Shawn Nixon of Royal Oak, Michigan recently strapped on a pistol, slung a rifle and went for a walk. In the process, he locked down a local high school and got into a spirited debate with the local constabulary over his Constitutional rights and whether the school has the authority to ban him from the property while carrying. Among other things. Mr. Nixon is apparently unfamiliar with the old adage that you can catch more flies with honey than vinegar . . .
As he’s quoted in the freep.com article linked above,
“I hear this a lot — ‘You’re scaring people.’ But I firmly believe, you can’t put your rights in a glass case” such as those used to display firearms, he said.
On the pro-RKBA side, the merits of open carry can be almost as contentious as the .45 vs. 9mm debate. But do confrontations like this advance the Second Amendment cause, or set it back?