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“Militia” are institutions of government composed of “the people” (Second Amendment) themselves organized under statute that “keep and bear Arms” to—
1.) “execute the Laws”
2.) “suppress insurrections”
3.) “repel invasions” ART I, § 8, CL 15

Virginia MIlitia

Virginia “Regulating” Her Militia

Pre-constitutional Virginia Regulating Her Militia From the earliest days, Virginia recognized, as she declared in 1672 and reaffirmed in 1676, that “against all tymes of danger...
Militia Rhode Island

Rhode Island “Regulating” Her Militia

Pre-constitutional Rhode Island Regulating Her Militia As was the case in Virginia and throughout the other Colonies and then independent States, in their titles, their bodies,...
militia training

Militia Structure: Training

Militia Structure— 3rd Main ProvisionTRAINING: Every “able-bodied” adult is required to be trained at the State level pursuant to CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISION AND STATE STATUTE 3rd...
Militia Armament

Militia Structure: Near Universal Armament

Militia Structure— 2nd Main ProvisionNEAR UNIVERSAL ARMAMENT: Every “able-bodied” adult is required to be armed for Militia service pursuant to CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISION AND STATE...
Militia Organization

Militia Structure: Total Organization

Militia Structure— 1st Main ProvisionTOTAL ORGANIZATION: Every “able-bodied” adult is part of "the Militia of the several States" pursuant to CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISION AND STATE...
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Joseph Story

Justice Joseph StoryStory's Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States are recognized as a standard work in constitutional law. See, e.g., Field v....
Well Regulated

“Well Regulated Militia”

"well regulated Militia" (Second Amendment)When ratifying the Constitution in 1787 and 1788, WE THE PEOPLE would never have assigned to "the Militia of the...
Settle the Militia

“Settle” the Militia

"Settle" the MilitiaThe United States Constitution followed the long established legal pattern (see for example, Virginia and Rhode Island) of "settling" the Militia in...
State Governor

Governor

Governor: No Arbitrary Powers Over the Militia Because of the apparently broad powers that Governors in Virginia as well as other Colonies and then independent...
Constitutional Sheriff

Sheriffs

SheriffContrary to popular belief, no pre-constitutional American Militia were ever made generally subordinate to, or in any particulars controlled by or answerable to, Local...
"well regulated Militia" 2nd Amendment

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