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Overrated And Underrated

March 2024
1min read

The Bill of Rights is properly considered as a body. Clearly, the rights are enumerated, not granted , and are reserved to “the people,” not any one group such as the militia or the press. Mr. Evans is confused as to subordination. The amendment states “the right of the people to keep and bear arms.” If the intent was to create and arm the military, why would “the people” be included in the language?

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