Why Victim Disarmament Zones are a Bad Idea

     Amanda Collins, a student at the University of Nevada, Reno, possesses a CCW (Concealed Carry Permit).  The University of Nevada, Reno, however, requires that to exercise one’s right to conceal carry, they must attain the permission of the University, which is practically never given.  For this reason, Amanda Collins, being a law-abiding citizen, did not have her gun to defend herself when she was raped.  She recounts her story below:

     “Gun free zones” are nothing more than “Victim disarmament zones.”  The 2nd Amendment does not stop at the border of a public university’s campus.

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One Response to Why Victim Disarmament Zones are a Bad Idea

  1. avatar Cato says:

    In the eyes of the totalitarian statist, if the State didn’t defend you, you probably did something to deserve it. It’s a religion though they’d never admit to it. The all-powerful, perfect, and benevolent state is incapable of doing wrong, so it must be the victim’s fault. This is how they think, and if we are ever to fight it we must use the antireligious techniques used against Christianity against it. If your State is almighty and benevolent, why is there still evil?