Many have challenged (rightly or wrongly) that academia, professors and teachers from kindergarten through doctoral programs at Ivy League schools, are overrun with liberal thought. That is an argument for another day and in another place. However, when academia takes on gun ownership or the Second Amendment, that is something worthy of discussion on The Shooter’s Log.
The following video is different. It looks at the gun issue from a different angle than you may expect. No, it does not champion gun ownership under the Second Amendment. However, it does not demonize it either. In fact, it is a common sense look at the rhetoric of politicians and the narrative of the anti gunners. The video also challenges the antis premises from their very foundation.
Did Nicholas Johnson, professor of Law at Fordham University, get it right? What was his strongest point that gun owners should be parroting in their own discussions or debates regarding gun ownership and the Second Amendment? Did you disagree with any of his points?
Share your answers to these as well as any points you may want to cover in the comment section.
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