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The government doesn’t have to prove a crime at all. They just have to lay out a case of subjective claims that the individual is “dangerous” and shouldn’t have a gun.
“I mean when the Constitution was written initially they didn’t have a protection for guns because our founders just thought it was an assumed right,” he said, “later they added it in the Bill of Rights as the Second Amendment but they felt very strongly that every American has the right to defend themselves.”
Harvard Grad Student Told To Move Out Of Apartment Due To Roommate Being “Uncomfortable” With Her Legally Owned Guns
One Harvard graduate student, whose landlord wanted to kick her out during finals because her roommate’s “feelings are hurt” over her lawfully owned guns.
Aurora, CO: Cop Kills Innocent Grandpa for Stopping a Home Invader Who was Biting His Grandson—No Charges
An innocent grandpa was gunned down in his own home by police after he’d just stopped a maniac who had broken in and was literally trying to eat his grandson.
Better training and a strong sense of individual responsibility could have stopped it, at multiple points. Andrew Medina’s recognition of the threat and lack of action is now a classic example of that failure.
What excuses have you heard people use so they don’t have to think deeply about protecting people they love? What fantasies are people clinging to so that they feel safe in an unsafe world? This isn’t a problem of deep thought, but of shallow words. Here are a few of the obvious examples.
The 19-year old had committed no crime, had no criminal record and was trying to call his mom when police decided to shoot him.
I hope liberty advocates see the value in encouraging positive efforts by our friends, especially with the prevailing media rewarding those working against our interests.
According to an attorney for the victim’s family, a 21-year-old good guy with a gun was shot by police as he attempted to diffuse a shooting in the mall.
‘R’ Rating for Kevin Sorbo’s New Film “The Reliant”: A Way to Keep Information on Guns to Young People One-Sided
The Motion Picture Association of America has given lead actor Kevin Sorbo’s new film “The Reliant” an “R” rating, ensuring many families that don’t know any better will not let their children see the film.