Archive | April, 2013

Could Concealed Carry End Up With Every Municipality For Itself?

This month I wrote about how Illinois must institute a concealed-carry law by early June, the last state to do so, and the many, many options available to legislators, ranging from the very strict—”may issue” laws, which give local law enforcement discretion over issuance—to a hodgepodge of regulations that cover everything from alcoholism to accuracy. […]

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Survey of 15,000 Law Enforcement Professionals about U.S. Gun Control Policies

SAN FRANCISCO – PoliceOne.com, the leading online resource for law enforcement, today released findings from a national survey of police professionals that provide insight into the opinions of American law enforcement regarding gun control policies and the root causes of and potential solutions to gun crime in the United States. The survey, which was conducted […]

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Guns Save Lives – Thomas Sowell

We all know that guns can cost lives because the media repeat this message endlessly, as if we could not figure it out for ourselves. But even someone who reads newspapers regularly and watches numerous television newscasts may never learn that guns also save lives– much less see any hard facts comparing how many lives […]

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The Fantasy of Gun Control

Gun control is a fantasy! It is the fantasy that passing another law will transform human behavior. The attraction to gun control comes from the beauty of this elaborate fantasy. For some people, this paper utopia is an irresistible. The appeal of gun control is based on fantasy rather than the facts of its performance. […]

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