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Guns In The News

Some folks in the US who want to do away with the Second Amendment are probably saying smugly, “Well, knife attacks are bad, but only people with GUNS can kill dozens of victims quickly.” Those folks would be wrong.

The police officer who advocated that the Parkland anti-gun activists exposes the incredibly flawed logic of those who advocate taking away your right to own a gun.

State police were shocked to find that after banning bump stocks and threatening violators with 5 years in prison, not a single resident has complied.

Clearly, this is a knife problem… not a criminal problem. Surely if we just ban assault kitchen knives, they’ll be meek as lambs.

Two tragedies unfolded last night: one in Canada and one in Oklahoma. Only one of them was prevented from becoming worse, however, thanks to an armed citizen who stopped the killer in his tracks.

19 years old and plaintiffs in an NRA lawsuit about the U.S. Constitution. Unless there is reversal by the appellate court, everything about you – names, photos, addresses – will be on the internet. Didn’t you think this through? I mean, what about college or jobs? After all, NRA activists are security threats with the likely protests and violence from liberals. And what about the reputations of colleges or businesses? Good luck submitting your college applications or resumes. At least faced with actual threats of violence in Florida: You 19-year-old plaintiffs can arm yourselves… No, wait, you can’t.

Propaganda isn’t new to politicians, but it’s nice to have confirmed what most of us already know: gun control is literally being pushed on us by using emotional brainwashing. Obama advisers sought to “tap people’s emotions” for a huge gun-control push after the Sandy Hook shooting.

Here is history lesson 101: America’s founding forefathers sent the message loud and clear that crimes (1 John 3:4) will not be tolerated, and justice deters crime.

A source inside the US Senate has reported that Republicans and Democrats are teaming up and using the recent tragedy in Texas as the impetus to push through a massive federal gun control bill.

If we are not careful, or if we do not employ reason to this argument, we will find ourselves in a nation where disagreeing with the “reasonableness” of common sense gun laws is seen as a reason to be red flagged.