By Bob Owens
In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, where a deranged killed 26 people with a no-frills AR-15 (no, he did not leave it in the trunk), anti-gun lawmakers in Connecticut and New York passed draconian gun control laws that required the registration of common firearms.
These laws were roundly ignored by those the government would ensnare. More than 95-percent of New Yorkers refused to register their guns. More than 90-percent of Connecticut gun owners also refused. Everyone knew that registration was an essential path on the road to confiscation, and they were having none of it.
Gun owners then filed cases attempting to repeal these blatantly unconstitutional laws.
To nobody’s surprise, the Supreme Court, is again refusing to hear an assault weapons ban case.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday morning declined to hear challenges to laws in Connecticut and New York that expanded the definition of banned assault weapons in that state. The court’s action likely dooms — at least for the near future — parallel challenges to similar challenges in several other states.
In addition to the Connecticut case of Shew V. Malloy, the court declined to hear Kampfer v. Cuomo, which …Read the Rest
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