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Armed With a Cause

Jay Wye Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 5:19 PM
Any university would be glad to give you all the assurances you want. EMPTY assurances. We've BEEN doing that "gun-free zone" nonsense,and it hasn't worked,PERIOD. In REALITY,there IS NO SUCH THING as a "gun-free zone". People have gotten guns past security in heavily "secured" airports,and into courthouses,past armed guards and metal detectors. There is NO legal right for anyone to enact such unsecured "gun-free zones" in places open to the general public such as universities and post offices. Only in special circumstances can such zones Constitutionally exist,as in courts,prisons,and other high-security places that are NOT open to the general public.
CardSenseJimmyBond Wrote: Nov 12, 2012 5:42 PM
Only way "accountability" would be real is if those "accountable" would volunteer as popup targets on a live-fire range...

One student’s fight to allow concealed carry permit holders to exercise that right on campus has spread to over 350 colleges and universities nationwide.


From Townhall Magazine's Townhall of Fame feature by Leah Barkoukis:

On April 16, 2007, a lone gunman murdered 32 students and faculty at Virginia Tech before eventually taking his own life. In the wake of the massacre, Chris Brown, a student at the University of North Texas, decided it was time to take a stand against anti-concealed...