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Bruce David Janu's first documentary, Facing Sudan, hit the festival circuit in 2007, winning two best documentary awards. In 2008, he released a follow-up,Crayons and Paper.

As a teacher by trade, he has written several educational books, including The Constitution: A Cooperative Learning Approach, Mouldering in the Grave: A Dramatic Approach to John Brown and Bring Out Your Dead: Recreating the Black Death in the Classroom.

Currently, he is working on his first novel, Lilac Wine and hosts an internet radio station, "The Vinyl Voyage."

In addition, Janu suffers from Crohn's disease and blogs about his experience at 41 Pills a Day: My Life With Crohn's

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Protection from Tyranny? The Second Amendment as a Means to Protect the State, Not Overthrow It The creation of the 2nd Amendment was bookmarked by cases of armed uprising. In the early days of the republic, the 2nd Amendment was used to protect the government and prevent insurrection by establishing systems of gun regulation, rather than as a means to provide citizenry with the power to overthrow the government. In the wake of mass shootings, perhaps we need to look again to that interpretation of the 2nd Amendment.