This call to action must not be heeded. If the people are not allowed arms, there is one less check on tyrannical government. The Tribune (no surprise) is wrong on the issue.
But they also deserve some credit. An amendment to the Constitution is the right way to change what you don't like about it. Unfortunately, we live in a country that allows unelected judges to "interpret" the Constitution and morph its clear language into whatever they want it to say. In this way, the cornerstone document of our nation has been twisted so much that it now hardly resembles what was enacted by our founding fathers.
Maybe the Tribune will start a trend . . . instead of enacting policy by judicial fiat, maybe we'll go back to the people - or at least our elected representatives - having a voice. (Just wishful thinking?)