Constitution Party recommends ‘The Founders’ Second Amendment: Origins of the Right to Bear Arms’

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Author Stephen P. Halbrook, Ph.D is a Research Fellow at the Independent Institute. Dr. Halbrook won three cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. He filed an Amici Curiae Brief in the D.C. v Heller case on behalf of 55 members of the Senate, the Senate President, and 250 members of the House of Representatives.

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9 thoughts on “Constitution Party recommends ‘The Founders’ Second Amendment: Origins of the Right to Bear Arms’

  1. Morgan Wick

    Why is the CP so obsessed over the alleged demonization of the Second Amendment, and not over the numerous other ways in which the Founders’ intents have been subverted, with much more damaging consequences?

  2. William Landers

    With-out the right to bare arms there would be no way to defend yourself against the other.

    You could through rocks at tanks.

    Our forefathers realised with-out being able to defend yourself against a corupt government you can not have rights if they desire to take them away from you.

  3. paulie cannoli Post author

    Many rights are important, and self-defense is certainly among the more important ones.

    I’ve not seen any evidence to the charge that the CP makes this their exclusive focus.

  4. JimDavidson

    Throwing rocks at tanks isn’t especially effective. The Molotov cocktail was invented for throwing at tanks. Also, in urban areas where tanks are not well-supported by infantry, throwing blankets over the tanks to obscure their gun ports and other viewing ports can be very useful. I gather these two techniques figured prominently in some of the fighting in Moscow in 1991 or so. You could look it up.

    The right to keep and bear arms (RKBA) is a vital freedom. In answer to Morgan @1 if he wants to focus his attention on some other topic, he’s free to do so. The constitution party and others who support RKBA put our attention where we please. And I don’t mind if Morgan doesn’t like how we choose.

  5. JimDavidson

    It isn’t particularly hard to throw a blanket on a tank, LJ. You obviously don’t know what you are talking about. In narrow streets in built up areas (four to six story buildings on both sides of the street) it has been done. You can say it’s hard, but you are young and uninformed. Pray you never need to do it.

  6. Rob

    Throwing a blanket over a tank is more effective than firing a rifle or handgun at it. Let’s be serious here; no legally-obtainable firearm is going to be any use against a main battle tank or an airstrike. A rifle, handgun, or shotgun is merely an act of defiance in such a situation.

    In the time of the Founders, military weapons were little or no better than civilian ones, so the Second Amendment as a way to protect oneself from the government made sense. Today, it’s a red herring.

    The Second Amendment today is useful in that it allows citizens to protect themselves from one another, but if you seriously think that you’re going to slow down an armored unit with your AR-15, you need to talk to your supplier about some different drugs.

    LJ is right that it’s hard to throw a blanket over anything when you’re in the crosshairs of a .50 cal. The trick is to stay out of those crosshairs, which is one of the first rules of urban warfare: not to be seen.

    Jim D., have you actually tried to toss a blanket accurately over the periscope of a tank in combat conditions? While the support infantry is looking for snipers (=you) in every window? Tell us…

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