The Supreme Court has just finished hearing oral argument in District of Columbia v. Heller, examining the nature and intent of the Second Amendment.
The transcript of argument will be available later today from this fine site, and same-day audio is also going to be made available for this case [only done a few times, most notably in Bush v. Gore in December 2000, and in Guantanamo Detainee arguments earlier this year].
I found that the Washington Post did a good job in providing a revealing, but easily-digestible slice of the variety of positions and arguments that have been presented to the Supreme Court by "friends of the court" [amici curiae] -- advocates for one position who lend their "advice" to the Court for its consideration. As the short excerpts provided by the WaPo illustrate, this isn't a case limited to right-wing gun nuts jumping up and down yelling "Second Amendment" and gun-banning pinkos yelling "only the organized militias! only the organized militias!" If you want to read more of the amicus briefs, they're also available at this website.