Making Sense of the Second Amendment Across State Lines
Over the past two hundred years the Second Amendment has been create and interpreted in various ways to support or abolish certain laws of gun ownership. The weapon restrictions have often come with a disclaimer that warrants the tainted interpretation of ‘protecting the public.’
In the same era, the governing bodies have been protecting their own by limiting any liability of law enforcement to the degree that there is no guarantee of assistance for victims of criminal acts. These contradictory motives seem to be the standard for anything that involves the law making related to gun control and leaves the common self-sufficient citizen between a rock and a hard spot.