From the generation that created the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution up to the present, the morals of the general public have degenerated to a point that our founding fathers could not have imagined. Right has become wrong; wrong has become right, and "concern for others" has degenerated to the "me generation." Many in the public have become as baby robins in the nest--chirping with their mouths open for others to stick things down their throats. The government being more than willing to comply. Why? "Because they are concerned about citizens," they tout, while the real agenda is carefully, secretively clothed in sheep's clothing.
Now, in the name of "reducing violence" our individual rights are again being attacked. Some trumpet, "Take away the guns from the law-abiding citizens and the violence will stop." But the real cause of the violence is left untouched. Perhaps the automobile should be outlawed to stop all the death resulting by their use? No, the real cause of violence is the people - not their "weapons."
Today alone, how many murders will we see portrayed? And, how much violence will we see in the media? How much violence will our families participate in through wonderful electronics? Does the media really export violence? Ask a commercial or advertising company how they motivate people to act in certain ways. How much money is spent on doing this very thing?
It is wrong to yell "fire" in a crowded place. It is not covered in the First Amendment. It is what our mothers taught us. Perhaps it is the First Amendment we need to be concerned with and not the Second Amendment in our quest to quell the real source of violence.