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Start here and end by repealing the NFA. "Heller mischaracterized the Supreme Court’s decision in U.S. v. Miller (1939), to say that the right to arms is limited to arms that are already 'in common use,' a notion that Justice Stephen Breyer correctly ridiculed in his dissent...Heller adopted the nonsense whole cloth. Ironically, the opinion was written by Justice Scalia, renowned as the court’s great originalist. Ironic, in that there is nothing in the legislative history of the Second Amendment to support a 'common use' test. As Judge Benitez wrote, 'The command of the Amendment is that the right to keep and bear arms ‘shall not be infringed.’' Not some arms, but 'Arms.' And not 'infringed too much,' but 'infringed' at all." https://thefederalist.com/2021/06/09/second-ruling-against-californias-assault-weapon-ban-offers-supreme-court-a-chance-to-fix-heller/
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Start here and end by repealing the NFA. "Heller mischaracterized the Supreme Court’s decision in U.S. v. Miller (1939), to say that the right to arms is limited to arms that are already 'in common use,' a notion that Justice Stephen Breyer correctly ridiculed in his dissent...Heller adopted the nonsense whole cloth. Ironically, the opinion was written by Justice Scalia, renowned as the court’s great originalist. Ironic, in that there is nothing in the legislative history of the Second Amendment to support a 'common use' test. As Judge Benitez wrote, 'The command of the Amendment is that the right to keep and bear arms ‘shall not be infringed.’' Not some arms, but 'Arms.' And not 'infringed too much,' but 'infringed' at all." https://thefederalist.com/2021/06/09/second-ruling-against-californias-assault-weapon-ban-offers-supreme-court-a-chance-to-fix-heller/
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