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There's that word NEED again. And we are talking about a purely protective item.

What if the Gov said you can no longer put a safe room in your house because you "could" hide from authorities?

Or if they said you could no longer own a safe because you could hide things inside that they want access to?

Where does it stop?

I would also like to add that if the Gov (State or Fed) wants to continue raising the age of everything to 21 they had better plan on changing the rules for the military and selective service. The hypocrisy of saying "You can't buy a gun, or cigarettes, or a beer, but you are old enough to be drafted and sent to some foreign country to fight and die to defend the "rights" that you are not allowed to enjoy" should bother everyone who has a real conscience. 

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1 hour ago, doebuck1234 said:

And another just hit the news in Tulsa,truly is getting f'in ridiculous 

I haven't heard alot of details yet but the news said this one was personal against a certain Doctor. The shooter was seeking revenge. But its still early to get the real details. Another tragedy for sure.

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This is California's response to protecting students from mass shootings in school.

On 24 May, a sociopath who should have been on the short list for threat vectors of every school guidance counselor and, by extension, local law enforcement walked unimpeded into an Uvalde, Texas, elementary school and murdered 21 people, including 19 children, injuring others.

Two days later, California's State Senate voted to end a requirement that schools report students who commit or threaten violence in schools. Read that again.

The existing law prior to the change stipulated: "Whenever any employee of a school district or county superintendent of schools is attacked, assaulted, or physically threatened by any pupil, the employee and any person under whose direction or supervision the employee is employed who has knowledge of the incident are required to promptly report the incident to specified law enforcement authorities."

The Senate has officially repealed this requirement.

According to the sponsor of the bill change, Los Angeles leftist Steven Bradford, reporting such violence harms the student: "Our existing system has led to alarming disparities in the type of students who are most likely to suffer these harms. Black students, Latinx students, students of color, and students with disabilities are disproportionately referred to law enforcement, cited, and arrested."

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10 hours ago, SportsmanNH said:

I haven't heard alot of details yet but the news said this one was personal against a certain Doctor. The shooter was seeking revenge. But its still early to get the real details. Another tragedy for sure.

Just heard about this. Terrible. Of course, the gun/guns just got up and walked into that building and did the deed. Send Kamala..she will straighten things out.

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