A teacher at my school posted this on his door, and my friend and I thought this was rather tactless considering the recent school shootings. So I posted a sign next to it that said “this offends me <—-”
Apparently he called us cowards in his next block class. I kind of want to walk into his classroom and ask him why he thinks I’m a coward and present him with my rather articulate argument for gun control, a subject which I researched at length and wrote an article about for the school newspaper. Good idea or bad idea?
I wrote a biography on Thomas Jefferson once when I was in high school.
THAT DID NOT IN ANY WAY, SHAPE, MATTER OR FORM MAKE ME AN EXPERT ON THOMAS JEFFERSON.
The problem with your generation is that you think you have the right to not be offended. Check your Constitution. It’s not in there. You know what is? The right to a firearm.
Articulate your argument for gun control here. I’m sure whatever you come up with can be either proven wrong or discredited. Come on now…
Just about every single “fact” they spouted during the gun debate can be disproved or discredited quite easily. The American people aren’t THAT stupid… try again (and they will).
Gregory Dean, Jr. was pulled over in New Lebanon, N.Y., Sunday for a light on his license plate being burnt out. But what began as a simple traffic stop ended up with Dean being arrested over two bullets in his registered firearm, which put him in violation of the state’s new law, the Journal News reported.
Last month, a provision in New York’s strict gun control laws went into effect, making it illegal to have more than seven rounds in a magazine unless said firearm was being used at a range or in a competition.
The state troopers saw a .40-caliber pistol on Dean’s passenger side when they approached his window. Although it was lawfully possessed by Dean, they discovered nine bullets within the magazine, putting him two bullets over the seven-bullet max set by the Secure Ammunition and Firearms Enforcement Act.
Dean was arrested for this violation and charged with unlawful possession for the number of bullets in the ammunition feeding device and third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation, according to the Journal News. Both are misdemeanor charges that went along with infractions he received regarding the light outage on his vehicle as well.
Dean was released without bail and has a court date for later this month.
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