Here I am, sitting in a place that is considered to be a bold and unyielding champion of the First Amendment. In the fight for free speech, libraries brook no compromise. All information should be available to anyone who wants it. Banned books are proudly displayed, controversial meetings are hosted, and if you need information, librarians will go to great lengths to find it for you. We search all available resources, check the catalog, request interlibrary loans, scour databases, try keyword after keyword, narrowing the search until (at last!) an answer is found. And libraries will do this all without judgment - because it is your right to say and know and read whatever you want and we will damn well help you do it.
And yet this place, according to the sign on the door, is more than happy to deny me my Second Amendment rights.