No Right Is Absolute

Just because we have a right to bear arms does not make that right absolute. Take free speech for example: there are real world legal limitations on speech. It is not an absolute right. Or, better yet, even something as fundamental as the right to self-defense is not absolute.

The same is true of the right to bear arms. It is not absolute. Arms can and should be better regulated.

Also, I am a gun owner.

My friend Mike LaHood would be alive today if handguns were banned like they are in most advanced nations.

That is all.

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Sean Paul Kelley

Traveler of the (real) Silk Road, scholar and historian, photographer and writer - founder of The Agonist.

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