Can the unlikely alliance of the Black Panthers and a group of transplanted Southern Whites in 1969 hold any lesson today?
“The use of firearms for self-defense was often the only way black citizens could protect themselves from mob violence.”
— Justice Clarence Thomas
Frequently we see the case against gun control entirely grounded upon a Constitutional defense of the Second Amendment. While the Founding Fathers' warnings about the importance of defending liberty with an armed populace are as important today as they have ever been, this approach has some flaws. For one, the Constitution was not meant to grant