While some gun enthusiasts gush over the latest piece of Combat Tupperware, the people who ascribe mystical significance to firearms are gun control advocates.
The Millcreek Township School District of Erie, Pennsylvania has decided to arm teachers, but not with what you think…
If we are asked to accept what he said on one case because he said it, it’s fair to ask whether we ought to accept something else he said for the same reason.
To the advocates of gun control, law-abiding gun owners are vicious sociopaths who do not feel for the children.
What people who want to repeal the Second Amendment must understand is that the First Amendment became law at the same time. If we amend one why not the other?
The impulse to control is one that many people are possessed with, and that impulse too often leads to a loss of the empathy that we’re asked to have.
Hogg implies that he values his privacy and is upset that he’s being punished for the bad action of someone else.
Nobodies are by no means silent, and when enough of them work each other into a lather, the bog gets noisy, and laws get passed.
Tirado’s posing as someone who is holier, more working class, and more moral than Dana Loesch isn’t going to work—unless her goal is to allow herself and those who agree with her to feel smug.
It’s hard to be respectful to people, like Adam Weinstein, who refuse to learn the subject they’re pontificating and instead prefer to twist the facts…
Saying that lethal force is at times justified, but that we have no need for the tools to employ such force makes the concept purely hypothetical.
We can work together on things that do reduce violence—education, poverty reduction, and anti-bullying programs—but we can’t cooperate as long as demands to violate our rights are still on the table.
Compromise is a necessary evil of a democratic system, but only if we understand that some things are matters of principle. Rights are one of those.
The real question here is whether we will seek solutions that work or will continue repeating the failures of the past.
People intent on doing harm—and people whose minds work differently from the norm—will find ways around the measures that we impose on the rest of us.
We can dig in our crampons, take a hardy swing with our ice axes, tie ourselves together as a group, & climb out of the abyss. Facts & logic are on our side.
Arbitrary limits on what everyone may own make no sense. Having the right tool for the job is what freedom allows us.
Let’s start this off with a fact about American politics: There are no laurels, and we who support gun rights do not get to rest.
If you have a pistol permit in NY acquired before 2013, no matter how many years ago you received it, you need to reapply by the Jan. 31, 2018, deadline or lose your permit..
Pavlovitz has no intention of civil discourse. His goal is to smother rights with compulsory love, and it’s up to the good people of this country to stand against him for freedom.
4,000 guns taken from people who are not allowed to have them, people like the Texas shooter, is a good thing, right? Or is NICS now a national gun registry?
Government agents wield more power than they can use responsibly. Until we restore the doctrine that power flows from the people to the government and not the other way around, no right is safe.
Are we supposed to feel gratitude toward such politicians who will condescend to allow some of us to own a list of approved guns? The gun control freaks would likely say yes.
Shouldn’t we all go with the 9mm Luger? I’m going to say that the .45 ACP still has a job to do.
While it’s refreshing to have some honesty from someone who would like to curtail the rights of their fellow citizens, this doesn’t make me more likely to agree to his proposal.