An article on Townhall addressed the Stand Your Ground laws. “An individual’s right to possess a firearm to defend one’s self is guaranteed unequivocally in the Second Amendment to our Constitution.” Actually, it only says that if you remove several words. The Second Amendment starts with, “A well regulated militia…” I don’t think the framers… Continue reading
Posts Tagged → Gun politics in the United States
We’re Not Trying to take Your Guns
Really, we’re not. Those of us that believe in gun control aren’t looking to take away all guns. If you want to protect your family with a firearm, I believe you have a right to do so. Here’s a recent example: LOGANVILLE, Ga. — A woman hiding in her attic with children shot an intruder… Continue reading
When will it be Enough?
I debated with myself about whether to discuss guns and shootings in this country. I wrote something unrelated but have decided to push that piece off to Wednesday and address what appears to be an epidemic of mass murdering in this country; something unique to the United States. Are we free? Yes. And, we should… Continue reading