ARMS or "handguns?"
Bob finds it interesting that NONE of the media will mention “arms.” Yahoo, for example says, “Conservative justices question D.C. handgun ban.” They all recite the Constitution, and then switch immediately to talking about "guns," and not talking about "arms."
The US 2nd Amendment says nothing at all about “handguns. The 2nd Amendment says, “the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Nobody in the media will talk about “arms.” While “handguns” are a small subset of “arms” the two words are quite different.
Bob wonders where the conversation was sidetracked from “arms” to “guns.” Some decades ago US President Nixon held talks with the Soviet Union called “Strategic Arms Limitation Talks.” They were talking about “arms.” The US Constitution says, “the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Who is controlling the conversation? Who has decided that the people can not even talk about our right to keep and bear arms?