A teacher would like some help!
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June 2nd, 2011 11:20 AM
I would recommend sticking with simply the text of the second amendment, move on to current jurisprudence (Heller v D.C; MacDonald v Chicago) mention a few carry cases currently working their way to through the courts (Williams v Maryland; Peruta v San Diego; Peterson v LaCabe) without stating an opinion on the matter (this allows you to avoid becoming to political by simply noting that the courts will have to decide) and then return to the founding fathers. That approach ensures that anyone who complains is arguing against the Supreme Court instead of you.
I'm not sure if you have spent any time with the issue of incorporation (application of the bill of rights to the states via the 14th amendment) but it's likely to come up when you get to amendments that are only partially incorporated (fifth, eighth) or not incorporated at all (seventh).
Those who will not govern their own behavior are slaves waiting for a master; one will surely find them.
June 2nd, 2011 07:03 PM
It would be interesting to see. My understanding on Kleck is that he came to research guns and such because of the obvious bias to the anti side. He did not think it was right and wanted to check. Like Twain said, Lies, darn lies, and statistics. Everybody seems to argue everyones assumption. I guess it's the nature of the game.
Originally Posted by hamlet
I prefer to live dangerously free than safely caged!
"Our houses are protected by the good Lord and a gun. And you might meet 'em both if you show up here not welcome son." Josh Thompson "Way Out Here"
June 4th, 2011 10:15 AM
Dear Mr. or Ms. Chicken,
Originally Posted by greenchicken
That was one of the funniest lines I've encountered, ever! And I've been enjoying gags for well over a half-century.
And as an ex-schoolteacher, I can attest to it being a pretty accurate statement. If any reader has kids, for their sake please consider homeschooling. </rant off>
But really, that would have had the milk coming out of my nose if I had been drinking when I read it. Bravo!
June 7th, 2011 04:09 AM
The statistical probability of a long life is what you are smiling about when you get hit by the bus.
Originally Posted by chiefjason
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