common sense gun laws = total prohibition for non police and non military.
"...the Supreme Court did not explicitly hold that the Second Amendment right is a fundamental right, despite the fact that it stated that "[b]y the timeof the founding, the right to have arms had become fundamental for English subjects" and noted that Blackstone "cited the arms provision of the Bill of Rights as one of the fundamental rights of Englishmen." Id. at 2798. If the Supreme Court had wanted to declare the Second Amendment right a fundamental right, it would have done so explicitly. The court will not infer such a significant holding based only on the Heller majoritys oblique references to the gun ownership rights of eighteenth-century English subjects."
Heller was always just the beginning. Court recognition of the 2nd Amendment will necessarily be followed by cases from all over the country testing the limits thereof — does the right to “bear” mean the right to carry?; does the 2nd protect automatic-weapon ownership?; can trigger-locks be required?; can certain ammunition be banned?; can certian weapons additions or alterations be banned (drums, suppressors, etc.)?.
Heller raised more questions than it answered, and basically opened an entire new arena of jurisprudence surrounding the 2nd Amendment.
So he's once again trying to re-write the Constitution to a narrow "right" granted only by the judiciary for certain narrow "purposes".
In other words, no right at all.
Just another totalitarian.
Well, obviously, the wise latino Judge knows much much more than those who wrote the constitution. He has benefit of wise latino experience unlike the pesky royal oppression and domination of our forefathers. Such sociological wealth! Such foresight! Such bullshit.
This ruling needs a serious ass-kicking by the SCOTUS.
Shall ... not ... be ... infringed!
You can’t beat city hall
Heller went the right way and DC made mince meat of the decision.
Gun owners will never beat them. They can make laws faster that the Supreme Court can rule them Constitutional.
There is but one way and it may come to that later.
2nd amendment is clear on federal laws, and D.C. anti got no non-federal laws.
He must think we are either "subjects", or he aims to make us that way. In any case, he isn't fit to sit on the federal bench much less be a judge in any American court.
Urbina dismissed a case brought by Dick Heller, the same plaintiff who challenged the previous D.C. ordinance in the Supreme Court. Heller challenged the District's firearms registration process, its ban on assault weapons and its prohibition of "large capacity ammunition feeding devices," claiming they violated the Second Amendment.
The leftist aka progressive gun haters will not give up on banning the right to bear arms. They could careless what the SC says.