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January 9, 2015
How do you say 'Second Amendment' in French?
Paris and another mass murder in a gun-free zone. Another incident where well-armed criminals shot at people who could only scream and watch their colleagues gunned down without mercy. Wonder if anyone in that Paris building wished he or she had a gun to shoot back. I'm not saying that a couple of concealed weapons would have stopped well-armed terrorists, but it could have bought a little time before the police got there. I know that many Europeans call this "a cowboy crossfire." Tell that to the families of the dead – all dead because guys with guns shot innocent unarmed people working in their office. Like other countries, France has very restrictive gun laws, as David Crodea reported: Gun Policy.org, a project of the Sydney School of Public Health, which, while decidedly anti-gun nonetheless provides instructive and useful compilations of gun laws from around the globe, notes...(Read Full Post)