The Brady Campaign still has a message on their web site about the Fort Hood shooting.
This is the emotional, irrational kind of garbage that too many gun-control advocates spout.
If soldiers on the fort were allowed to carry, it wouldn't have been as big of a tragedy.
Sadly, many of the worst tragedies happen in gun-free zones.
There are some forms of gun control which are beneficial, but gun-control advocates usually take it much too far, while gun-rights advocates sometimes take it too far the other way.
It sure does, just look at Mexico, where there is only one store in the whole country where one can legally purchase guns.
by My Esoteric 2 years ago
The NRA leadership (not most of NRA members) currently sees Gun Control as a stark Black and White issue. The NRA et al think that ANY step to keep guns out of the hands of those who shouldn't have them is ipso facto an attempt to keep guns out of the hands of ALL citizens; this is the...
by Jeff Berndt 6 years ago
I just noticed something about the Fast and Furious controversy.Leaving aside the question of whether the operation was a good idea or not (I think not), I noticed that the Left and the Right have both seemed to flip-flop on their usual arguments about gun control.The Left usually wants to restrict...
by lesliebyars 5 years ago
How do you feel about gun control? Something has got to be done, but what?
by strengthcourageme 3 years ago
I was just wondering everyone's thoughts on gun control, are you for or against?
by Don Bobbitt 2 years ago
It has become so tiresome seeing all of the radicals on both sides of the Gun Control issue, eacn proposing some "master plan" to control the sale of guns in America. Why can't we do this in "baby steps"?For instance, assault rifles! Just tell me who can justify owning an...
by Earl S. Wynn 7 years ago
Does gun control prevent crimes?
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