Wow, to think some of them will become politicians and next generation leaders of america. ————————————————————————by now, we all know just how clueless the parkland kids tend to be. more importantly, though, they’re traveling the country all to display that ignorance.
when i saw a story from their visit to daytona beach, florida, i couldn’t help but be struck by just how idiotic and clueless they are.
a panel of marjory stoneman douglas high school students criticized legislature’s decision to place one armed school resource officer or trained guardian at every school during a march for our lives road to change tour stop in daytona beach on sunday, july 15. “we shouldn’t be reactive,” said ryan servaites, a 15-year-old rising sophomore at marjory stoneman douglas. “we should be preventative. we shouldn’t need a good guy with a gun to stop a bad guy with a gun because the bad guy shouldn’t have the gun.” ah, what a nice platitude. if only gun control could always stop the bad guys from getting guns. but it doesn’t. don’t believe me? take a look at what happened in paris, france in 2015. france has incredibly strict gun control laws, yet terrorists were able to get fully automatic aks to commit their heinous attacks.
the fact is, bad guys are going to get weapons of some kind. even if you did somehow prevent them from getting guns, they’d use something else. it’s a simple fact.
it’s also a simple fact that a good guy with a gun can stop almost all of these attacks. period.
alshaibi said the measures being taken now, including arming school staff, adding metal detectors and making students wear clear backpacks, were just “band-aid” solutions. the panel agreed. “when you break it all down, the solution to gun violence is not more guns,” mcconnell said.
Minnesota attorney general lori swanson announces she is running for governor with u.s. rep. rick nolan as her running mate during a press conference at the marquette hotel in minneapolis on june 4, 2018. lacey young | mpr news
in the midst of a heated dfl primary for governor, candidate and attorney general lori swanson said monday that she supports several gun control measures, including “enhanced” background checks and banning the devices known as bump stocks.
swanson’s campaign issued a press release stating her position on several proposals after receiving pressure from a group supporting tougher gun laws to sign a campaign pledge. she has said she will not sign pledges in her campaign. in the release, swanson didn’t specify what types of enhancements she would support regarding background checks for purchasing a firearm.
gun control has been at the forefront of the political debate in national and state politics this year after the february shooting at a high school in parkland, florida. swanson is competing in an august 14 primary against u.s. rep. tim walz and state rep. erin murphy. “no child should be afraid to go to school, and no parent should be afraid to put their child on the morning bus, because of violence. we secure our courthouses and airports. we should make our schools safe too,” swanson said in the release.
swanson also said she supports “red flag” laws, which allow law enforcement to petition a judge to take weapons from people who are dangerous to themselves or others. she expressed frustration that more funding was not passed last legislative session for school safety measures. “arming teachers is not the answer,” she added. “minnesota is the fourth worst state in the country for the ratio of school counselors to students, with 723 students for every counselor. we can do better than that, and i will help our schools to do better than that,” she said.
Anti gunners would try changing “assault rifles” to “rapid-fire weapons”. ————————————————————————the ominous description is part of the left’s habit of describing ar-15s and other commonly-owned semiautomatics as weapons of war.
the times segued into the topic while warning that president trump’s supreme court nominee, brett kavanaugh, could vote to overturn “assault weapons” bans. the paper quickly re-classified “assault weapons” as “rapid-fire weapons,” warning that a conservative court could overturn bans on “rapid-fire weapons.” these claims overlook the fact that a semiautomatic rifle fires one round each time the trigger is pulled, period. the same is true for a semiautomatic handgun or a double-action revolver.
therefore, to say the guns fire rapidly is a relative claim at best, a misleading one at worst. moreover, although a trigger can be pulled quickly on a commonly-owned semiautomatic rifle or handgun — or a double-action revolver — accuracy is lost in so doing, except in the case of professional sport shooters.
Haters will still ask “why do you still need an ar15?” ————————————————————————the ar-15 is the most vilified gun in america. gun control zealots continue to maintain that there are no legitimate, peaceful uses for these firearms in civilian hands. they claim that the only purpose of such weapons is to slaughter the innocent or similar such nonsense.
however, they’re valuable personal defense weapons that can end threats a handgun just can’t. take, for example, what recently transpired in oklahoma.
a retired officer from alabama was the person who shot a man douglas county deputies said was pointing a gun and firing at random people on a multi-county crime spree, according to an arrest affidavit obtained by 9news. …
the retired officer said when he went to speak with [austin] benson, the man told him “to get him water and that the law was after him.” according to the affidavit, benson had a rifle in his left hand at the time and was pointing it at the retired officer.
the affidavit said the retired officer went into his camper and gave his wife a handgun, telling her to take cover. he then took an ar-15 out of the camper and went outside, ordering benson to drop his gun, according to the affidavit.
benson, however, started to drive away and began shooting at the retired officer and his camper. this prompted the officer to return fire. according to the affidavit, benson crashed into a tree.
when the retired officer thought he had fired all of the ammunition in his ar-15, he told deputies he set it in the bed of his truck and took out a second ar-15. according to the affidavit, the retired officer told deputies that he fired one more shot to see if benson would react since he didn’t see any movement in his car.
President donald j. trump, joined by vice president mike pence, participates in a meeting with members of congress tuesday, july 17, 2018, to discuss tax 2.0 in the cabinet room of the white house in washington, d.c.
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U.s.a. – -(ammoland.com)- a gun parts entrepreneur believes he has found a way around restrictions that shot down so-called “build parties” in which machine shops would be used to convert “80% lower receivers” into firearms. stephen bozich, has created armed & safe firearm training academy, and proposes conducting classes as a way around government-defined “engaged in the business” proscriptions. “this is the critical standard the atf uses to determine if an entity (be it an individual, a corporation, or anything in between) requires an ffl,” bozich says, “[i]t is important to remember that atf has consistently stated that it is lawful for an individual to manufacture his/her/its own firearm, without need to mark it, provided that he/she/it has no intent to sell or distribute it,” firearms attorney joshua prince wrote in january, 2015, after the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosive issued a new rule. atf rule 2015-1, put the kibosh on the parties: