Skip to comments.THE WASHINGTON TIMES Review of "The War on Guns:Arming yourself against gun control lies"
Posted on 08/30/2016 10:16:44 AM PDT by VictimsRightsPro2a
In his new book, The War on Guns: Arming Yourself Against Gun Control Lies, John Lott methodically dismantles one popular gun-control myth after another. It has been said that a lie told often enough becomes the truth, and a similar phenomenon is overwhelming the gun debate in America. Oft-repeated untruths have formed common beliefs that often sway the debate about firearms. Gun-control advocates have learned that their exaggerated claims are likely to go unchecked by a largely sympathetic media, allowing them to control the narrative and shape public opinion.
What is more, as Mr. Lott explains, billionaire elitists like George Soros and Michael Bloomberg are spending hundreds of millions of dollars lobbying legislators, funding conclusion-driven research, developing grass-roots organizations, and literally training reporters to cover gun control issues the way they want them covered; the purpose being to negatively distort the publics view of firearms so that there is less resistance when gun rights are taken away. There is an astonishing amount of money being poured into the gun-control movement, and the success of the movement will ultimately depend on how the public perceives the issues meaning that facts are now more important than ever.
(Excerpt) Read more at washingtontimes.com ...
Works for me.
John Lott is a Conservative Movement hero. God Bless him...
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Another lie the ignorant anti-gun crowd like to spread is that semi-auto “assault rifles” are easily converted to fully automatic.
I have read on another public forum where an anti-gun critic claimed that an AR-15 can be converted to automatic by simply removing a pin. When I challenged him to provide proof, he said that he didn’t know where it was, but he was sure it was true because he read it on the Internet (probably from a liberal as ignorant as him).
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“I have read on another public forum where an anti-gun critic claimed that an AR-15 can be converted to automatic by simply removing a pin.”
That was from the Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate, William Weld:
Jeez, what a moron. He ought to run for president under the communist party because he is so ignorant and doesn’t want to know the truth.
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And the Democrats plan to reduce all of the murders in Democrat controlled Big cities is micro-stamping bullets, which has been tried a number of times in attempting to pass such laws in anti-gun states.
The NRA has explained for many years how it is unworkable, but that makes no difference to the Dims.
State lawmaker wants to curb Chicago crime by tracking bullets
Posted 12:25 PM, August 30, 2016, by Tonya Francisco, Updated at 12:56pm, August 30, 2016
CHICAGO — An Illinois State Representative from Chicago is addressing the violence epidemic in the city, in a different way.
Rep. Sonya Harper, D-Chicago, represents some of the most crime-ridden communities, including Englewood and the Back of the Yards neighborhood.
Harper introduced her plan Tuesday for a bill that would require ammunition makers to stamp serial numbers on every bullet sold in Illinois.
Harper says shootings would go down, because it would be easier to track providers of illegally acquired ammunition.
Tuesday, August 30, 2016 06:15PM
CHICAGO (WLS) —
An Illinois state lawmaker plans to propose a bill that would require serial numbers be stamped on all ammunition sold in Illinois.
State Rep. Sonya Harper, D-Chicago, believes that serial numbers would help track bullets and help police identify those who are illegally distributing ammunition.
“We’re not trying to get rid of responsible gun owners guns, we just want to know how the guns and the bullets are getting into the hands of our youth and causing senseless harm and murder,” Harper said.
Harper was joined on Tuesday by several state lawmakers, Chicago aldermen and others in support of the proposal.
Harper said she hopes to file the bill later this week.
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