Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia advocated a manner of constitutional interpretation referred to as “originalism,” a theory that jurists should look to the meaning of the words of the Constitution at the time they were written.
He also eschewed the idea of a “living Constitution,” or one that would evolve with changing times.
That being the case, shouldn’t the arms that the people have a right to keep and bear be limited to muskets, and not today’s easily accessible semi-automatic weapons and AK-47s?
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