By GENE POLICINSKI
First Amendment Center
If you associate the First Amendment more with the rarified air of constitutional debate, or powdered wigs and colonial days, try thinking in more modern terms — say speed traps and blinking headlights.
For most of us, much of the Bill of Rights comes into play infrequently, if ever.
A few examples: According to a 2013 survey, only one in three U.S. households are home to a firearm (Second Amendment).