Gun Control Fails Again

California consistently scores the highest on the Brady Campaign Scorecard [PDF] meaning they have the most draconian gun laws on the books. You can’t carry a firearm unless you’re extremely wealth or politically well connected so I have to ask, which was this guy:

The gunman who killed seven people and injured three others at a California college has been named by police as 43-year-old One Goh.

If Goh was not wealth or politically well connect it should have been impossible for him to carry a firearm into that school. That is, of course, if you’re dumb enough to believe the gun control advocates’ claims about gun control being an effective means of preventing crimes involving firearms. What could have stopped Goh before he managed to murder seven people? Another armed individual who could have fought back. Unfortunately this occurred at a school, which is a gun-free zone in California. Wait… if college campuses are gun-free zones then how did Goh carry a firearm onto campus grounds? Was he not properly informed? Perhaps the idea of gun-free zones is a load of malarkey and does nothing to prevent criminals from brining a firearm onto a college campus.

Time and time again the ideas of the gun control advocates are proven to be entirely wrong. It’s a good thing people are waking up to this fact because were people still listening to the gun control advocates we wouldn’t have so many states allowing individuals to legally carry a firearm.

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  1. I would argue that New Jersey is more draconian than California. While they score only second it seems like their laws are designed to turn anyone into felons. I think one area that they are better than California is I think they can have up to 15 round magazines. From what I have read they laws basically outlaw all gun ownership with criminal penalties and then they carve out an exception to criminal prosecution for people with their permits and registered pistols.

    Most states start out with the presumption of innocence and then ban specific things rather than starting from the presumption of guilt and allowing certain things.

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