Saturday, November 7, 2015

No Decision Yet as Supreme Court Relists Gun Ban Case.

The continued relisting of Friedman ought to have gun owners on pins and needles, because the Supreme Court did not decline the case outright, meaning some of the Justices want to hear it. It remains to be seen if they will, or if they will once more hide from their responsibility without comment. If they do take on the case, a decision siding with gun prohibitionists will provoke millions of angry gun owners to embrace the “we will not comply/your move” new paradigm, and that could quickly get dangerous.

7 comments:

Galaxie_Man said...

I say why wait for a rogue SCOTUS decision against our God Given Rights? Hasn't 81 years of all out war on private arms ownership been enough? It certainly has been for me, proudly non-compliant since 1994. I encourage as many people that will listen to join The Armed Civil Disobedience of Non-Compliance.....NOW!!

DEFY-DECEIVE-EVADE-RESIST-SMUGGLE

Anonymous said...

"we will not comply" should be changed to "we shall not comply" - If you think it's nitpicking, ask an attorney to explain the significance.

Anonymous said...

"Will not" implies a personal conviction. "Shall not" implies a more universal prohibition.

Captbill1998 said...

I would be curious on the discussion right above (i.e., "Shall")

Dave said...

The supreme court rendered itself irrelevant/illegitimate long ago.

Anonymous said...

I'd prefer to see Ginsburg have no more votes on gun rights cases. Spend the next year year and a half refusing to comply and then make a full court press on GCA and NFA at the fundamental premise level. It is worth waiting until Ginsburg is gone.

Anonymous said...

This whole process of SCOTUS reviewing constitutional rights is illegal and corrupt. Its based on the premise that only courts and lawyers can interpret the constitution but when you read Article 3 Section 2 it specifically restricts the SCOTUS authority to laws created by congress.
To put it in their terms SCOTUS has "No Standing"

Yank lll