Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Young city rich discover gun rights
Yups, SWPLs et al. If you can get past the insufferability — ‘look how cool we are, yet we carry’ — you can see a libertarian teachable teaching moment. (Thanks, Brother Stephen.)
If everybody is more educated, less people are going to get hurt due to accidents.
Part of the message of the NRA.
As soon as I woke up I realized we had nothing to defend ourselves.

What it underscored is this concept that I’m responsible for my own safety.

It’s only a growing movement as far as I’m concerned, with the economy, and the city’s inability to protect people.

Carrying a firearm in a bank is not prohibited by law in Pennsylvania, although, like any business exercising private-property rights, individual banks can have a policy against it.

I really don’t think it matters what our feelings are ... you have a right to bear arms.

As for carrying, Laden says it’s a right. “I always thought it was normal to carry,” noting his grandfather holstered a revolver while running a local taproom in the 1950s. “Basically, I carry a gun because, unlike Nutter et al., I can’t carry a cop.”

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