More laws are not the answer in my opinion. Laws are passed by governments to set standards of conduct (legal vs illegal). These laws also set punishments. However, laws cannot determine conduct. Criminals will always break the law. There are laws against bank robbery, yet banks are robbed every day. Short of making it illegal for anyone to own any type of gun, gun laws will not work. There is always someone willing to break the law.
Exactly.... that's why half of Mexico now lives in TEXAS and now we're gonna give them Obamacare.
And pay for it!
 September 30, 2015 at 10:07am
I agree with what you say here. Although I will point out that gun rights are the ONLY ones mentioned in you post that are specifically addressed and guaranteed in the US Constitution.
 September 3, 2015 at 3:40pm
Marnin said above: “if you give an inviting target, you shouldn’t be surprised when someone tries to take advantage of it”. So by your logic, girls in short dresses invite rape.
 September 1, 2015 at 4:14pm
“Libertarian Socialist” ? That has to be a contradiction in terms, like Military Intelligence.
October 30, 2014 at 1:43pm
And the nation says “so?” Can he do the job? If Yes, then WHO CARES?
 September 9, 2014 at 10:53am
Direct quote from the press release, “Panera respects the rights of gun owners, but asks our customers to help preserve the environment we are working to create for our guests and associates.” They claim to respect our rights but want to prohibit us from exorcising our rights. You can’t do both at the same time. Typical liberal speak.
 September 9, 2014 at 10:22am
Georgia law requires that any business that wants to ban concealed carry must post the policy on all entrances. Until I see that sign, I can legally carry my concealed handgun into that business. Having said that, “gun free” businesses are targets for criminals. Why would I want to expose myself and family to an environment that invites criminals?
November 22, 2013 at 1:46pm
If the union wants to take over the factory, let them try. All Management has to do is not buy any raw material, turn off the water, gas, lights, and internet access and wait. Soon the workers will get cold, hungry, thirsty, and run out of material to “run the factory” themselves.
September 17, 2013 at 12:00pm
My impression from watching the video was that his hands were cuffed together in front. Can’t twist the arm behind the back from that position. Seems they may have cuffed his hands BEFORE he started resisting.
 February 15, 2013 at 4:15pm
jrook, you said “why not do something useful and answer the question as to why the gun industry “loses track” of 100,000 guns every year.” The “gun industry” does not loose track of 100,000 guns every year. Manufactures sell/send guns to retailers and keep records on each shipment. Retailers sell to law abiding citizens. The gun industry has no responsibility to “track” guns past the wholesale shipment to the retailer. Just like Canada, registration will lead to confiscation. Once a government employee decides your registered firearm is no longer on the “approved list” it will be confiscated. Or you face criminal charges. BTW, Canada just repealed their registration law.