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Knives are also banned at this state's capital but Ms. Carol Oates makes no mention of them. Is she saying that items banned at the Austin State House are equally dangerous to the public simply due to their banned status?

Should both guns and knives receive the same level of scrutiny in regards to their danger to the public if they are equally banned in certain government buildings?

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The right to self defense requires the unfettered ability to keep and bear whatever arms the criminals might have.

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Why the principle of "proportional defense" is ethical nonsense.

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The Second Amendment
In 1791 Congress adopted the Bill of Rights. In this legislation was the Second Amendment, which protected the rights of all Americans to bear arms. The primary reason for the Second Amendment was so the states could maintain a well regulated militia. Each ...

This latest shooting creates an existential dilemma. With the power of hindsight, wouldn't it be better to carry even in places that are outlawed because you just don't know when/where the next mad man will strike? However, you do know that he will most likely strike in gun free zones. I would rather be alive and kill a mad man in a church than be dead with my gun in the trunk of my car. 

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Self defense is one of the most important civil rights we have. 
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