I will place forth the dissenting opinion on this latest gun control unveiling. Gun control legislation is nothing new, nor is it restricted to only a newly elected democratic government, and it has always been present in at the minimum a committee level. Hence, gun control legislation is always in the works and does not necessarily transcend into true law as a final instate. I believe the recent Supreme Court ruling is in our favor, combined with a collectively neutral gun control government, which means we can expect little gun control advancement over the next four years. Does this imply that gun control suggestions, if you will call it that, will simply fade or disappear from legislation? Of course not: we will continue to see anti-gun suggestions, though they may not result in approved legislation, and in turn, law. I actually feel more secure in regards to my rights than I did back when Clinton took over the office.