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Permanent resident aliens have second amendment rights too
Monachus Lex ^ | April 2, 2012 | John Pierce

Posted on 04/03/2012 6:11:13 AM PDT by JohnPierce

In Fletcher v. Haas, the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts held that Permanent resident aliens are included amongst ‘the people’ as the term is used in the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.

The individual plaintiffs in this case were ...

(Excerpt) Read more at monachuslex.com ...


TOPICS: Government; Politics
KEYWORDS: courts; immigration; secondamendment
In this article I analyze the court's ruling in the latest SAF victory in Massachusetts.
1 posted on 04/03/2012 6:11:22 AM PDT by JohnPierce
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To: JohnPierce

Why would you excerpt your own blog?

Just post the whole thing here.


2 posted on 04/03/2012 7:25:21 AM PDT by Bigh4u2 (Denial is the first requirement to be a liberal)
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To: Bigh4u2

I actually did a little soul searching to answer that question ...

As a blogger, the biggest incentive to writing is that you hope that your blog will gain recognition and identity in-and-of itself. Most do not achieve that, but that is always our hope.

By directing people to the blog itself, readers may see the other articles there, comment upon the material if they feel so inclined, and it helps us to establish the identity.


3 posted on 04/03/2012 7:46:21 AM PDT by JohnPierce
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