On this episode of Categorical Imperatives We discuss the Second Amendment and the General Militia Power as a form of Police Reform. That may sounds counter-intuitive, Prima Facie, but I will be making the case as to why this is a crucial step to take, following the death of George Floyd.
This is the second episode exploring the 2nd amendment and a re-discovery of the true meaning of the general militia as defined both in history and law. From English Common Law to our current Corpus Juris.
To Watch Part One of the Series: https://youtu.be/HVjlqgAV5ig
Collection of Tenth Amendment Center Articles and Videos on numerous topics related to police reform:
Case Law and Case Briefs
Dred Scott v Sanford
Civil Rights Act of 1866
Freedman’s Butreau Bill
U.S. V CRUIKSHANK
Militia Acts of 1792 and 1903
Barron v Baltimore
Salinas v Blakely
United States v Miller
United States v Emerson
DC v Heller
McDonald v Chicago
Matter of Babington v. Yellow Taxi Corp., 164 N.E. 726 (NY 1928)
THE FOUNDERS CONSTITUTION (EXCERPTS)
Chapter 3 Document 3 “Right of Revolution”
CHAPTER 3 | Document 4
Samuel Adams, Boston Gazette
27 Feb. 1769 Writings 1:316–19
CHAPTER 16 | Document 23
James Madison, Property
29 Mar. 1792 Papers 14:266–68
►00:00 Introduction & Overview Of Part One
►03:15 District of Colombia v Heller
►06:51 Preamble to the Bill of Rights
►09:25 Majority and Minority Opinion for Heller
►09:35 Collective/Individual Right?
►14:20 Original Meaning and Original Intent Jurisprudence
►15:30 McDonald v Heller
►21:10 Original Meaning or Substantive Due Process?