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It seems a commentator at Style Weekly does not approve of Open Carry, because it makes others feel nervous and unsafe. And this is from a Peace Activist who claims to be a gun owner.
How Safe is a Public Space When Some of Us Feel Nervous Around Open-Carry Weapons?
This is Paul Fleisher...
So, according to Henrico police, a visible handgun inside an employee's car parked on school property is a crime -- even unknowingly.
What is it about Henrico County?
Gun, ammo found in staff member's car at Henrico school; charges are pending, police say
And since when is...
A Richmond Public Square event:
Police shootings caused by poverty or acts of prejudice?
Ironically, there's so such thing as a concealed weapons permit.
Imagine if he were openly carrying so all could see, including LEOs.
So, yeah, maybe he should be worried.
Does this mean he cannot possess a firearm?
Suffolk police file charges against State Del. Rick Morris in connection with assaults of child, family member
Well, he has nine kids; I wonder how many guns he has?
Seems the experts are slowly catching up to us and agree with the reality we have known all along.
Deaths highlight myriad challenges of protective orders
Notice that the none of the experts interviewed advised women like Meador to have and carry their own protection with them. The whole...
That's the sensational headline from WTVR.com. Sounds like brandishing, except ...
Chesterfield school bus driver calls police after woman waves gun outside home
So basically, "better safe than sorry" ... what a sorry excuse for post-modern parenting.
So, the new narrative from the attorney who represents Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez, the cop who shot Philando Castile, is that he had to shoot because:
So, it seems they have gone from racial profiling to open-carry profiling. Not helping.
Cop's lawyer blames driver's gun, not his race
When McAwful, by the stroke of his pen, restored the rights of all ex-felons, there would be consequences. But this?
Attorneys for man accused of killing state trooper seek eligibility of convicted felons to serve on jury
In light of McAwful's Excutive Order, what to make of this?
Norfolk businessman with ties to political, business leaders gets 3 years for "mini-arsenal"
However, he had most of his rights restored:
As for the alleged "Mini-Arsenal" ...