Senior Fellow Ken Blackwell on the DC Gun Ban Case

Senior Fellow Ken Blackwell wrote this column for where he makes the argument that the Justice Department betrayed us with the amicus brief it filed in the DC Gun Ban case, to be heard by the Supreme Court this term.

Says Blackwell of the US Government’s apparent desire to split up gun rights:

The problem with splitting a baby in half is that the baby usually dies. If our rights can be regulated to the point that we can’t exercise them in our own homes, then they’ve been regulated out of existence.

Information on this case, DC v. Heller, can be found here.

2008-01-17T11:06:11+00:00Categories: OPED|Tags: , , |