By Bob Owens
According to the LA Times, this painting occurred when “You Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’” was a hit for the Righteous Brothers.
The Los Angeles Times editorial board is upset.
They don’t like the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2008 decision in District of Columbia vs Heller, and are furious that an appellate court’s mixed response in what has been dubbed “Heller III” struck down four of the ten gun laws challenged.
They clearly prefer their fantasy version of the Second Amendment.
…This page believes the Supreme Court erred in the initial Heller decision by upending an interpretation of the 2nd Amendment that had been embraced for half a century — that the amendment’s reference to a “well-regulated militia” limits the right to keep and bear arms to organized military units, such as the National Guard. Although that decision is the law of the land, so is the government’s right to regulate ownership. As the courts continue to define what that means, they should — as the D.C. Circuit sought to do — put public safety ahead of misguided notions of an armed nation.
I assure you that the Founding Fathers would laugh directly in the faces of the editors of the …read more
Source:: Bearing Arms