By Matthew J. Bergstrom
This week the right to keep and bear arms advanced two steps and took one step back in Washington, DC. It’s part of what will be a long and winding process to comply with a court order forcing the District of Columbia to lift its 40 year ban on any carrying of firearms outside the home. On September 23, 2014, the DC Council begrudgingly, yet unanimously, voted for a bill allowing the concealed carry of firearms in the District by residents and nonresidents alike. Given a choice, Council members said they’d prefer banning firearms completely . . .