So, turns out Scalia was most certainly wrong on cannons.
Posted in uncategorized on August 1st, 2012
by SayUncle | RSS 2.0 |
Thanks for the link.
Maybe we should try a test case. I could start a Kickstarter campaign to build a cannon armed warship and apply for a Letter of Marque. I could say I wanted one to go after Somali pirates or some such thing.
We’d end up in court for sure.
Read the book “George Washington’s Secret Navy” it covers this in depth.
Before 1968, people could buy anti-tank guns via mail order … and did.
And that fracas in Lexington was started because John Hancock bought his friend, the local militia commander, a pair of cannon.
No, Kristopher, it wasn’t.
Paul Revere’s Ride tells the story very well.
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