A national, far right cable news channel had a change of management, placing the most prudish social conservatives in charge. This was in response to much criticism of the racy attire worn by the attractive female newscasters. When station managers issued an edict that all on-camera personnel must wear full length sleeves, the women newscasters rebelled. They not only charged that their male bosses were out of date, they filed suit in federal court, claiming their right to dress as they pleased was guaranteed by the constitution's Bill of Rights. When asked by befuddled lawyers for management how long sleeve dresses violated any part of the constitution, they forcefully pointed to the Second Amendment. "It's right there: The right to bare arms."
New look at second amendment
Saturday, 26 August 2017