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Think you could pull a concealed weapon in a crisis? Think again [video]

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We’d all like to prevent a gunman from wreaking havoc, some by making it more difficult to obtain weapons, period, some by arming themselves at all times.

What we need to remember is that acting effectively under the kind of extreme pressure a crisis buy furosemide 40 mg uk presents takes specialized training that doesn’t always even adequately prepare professionals for the shock.

The price of such unpreparedness could be your life…or the lives of other innocents. Are you really willing to take that chance?


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The U.S. has Gone F&*%ing Mad

by James Allworth, published February 22, 2016 at Medium

On December 2, 2015, an absolute tragedy occurred. 14 Americans were killed and 22 were seriously injured in a mass shooting in San Bernardino.

Which of the following would you attribute responsibility for what happened:

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Let me give you a hint. It’s not the one that comes in five flavors.

Next question: in the wake of San Bernardino, which one is the US Government going after?

Do you know how a properly functioning society would react to an event like San Bernardino? I do — because I’ve had the misfortune of living through such an event. On the 28th of April, 1996, a gunman equipped with an AR-15 assault rifle — the same kind that the San Bernardino shooters used — opened fire in Port Arthur, in Australia. 35 people were killed and 23 were wounded. It remains one of the world’s deadliest shootings by a single person.

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Small-Bore? President Obama’s Actions on Guns Make Marginal Changes

by Pete Williams, NBC

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Brandon Wexler shows a customer one of the weapons that she was picking up at the end of the three day waiting period at the K&W Gunworks store on the day that U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington, DC announced his executive action on guns on January 5, 2016 in Delray Beach, Florida. Joe Raedle / Getty Images

The conservative blogosphere, normally quick to accuse President Obama of overreach by executive order, is noticeably muted in response to his latest actions on guns.

That’s true even regarding the administration’s effort to increase the number of gun sellers who are federally licensed and therefore required to conduct background checks on gun buyers.

“Most of President Obama’s new executive actions about guns are suggestions. Some of the suggestions deserve widespread support,” said Prof. David Kopel of the University of Denver, a conservative constitutional expert.

Why such a subdued response? For the most part, the president’s actions do not change existing law or expand legal restrictions on gun buyers or sellers.

No one is required to have a license to sell guns as a result of these new initiatives who wasn’t also required by federal gun law to do so before.

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