In all other Cases before mentioned, the supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction, both as to Law and Fact, with such Exceptions, and under such Regulations as the Congress shall make. The Trial of all Crimes, except in Cases of Impeachment, shall be by Jury; and such Trial shall be held in the State where the said Crimes shall have been committed; but when not committed within any State, the Trial shall be at such Place or Places as the Congress may by Law have directed. Modified by Amendment XI.
It is short, simple and not vague at all. What is the militia? It meant every able bodied citizen between the ages of 15 and The problem is the lack of responsibility in today's society. Firearms are a tool. They don't have a mind of their own, and they are not evil.
They will not do anything sitting on a table. It is an object.
It does nothing without someone using it. Just like using a power tool, saw, etc. Just like any tool, it takes knowledge and responsibility to keep from hurting yourself or others.
You wouldn't give your child a chainsaw without showing them how to use it, would you? Same with a firearm. Why is this so hard to understand? Because of liberals, that's why. I grew up in Alaska and my grade school had a rifle range in the basement. Parents could sign up their children for firearms safety and marksmanship classes.
No one shot themselves or injured anyone. So why don't we have this education today? Please, grow up, be an adult, take five minutes away from your social media page to educate yourself and take responsibility for your life. It is really that simple. I like your idea of "equal fire-power" for the militia, however that said, it just bothers me a bit.
I think its slightly nutty to put these things, mortars, surface-to-air missiles and what-not in the hands of pretty much just about anyone. On the other hand, you are absolutely right, because without these things people won't be able to stand a chance against the armed forces of a government that has gone tyrannical.
There must be a better solution. I agree that it was bad and sad that these people kept slaves, however we are supposed to exercise our faculties and decide for ourselves what bits and parts of the Constitution are good and should be kept and what other parts should be discarded.
I read it a few times but still don't get it.Article M's Case/Controversy Distinction and the Dual Functions of Federal Courts Robert J. Pushaw, Jr.* Article III of the Constitution extends federal 'judicial Power" to (1) "all Cases" arising under federal law, concerning admiralty.
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