09 October 2007

3 'Children's' Groups Weigh in on Parker v. District of Columbia

Well and so the circus begins . . .

Three so-called "children's organizations" have filed "friends of the court" briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court, weighing in on the high court's expected review of the landmark Parker v. District of Columbia decisions. As expected, they are fighting to save the D.C. gun ban. The groups are: The Children's Defense Fund, the Society for Adolescent Medicine and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Of course, the bureaucrats who run these special-interest groups aren't considering the lives that will be saved -- perhaps the lives of children -- if parents are finally allowed the means to defend their families in this area that doubles both as capitol of the United States, and all too frequently the murder capitol of the nation.

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