Capone’s name is synonymous with Prohibition and mob rule in Chicago. But he was no ordinary thug.
The 2008 HBO miniseries John Adams opens in 1770 with Adams’ defense of the British soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre: although he does not wholly approve of the actions of the British government in Massachusetts, he is cautious regarding revolutionary rhetoric.
Down the alley, to the right, at the back of the building. Knock, say the magic word, and gain admission to a place where there were no laws – no boundaries – that couldn’t be forgotten.
The Second Amendment is one of the most hotly debated sections of the U.S. Constitution today. It is the one that reads: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”