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#RightSector Militia Assist #Ukraine Regulars in Battle for Donetsk Airport #2A #CCW

Right Sector militia help keep the Road of Life open, supplying Ukrainian regular troops:

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McDonald Court Holds the Mao: Serves Up a Double for the Second Amendment

This just in: The Supreme Court has just held, 5-4, in McDonald v. Chicago:  THE SECOND AMENDMENT IS INCORPORATED AGAINST THE STATES UNDER THE 14th AMENDMENT!

Thomas says under "Privileges or Immunities" clause, other justices say under Due Process clause.

Decision is located here:
http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/09pdf/08-1521.pdf 

(The Heller decision two years ago held the Second Amendment guaranteed a fundamental individual right of self-defense, but until now this applied only against the federal government.)

More analysis to follow later here at http://sacredhonor.us

Nordyke v. King: Excerpts & Commentary (GunLaw.Pro)

Nordyke v. King: Excerpts & Commentary (GunLaw.Pro).

On April 20, 2009, for the first time ever, Californians received judicial recognition of their Second Amendment rights. The exact scope of these rights remains to be decided, and Nordyke v. King will be criticized for giving too much latitude to the County in refusing to strike an overly broad ordinance trampling on a fundamental right, and for the clumsy manner in which it treats Heller’s “sensitive places.” It is too early to say how or even whether the decision will affect policies for CCW issuance by the Orange County Sheriff or other sheriffs in California. For the full decision click here; below are excerpts from the portion of the decision incorporating 2A against the states (citations omitted for brevity):

Nordyke v. King: Excerpts & Commentary (GunLaw.Pro)

Nordyke v. King: Excerpts & Commentary (GunLaw.Pro).

On April 20, 2009, for the first time ever, Californians received judicial recognition of their Second Amendment rights. The exact scope of these rights remains to be decided, and Nordyke v. King will be criticized for giving too much latitude to the County in refusing to strike an overly broad ordinance trampling on a fundamental right, and for the clumsy manner in which it treats Heller’s “sensitive places.” It is too early to say how or even whether the decision will affect policies for CCW issuance by the Orange County Sheriff or other sheriffs in California. For the full decision click here; below are excerpts from the portion of the decision incorporating 2A against the states (citations omitted for brevity):