More on the DC challenge to ban on interstate sales
Josh Blackman has details, including a link to the complaint.
I'd think it marks a tactical transition. Up to Chicago, things had to be a bit cautious. Heller and McDonald were by no means risk-free, but they were carefully focused and calculated, since a loss would have been very damaging. Now, the pro-2A side is free to roll the dice, since it's on the offensive and moving on many fronts. If this, or another challenge, does not succeed, it's not a major loss, and likely there will be a breaththru elsewhere.
Battering ram at the gate.
Ladders at the walls.
Sappers at the corners.
Artillery at the weak points.
Archers culling the defenders.
Blockade supplies and reinforcements.
It's an exciting time to be alive.
Posted by: jdberger at May 16, 2011 02:11 PM