My dad never did do a background check on me before he gave me some of his guns.
If every law abiding man and woman carried a gun, would reduce crime and there would be no mass shooting. The freedom, i.e. scary, solution.
Freedom is scary, but like many things, it’s worth pushing through the fear to pursue.
Not enough blame is placed on the people whose policies enable mass shooting by making one evil man with a gun so powerful.
You can’t give me rights or take them away. You can only get in my way when I exercise them.
Great idea from Iowahawk: Any checks that apply to gun ownership should also apply to being able to vote. If we wouldn’t trust someone with a gun, why in the world would we want that guy voting which could do even more harm?
Now that I’m going to have two kids, I feel like I should have a crest and a motto for my family name.
How many people have a family motto? I don’t see why that isn’t more popular.
Guns are a good test; if the idea of your fellow man carrying a gun is too horrible for you to contemplate, then liberty isn’t for you.
Oh yeah, I know my family motto: “Contunde Diem,” i.e., “pwn the day.”
Writing the exciting conclusion of my next novel and its hard to put down. I want to see how it ends!