The Supreme court has been around since 1789. In 228 years they have only dealt with (5) cases, with regards to the 2nd amendment.
United States v Cruikshank (1875)
Presser v Illinois (1886)
United States v Miller (1939)
District of Columbia v Heller ( 2008)
McDonald v Chicago (2010)
The Supremes appear to always dodge 2nd amendment issues, they leave the decisions in the lap of the State courts.. Almost seventy years elapsed between Miller and Heller, one would need be a soothsayer of the highest order, to understand the lack of interest by the highest court in the land concerning the 2nd amendment.
In my humble opinion, a total disgrace on the part of the Supreme Court.
Absolutely. However, the petitioner should still find relief because the court is free to do whatever it wants and California created this situation. Big news coming Monday about Norman vs Florida supposedly. Money pouring in and big name lawyers and NRA getting behind it according to the rumor mill. I'm not excited though unless Ginsburg or Kennedy go away. I just don't see 5 votes for unlicensed open carry. I don't even think they'll get licensed open carry for Floridians with Kennedy on there.This is not a 2A case, it is a privilege card case, and Scalia already made his remarks on CC permits. Kennedy would have ruled using Scalia's words in Heller to rule against the petitioner.