It's all right here. This story should be one that many here closely watch, considering how many of you-all are firm supporters of the 2nd amendment. I am too, though I personally do not own any firearms. If one falls more in line with a 'conservative' philosophy on private gun ownership rights, you'd think that things, preemptively, look pretty good for you. After all, this is a Court filled with some solid conservatives. Personally, I have a very bad feeling here. And this is why. The Supreme Court has been very good at creating new rights for Americans over the past 50 years, rights that are nowhere stated in the Constitution, but rather derived from it via a rather unique legal interpretation of the document - i.e., the Justices pulling shit out of their ass to reach a conclusion they already wanted to reach before hearing the merits of the individual case. I greatly fear that this is going to be one of those situations where the Court takes AWAY a right from us. More egregiously, one that is explicitedly enumerated in the Bill of Rights itself.