Skip to comments.The Student's Empirical Case for the Second Amendment
Posted on 12/19/2011 10:14:12 AM PST by TheCollegeConservative
As a heated issue among the American public, gun control has undoubtedly become one of the most salient topics in relation to law and public policy. Additionally, as a response to the wave of campus crime and gun violence through the recent decades, many universities have adapted the policy of a gun-free zone for their campuses. Setting aside the Constitutional intent on the issue, empirical results on college campuses have consistently illustrated the harm that gun-free zones pose.
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Second Amendment protections were put in place so that citizens could shoot operatives of an oppressive government, not deer.
They will not protect an individual from someone who is bent on revenge.
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