I am a huge gun rights advocate. I am also a very strong believer in private property rights.
Publicly owned places are a different matter, so I would support that approach in those cases.
But I am dead set against even more laws governing how private property is used.
Marc, what about private property that is a public place like a movie theater or restaurant?
No different than a hardware store, lumber yard, real estate office, etc. Private property is private property.
Owners should have every right to limit what happens on their own property. We may feel differently, but I also feel that:
A private business should be allowed to eject a disruptive customer.
A private business should not be forced to perform a function that they do not believe in.
A private business should have the ability to control it's own future by virtue of their own decisions.
We certainly do not need more laws telling people how to operate their own company.
It is my assertion that the free market should rule. If I do not like the way I am treated at a business - I do not have to spend my money there.
This is an important "core" concept for our country, and discussion is healthy! You are certainly welcome to challenge my assertions.