Reading posts and articles lately, the pieces have fallen into place that reveal where our battle really lies. The concept of "Prior Restraint".
Prior restraint is an evil word in the domain of the First Amendment (the Wiki article on the term doesn't even cover any other context!), while being the law of the land and status quo for the Second Amendment. I found reference to a recent court case that confirms this:
Court rejects First Amendment concept in Second Amendment case
“But it would be as imprudent to assume that the principles and doctrines developed in connection with the First Amendment apply equally to the Second, as to assume that rules developed in the Second Amendment context could be transferred without modification to the First,” the appeals panel reasoned.
Why? Aren't all rights worthy of equal protection? Apparently not, according to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. And they do open the door to how utterly ridiculous this point of view is by pointing out how inappropriate it would be to use Second Amendment "rules" on First Amendment issues. We've said all along that the media would go insane if they were faced with the same restrictions in their trade as we were with the legal use of firearms.
Of course, there is absolutely no logical reason for this, and until we can expose and defeat this faulty ideology, we are chasing the tiger by the tail in all our anti gun-control efforts.