Although I know most of you won’t be able to attend, I wanted to invite you to my upcoming presentation of the Second Amendment at the College of Complexes meeting at Roma’s Pizza (7402 Greenville Ave., Dallas) starting at 6 pm on Saturday night Jan. 30. You might want to get there early as a big crowed is expected. For information on the College of Complexes in Dallas see
I strongly recommend checking out presentations on topics of interest, as the presentations are always worthwhile.
If you are really into this kind of stuff, bring a copy of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution to the meeting and/or check them out beforehand.
I will be drawing heavily and commenting on the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2008 decision in District of Columbia v. Heller. Focus is on Justice Scalia’s majority opinion and, to a lesser extent on Justice Stevens’ dissent. You need to read both opinions to get both sides of the story. If you are looking for material to challenge this presenter, this dissent is a good place to start.
Court opinions tend to be long and hard to read. Wikipedia is usually accurate and relatively readable.
Hope to see you there!