The Right to Display Armorial Bearings

The Case Western Reserve Law Review recently published the late Peter Junger’s essay “The Original Plain Meaning of the Right to Bear Arms.” According to Junger, “the ‘right to bear arms’ is the same as the right to display armorial bearings, and that the original plain meaning of the Second Amendment is that the government shall not infringe upon one’s right to be a lady or a gentleman.” Finally, a resolution to the debate over the true meaning of the Second Amendment.