Isn’t the federal judge in Seattle violating TWO constitutional rights held by American citizens in restraining the creator of the 3D printed guns from publishing its blueprints?
First Amendment right to free speech: shot down.
Second Amendment right to bear arms: bullet ridden.
Right now, this judge is legally incorrect—and he is legislating from the bench, which violates a third major constitutional principle (the separation of powers).
The only way to legally stop the 3D printed gun blueprints from being published online is by Congress must enacting a law.
Now, do we want that, though?
For, what slippery slope into the degradation of two constitutional rights may such foster?
On the other hand, should it be legal to publish the instructions as to how to build a nuclear bomb?
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