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Guns Don’t Kill People or Do They?

By Coach Phatty, published on May 14, 2014

...in a mall, movie theater, school, or somewhere else, the first thing many anti-gun people say is…”get rid of guns”, “guns kill people”, on and on.

Anyway, I know the purpose of my site is to present heartwarming and motivational stories,etc., but this little story about gun control, in my opinion, is a humorous little note that Mr. Donald K. Martin crafted for a local newspaper. In my humble opinion, the main idea of this story is SO true!

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Yesterday, I placed my shotgun on the front porch, gave it six shells, and noticing it had no... (more)

Tags: gun control, guns, right to bear arms, gun debate, donald k. martin, guns kill people, humorous gun debate story

Michael Moore On Gun Action: ‘We Are The Majority'

By Josh Marks, published on Mar 25, 2013

Exactly 10 years after Bowling for Columbine won an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, activist filmmaker Michael Moore teamed up with MoveOn.org and USAction to celebrate the achievement with a screening Saturday evening at New York City’s School of Visual Arts Theatre, followed by a town hall discussion on reducing gun violence that was live-streamed across the country.

The panel included Rob Wilcox, cousin of gun violence victim Laura Wilcox and lead organizer of New Yorkers Against Gun Violence; Jaime Pessin from Moms Demand Action; Lori Haas, mother of Virginia Tech shooting... (more)

Tags: michael moore, gun control, newtown, bowling for columbine

Guns versus Girl Scout Cookies

By Lumiere, published on Dec 21, 2012

...allowed citizens the right to use the firearms they kept in their homes and partner with the army to protect the shorelines of the United States in order to collectively inflict massive casualties on the British who had invaded the Port of New Orleans.

Let us say for a moment a new Gun Control law removed all of our firearms including automatic weapons and pistols. Forget about criminals and lone gun men on psychiatric meditation well known for violent side effects. Humor me for a moment, imagine if our communist enemies overseas discovered our mass civilian population was... (more)

Tags: gun control, lex lumiere, firearms, nra, pistol, daisy bb gun, 2nd amendment, right to bear arms, battle of san jacinto, newtown

We Cannot Legislate against Lunacy

By Anastasia , published on Dec 16, 2012

...bawling almost. I raise my voice in a perfect storm, knowing that I’m unlikely to be heard, or if heard I am likely to be misunderstood. Just about every report I’ve read about the mass shootings last week at Sandy Hook Elementary School in the town of Newton has raised the issue of gun control, the equation being that the Second Amendment right of US citizens to bear arms equals periodic massacres. Few seem to pause and think. The Second Amendment has been in place for over two hundred years but rampaging madmen are a feature of the modern age. Why, why and why again?

I’m ... (more)

Tags: gun control, second amendment, crime, the united states, connecticut, sandy hook elementary school, mass shootings

Should Guns Be Registered

By D. E. Carson, published on May 9, 2010

Last night about 9:15 p.m. Southern Californians got another episode of their favorite pastime: a high-speed chase. It began near the campus of USC at Adams and Interstate 110 (Harbor Freeway) and lasted about two hours ending near the interchange of California State highway 14 and Backus Road, about seven miles north of Rosamond, California near Edwards Air Force Base. The entire chase covered approximately 90 miles of three California highways: Interstate 110, Interstate 5 (Golden State Freeway) and State Highway 14 (Antelope Valley Freeway).

Police reports indicate that the driver... (more)

Tags: police, conservative, liberal, gun control, second amendment, progressive, southern california, illegal, pursuit, firearms, gun ban, nra, rosamond, antelope valley

The Right To Self Defense; The United Nations HRC said

By Credo, published on May 6, 2007

...of planning a war against this country) on other countries around the world (stating that it is self defense to do so) and has simultaneously prohibited the concept of self defense constitutionally available to its citizens by regulating laws which prescribes restrictive measures for gun control. According to the United Nations Human Rights Council declares that very severe gun control, more restrictive than even the laws of New York City--is a human right. The issue is especially imperative today, as many international advocates of international gun prohibition are using the... (more)

Tags: gun control, human rights, united nations, international law

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