Clock the passive construction: a bill “to ensure that the right to keep and bear arms is not unlimited.” As opposed to a bill “to limit the right to keep and bear arms.” A right that the United States Constitution specifically and directly prohibits the government from infringing upon. Anyway, why even mention the RKBA? The phrase in the title seems like a carefully considered middle finger to Americans who believe in firearms freedom. Although I’m glad Senator Dianne Feinstein did insert the clause. It shows her true colors—for anyone who doesn’t recognize a black heart when they see one. Click here for the full text of Feinstein’s Assault Weapons Ban 2013 bill. It doesn’t have a euphemistic name or a number yet.