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Regal Cinemas, the largest movie theater chain in the country, has a gun policy that prohibits people from bringing guns into its movie theaters. That includes people with concealed-carry permits. That is one stupid policy. In Virginia, where I live, people with concealed-carry permits are legally permitted to carry concealed guns, with certain exceptions. One of those exceptions is when a private establishment prohibits people from bringing guns...
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Social factors drive the murder rate up & down not access to guns. Hear Prof Roth of OSU on the subject:
Since World War II, the homicide rate in the U.S. has been three to ten times higher than in Canada, Western Europe, and Japan. This, however, has not always been the case. What caused the dramatic change?
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Let's get this off to the DC bunch right away. I know they already know this is TRUE but maybe, just maybe it might wake a few of them up.
Just saying
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When you don't have the facts on your side you play the race card.
It’s not our side that wants to keep women and minorities disarmed – it’s theirs...
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I read the article, not the publication, The Nation. Based on the article there is a lot of focus on the topic of white men acting out.

Is it me? Or are there intelligent people left around? Does it not make it racist, when someone openly and continually refers and condemns, or even bases subjects purely on racial concepts. Not just towards blacks, but towards any "race"?

I'm sick an tired of hearing white fear smear. To only hear the ones talking about it claiming they aren't racist. Look I'm not classed by whites as white, I would be Hispanic to them despite not feeling like a full Hispanic. I'm too culturally mixed to associate purely to one side or the other. I say it like that because I don't believe there is such things as race. I actually believe in science and the claim that the Human race is just that. Human. We are actually one of a very select few species of animals in this planet without a cousin species. Without actual racial diversity. We are it, the last, just human.

Hearing constant attacks by social liberals and social progressives on how whites do this, and whites do that, and whites hate these things. It's sickening already. That is the same as hearing in the old days people talking about slaves. "Oh the negros are like this and like that." Shut up already. If you aren't racist, stop obsessing over racial divides and start obsessing over cultural acceptance.

There is no race war. Only people instigating racial conflicts and any article that hails itself as a picture of acceptance but bitches about a so called racial group, is nothing more than an agitator, a racial divider and promoter of conflict based on not accepting a group of people.

To claim you are more accepting, means to accept the beliefs of those you also disagree with. Otherwise you aren't accepting at all. Just another individual with biased views you choose to practice and believe in. Acceptance is literally none biased towards anyone or anything. The minute you hold on to views and ideas that favor one side over the other. That you have open and disagree views towards anything you can not accept, like white supremacy ideals, you instantly void your self given title of being accepting of others. Or more accepting than someone else. You just literally became exactly as the people you hail yourself as being better than, by not accepting certain people's beliefs. It doesn't mean you have to believe in their views, it just means you have to accept others have them and have a right to have them regardless. Humans are not above other humans, which would instantly drop you into the belief of elite-ness and classes. That we should have classes of citizens and divide our society as not equals based on the old school ideals of entitlement.

You know how you address a problem? By not creating a new one, or agitating a current one. You bring a solution, a plan of action to meet in the middle. So far, the only thing I've seen is an attempt to replace one racist group with another, or addressing an idea with off topic concepts.

Stand Your Ground has nothing to do with race. If that is your association, you have more problems than you think. If you want to argue the merrits of a DEFENSE policy, do it based on the qualities of the policy. Not some tangent to insert your racist views in, or attempt to promote more tension and hostility. Otherwise there is a word for that, hypocrisy.

Talk about the good and the bad about it. For example: Good - Does not promote individuals to be placed at higher risk of injury or loss of life during an altercation. Won't subject up standing citizens who find themselves in the horrible situation of being injured or killed for acting out in their best interest to survive or prevent serious injuries.

Bad - may lead certain individuals to attempt using the law as a technicality to avoid criminal charges.

Notice how I presented a light view of the negative and a higher one of the possitive? That's how you approach sensibly a subject without creating conflict, aggression, or division. You present positives and negatives. If you want to be factual present recorded cases to follow up your claims. But ranting for ranting sake is purely for the goal of creating division and unrest.

