As a combat-decorated veteran of the first Gulf War, you would think that this is the paragraph where I throw down the “Veteran Card” and launch into a diatribe of “He is attacking a Veteran…” and “How DARE he say such things about a hero.” Well…I am beyond that. Crenshaw’s record speaks loudly for itself.
In the finding by the SCOTUS, they stated that the “Militia” clause does indeed guarantee that citizens have the right (some may argue that it is a responsibility) under the Militia Clause to keep and bear MILITARY GRADE WEAPONS, in securing a Free State.
for the men and women that served in Iraq, and to the families that lost loved ones, the anniversary is a reminder of innocence lost. It’s a reminder of the sacrifices, men and women are willing to pay to ensure the safety and security of the United States and the American people.