Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Cops: Trust Us, and We Can Stop Violence

Read HERE.
“People are worried about the shootings, but won’t stand up to help,” Warshaw said.
“What we really need is a city that honors people who stand up and tell the truth,” he said.

No offense to our police officers, but NO YOU CAN'T (stop the violence). You cannot stop the violence, you can only clean up after the fact. You are not even legally beholden to. What you NEED to do is embrace the concept of self-defense. Empower your residents to arm and defend themselves. Train them in the proper use and tactics of firearms.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

He's Got an Assault Rifle ...

No wait, it's a rifle, no wait, it's an AK-47, no wait - we can't find him.

I'm all for a strong police response when a report of a 'man with a gun' comes in. I'm in support of protecting our children, our spouses, our neighbors, ourselves.

But you can see from THIS STORY that hysteria immediately ensues because in New Jersey, guns kill people. And people who own guns either have, or will kill someone.

You know, if citizens, including teachers in classrooms, were trained and armed, there would never be another mass murder on a school campus - ever.

Friday, March 23, 2012

Why I Chose a Gun ...

At an unlikely venue, Peter van Uhm explains why guns make our world peaceful. This is a TED Talks video and is a great story.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

One of Two Outcomes

An insightful and disturbing essay on where we may be heading (not just in New Jersey, but certainly in New Jersey) if our current system of ignoring personal accountability continues. Eric Peters writes about "One of Two Outcomes"
It may be that the biggest single problem confronting the liberty-minded is the existence of a large (and growing) American proletariat. There have always been poor people, of course. But the proletariat is distinct from people who are merely lower down on the economic totem pole – or down on their luck.