You can oppose the Second Amendment and guns if you like, but you can’t rewrite history to comport with your political positions.
With Justice Brett Kavanaugh, American gun owners know that a majority of Supreme Court justices now support the Heller interpretation of the right to keep and bear arms.
Another area of American life where we continue to see egregious attacks on the presumption of innocence is gun ownership.
To help reduce crime, we must discuss gun owners’ responsibilities that come with the exercise of our Second Amendment rights.
The Supreme Court effectively repealed the Second Amendment in District of Columbia v. Heller by restricting the amendment to common arms.
After I thought about it, I realized the question of whether reducing guns in a society will lead to fewer murders is a testable hypothesis.
Gun control advocates rarely state their views so bluntly, but they think Second Amendment rights should be sacrificed solely to assuage their fears.
If you ban all abortion, then nobody is legally killed by abortion. If you ban all guns, it doesn’t mean no one is legally killed by guns (since that has never been legal).
Far from being monsters, or the new KKK, the National Rifle Association empowered my family to reclaim its sense of security.
Our rights aren’t contingent on a cost-benefit analysis. Whether guns are risky isn’t the point, but whether guns are a reasonable means of self-defense.
Everyone had guns, but there were no school shootings. No movie theater massacres. No mass casualties caused by deranged and angry teenagers. But how could this be?
Jimmy Kimmel’s beleaguered imagination apparently can’t reconcile legal gun ownership with Christianity, and Joy Behar thinks Christianity is mental illness.
If gun control advocates ever want gun owners to come to the table, they need to stop mindless name-calling or risk further dividing the country and neutering their cause.
Newsweek recently published an article titled: ‘Was Stephen Paddock Normal? Many Gun Owners Keep 17 Firearms on Average.’ It’s based on a study that is all wrong.
Many historically persecuted minority groups have found gun ownership to be a wonderful way to provide for their security.
Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld tells a young interlocutor that personal firearms ownership is essential for the defense against a tyrannical government.
People do not purchase weapons based on fear. It is those who fear gun ownership who call for gun control.
- Is Sexual Autonomy Worth The Cost To Human Lives?We might look at the modern dating world and ask ourselcontinue reading >
- I’m A Legitimate Asylum-Seeker, And I Support Trump’s Border WallLike many people, I used to think President Trump was econtinue reading >
- Why Rashida Tlaib’s Holocaust Comments Were PropagandaHow might Democrat Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s comments aboucontinue reading >