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Research Fellow Stephen Halbrook, author of The Right to Bear Arms, appears on the Education Hour Show. Halbrook details recent court decisions and the right to carry guns in the United States. He talks about restrictions on law abiding citizens, but prosecutors in some cities allow criminals back on the streets even when they commit gun crimes.
Research Fellow Stephen Halbrook, author of The Right to Bear Arms, appears on WSKW radio's Freedom's Pep Rally to discuss how some states deny the right to carry arms. The US Supreme Court will decide if that right can be expanded into states where the right to carry a gun is currently denied by local jurisdictions, unless you are a celebrity or even pay bribes to those who grant licenses to carry.
Who has the right to bear arms? Sr. Fellow Stephen Halbrook, author of The Right to Bear Arms talks with CL Bryant about the decision in the SCOTUS case New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen. Oral arguments were heard by the court in November and a decision is expected in June of 2022. People should be allowed to carry a gun if you're a law-abiding citizen, says Halbrook.
Sr. Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of The Right to Bear Arms appears on the James Lowe radio show. Halbrook discusses his timely book as the US Supreme Court will decide a case which will determine if citizens can carry firearms outside of their home.
Sr. Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of The Right to Bear Arms appears on KFTK radio. Halbrook describes the origins of the Second Amendment and how the right is interpreted by each state. He also talks about whether commercial businesses can restrict that right and the overall facts in the case now before the US Supreme Court, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen.
Sr. Fellow Stephen P. Halbrook, author of The Right to Bear Arms appears on WAEB radio. Halbrook predicts the outcome of the US Supreme Court case New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen which could determine whether or not New York and other states will allow citizens to carry arms.
In this thirtieth episode of Independent Outlook, David Theroux, Williamson Evers, and Graham Walker examine the rapid spread, new revelations and foolish politics of the very mild Omicron variant of COVID-19; new SCOTUS challenge to Biden's vaccine mandates; defeat of Bidens mega-trillion dollar Build Back Better boondoggle; teachers unions and more unwarranted and harmful school lockdowns; folly and falsehoods of the 1619 Project and Critical Race Theory; attacks on protesting parents as domestic terrorists; Bidenflation; voting rights; new developments in the Ukraine and Brazil; and more.
Sr. Fellow Stephen Halbrook, author of The Right to Bear Arms: A Constitutional Right of the People or a Privilege of the Ruling Class? speaks about the origins of the Second Amendment, and also when the right to carry firearms started to ebb. In some states, a permit isn't needed to carry a firearm. Halbrook says more states may soon allow Constitutional carry, meaning no permit is needed.