If every single AR-15 in the world suddenly vanished, we’d still have mass shootings.
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Self-defense is more than a right. It’s a duty. Individual responsibility is the price of freedom and your personal safety is, like it or not, your personal responsibility. Thus, your American right to arm yourself.
No matter how much we would wish it to be so, there is no legislation that will bring about the end of violence.
A generation ago we did not have — indeed didn’t even imagine — mass murder at our schools. And that condition prevailed even though there were far fewer gun ownership restrictions on the books than there are now.
The common thread that runs through every attack from New York to Boston to Paris to Brussels to Orlando is not guns. The common thread is militant, radical Islam.
Since the horror of the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, proponents of strict gun control laws have been appealing to raw emotion at the expense of logic and common sense.
It was Thomas Jefferson that said, “The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.”
New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, together with a chorus from the media and the far Left, is using the occasion of the senseless murders in Aurora, Colorado to again call for greater restrictions on gun ownership.