A teachable moment for the 2nd Amendment

A few years ago, I spoke at a social club meeting in Mexico City.  I answered several questions about the U.S., and specially the 2nd Amendment. The idea of a "right to bear arms" is hard for many people overseas to understand.  It is also very difficult for many naturalized U.S. citizens to understand because they come from cultures that do not value personal freedom like we do. Let's go to Minneapolis, where the local government allowed criminals to burn your business and your dreams. This is from Fox: A Minneapolis small business owner gathered an armed group to protect her neighborhood and its residents when police stepped back amid rioting and looting that grew out of protests over the death of George Floyd in the city, according to a report. "Material things we can replace, that's true," restaurant owner Cesia Baires told NPR in a residential hallway above her business last week. "But there are families...(Read Full Post)
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