Another Push For Gun Control

Dear Editor,

The killing of three staff and three children, one of whom is reported to have tried to warn everyone by pulling a fire alarm before being shot by this animal which in my eyes makes her a hero, is now being used to again push for gun control. If the reports are true, this thing (and I refer to it as a “thing,” not a person because of what it did, not what it is) the parents knew it had bought at least one gun and did not raise an alarm and, in my opinion, have a level of responsibility for what has happen. Now there is a push to NOT release the manifesto it wrote because of what it might do to the trans/gay/whatever community. I personally don’t care about your sexual orientation as long as you follow the law when purchasing and owning a firearm. It’s your Constitutional right, and I might point out a right actually stated, not made up, in our founding document.

As for the argument as to what constitutes an “automatic” weapon, if you go by the definition of the (National Socialist) Democratic Party, anything not bolt action that is able to hold more than one round (that’s ‘bullet’ to you anti-gun whiners) at a time fits your definition of an “automatic” weapon, which would include revolvers (that’s a gun that has the round thing that holds more than one round or ‘bullet’ at a time).

This country belongs to The People. Those that work in the government work for us, not the other way around. We elect those that do what happens to us so we deserve what we get. If you don’t vote, you deserve what you get.

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”

Carpe Diem

Alan Marshall

Killing People Is Hate

Dear Editor,

As our country reels from the murder of three little children and three adults in a quiet Christian school, so the mass media spin their reporting to ignore the obvious.

The murderer was a sexual deviant and former student at the school who had obviously come to despise the school’s Christian foundation. His/her hatred was so vitriolic and venomous that he/she broke into the school with the express purpose of murdering people, even innocent children. The mother of the hate-filled murderer is a vehement anti-Second Amendment activist, incidentally.

The Leftist activist group Trans Resistance issued a defiant statement that concluded “hate has consequences.”  It sure does; six innocent people have been viciously and violently killed. If that isn’t “hate”, what is?

Earlier this month on a left wing television show for women, Jane Fonda felt comfortable enough to call for the murder of people who are pro-life. Really. She was absolutely serious, and only began to backpedal a little when confronted by the stunned silence that resulted from her statement.

And just the other day, Wayne State English professor Steven Shaviro publicly called for the assassination of conservative speakers. He said it is “far more admirable to kill a racist, homophobic or transphobic speaker than to shout them down.”

This is today’s political Left.

So, tell me again, which side of the political spectrum is filled with hate?

Austin Morris