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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Freedom under attack from multiple sources

In an indication that certain opportunists may be seeking to attack freedom, activists in the Trayvon Martin death case in Florida have now initiated a movement to rescind Georgia's Stand Your Ground self-defense law that allows citizens leeway in using firearms to defend their lives and homes.
Florida has a similar law, although law enforcement officials and legal experts have stated that the circumstances of the Martin case have nothing to do with the Stand Your Ground bill.
However, restricting the Second Amendment rights of citizens to use guns to protect their lives and property has been proved to have no effect on crime and violence in America...

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