No other constitutional right has been manhandled like the Second Amendment. Our culture views firearms as a privilege, like driving a car or practicing medicine, rather than a right, like freedom of speech or voting.
Liam Neeson has built a career on wielding guns in Hollywood-created action movies, but he still demonizes gun owners and manufacturers.
SCOTUS hasn’t taken up a gun rights case in nearly a decade. Now they’ll consider which protections extend to people transporting guns outside their homes.
Even if you know how to protect yourself with a gun, preparing for multiple types of attack scenarios is wise, and may very well save your life.
Behind the surface of America’s ‘gun culture’ exists a grim and simple truth: There is no protector; there is no guardian; there is no defender except oneself.
Gun control proponents are full of hypocrisy, don’t tailor their demands to reality, misapply blame, and use law to discriminate.
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