Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Gun Free Zones Cause Gun Violence

Another tragic mass shooting happened in a gun free zone yesterday.  The shooter at Fort Lee was able to commit the act, because her victims couldn't legally defend themselves.  Sources in the media will of course attack the tools used to commit murder.  Unfortunately, they won't look at the real causes of violence and mass murder.

1) Gun Free Zones Cause Mass Murder - This is related to my other post, (and one yet to come this week) legislation toward utopia always has unintended consequences.  In the case of Gun Free zones, like Cafe standards (the post I'm working on), it causes death.  Their answer isn't that their legislation is failing and needs repealed.  They have engaged in enormous hubris on their quest for utopia.  A more perfect society is always only one law away from reality.



2) Gun Prohibitions Increase Violent Crime and Home Invasions - There has been an entire book written on More Guns, Less Crime - buy it and become even more informed and armed to battle Utopian Hubris on the left.  There are some amazing statistics, that prove such utopian measures don't make society safer.  For instance if you remove the cities in America with the strictest laws prohibiting gun ownership, America's violent crime rate goes from 4th globally to 25th.
this topic.

3) The Constitution is Crystal Clear - There are two separate clauses in this amendment.  the first clause details the rights of the people to freely assembly and form militias.  The second part of the clause supports the right of the people, individuals to keep and bear arms.

the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. - See more at: http://constitution.findlaw.com/amendment2.html#sthash.2g147IFp.dpuf
The founders didn't make exceptions for the mentally ill, or the disturbed.  They made the language in plain English and easy for individuals to easily understand!  Your right to KEEP and BEAR Arms, shall not be infringed.

I really don't understand why this is so hard to understand.  It's a lot like the first amendment and the right to prayer and preach everywhere. 
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