They're not taking away his rights. They're exercising their right to set rules on their private property. I am all for gun rights and the right to carry in public. However, if we are going to be consistent in our fundamental belief of liberty and property rights, we have to allow for private property owners to set the rules by which others may enter their establishment. If that includes a "no firearms" policy, that is their right. They may lose the business of someone like Glenn, but it's not correct, right, or fair to say that they are taking Glenn's rights away.
EDIT: The above comment was supposed to be in reply to Bozhi, but somehow it didn't end up there.
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