2nd amendment

A pro-Trump lawyer urged the president’s supporters to stash “second amendment suppplies” to prepare for the future under Joe Biden.
The Republican lawmaker gets called out for “trying to portray herself as a hunter."
A week after the shocking election that brought Donald J. Trump to the White House and the pinnacle of world power, I am still getting messages from colleagues and friends asking when they will feel better.
Whether the words were willful or merely reckless, they put at risk far more than an individual life. They endanger the orderly passage of power within society and as such they endanger society itself.
Donald Trump was right about one thing: his red-meat-eating base would still likely support him even if he shot someone in the middle of Manhattan's Fifth Avenue.
Lost in the shuffle of whether Trump meant or did not mean Clinton should be assassinated by "2nd Amendment people," is what the implications are for a president to say something that gets interpreted that way, once in office.
All my adult life I have worked and campaigned to ensure everyone can love whomever they choose. I consider being able to love whomever you want to be a most sacred human right and I will do all I can to make sure love is allowed to flourish.
As an American citizen, according to our democratic system, all law-abiding citizens have a right to bear arms. Yet if I am on a terror watch list or a no-fly list, I will fail a background check and not be allowed to legally purchase a firearm.
Did Jesus ever "open carry"? Yes, he did. Jesus open carried the Roman weapon of execution, the cross on which he died. And that's the only weapon Jesus ever open carried.
Reasonable restrictions are permitted. I'd argue reasonable restrictions are necessary. Cops deal with the heartbreaking realities of senseless gun violence and are put in ever increasing danger because of the proliferation of guns everywhere.