Mar 18 2008
A quick observation and inference:
The Supreme Court is hearing arguments today on the meaning of the Second Amendment (it’s examining whether Washington D.C.’s gun ban is unconstitutional, and in deciding that issue will likely discuss whether the Second Amendment guarantees an individual right to keep and bear arms). It also recently agreed to hear a case on the FCC’s power to prohibit foul language on the airwaves.
Here’s my prediction:
The Supremes will decide that we don’t have an unfettered right to defend ourselves with firearms.
But we’ll be able to swear about that as much as we want.