Problems with Gun Control
'If the second amendment does not mean what it says, what about the first?', this was the question asked by author, and National Rifle Association member, Bill Clede. In his article 'Gun Control, Press Control', he warns journalists about the hidden dangers associated with gun control.
When dealing with the interpretation of the Constitution, there is two views one can take. The Constitution can be viewed as a 'living document'
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Amendment. My nations in the world today, including western-style democracies, control or limit the press in some way. Luckily measures of press control have not happened in this country, particularly because of the Bill of Rights and the First Amendment, but it should be noted censorship is a prime source of debate in America today. Clede has clearly pointed out how closely related the issues of gun control and press control are in his article.