For millions of Americans the Second Amendment and its guarantee of the right of the individual to bear arms appears irrelevant and practically anachronistic. It seems a throwback to those earlier days of the Wild West, when many men, far from the law and order provided by the town sheriff and circuit judge, had to protect their families and land from cattle rustlers and outlaw bands. Such people are wrong.
On Friday’s Heartland Daily Podcast, I talk with Senior Fellow for Legal Affairs Maureen Martin about the latest developments on the gun-control front. The discussion was prompted by her recent[…]