gun rights

Constitution & guns

Gun regulations made the West not so Wild

We’ve forgotten that America had effective gun regulations for over a century. Here is what we’ve lost.

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Gun Control

Don’t just mourn. Remember what we know about guns.

Summary: Most of the discussion that follows each mass shooting ignores what we know about guns. Perhaps that is why America, alone among the world’s developed nations, can’t form effective policies to regulate guns. We pay for this ignorance in blood. These posts remind us of what we’ve learned. “The Terror of Our Guns“ By David …

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River of blood

Cut thru the lies and myths to understand guns in America

Summary: To understand why we so many mass shootings in America, let’s cut through the myths and the lies to see the naked truths about gun control. Also, today we had our eight millionth pageview since we opened in Nov 2007! Another day, another mass killing in America. To understand how this happens, look at …

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John Lennon's bloody glasses

Debunking the myth: “An armed society is a polite society”

Summary: As the gun lobby moves from expansion of concealed carry to open carry of guns, it is time to examine the nonsense that so many believe about gun. This is one of the delusions that form the foundation of the New America being built by Republicans using their dominance of State and Federal governments. Built on …

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After Orlando, should we repeal the second amendment?

Summary: Orlando, as usual for a crisis in America, brings forth calls to rip another strip from the Constitution. But the Second Amendment worked well for us for two centuries, until conservatives decided America needed more guns in more hands. Orlando is another example of the results. But there are solutions that do not require …

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