Guns Don’t Kill People, But Gun Bans Do
It is far more common for Americans to use guns to defend themselves or others against violence than to use guns to commit violence. Do those lives matter?
May 23, 2018 By Justin Haskins
On May 18, another tragic school shooting occurred, this time in Santa Fe, Texas. Like always, far-left liberals across the country immediately began clamoring for the federal government “to do something” to stop future shootings, which is merely code language for “take everyone’s guns away because gun owners are too reckless, stupid, or violent to have them.”
Perhaps the most ironic part of the gun control debate is that most of the time and energy spent arguing over whether people should be permitted to keep their God-given right to defend themselves and their families focuses almost exclusively on instances in which people are murdered by criminals who legally…
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