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Every heinous criminal massacre has the same effect, so-called reasonable people step forward to call for more restrictions, more laws, more regulations. You are sure to encounter some of these people. Professor Paul details a Three Step process for smashing the gun control argument.

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(Original Episode #: 254 | Original Publish Date: 10/05/2015)


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From www.studentofthegun.com:

Smashing the Gun Control Argument in 3 Easy Steps

Smashing the Gun Control (human control) argument is so easy that even a Columbia journalism major could do it, if they some how possessed the courage to try. What follows is a simple three step process to addressing the argument for civilian disarmament. All so-called “gun control” regulations exempt the government, or more aptly, employees of the state.

Gun control laws also by definition exempt criminals and those with criminal intent. A criminal is a person prone to or engaged in “unlawful activity”.  Therefore, Malum Prohibitum laws concerning firearms will not prevent a criminal from possessing or using a gun in the commission of a crime. A violation of an existing Malum Prohibitum statute is merely an additional charge to add to the charges of Murder, Attempted Murder, Aggravated Assault, etc.

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