By Lady Liberty
By Lady Liberty
Gun Owners of America
8001 Forbes Place, Suite 102
Springfield, VA 22151
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
Let's assume that you and your family are on your way home from church. You have a gun in the glove compartment that is there for self-protection.
After driving within 1,000 feet of a school (which is almost unavoidable), you stop by the grocery store to pick up a few items for lunch.
by Sheriff Mike Cook
Well here we go again another school shooting and the weapon will get the blame. Never mind that we have yet another child on prozac, who has had a long term problem that no one seemed to deal with. The anti-gunners will be out in force once more and a stream of stupid rules will be put into law and policy.
News Release Wire
March 23, 2005
By Don Boys, Ph.D.
No, the title is not hyperbole. I believe that school shootings would disappear if everyone knew that each school had two or three teachers (or administrators) who were armed and considered dangerous (to the bad guys), and willing to defend the defenseless. Guns are not the problem. People are.
The first objective of our conquest was to gain control of communications and the second was to clean the gold and silver out of our banks. The third was to convince the majority that paper is as good as gold Fait accompli! The fourth was to intimidate most into waiving their rights (if they even knew them). The last objective is to disarm us. PLEASE READ ON!
Our monetary system would not work if all of the worlds bankers were not in collusion,---Merrill Jenkins, Monetary Realist, (1919-1979)
by James Bovard
March 7, 2005
After the pervasive failure of airport security on 9/11, the Air Line Pilots Association sought federal permission for pilots to carry handguns to defeat hijackers. Capt. Steve Luckey, chairman of the associations flight-security committee, explained, The only reason we want lethal force in the cockpit is to provide an opportunity to get the aircraft on the ground. We dont have 911. We cant pull over.
by David T. Hardy
What are students and others being taught about the Bill of Rights?
In most cases precious little, and in some cases what is taught is dead wrong. Students come to regard freedom of speech as a given, and the right to arms as a nullity. How many realize that:
In the early 1800s, newspapermen and even congressmen were sentenced to lengthy jail terms for mild criticisms of President Adams?