The scary list of deceptions that dangerously cloud the gun debate continues unabated. These imaginary problems lead us off course, create enormous discord and delay arrival at real solutions. They force us to focus on issues that aren’t problems, or aren’t even real.
Alan Korwin | All Articles
We know morbid gun fear - hoplophobia - drives gun-control advocates to invent mythical gun problems, and use these myths in gun-control campaigns.
It’s one thing for progressives to push us backwards by introducing laws that are magical mystery tours of gun fantasy, proposing solutions to nonexistent problems, irrationally hoping they can quell their own internal fears. Make-believe gun-free zones, invisible x-ray-proof guns, “dum-dum” bullets that are actually safe hollow ammo police insist upon (because it’s safer). I’ll get to those, be patient.
If Mr. Obama plans to resurrect John McCain’s 15-year-old proposal for gun-show control, after praising it as worthwhile in his Jan. 5 and Town Hall gun-control speeches, we’re in for a world of hurt.
Nothing points out the bankruptcy of our nation’s gun-control debate better than the mythologies that surrounds it.
Depriving the public of gear as a way to stop murderers is misguided, puts you at risk and at its core, is a thinly disguised effort to get to zero-round magazines—in the false and dangerous belief that disarming innocent people will finally disarm criminals. Legislators asked me to prepare this list, to help them with the media inquisition they face. The unbiased media never grills the people who want to deny your rights, only those who defend them.
Media Promotes It
Police Play a Role
Perps All Get Gunshot
Liberals Love Cops Guns
Audiences Glued To It
Obama Using It
The Muslim jihad makes it abundantly clear. Our Founders were right—and you’re it.
Even in gun friendly states like Arizona or Texas, the muslim jihadis can find soft targets. They currently prefer hopelessly soft targets like France, where routine daily gun possession is essentially banned. Leaving the public defenseless is state policy there, even after repeated threats and prior attacks. Heavily armed paramilitary police get to parade around, after the event, once it’s too late, just in time for the camera crews and endless loops on TV.
The crazed brazen daylight murders of two news professionals in Virginia recently by a psychopathic black man bent on vengeance demonstrates the utter futility and deceitful fantasy of so-called “gun control.”
The rallying cry for gun controllers these days is, “We need to pass ‘commonsense gun safety laws,’ like a universal background check.”