right to bear arms

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.
And so the questions percolate to the surface... Why does the current issue on guns meet with such divisiveness? Is it so
You must be tired after traveling all the way from 1791.
Consistent with prior precedent, the court found machine guns to be "dangerous and unusual" weapons.
You might call it the right to bear courage. Another thing about the right to bear arms -- which equals the right to sell
As we see the casualties mount with each new shooting, the one question gun advocates and gun opponents should both be asking, is: is there a way to save even one life, without threatening each person's ability to defend their own?
But Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas would've gone further.