An Argument Against Gun Control
Hundreds of law-abiding citizens were able to take up arms against lawless mobs to defend themselves, their family, their homes, and their businesses. They did the job police simply could not do. Lives were saved. Robberies were prevented. Homes and businesses were defended and left intact all thanks to our constitutional in the Second Amendment, the right to keep and bear arms. The creators of the Constitution realized the importance of guns in American Society. Therefore, the argument against gun control started as long ago as 1789.
The Second Amendment States, " A well regulated Militia being necessary to the Security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed. If the anit-gun lobby can abolish the Second Amendment, then they can abolish any of them if we give them the power to do away with one. This includes freedom of speech, press, and religion, the right against self-incrimination, and unwarranted search and seizure. Not only did our Founding Fathers focus their debate on the right of people to keep and bear arm, they devoted considerable energy to issuing a warning to future generations that the battle to defend theses freedoms will take precedence over other work, yet in recent years were anit-gun politicians have attempted to control guns in the name of crime prevention. Address all crime and just crime with guns. To date no gun law has been proven to reduce crime or homicides, not even the Brady Law and the " Clinton Crime Bill' by foes of private firearms ownership was no fluke, many years of patient, deliberate work went into their anit-gun game plane that was formulated more than a decade ago. With those two laws it still did not keep guns out of criminals hands. Using FBI statistics accumulated on a country level, Lott shows that in state that have strict gun control laws, there are higher crime rates, and in states with liberal gun carry laws, there are much lower...
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