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Friday, December 20, 2013

Gun owners increasingly expected to cater to irrational fears of hoplophobes

In other words, it's useful to be terrified of guns--at least those not carried by the government's hired muscle. That perhaps begs the question of "'useful' to whom?" In seeking that answer, one cannot help but observe that it serves the purposes of the "government monopoly on force" zealots rather well. That, of course, makes it "useful" to the enemies of our way of life.

That should be all we need to know about it. [More]

That's today's St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner. Please give it a look, and tell a friend--and Facebook "likes" and "shares" are hugely appreciated.


Anonymous said...

There is a difference between healthy respect for (or even rational fear of) something, and irrational phobia. Should African-Americans be barred from public parks to avoid offending white racists? Should gay people be rounded up and put into concentration camps so homophobes won't have to see them? The Bill of Rights protects a right to keep and bear arms. It does not guarantee that paranoids will never have to see anything that scares or annoys them.