Monthly Archive: April 2013

Apr 23 2013

Lexington and Concord

Recently, there has a been a lot of debate over the second amendment and how it applies to current times. Eventually, it all comes back to Lexington and Concord and “the shot heard round the world”. On Wednesday, April 19th of 1775 at Lexington and Concord, American patriots defended their rights against an armed military …

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Apr 14 2013

The Gun Show Loophole

At the center of the current debate over gun control is an issue known as the “gun show loophole”. Anybody who is in the business of selling firearms is a firearms “dealer” and must be licensed under federal law. (11) The term “dealer” means (A) any person engaged in the business of selling firearms at …

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Apr 09 2013

Roberts Opinion on Obamacare

Justice Roberts opinion on Obamacare has been characterized in many ways, but most of them have been flavored by expectations set before the decision was rendered. Here is Roberts opinion: 11-393 National Federation of Independent Business v. Sibelius (decided June 28, 2012) The case is in regards to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act …

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