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"Nothing, absolutely nothing, defines the essence of what it means to be an American citizen more than the sanctity and inviolability of Selfhood; in other words, 'personal autonomy.' The sanctity and inviolability of Selfhood, i.e., personal autonomy, logically entails freedom from unwarranted Governmental intrusion over person and personal effects. 鈥楶ersonal autonomy鈥 is the sine qua non of what it means to be an American. The notion of 鈥榩ersonal autonomy鈥 is embedded in and is the raison d鈥櫭猼re of the Nation鈥檚 Bill of Rights; the central theme running throughout it, and the predicate basis for it. Without it freedom and liberty in the truest, most basic, and rawest sense are impossible. The Nation鈥檚 very existence as a free Constitutional Republic, along with the inherent sovereignty of the American people and the supremacy of the American people over Government, depends absolutely upon it...For all these reasons and for one more, that the case at bar involves an issue that goes to the very core of a fundamental right, with ramifications on several others, the Caniglia case begs for close scrutiny...as noted by many writers, Caniglia touches upon, albeit briefly, so-called 'Red Flag' laws. Justice Alito mentions this in his Concurrence, asserting: 'This case also implicates another body of law that petitioner glossed over: the so-called 鈥榬ed flag鈥 laws that some States are now enacting. These laws enable the police to seize guns pursuant to a court order to prevent their use for suicide or the infliction of harm on innocent persons...Provisions of red flag laws may be challenged under the Fourth Amendment, and those cases may come before us. Our decision today does not address those issues.'"... http://arbalestquarrel.com/the-caniglia-case-u-s-supreme-court-appalled-by-actions-of-renegade-government-and-lax-judiciary/
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"Nothing, absolutely nothing, defines the essence of what it means to be an American citizen more than the sanctity and inviolability of Selfhood; in other words, 'personal autonomy.' The sanctity and inviolability of Selfhood, i.e., personal autonomy, logically entails freedom from unwarranted Governmental intrusion over person and personal effects. 鈥楶ersonal autonomy鈥 is the sine qua non of what it means to be an American. The notion of 鈥榩ersonal autonomy鈥 is embedded in and is the raison d鈥櫭猼re of the Nation鈥檚 Bill of Rights; the central theme running throughout it, and the predicate basis for it. Without it freedom and liberty in the truest, most basic, and rawest sense are impossible. The Nation鈥檚 very existence as a free Constitutional Republic, along with the inherent sovereignty of the American people and the supremacy of the American people over Government, depends absolutely upon it...For all these reasons and for one more, that the case at bar involves an issue that goes to the very core of a fundamental right, with ramifications on several others, the Caniglia case begs for close scrutiny...as noted by many writers, Caniglia touches upon, albeit briefly, so-called 'Red Flag' laws. Justice Alito mentions this in his Concurrence, asserting: 'This case also implicates another body of law that petitioner glossed over: the so-called 鈥榬ed flag鈥 laws that some States are now enacting. These laws enable the police to seize guns pursuant to a court order to prevent their use for suicide or the infliction of harm on innocent persons...Provisions of red flag laws may be challenged under the Fourth Amendment, and those cases may come before us. Our decision today does not address those issues.'"... http://arbalestquarrel.com/the-caniglia-case-u-s-supreme-court-appalled-by-actions-of-renegade-government-and-lax-judiciary/
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