Gun Control Facts: Why Gun Control Always FailsFebruary 9, 2012
Free men must be able to defend themselves from robbers, killers, and tyrants. And that’s why gun control is both unconstitutional and evil. The Second Amendment to the US constitution explicitly states:
A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.
Over the following week, I’ll be going over the topic of gun control, the Second Amendment, and why gun control in all its forms is immoral, unconstitutional, and deadly.
Essentially all historical evidence points toward a gun control being unconstitutional. Essentially all national case studies show that banning guns increases crime. And a basic understanding of natural law should show us why the right to keep and bear arms is the most fundamental implication of life, liberty, and property.
To learn the basic facts about gun control, read the following articles:
- The Original Intent of the Second Amendment
- Why Gun Control Causes Crime
- How Gun Control Violates Natural Rights
- How the UN is Trying to Ban Guns
The Second Amendment doesn’t exist so the people can kill deer. That’s just a nice side benefit. The 2nd Amendment exists so the people can kill politicians and their cronies. And that’s why statists fear the 2nd Amendment. It’s their kryptonite, and they know it.
It’s the last beacon of hope for a people faced with the inevitable threat of tyranny. It helps thwart off crime, invasion, and unpopular policies. Those who support it scoff at those of us who believe it’s vital — even though they scoff at essentially centuries of historical event after event of unarmed people becoming chattel slaves.
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