Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Did Victim Culture Kill Reporter, Photographer?

Parker and Ward
As the story unfolds concerning the brutal murder of reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward, there is no doubt that murderer Vester Lee Flanagan II, a black, gay man, had been socialized by race and gay hustlers to find hidden meaning in anything that could be twisted into being considered offensive.

General Manager Jeff Marks said Flanagan had been fired because he was "difficult to work with," and was "looking out for people to say things that he could take offense to." Eventually he was fired, and police had to be called to escort him from the TV station.

The fact his employment files showed workers were instructed to call 911 if Flanagan was ever seen on the property, shows Marks was probably being more kind to the kind of monster Flanagan was than he described.

This is why it's so important to oppose race hustlers and similar liberals like Al Sharpton, who encourage this type of unjustified anger by asserting so many people are victims.

Too bad people aren't giving heed to the need to bear arms, as it would save a lot of lives.

Obviously the gun control nuts are out in force once again in an attempt to use this tragedy to further their despicable agenda to disarm America. That has already backfired, as a number of news outlets and Internet sites have called for these people to shut up and respect the real victims of this crime.

Saturday, August 22, 2015

There Should Be No Gun-Free Zones in Public Places

It's incredibly ignorant to continually push for gun-free zones in public places, as it obviously invites those intent on doing harm to come and do so.

While it's great to see the Texas state law implemented which allows concealed handguns for those with permits to be in classrooms, dorms and other areas, it's unfortunate it left wiggle room for universities to still be able to designate some areas as gun-free. It makes no sense.

In this world as it is, who wants to hang out in a place that forbids people to protect themselves? Are people so ignorant as to think this will stop anyone with the intent to harm others? The point is to make sure anyone thinking of hurting others will have to pay a big price for their actions.

Some Texas universities, such as the University of Texas, have formed committees to write policies concerning how guns will be allowed on campus.

The problem that will arise is the universities' leadership will attempt to limit the spirit of the law, which will bring about lawsuits to clarify it. There is already a battle brewing over how much discretion universities in Texas have concerning the law.

Gun opponents in power will do everything they can to make it hard for those carrying guns.

The Texas law will take effect on August 1, 2016. We'll see how it plays out leading up to that date, as it will likely reveal the hurdles and stalling tactic similar laws and measures will face going forward.

As for gun-free zones, we need to continue to diligently pursue the abandonment of this idea, and open up all public places so being able to defend ourselves.