The Second Amendment

Preserving the Inalienable Right of Individual Self-protection

Author: David Barton

Publisher: Wallbuilder Press


Category: History

Page: 95

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"The second ammendment has become one of the most controversial parts of the constitution. Read the founders' words and examine their early laws on this subject. Furthermore, learn of their proposals made two centuries ago on how to deal with the gun violence that today shatters communities and causes the loss of life."

The United States Government Is Illegitimate

Author: Robert G. Beard, Jr., C.P.A., C.G.M.A., J.D., LL.M.





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This book is a draft of chapter one of Mr. Beard's dissertation, The Impact of Constitutional Interpretation on Individual Freedom. He was kicked out of the J.S.D. program by a Dean, who graduated from Harvard Law, because this project was, to put it politely, "politically incorrect;" justification was that it would not contribute anything new or important to the existing scholarship. Once the Dean was no longer at the law school, Mr. Beard's supervisor and co-faculty director of the program invited him back to finish this project. The purpose of this dissertation is to explain how power-elites and branches of government have reinterpreted the U.S. Constitution to increase government power and authority at the expense of individual freedom. There are only two ways to interpret the U.S. Constitution: (1) Under the freedom doctrine; or, (2) as a master-slave relationship, which is what has been going on for the past 100 years. If Americans are not slaves, then the U.S. Government is Illegitimate.

The Positive Second Amendment

Rights, Regulation, and the Future of Heller

Author: Joseph Blocher

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Law

Page: 225

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Provides the first comprehensive post-Heller account of the Second Amendment as constitutional law - dispelling many myths along the way.

The Right to Keep and Bear Arms

Report of the Subcommittee on the Constitution of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, Second Session




Category: Civil rights

Page: 175

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the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms after D.C. v. Heller

Author: University of California, Los Angeles. School of Law



Category: History

Page: 588

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Criminal law and its administration

Author: Fred Edward Inbau



Category: Law

Page: 1280

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Criminal Law & Its Administration is designed specifically for criminal justice courses & sequences of courses covering both substantive & procedural criminal law. It uses the casebook method of instruction. It affords the opportunity for discussions as to the wisdom of the law as it now exists & the direction into which it may, or should be headed. Materials are presented in three parts: substantive criminal law, basic concepts regarding proof of guilt, & legal limitations upon law enforcement practices.