And Another One

Ravenwood illustrates again that the power to regulate is the power to prohibit.

I don’t have a problem with requiring a permit for concealed-carry* – I think that the legal history indicates that the contemporaries of the Founders (original intent) would not have found this Constitutionally objectionable (a majority of them, anyway.) BUT – it does raise the specter of government denying the right to self-defense through denial of due process, which is what Ravenwood’s piece illustrates.

* Open carry on the other hand should not be legally restricted. All the early court cases were quite clear on this.

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