Saturday, March 31, 2007

Stop The Presses: Anti-Gunners Wrong Again

BELLEVUE, Wash., March 30

"Data released by the Minneapolis, Minn. Star Tribune Friday showing that anti-gunners were wrong in their predictions about Wild West shootouts and blood in the streets is a vindication of every armed citizen in the state, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said.

According to the newspaper, people with gun permits are far less likely to be involved in a crime, whether it is a physical assault, a drug crime or even drunken driving. Authorities have confirmed that the hysterical predictions about gunfights at traffic stops and danger to children simply have not materialized.

"You will not hear an apology or any kind of acknowledgement (sic) from the anti-self-defense crowd about the statistics," predicted CCRKBA Executive Director Joe Waldron. "No doubt they will try to blame the law for crimes committed by people carrying guns illegally. But the newspaper did a good job of sorting out fact from fiction, and it has found that only a miniscule number of licensed citizens have been involved in serious crimes, and a tiny fraction of armed citizens have had their permits revoked.

"We knew all along what Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek told the newspaper," he continued. "The worst predictions of gun control advocates who bitterly fought to keep this law off the books just haven't come true. We're delighted that the press, which did not support the law, has at least acknowledged the public's right to know how the law is working.

"Minnesota is just one more state where people have been given the opportunity to pass a law and see how it really works," Waldron observed."

Lets see now, hold on while I do a quick check of the NORTHERN ALLIANCE blogs...


Nope. Lots of thoughts on many of the hive-mind major topics, but not a grassroots offering to be found.

Anyway, thats why you come here and other places that pay attention to important things like protecting your family when the going gets rough, and all we can do is promise you that we won't just talk about it, we'll remain actively engaged in DOING SOMETHING about it.

Minnesota, aside from being culture-free and snow-ridden, isn't all that much different than states that have a summertime. Give honest men and women power, and they will exercise it wisely.

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