Wednesday, September 1, 2010

When Did Photography Become a Crime?

Last I knew, freedom of the press was still protected. Most of the time it seems like the only liberty the media even cares to protect. I believe photography/videography falls under that protection.

http://carlosmiller.com/

This is an important lesson to remember in this election season. Judges can be more important than legislators when it comes to protecting our liberty. At the end of the day, it is a judge that will interpret the law and the constitution. As a New Yorker, dependant on a judges to "allow" me to own and/or carry a handgun, I know how important picking the right one can be. Hopefully, with the help of the Second Amendment Foundation that will soon change in New York. http://saf.org/viewpr-new.asp?id=331

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