My goal is to make the case for open carry without resorting to the usual “shall not be infringed” rhetoric.
So if the law of blasphemy had extended to Islam, The Satanic Verses would not have infringed it.
Also, there is nothing at all special about "shall not be infringed."
You said that shutting down a newspaper is not the right way to warn those who may have infringed on the law.
But where would our liberties be infringed if we resumed the assault-weapons ban that ended in 2004?
Its marvels are its own; the patents cannot be infringed; imitations are not possible.
We have our rules and regulations for the game, which must not be infringed.
He could not withdraw honourably—no rule had been infringed—yet he loathed the stake for which they struggled.
But, hitherto, he had not infringed on the gurly one's other monopolies.
It was claimed that by choosing such subjects he had infringed the laws of Filial Piety.