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What the French Train Attack Doesn't Prove

First: bravo to the three Americans who took down an armed terrorist on a French train. Those men are true heroes, and as a National Guard soldier myself I’m extremely proud that one is a fellow Guardsman. 1,706 more words

Veteran Writers

The Duty to Not Make S**t Worse

Doctors have a guiding principle: “First, do no harm.” Their most important job is to not cause more damage. “Given an existing problem, it may be better not to do something, or even to do nothing, than to risk causing more harm than good.” This is a good life principle. 1,716 more words

2nd Amendment

We Are Not Mall Rambo

Some people don’t like legally armed South Africans carrying guns. Just casually browsing the comments sections of various news media websites attests to as much. Most of the time when I try and converse with the people holding these sentiments, I find it difficult to get a comprehensive or reasonable answer from them as to why they feel this way. 599 more words

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The Most Important Defensive Tool

From AmericanRifleman.org, by Jim Wilson – Thursday, July 16, 2015

If you say “personal defense” to most people I expect they would immediately start thinking about guns. 761 more words

NRA

Citizens stand for Armed Forces recruiting centers

A group of men, and at least one woman, exercised their Second Amendment rights and show their support for the United States armed forces by standing vigil in front of a recruiting center in York, PA. 239 more words

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Gun-Free Zones

Another day, another atrocity.

Unless you have not been paying attention, you will by now have heard about the contemptible murder of four US Marines at a recruiting station in Chattanooga, Tennessee, by a lone gunman who is likely an Islamic extremist of sorts. 631 more words

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Chicago's crime rate drops after citizens' arming...

Chicago’s crime rate has dropped since Illinois became the 50th state in the nation to adopt a concealed carry law last year, the Washington Times reported… 149 more words

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