Gun laws do not hit their target.
On Monday morning, Thomas Richard Cowan loaded 13 bullets into two handguns, left his German shepherd chained to the fence and drove eight miles from his home in Kingsport to Sullivan Central High School. […]
Police officers investigate after Monday night’s shooting at the Walgreens drugstore at 6101 Northwest Radial. When two robbers entered the store, a 32-year-old customer shot one of them to death. He caught the other one in the store and held him for police.
A quiet shopping trip ended in a furious gun battle when Dep. Jason Hendrix tried to stop an angry man from killing several hostages.
A man entered the Golden Market in Richmond, VA, with his revolver out, told everyone to get on the floor, and then walked over to the store’s owner and shot him twice without provocation. The shooter then moved over to a teenager and raised his gun to shoot him when another customer pulled out his … Continue reading “Store owner’s friend shoots gunman”
When thoughtful people consider the concept of “gun-free zones,” words like “futility” come to mind. But in light of recent horrific events, there is another word that more accurately sums it up: “dangerous.”
A Review of International and Some Domestic Evidence by Don B. Kates and Gary MauserHarvard Journal of Law & Public PolicySpring 2007
“The Second Amendment secures a right of individuals generally, not a right of States or a right restricted to persons serving in militias.”
Both Dr. John R. Lott, Jr., in his book The Bias Against Guns [© 2003, Regnery – Washington, D.C.] and Bernard Goldberg in his most recent book, Arrogance [© 2003, Warner – New York, N.Y.] discuss the shocking media bias and factual manipulation used by the Second Amendment-hating press to advance false information to fool … Continue reading “Appalachian Law School shootings”
Guns are used for self-defense somewhere between 800,000 and 3.6 million times per year … Using firearm crime and defensive gun use figures most favorable to advocates for stricter gun control,… the benefits from defensive gun uses exceed the cost of violent firearm crimes … by between $90 million and $3.5 billion. Using the most … Continue reading “Lawsuits against gun industry make us less safe”