No matter how it turns out, in the end, the year,
2008, will be historic. It will always be remembered
as the year when all of the individual rights
we think of as uniquely American were put on the
Why? That's the topic of columnist and novelist
L. Neil Smith's latest essay, here at JPFO.org.
Smith contends that more is at stake in the District
of Columbia v. Heller case presently before the
Supreme Court than the Second Amendment and the
right to own and carry weapons.
In "Gun Control and the Supremes" Neil
demonstrates exactly how tightly intertwined and
mutually dependent three familiar elements of
our political structure actually are: the Second
Amendment, the Bill of Rights, and the Constitution.
Damage or destroy one, and the other two will
pop and disappear like fragile soap bubbles. All
three must be staunchly defended or America itself
will inevitably come to an end.
Neil also discusses how utterly unreliable the
Supreme Court has proven itself to be over the
years, with regard to protecting our freedoms.
Come. Read at http://www.jpfo.org/smith/smith-supremes.htm.
Then roll up your sleeves and pass the word.