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The Supreme Court Could Spell the End of American Democracy
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
Website: http://www.marktaff.com

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In December, the court will hear the case of the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. City of New York, which has the potential to rival or surpass Heller for its impact on gun rights and gun regulation.

At issue is a New York City ordinance adopted in 2001 that bars residents from taking their guns outside city limits. The ordinance was challenged in a federal lawsuit filed by the National Rifle Association’s New York affiliate and three city residents, who argued that the regulation was unconstitutional in light of Heller.
 

Comment by: xqqme (10/17/2019)
America was not formed to be a democracy, but a Republic. If the Supreme Court so rules... Fan-Frickin-Tastic!
 

Comment by: MarkHamTownsend (10/17/2019)
+1 to above comment.


So if SCOTUS declares NYC's gun law unconstitutional -- and it is -- then democracy is ....dead? Because "the will of the people" has been thwarted?
"The will of the people" to violate the Constitution? --- The Highest Law of the Land??

Our ejumakashun system is in dire need of being overhauled!!!!!
 

Comment by: RichardJCoon (10/17/2019)
Sounds like the court has an opportunity to restore our "Constitutional Republic".
 

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