- Liberal media sponsoring kangaroo courts
- Child-like solutions
- Incredible historic and topical ignorance but with histrionics to make more gun control “unarguable”
- What other age restrictions should we put on snowflakes? Do their peers really want them speaking for them?
Here are a group of posts from various sources with various sub-themes that we find compelling even if we do not agree with every nuance
Thanks to our Second Amendment, the United States has fewer mass shootings per capita than many other developed countries, including Norway, France, Switzerland, Finland, Belgium and the Czech Republic. (And 98 percent of our mass shootings occur in “gun-free zones.”)
But imagine if we could cut our mass shootings in half?
There have been about 34 mass shootings since 2000. Forty-seven percent — 16 — were committed by first- and second-generation immigrants, i.e. people who never would have been here but for Teddy Kennedy’s 1965 immigration act.
Well, if the Second Amendment community was “fat and happy” on Tuesday, they aren’t complaisant any more. All night after the shooting, Americans logged in to Gun Owners of America to give us money — money we will use to, once again, make sure that not one word of gun control is signed into law.
They understand that, while Joe Donnelly, Joe Manchin, Heidi Heitkamp, Jon Tester, Claire McCaskill, Angus King, Sharrod Broun, Tammi Baldwin, Bill Nelson, and Bob Casey have given lip-service to the Second Amendment, they would elect a Schumer/Pelosi leadership team that would make a ban on guns in 20,000,000 American households their key objective.
Given this reality, there is only one thing that could stand in the way of the Democrats’ demise: Republicans.
The Senate GOP is reportedly holding secret meetings about how it could become “the party that finally delivers gun control, after Obama’s eight-year failure to do so.” GOP Whip John Cornyn’s “Fix NICS” bill would shovel millions of new Americans into the FBI’s “gun ban list.”
Any discussion of the mass shooting crisis must include the cultural rot of masculinity. The problem is not with men, but with a culture that allows boys to remain boys well into adulthood.