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    Domestic data spies have proved useless in stopping mass shooters. Andrew Napolitano

    As we know from the tragedy last week in San Bernardino, Calif., the government’s strategy and practices failed to keep us safe. The governmental failure at San Bernardino was the confluence of a state government with antipathy and animosity toward the natural right of self-defense and a federal government attempting to devour far more data than it can handle.

    The San Bernardino killings — like those in Newtown, Conn., at Virginia Tech, in Roseburg, Ore., and in Paris — occurred on or near government property where lawful guns were banned. These no-gun zones are the most dangerous places on the planet when a person armed to the teeth and determined to kill enters upon them.

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    No one ever said it did ... so why do they continue to do so? That's the question.

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    Because the powers that be like having that data available to go after political opponents.


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