Ya know, even through it was written more than two centuries ago by a bunch of white guys, most of whom were born in England, the language of the bill of rights – and the Second Amendment in particular – is pretty clear. Even today. “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.” Does anyone see anything about registration in that sentence? How about a reference as to the kinds of weapons Americans can own? No, we didn’t think so. Which makes you wonder how the publishers of the text book reportedly being used at Grant Middle School in Springfield, Illinois got those ideas (h/t theblaze.com). The school says the book was written by two of its former teachers. Maybe the first order of business at Grant should be some remedial lessons on reading comprehension.