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A decorated Vietnam veteran’s home was raided, and he was sentenced to 7 years in prison because he bought an antique gun 40 years ago.
The facts of this case involve issues of both defense of property and defense of person.
Emma Gonzalez is certainly entitled to believe America would be better off if it banned some of the nation’s most popular guns and forcibly confiscated them from their owners. But for someone who reportedly wants to trademark the phrase “we call BS,” she is showing a very unbecoming – and, let’s face it, hypocritical – tendency to … well, you know … obscure the truth.
It is a lot easier to bring your own firearm to stop an armed robber.
Gun Rights Groups Prevail (Again) in Second Challenge to Firearm Restrictions in Delaware’s State Parks, Forests
In solidarity with the Delaware State Sportsmen’s Association and the Bridgeville Rifle and Pistol Club, speak up for your Second Amendment right to carry your firearm on public lands, and promote the ability to hunt on public lands in your state.
Don’t sit idly by and watch the anti-gunners grab the reins. Go to the polls Nov. 6 and let your collective voice tell the liberals how much we value our constitutional freedoms.
Evidently the Founders were wrong about what was “necessary to the security of a free State,” and the Bill of Rights needs to defer to making sure government enforcers are the ones protected. It’s curious though because “progressives” then turn around and decry “police racism” and shootings of “people of color.” If you really believe that, taking the position they should be the “Only Ones” armed seems like major cognitive dissonance bordering on a complete breakdown of reality.
She may have done so unintentionally, but the movie no doubt shows why those who are could become victims should arm themselves.
A grandfather has escaped charges after he says he was shot at by a police officer and had no other choice but to shoot back to protect his family, striking the officer.