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<> on February 8, 2017 in Washington, DC.

Gorsuch: DC v. Heller ‘Is the Law, and I Follow the Law’

During his hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch stated that the Supreme Court’s ruling in DC v. Heller “is the law, and I follow the law.” Gorsuch was asked by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA)


Matthews: 2nd Amendment Has ‘The Need for a Militia With Muskets’

On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Hardball,” anchor Chris Matthews argued the DC v. Heller decision was “not with the language of the Constitution, the 2nd Amendment,” and ignored “the need for a militia with muskets and all the old reference that limited

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Sen. Grassley Waffles on Scalia: Helps Obama, Democrats Push for Replacement Judge

When news of Antonin Scalia’s death spread Feb. 13, Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) was quick to point to “80 years” of precedent against confirming a Supreme Court justice during an election year, suggesting Scalia’s replacement is for the next president to choose, rather than for President Barack Obama.

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Baltimore Sun: Individual Right To Keep, Bear Arms Created In 2008

On August 7, the Baltimore Sun ran a column ubiquitously examining the chasm between Americans who arm themselves for self-defense and Americans who do not. But on a deeper level, the column asserted that the meaning of the Second Amendment

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LA Times: Individual Right To Keep And Bear Arms Created In 2008

In a May 22 editorial examining the Obama administration’s push against 3-D printed guns, the LA Times made clear its conviction that the individual right to keep and bear arms was created by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) in 2008.