We The People

We The People

Friday, December 23, 2016

Gun Control Laws Conflict with Data about Gun Owners & Crime | National Review

Gun Control Laws Conflict with Data about Gun Owners & Crime | National Review:

Image result for flickr commons images Nazi Germany"The fallacy of believing that the way to reduce shootings is to disarm peaceful people extends from domestic gun-control laws to international disarmament agreements. If disarmament agreements reduced the dangers of war, there would never have been a World War II.

The decades leading up to that war were filled with international disarmament agreements. As with domestic gun-control laws, the agreements were followed by peaceful countries and ignored by belligerent countries that built up huge war machines, such as in Nazi Germany and imperial Japan."