Crazies with Guns

Gun-Crazy-1949-Cd-Cover-37413There has been a lot of talk about preventing gun violence and finding ways stop “crazy people” from getting guns and shooting up theaters, malls, schools and churches. The problem with this is that none of the people who have committed mass murders are really crazy. A “crazy” person is a person who does not know what they are doing and does not understand the consequences of their actions. An example of a truly crazy person would be someone who is continually stabbing themselves with a pencil and not comprehending  that this action is harming them. The people who commit mass-murders go to great lengths to plan and execute their actions. They are fully aware of what results their action will yield.  These are people who are fully capable of hiding their intentions and blending into society. A mental check would fail to diagnose them as insane because they are not.

A practical approach to advancing gun rights

As someone who holds the right to self defense in the highest regard, I often wonder why it is that self defense advocates complain about the politicians stripping away our rights, but often times won’t do their best to educate the uninformed.  I also submit that the right to self defense protects ALL of our other freedoms and is EXTREMELY important to preserve liberty for free people.

Sure pro-gun legislation is great for gun owners, but it doesn’t do much to reach out and let people know all about our cause; which is the advancement of gun rights.

One must only need to look at the U.S. Constitution to understand that gun control is unconstitutional:

Self Defense: a fundamental human right.

Self defense is one of the most basic human rights that allows a human being to defend oneself.  Human rights are rights that exist from our humanity, not something that is a privilege.  How one decides to exercise that right is their own decision.  In America, rights tend to be stripped away from someone if they’re violating another person(s) rights and/or after a conviction by a jury trial.

Here in my state of Pennsylvania, we have all sorts of laws relating to self defense, but lets first have a quick peek at what the constitution states:

To protect and to serve..a complete fallacy.

We often hear the words “To protect and to serve” whenever we hear anyone speaking about the role of police officers.  Unfortunately, those words are a complete fallacy.  Not only is that notion a fallacy, but the supreme court has ruled that the police have no legal duty to protect individuals and stated the responsibility of police as follows:

“Police do not have a duty to protect you as an individual, but to protect society as a whole.”