When your Universal Healthcare system is broke and failing, what do you do? You withhold care from people who you have accused of “Hate Speech”. That should save the UK millions of pounds.
During our Brownells Bullet Points segment, Professor Paul discusses the idea of “breaking in guns.” In this day and age, is there a legitimate reason why a gun might need a break-in period?
Also, for this week’s SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, we ponder the question, do people who are poor or “broke” have the right to self-defense? Before you answer, the Internet gun community might have something else to say.
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- Brownells Bullet Points – brownells.com
- TOPIC: Breaking in a New Gun?
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- UK: National Health Service to Deny Treatment for ‘Hate Speech’ www.breitbart.com
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A National Health Service (NHS) trust has announced that it will withdraw treatment from patients it deems to be racist or sexist.
The North Bristol NHS Trust announced that patients will be subject a “sports-style disciplinary yellow card and then final red card in which treatment would be withdrawn as soon as is safe” on its official website.
The policy would cover not just “Threatening and offensive language” but also “Racist or sexist language, gestures or behaviour” more generally, as well as “malicious allegations” — a rather troubling caveat, given the NHS has in the past been entangled in large-scale malpractice scandals which hospitals and staff have initially denied.
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