A document from some place called the Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, whose website reveals little more than that it accepts grants and writes things. I hope it has a deeper understanding than this paper on gun control indicates.
The need: "The idea of terrorist cells operating clandestinely in the United States, quietly amassing handguns and assault rifles, and planning suicide shooting rampages in our malls..." If that's a worry, I'd find the thought of a few dozen trained CCW holders in the mall comforting. Especially if a few were IPSC competitors. I've seen some that could drop five opponents before the opponents realized a counterattack was underway.
"The right to bear arms, as enumerated in the Second Amendment, was meant for the maintenance of a “well-regulated militia.” "
"Today, only a handful of citizens outside of neo-nazi and white supremacist goups view gun ownership as a means of keeping the government in check." Gad, I never knew that Prof. Randy Barnett, Glenn Reynolds, former civil rights workers Don Kates and Joe Olson and I were neo-nazis.
"The war on terror has already taken an enormous toll on the First, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Amendments..." So the solution is to let it take the same toll on the Second?
Update: JPFO has a pdf file responding to the matter at www.jpfo.org/dropguns.pdf.