The Democrat Socialist Mayor of St. Louis is playing a dangerous game with the lives of the people. Through a sleight of hand trick, the Mayor and her Aldermen have “reclassified” city parks, athletic fields, and recreation facilities to buck state law and make them “gun-free zones”.
During our Brownell’s Bullet Points segment, Professor Pau has a question for you all. When it comes to being a better-trained marksman, what is more important; ammo or accessories. Hold your answers until you listen.
We have a SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters. We will once more focus on the need to be dangerous on demand. It is not always the 2-legged predators that we need to fear. Even in the city, 4-legged predators are a threat.
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- TOPIC: What is more important; Ammo or Accessories?
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- TOPIC: Coyote Attack in Chicago [Dangerous on Demand] wsiltv.com
- Guns now banned from St. Louis City parks www.stltoday.com
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Chicago authorities say a young boy walking with an adult outside a Lincoln Park nature museum was bitten by a coyote.
Fire Department spokesman Larry Merritt says the attack on the 5-year-old occurred outside the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum on Wednesday.
The boy was bitten about the head several times before he and the woman sought refuge on a bus. The boy was taken to Lurie Children’s Hospital, where he was reported in stable condition.
Police say the coyote ran north through the park after the attack and Chicago Animal Care and Control officers are searching for the animal.
Guns are now banned from St. Louis city parks after Mayor Lyda Krewson on Friday signed a bill into law.
The bill, which was passed last week by the St. Louis Board of Aldermen by a vote of 16-2, applies to all firearms, whether they are visible or concealed, at all 110 city-owned parks, athletic fields and recreation facilities.
“It’s another tool to help police keep our playground and recreation facilities safe,” said Jacob Long, the mayor’s director of communications.
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