Supreme Court upholds federal gun ban for domestic violence

Until the late 1700s, when the constitution was established,

there was no legal or customary punishment for men abusing women

Men were free to beat their spouses, their kids, and any other women over whom they had personal power

These beatings were not uncommon, nor were they particularly frowned upon; rather,

they were seen as a private right that all men had over the women in their lives.

Such beatings are still viewed by many males as a necessary part of being a man.

The 2022 Bruen judgment of the Supreme Court, which was written by Clarence Thomas

and significantly increased gun rights while limiting government regulation of firearms to levels not higher

than those in place at the time the constitution was ratified, would have