Just for 2nd Amendment discussion, I'm watching National Geographic Channel right now. A really great show is on, Alaska State Troopers. If you haven't seen it, it's really good, those are brave men, working in a tough environment. Anyhow, the AHP was working a fatal accident when dispatchers notified the troopers of a domestic violence incident occurring. One trooper stated they had to go, and a trooper left the scene en route to the domestic violence call. The trooper stated to the camera "We are going to a domestic violence call, in which the male is trying to kick down the victim's door and the suspect is known to be armed". The trooper then said "We're about 45-50 minutes away, hopefully we can make up some time", then a few minutes later while getting updated information he says they are now 32 minutes away. And there you have it. That victim was in immediate danger. The Alaska troopers were at least 45 minutes away. Should that victim have the right to own a handgun for self defense? Some are gonna say "Well, sure, in Alaska, that far away..........but inner city NY or Chicago the cops aren't far away, they don't need guns", since NYC and Chicago ban handguns. So is a person's Constitutional rights now determined based on population density? Do I have more of a right to bear arms in Alaska than Chicago?