Time was in America when an individual citizen was the master of his domain. His person, his family, his property, his home, were under the control of no one but him. It was up to him to keep and maintain them. It was also up to him to protect and defend them.
That time in America was not so long ago. Many citizens who have not even reached the age of 60 still remember that time.
In spite of the fact that in most of mainstream, heartland America represented by rural areas, villages, and small towns and cities, the citizens by and large had guns for both protection and hunting, one never heard about school shootings.
Schools were not even "gun-free zones." Yet nobody was ever shot at school.
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