Monday, May 18, 2015

The Right to Self-Defense


As terrorist attacks of opportunity increase (and they will) we're going to continue to see why the 2nd Amendment beats camera surveillance.  Filming crimes so that suspects can be arrested later is a weak and ineffective response compared with actually being able to stop the crime or attack in progress.  Where the right to self-defense is respected and exercised, fewer innocents die when terrorists or criminals act.  It's that simple.

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