America is confronted with one of the most complicated constitutional rights of its own making
Tomas Mega, Las Vegas, Nevada
After the incomprehensible massacre of twenty Connecticut children, America, for the moment, appears ready to address one of the most perplexing assurances enshrined in its Constitution; the Second Amendment, guaranteeing citizens the right to keep and bear arms.
The complexities are immense. The interpretation of the Second Amendment guarantees polarizing. None of the authors of that amendment are alive to gain counsel from. And, predictably, the arguments on both sides are frenzied and often in contradiction to facts.