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Guns versus Girl Scout Cookies

By Lumiere, published on Dec 21, 2012

..."fire" was given, the Texan shouts of "Remember the Alamo" and "Remember Goliad" rang along the entire line. The actual battle at San Jacinto lasted less than 18 minutes although the slaughter continued until dark. General Houston and his officers tried to stop the continued killing but the enraged soldiers sought revenge for the slaughter at the Alamo and at Goliad. Within a short time, 700 Mexicans were slain, with another 730 taken as prisoners. The battle for Texas was won. Texas declared its independence on March 2, 1836 and less than two months later, on April 21, won that... (more)

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

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

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