Gun Control
The 2nd Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America secures the right of citizens to bear arms. Specifically it states: A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. The left wants to eliminate guns from every law abiding citizen because guns are dangerous. Unfortunately, this leaves guns only to criminals. Not a very smart approach to eliminating a constitutional right. A right that has nothing to do with the role of guns in 18th century life. The Founders knew that throughout history, government overreach, as Britain did to their colonies and without the ability to defend themselves, is unrestricted. Give a look at the way law abiding citizens use guns to defend themselves at Armed Citizen.

Combating Our Culture of Rage

5/22/18
By Marc Rudov,
from NewsMax,
5/21/18:

Once again, this time in Santa Fe, Texas, America experienced another school shooting by a deranged, angry-at-the-world student. And, reflexively and robotically, the usual suspects in politics, the media, and entertainment clamored for gun control and blamed the NRA. Translation: gun control actually means law-abiding-citizen control. In case you’re no fan of history, nuts and criminals always have gotten and always will get guns, explosives, and other tools of murder and mayhem. As one with a background in objective analysis and problem-solving, I prefer to zero in on what actually ails America: We have a culture of rage. When I was a lad, one could purchase a gun easily at many hardware, department, and sporting-goods stores. Yet, we had no epidemic of mass-shootings. If guns are so evil, they would have been evil then. They weren’t. They would have wreaked havoc then. They didn’t. We would have witnessed slaying after slaying — in schools and elsewhere. We didn’t. That means guns aren’t evil, the panic over them unfounded. What’s the difference between then and now? Read Newsmax: Combating Our Culture of Rage | Newsmax.com Urgent: Do you approve of Pres. Trump? Vote Here in Poll

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