Twelve centuries before the Second Amendment was written into the Constitution of the United States, Emperor Justinian I made the case for the unalienable right to bear arms as succinctly as it has ever been made: “That which someone does for the safety of his body,” Justinian confirmed in the Corpus Juris Civilis, “let it be regarded as having been done legally.”
America's 1st Freedom editor in chief Frank Miniter talks with Charles C. W. Cooke about Canada's looming confiscation day, the state of may-issue vs. shall-issue jurisdictions throughout the nation and the changing landscape of concealed carry moving forward.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot of Chicago is presiding over a marked increase in the number of murders in her city. By July 2020, there had been more murders in Chicago than there were in all of 2019. In response, Lightfoot has geared up and taken the fight to ... Indiana?
Defenders of the right to keep and bear arms might be forgiven for wondering whether the U.S. Supreme Court’s copy of the United States Constitution is missing a few pages.