Dr. Dan talks with Clark Neily, Senior Vice President for Legal Studies at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C. Neily played a direct legal role in both the District of Columbia v Heller and McDonald v Chicago Supreme Court cases involving the Second Amendment that was decided in favor of protecting individual gun rights.
When our government and judicial system are allowed to unilaterally suspend due process requirements in the Bill of Rights to achieve a political agenda, we are no longer a nation of laws. We are, in fact, no better than the dictatorships, past and present, whose violation of human rights we now condemn.
E149: Clark Neily - Due Process: Protective Wall for Judicial Rights of the Individual (Part 2 of 3)
E149: Clark Neily - Due Process: Protective Wall for Judicial Rights of the Individual (Part 3 of 3)