Well, it looks like it's time to get rid of any Stopwatch Apps on the App Store, as they are two focused! All they allow you to do is tell the difference between when you start 'em and stop 'em and that means their scope is too narrow to be allowed.
The National Enquirer recently ran a story about bulk meta-data collection of NYT reporting and editorial staff indicating an out of control kiddieporn addiction in the news room.
Thus the lizard people, who enjoy the taste of human flesh, are now openly controlling the US government. The Reptilians have acheived their aims of finally being able to freely spread their propaganda in an effort to prep the Earth for their impending invasion.
Denied service because the service provider does not like your position regarding constitutionally protected activities?
Can't get in to a restaurant cause of your religion, "race", or sex?
Want to have a fabulous cake at your same sex, non-denominational Wedding?
Want to live in a custom built home, in a certain neighborhood, where only decent pink folk currently live?
Want to ship your little CNC milling machine that your customers may make firearms components with, even the little bit of metal that the ATF considers to be the regulated firearm itself, which is perfectly legal under federal law?
Call the ACLU defenders of The People!!! Oh wait never mind…
The Second Amendment provides: "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed."
ACLU POSITION Given the reference to "a well regulated Militia" and "the security of a free State," the ACLU has long taken the position that the Second Amendment protects a collective right rather than an individual right. For seven decades, the Supreme Court's 1939 decision in United States v. Miller was widely understood to have endorsed that view. This position is currently under review and is being updated by the ACLU National Board in light of the U.S. Supreme Court decision in D.C. v. Heller in 2008. In striking down Washington D.C.'s handgun ban by a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court's decision in D.C. v. Heller held for the first time that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to keep and bear arms, whether or not associated with a state militia.
The ACLU disagrees with the Supreme Court's conclusion about the nature of the right protected by the Second Amendment. However, particular federal or state laws on licensing, registration, prohibition, or other regulation of the manufacture, shipment, sale, purchase or possession of guns may raise civil liberties questions.