Earlier this week SCOTUS ruled on Watson v. US. The case focused on whether paying for a gun with drugs constitued "using" the gun. The majority opinion (written by Souter) was that one does not use an item when purchasing it, therefore the gun wasn't used in a drug transaction. Souter was joined by everyone but Ginsberg - who nonetheless concurred in the result. Not a gun case, but a gun case nonetheless. I sense good things for those of us who believe in the Bill of Rights. Can't wait for SCOTUS to hear Heller.