Essay in defense of the 2nd Amendment right to deep and near arms.
The Second Amendment already provides deep and even prescient insight about hunting.
It’s there to prevent a madman, or a mob, or any government from huntingyou.
Visiting crime, massacre or genocide memorials anywhere in the world will tell you that millions of names wind up carved in marble or stone not because guns were banned, but because they were banned for just those names, or were out of their reach, or were simply not enough.
The Second Amendment is not there so that you can have no choice but hold a candle at a vigil. It’s there so that all can choose to hold and use the means by which they will save their lives and the lives of others, and avoid the carving of their names into cold marble that will be streaked with melted wax and with the dried tears of those who will remember them.
To understand the real purpose of the Second Amendment is to learn and lament the circumstances of the defenseless, unarmed”, or “disarmed” that could not use arms to protect themselves regardless of their nationality, sex, race, creed, or ethnicity–anywhere in the world, and at any time in history
The madman and madmen, have always been with us, and will always be with us forever. As well as also should be, the means by which to stop them, whether they be evil, mistaken, or just following orders.
The full essay can be found at http://theamericancouncil.org
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