Posts Tagged ‘gun control’
Just like I refuse to the term “gay” to describe homosexuals (the term gay has nothing to do with sex), I am no longer using the term “gun control advocate.” Destroying another person’s freedom has nothing to do with ‘gun control.’ I call them promoters of no-gun legislation, because that’s what they do: use the [...]
In the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Staff Sgt. Jacob Dorisca made remarks to a reporter, and here’s the reporter’s quote: Dorisca wondered whether the slayings would lead Fort Hood’s commanding general to rethink the policy of requiring soldiers to remain unarmed while on post. Only military police are allowed to carry firearms on a military base. [...]
More evidence that gun control kills. From the Mail Online: The latest Government figures show that the total number of firearm offences in England and Wales has increased from 5,209 in 1998/99 to 9,865 last year - a rise of 89 per cent. In some parts of the country, the number of offences has increased [...]
My latest article is up at the John Birch Society – “Stealth Agencies for Gun Control.”
A short (and quiet) article in yesterday’s Washington Times discusses federal health agencies that have spent millions of taxpayer dollars to study gun “safety.” These studies are an obvious attempt to curry favor for gun control and change social attitudes toward guns and gun ownership in general. So why are government health agencies running stealth programs to [...]
A reader sent me this amazing article. The disarmed Chicago citizenry is getting slaughtered. The article refers to Chicago as a bloodbath. He summarizes: The #’s total were 48 dead 210 wounded with the most draconian laws in the country. We don’t need to mention the 624 armed robberies (handgun), 1454 burglary’s (forceable entry) or the others. From the article: As of July [...]
This is what government does best – it pits individuals against one another to cause problems so that it can grow itself in order to usurp power to solve the problems it caused. The Governor of Newark made a plea for people to anonymously turn in their neighbors for having guns, in exchange for $1,000.