Chaos is the goal of these instigators of hate. So that they can turn around and say, see told you so. Which will open the doors for them to establish their ridiculous policies aimed at control and submission. They wanted extremist to take guns to the RNC to create chaos, it failed. Instead chaos went to the biggest instigators of the two party, the DNC and they built their fence walls and censored their media to hide the chaos outside their own doors. Hypocrisy to the letter. Far from unity, far from safety, far from acceptance of all, and far from promoting a better world and lifestyle for all.
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A link to some humor in the comments section
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If Kim Rhode reaches the podium in Rio, she will be the first Olympian ever to claim an individual medal in six consecutive Summer Games. But at a press conference in Brazil, hours before the opening ceremony, journalists seemed more interested in the Californian skeet shooter’s stance on gun control in the US.
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+Steven Miller
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This is where the LP has sunk to. Didn't they vet this guy before nominating him?
Libertarians have traditionally been the party with the strongest support for Second Amendment rights, and upholding the rule of law as defined by the Constitution.
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Naw, term limits will just give us more corrupt egomaniacs to deal with.
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Regal Cinemas, the largest movie theater chain in the country, has a gun policy that prohibits people from bringing guns into its movie theaters. That includes people with concealed-carry permits. That is one stupid policy. In Virginia, where I live, people with concealed-carry permits are legally permitted to carry concealed guns, with certain exceptions. One of those exceptions is when a private establishment prohibits people from bringing guns...
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To all of you NRA members who support gun control this is what it leads to, disarmament.
Venezuelan police crushed and chopped up nearly 2,000 shotguns and pistols in a Caracas city square on Wednesday, as the new interior minister relaunched a long-stalled gun control campaign in one of the world's most crime-ridden countries.
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+Marty Cortines
Yours is, unfortunately, a common POV among gun owners. The fact that there are some who possibly shouldn't have guns doesn't mean we should give the govt the power to deny us our gun rights. Remember that the power to approve gun sales is also the power to deny them. It makes no sense to argue that we need guns to oppose govt tyranny then give the govt the power to control guns. What do you think they'll do with that power? They'll disarm us just like they did in the UK, Japan, & many other places. It always starts with "reasonable" measures to allegedly keep us safe. (See "Japanese Gun Control" http://www.guncite.com/journals/dkjgc.html ) That's the plan here too. Every gun control measure implemented is a step towards disarmament. (Here's something I wrote that lists calls for incremental disarmament in the US "Don't Let Gun Rights Haters Intimidate You" http://theinternationallibertarian.blogspot.com/2016/02/dont-let-gun-rights-haters-intimidate.html & http://www.ammoland.com/2016/03/dont-let-gun-rights-haters-intimidate-you/#axzz4HuB7Ufro )

"No matter how one approaches the figures, one is forced to the rather startling conclusion that the use of firearms in crime was very much less when there were no controls of any sort and when anyone, convicted criminal or lunatic, could buy any type of firearm without restriction."
http://www.hoplofobia.info/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Greenwood.pdf#page=179&zoom=auto,-55,368

What causes crime? Listen to Prof Roth on the subject http://nij.gov/multimedia/presenter/presenter-roth/Pages/welcome.aspx Once the cause is understood we can find the answer. Until then......
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Brazil has strict gun control how can this have happened? This just shows that gun control doesn't work. http://www.gunpolicy.org/firearms/region/brazil
Ryan Lochte told TODAY's Billy Bush that he and three other swimmers were robbed at gunpoint.
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+Darren Wolfe I don't think it's a matter of learning, they know. Gun control as we know is simply a power grab all countries indulge in to some level. The more "control" a city or state has, the more dangerous it becomes. These politicians know exactly what they're doing. They also know that when they create danger and chaos, people will give up more freedom for security to feel safe. They sell us fear everyday on the news lol.
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What the article says about stance sounds good. Do any experienced pistol shooters agree?
Whether you are protecting your home, in the line of duty, or just practicing at the shooting range, you want your shots to be accurate every time...
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+Ron Polland https://youtu.be/QRvO_1B5dfc
I guess so but does that make the other stance wrong? As they say, there's more than one way to skin a cat.
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Sure, it’s easier to simply build in the assumption that government and its agents are our good-hearted protectors per se, but everything we know about incentives and the logic of human action suggests that just the opposite is true—that government power is itself the most immediate threat to American lives and liberties.
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Darren Wolfe is the former Eastern Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania. He grew up in Puerto Rico and lived in Venezuela for seven years, including the first year of Chavez' rule. Darren presently blogs as the International Libertarian. His articles have appeared in OpEdNews.com, the Libertarian Penn, and the Nolanchart.com. News services such as the New York Post.com and Rational Review have published links to his work.
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