Tuesday, January 07, 2014

Chicago's gun sale and transfer law violated Second Amendment

Chicago's ban on firearms sales and even some interpersonal and family transactions was struck down by a federal judge.  It was obvious from the beginning that this law was invalid and was just another example of the lawlessness of Chicago's leaders who have consistently thumbed their nose at the Supreme Court and the law of the land.  However, this is just the beginning of what could be a long drawn out battle. Justice has been delayed, but  hopefully will not be denied. Stay tuned.


  1. You would think old Rahm Emanuel would be going after violent criminals, not lawful firearm dealers.

    1. I would think so too, but this is Chicago, where things haven't changed much since the "bad old days".

  2. 44: Thanks.
    Agreed. This kind of legislaton only diverts resources from law enforcement efforts which could have an impact on gun crime.