The collective hand-wringing of thousands who are up-in-arms demanding Obama introduce serious gun legislation in the wake of the Sandy Hook tragedy.
Comments Read by 10, people After responding to a burglary call at a Rockford, Illinois home, police failed to apprehend the thief but found something that is perhaps much more interesting.
WTVO reports that upon entering the home of an unnamed 67 year old resident they were surprised to find a weapons cache of over weapons ranging from shotguns to rifles.
The homeowner, a registered firearm owner, was out of town at the time of the burglary. According to police, the weapons were taken for safekeeping. The guns will be cross-checked against police databases to ensure they have not been used for criminal activity. Three hundred may seem like quite a large number to the average, non-gun collecting American.
But the homeowner in this particular case is 67 years old, suggesting he may have been a collector of fine weaponry for several decades. Considering this, it is not out of the question for a retiree to amass a large gun collection.
A recent Austin, Texas search warrant executed against a resident who had been involved in digging an under ground bunker yielded a variety of self defense armaments, including large amounts of ammunition and 19 weapons, as well as compressed gas tanks used for welding.
The neighbors in this case also responded with fear: After executing an illegal search warrant, police found a safe containing several weapons and subsequently seized those weapons for safe keeping.
The justification for the search and seizure was that the homeowner negligently discharged his firearm, something he had done for years without issue.
It seems that anytime law enforcement enters a home, be it legally or illegally, and a weapons cache is found, anything more than perhaps a handgun and a rifle rings the alarm, resulting in a painstaking process for the gun owner if they ever want to retrieve the weapons.
Since the second amendment of the Constitution makes no specific reference the number of arms an individual can store for personal defense, there should be no question as to how many weapons one can personally own and keep at home.
Perhaps one gun per household, or maybe a bit more leniency and we can make it one gun per resident of the home? Where should we draw the line? Maybe the best thing to do is to first determine if the individual in question has or had ill intentions with the weapons before we use the media to spread fear about extremist, right-wing pistol packers.
Because of failures by our federal policing agencies to stop the flow of illegal aliens through our southern border, namely those related to drug smuggling and violence, ranchers in states like Texas and Arizona should probably be heavily armed, lest they end up either stabbed to death or have their land taken over by paramilitary drug organizations.
Click here to subscribe: Join over one million monthly readers and receive breaking news, strategies, ideas and commentary. Read by 10, people Date: August 13th, Website: This content may be freely reproduced in full or in part in digital form with full attribution to the author and a link to www.
Please contact us for permission to reproduce this content in other media formats.Why the US Should Not Ban Guns. In Nazi Germany, pre-Holocaust, gun laws were introduced which banned Jewish people from the manufacture or ownership of firearms and ammunition.
CNN Poll conducted by SSRS. Feb. , N=1, adults nationwide. Margin of error ± 6/17 & earlier: CNN/ORC Poll "If you heard that a candidate for.
Some reasons why guns should be banned: 1. No more mass shootings in civilian areas. Sure, we’ll have stabbings, but it requires the lone stabber to be up close and personal with the victim. Also, no more mass shootings means fewer people killed b. Do we really want a ‘Jewish’ state?
Not sure the Jews want it, they live everywhere else. But they keep ramping up wars and rumours of war. [Clip: “We, uh, share, uh, a desire to see a stable and peaceful Middle East.
We discussed, ah, both the Palestinian-Israeli, uh, conflict, but also the. Control: Exposing the Truth About Guns - Kindle edition by Glenn Beck. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Control: Exposing the Truth About Guns. Banned books are books or other printed works such as essays or plays which are prohibited by law or to which free access is not permitted by other means.
The practice of banning books is a form of censorship, from political, legal, religious, moral, or (less often) commercial motives.