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The U.K.’s Upside-Down Approach to Crime: Shoot a Burglar, Go to Jail

RVNUSMC Wrote: Sep 06, 2012 6:34 AM
The Second Amendment to the Constitution is an "insurance policy" against tyranny. One hope it never has to be used, but . . . In 18th-century definition, the term "well regulated" as used in the Second Amendment, refers to being "well disciplined", being able to hit your intended target, NOT "regulation by law". As such, ALL federal laws regarding firearms are unconstitutional, despite "supreme court" decisions.

Last year, I held an unofficial contest to see whether the United Kingdom or the United States had the dumbest bureaucrats and/or most absurd examples of political correctness.

Since that time, I’ve posted additional examples of gross government stupidity from both sides of the Atlantic. From the United Kingdom, we have these gems.