Saturday, January 17, 2004
More On Gun Control [UPDATED]


The following link is a compilation of discussion about American attitudes toward guns, and why they are so important. It is LONG. This conversation dates back to before Mr. Bill Whittle had his own blog (one I have recently discovered - it complements Mr. den Beste's site brilliantly), and was limited to holding discussions on Rachel Lucas' weblog.

Even though the entry is long, I highly recommend it to those of you desiring a deeper understanding of the American psyche - who we are, why we act the way we do, and why it's a good thing that we do. For those of you who are already familiar with these concepts, it makes for a good refresher course.

Anyway, without further ado: Guns and Freedom.

Mr. Whittle has chronicled and expanded upon those comments on his own site. Again, it's long, but worth it - I'm tempted to make it required reading]

[HatTip to the Peeve Farm archives.]
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