There seems to be a campaign going on to completely demonize gun ownership in the media these days. I was very concerned that there may be something fishy about the Aurora shooting. That (rightly) caught our attention, and ever since, the issue of gun ownership has been thrust into our face by the media.
Just a couple of days ago, the media begins reminding us of the shooting that took place in Arizona. I was very curious about the motivation behind that. I was appalled that the Loughner case was even brought up in such prominence (hint look at the timestamps of the news stories). I thought it was a dirty trick although I should have expected it.
Now today we have another mass shooting! I can’t believe this. On top of that the victims were Sikhs, which I understand to be enemies of Muslims.
This shooting and its religious angles will surely be exploited for political gain. I can’t wrap my head around this at all. All I do know is there is a very, very strong push to take our guns. If Americans can’t see the writing on the wall, they should definitely take a closer look at the situation. Here is a good link on the true cost of banning guns. Our founding fathers specifically mentioned the right to keep and bear arms. This wasn’t added because “hunting and shooting are part of a national heritage”. They were added to keep us safe from tyranny.
There is indeed tyranny that we face today. Take the Anaheim protests for example, notice the police are getting more and more militaristic than ever. This is the reason for the push for more gun