Guns, Crime, and Freedom

  • Title: Guns, Crime, and Freedom
  • Author: Wayne LaPierre
  • ISBN: 9780895264770
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Guns Crime and Freedom National Rifle Association Vice President Wayne LaPierre reveals why responsible Americans have the right to keep and bear arms Addressing every point of contention concerning the original intent of t
    National Rifle Association Vice President Wayne LaPierre reveals why responsible Americans have the right to keep and bear arms Addressing every point of contention concerning the original intent of the 2nd Amendment, LaPierre illuminates the Amendment s modern implications and debunks the myth that gun ownership contributes to America s crime rate.

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    1. Everyone agrees that this country has a problem with crime. Many criminals use guns to commit crimes, but the most effective counter to them is enforcement of the laws already in existence. New laws restricting guns will only disarm the law-abiding population. Wayne LaPierre makes this case in the mid-1990s, hence his many references to the Clinton Adminstration, Waco and Ruby Ridge.In fact, opposition to gun control is only a fraction of the mission of the NRA. In addition, the NRA promotes gun [...]

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    2. Outstanding! Sadly the constant anti-gun rhetoric loudly clamors itself to the masses and true, fact based writing such as this don't get out to correct sure errors. Books such as this need to be sent to our elected officials with hopes that one, they read them, and two, act on them

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    3. "Guns, Crime, and Freedom" is a quick and informative read that should be required reading for anyone trying to formulate an opinion on the always-raging gun debate in the United States. LaPierre has done a good job to collect the relevant data and anecdotes to support this hypothesis: gun rights are a net positive for American society and more punitive gun control laws aid criminals while impeding law-abiding citizens.To me, this book is split into two main parts, one discussing the history of [...]

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    4. After having many discussions with family and friends about the treachery of the Gov't and the gun-haters, Wayne put it all into perspective and backed it up with serious references of proof. This book was so well written, I am amazed that I only came across it this year. The deception of the anti-gun, anti-freedom mongers out there should be completely ashamed of themselves. Thanks to people like Wayne LaPierre, we have a large group fighting for the God-Given right to protect ourselves. Everyo [...]

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    5. My husband is passionate about guns. It seems that his political views are mainly based on gun rights (which candidate will promote it). He has his permit to carry a gun. He and I were discussing a subject he brought up the other day that a society where everyone carries a gun is a polite society. This was hard for me to be open-minded about because I’ve been very scared of guns my whole life (I wouldn’t even allow them in our house until I finally gave in 2 years ago). I'm a really peace ad [...]

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    6. I'm a second-admendment sympathist myself so take my words with a grain of salt, especially if you are a gun control sympathist, but I thought it is a great discussion on why the second admendment is still valid today.

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    7. Written during the Clinton administration when the term "Assault Weapon" became the favorite label of gun control freaks for all "scary" looking guns. They haven't given up on taking American citzens right to arm themselves against an oppressive, totalitarian government and they never will.

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    8. Got this book as a present from my son (who didn't really know what it was about) so I read it. It was dated and not even a little balanced, but it was interesting to hear a perspective I hadn't heard much of before.

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    9. I feel this book gathered into one place a lot of pertinent information that any constitutionalist should know regarding the attempts of our leaders to remove or dilute our God-given rights to protect ourselves, and our property.

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    10. While the book is a bit dated now, it still provides a great deal of history on our Second Amendment and helps explain the importance of a well armed society. It also provides some great talking points to use if you are confronted with some misguided fool who supports gun control.

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    11. truthful excellent read for anyone interested in personal right to bear arms

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    12. Don't remember when I read this. This is packed with lots of details. With the gun debate, I sometimes question the findings though.

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