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It isn’t guns we love but what they represent

Old Guns
I agree and disagree with this general premise. The author states that our love of guns is passed down from father to son. That is true. I have a few guns that were my dad's. Two of which were his passed down to him from someone who had them passed down to them. Two of them (one still shoots one doesn't) are from the turn of the century. One, a pistol, was purchased from the Sears and Roebuck cata...
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Leashes on Kids, Clothes on Dogs: A Meme

We put leashes on our children and we put clothes on our dogs and you think guns are the problem?
We often say we don't have a gun problem, we have a society problem. Though we can break that down to many levels I think it all boils down to one area - what it is that's important to us. For some the most important thing is their dog. For others it is their free time, their morning latte, their figure, their career. None of these things are - in and of themselves - bad. How we treat them can be....
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Former Justice Calls for Ban on 2nd Amendment

John Paul Stevens - Former Justice
You may have heard by now that former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court John Paul Stevens wrote an editorial in which he calls for the 2nd Amendment to be repealed. First off, for those who are saying they aren't calling for that, they are. Don't for a moment let anyone get away with saying they aren't. This is a high-profile individual saying in a very high-profile way. Secondly, take...
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We Need More Guns

Gun
Just the fact that they call it "gun culture" means they still don't understand the 2nd amendment. I'm not saying there isn't a sub-culture where guns are a vital part. There is, but it's not at all like leftists think it is. It's simply those people for whom guns are also a hobby. They follow guns the way some people follow football. They collect them, appreciate the workmanship, know all the bra...
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Sometimes, Violence IS the Answer

What will next be heard?
Gandhi is often presented as the modern example of how non-violence works. Sometimes we are required to engage in violent acts in order to demonstrate our unwavering attachment to those rights our Creator has granted us. It is very often said that violence is never the answer. That of course is hog wash. To say that violence is sometimes the answer is not to say that violence is good or desirable...
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