A 15-year-old majorette received a fatal shot to the back in South side Chicago only a week after performing at Inaugural events in DC. Chicago has some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation and has had 40 shootings in the first 30 days of 2013.
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- To show that you don't know what you're talking about. The battle was between union workers and company thugs. It was the largest nonmilitary battle to have ever taken place on US soil. The national guard was deployed to only disperse the men which could only happen after the battle due to size of the ARMED CIVILIANS.Feb 1, 2013
- Yeah... so you need to re-read that it was between law enforcement... that was re-enforced by civilians... and the Union. And the Union lost miserably. The Sheriff (law enforcement) won.Feb 1, 2013
- 13000 miners vs 3000 co. men
Less than 150 casualties for the entire battle.
How did either side lose "miserably"?
And those civilians were the union miners.
Its like you're not even trying stay factual. I guess that explains... well, every post you've added to this thread.Feb 1, 2013
- Are we talking about The Battle of Athens, Tennessee now? Seems like the armed citizenry worked out pretty well there.Feb 2, 2013
For those that like to argue "You need a background check to buy a weapon" No... No you don't. You can legally obtain firearms throughout the united states without background checks.Feb 4, 2013
- Who argued that? I'll go back and re-read all of the posts but I'm pretty sure that's common knowledge.Feb 4, 2013