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News-and-Society Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, the nation’s largest gun training school, finds itself opposite of the traditional views on gun rights and gun training without too much surprise. As of late, however, Front Sight and its founder and director, Ignatius Piazza, have found themselves repeated and heralded by the mass media and political pundits and journalists. Why the sudden change? What happened to shift the opinion of some of the most set-in-their-ways media sources to suddenly agree with the firearms training academy which delivers gun training to more students than all other major shooting schools in the nation .bined? The answer is that the U.S. Supreme Court has recently accepted a case which has ramifications on the Second Amendment. The case that the U.S. Supreme Court has accepted is considered by court scholars to be the single most important Second Amendment case the court has seen in over seventy years. The U.S. Supreme Court is accepting the case of District of Columbia vs. Heller. The case is concerning the constitutionality of the District of Columbia’s ban on all handguns and the restriction on rifles and shotguns in the district itself. The 1976 law bans all handguns, even in citizens’ own homes, and requires that all shotguns and rifles in private residences be rendered inoperable – which means dismantled, trigger-locked, unloaded and separate from ammunition. This is obviously a blatant violation of Americans’ Second Amendment rights which clearly call for the right of all citizens to bear any and all firearms they should so desire. Front Sight and Ignatius Piazza understand the need for the Second Amendment, and they’re fairly convinced that the U.S. Supreme Court will as well. And it appears that the media does too. A search for "Second Amendment" in any news website brings up article after article in newspapers, magazines and periodicals throughout the nation, each advocating the same things that Ignatius Piazza and Front Sight call for: for the U.S. Supreme Court to call the D.C. handgun ban unconstitutional. Obviously Front Sight and Ignatius Piazza stand on the side of the Second Amendment: they’re defined as firearms training enthusiasts. Gun training is considered by them to be one of the single most important aspects of American life. While they know that firearms training is not as prevalent as they would hope, they do know that tens of thousands of Americans receive gun training from them alone every year, and as firearms training grows in popularity and prevalence, responsibility in America will increase, and understanding of the absolute necessity of having guns will also increase. But the fact that America’s media has taken up their side, and shifted to the opinion that the District of Columbia’s handgun ban is in violation of the Second Amendment is evidence that the fight is already over. While normally simply trying to stir up distrust and negative feelings, the media does know a good story, and truth, when they see it: the media’s shift to covering the U.S. Supreme Court’s Second Amendment case shows that the U.S. Supreme Court will be ruling with the people’s voice: the Second Amendment must be held up. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: