Getting Rid of Gun Free Zones: A good op-ed in the Houston Chronicle
In opposing the concealed handgun law in 1995, the language was similar. "Blood in the streets," a return to the "Wild West," and "shootouts at every four way stop."
None of this occurred. Since then, little has changed.
The tragedy at Virginia Tech reignited this debate and again demonstrated how clueless the anti-self defense crowd can be. Once again, emotional pleas, not thoughtful consideration of the facts, fuel the editorial process. . . . .
Read the whole thing.