Is there anybody who doesn't believe that gun rights supporters are outnumbered in Oregon, Washington and most obviously in California? I would like to believe otherwise but I feel like there is no turning back at this point. While I would welcome some pro-gun rights intervention from SCOTUS, I don't see it happening anytime soon. We could blame voter participation or we could face the reality that gun rights don't seem to be important to a majority of voters in OR, WA and CA these days. Now we face a tri-state reckoning that will almost certainly bring more infringement on our gun rights, while the majority of the population either celebrates these infringements or blissfully ignores that the infringements are even occurring. Demographics are to blame IMHO. Through brainwashing of youngsters by the educators. Fearmongering by the politicians and anti-gun groups. Media fearmongering after every nut case commits an atrocity with a firearm. These types of influences and more are sealing the fate of our supposedly inalienable gun rights. Doom and gloom is on the horizon for gun rights supporters. I wish I could see some sunlight breaking through but all I see at the moment is dark skies ahead. Edit: I would like to acknowledge Andy's point that likely not all members of the above influence groups share the same anti-gun viewpoint as the rest. But I believe that it is a majority of them. And the students themselves spread the anti-gun sentiment among themselves at a prolific rate, this is evidenced after nearly every school shooting. And don't forget the many celebrities who also spread the anti-gun message in big ways. We have very few respected well known people who support gun rights. The few that do are often vilified.