The Second Amendment says:
-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.
The second amendment guarantees the Right of “the people” to keep and bear arms. The Right to bear arms is a Right of “the people”, it is not a Right of “the State” and it is not a Right of “the Militia”. The founders knew the difference between the people, the state and the militia, and they stipulated that the Right to bear arms is a Right of “the people”.
We know that there are those in this country who do not want the people to have guns. We accept that there are conservatives who do not have or like guns. The second amendment does not require anyone to like guns nor does it compel anyone to own a gun. The second amendment compels the government to not infringe upon the Right of the people to have guns.
IMPORTANT: If you want to ban guns you can do so by amending the Constitution. While most conservatives would not support that ban, they would support the Right to try and amend. If sufficient people wanted to do so, the second amendment can be removed or altered.
Remember: the Right to amend is a Constitutional provision. Our point is that the Constitution must not be changed by courts or lawmakers who circumvent the amending process.
The point of these examples is simple. Constitutional law can be amended through the process provided for in the Constitution. Laws are to be made by lawmakers, and those laws are not to violate the laws of the Constitution. Laws, Constitutional or other otherwise, are not to be modified by the courts