Scalia: Guns May be Regulated Perhaps Scalia should elaborate further on exactly WHERE he found regulations about "frightening weapons",because the only "long standing" precedent I've been able to find to support his theories are laws that controlled the arms ownership of slaves and freed people of color. In fact,all Heller did was to remove the burden for Constitutional legitimacy of "gun control" from the ridiculous notion of it being permitted from authority granted by the commerce clause,to a revisionist interpretation conceived by a so-called "constitutional originalist conservative" that literally changes the instruction of the amendment itself from "shall not be infringed" to "subject to 'reasonable' regulation". The very moment public sentiment changes,and congress is able to enact more "gun control",it will be done so via "powers" of the authority granted it by Scalia in interpreting an amendment that originally fully denied the congress any latitude whatsoever in infringing the inalienable individual right to keep and bear arms,and now grants a new power to "reasonably regulate" said right. The gun grabbers don't even need to concoct wild theories about the commerce clause and necessary and proper clause any more. Welcome to a new era of "gun control". Anyone who owns any sort of "Heller commemorative" crap might as well turn it in for a $100 coupon at the next local government sponsored arms buyback in your area. This again PROVES that the SCOTUS is nothing more then the fox guarding the hen house when it comes to it limiting the powers of the federal government,which it itself is a branch of. From disarming slaves to being called legitimate via wild interpretations of tax powers and the commerce clause,now to plagiarized Nazi laws being legitimized by an outright Orwellian interpretation of the second amendment,"gun control" is here to stay.