Cato's Robert Levy over at the American Spectator site explains how being pro-gun rights doesn't mean you are for anti-federalist measures that ban gun manufacturer liability suits (which hold manufacturers of guns responsible for the crimes and torts of gun users) in state and federal courts. It contains a good summation of the history of most such suits: Fortunately, they almost always ultimately fail to squeeze cash out of gunmakers.
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Is freedom of speech best upheld by law or by culture?