As far as I am concerned it is too late for gun control. The American public is well armed and ready.
Do you really think people will give up their guns? Only people who think it will do nay good well. There are arms merchants around the world ready to fill any gaps created by gun control. The only rel war to get valid gund control it to limit the manufacturer to a certain number as well as Almo. The lobbiest will never let that happen. It would be an attack on capitalism. So relly think out the gun control legislation. Any record of mental issues should be the biggest red flag, for gun approval of acquisition.
Bet in China they are already gearing up to produce larger and larger magazines for all calibers to ship to the US blackmarket. I have a AR-15 .22 with a bunch of 25 rounders and a Bennelli 12 gauge auto.. Im 70 and dont take my SS the way SLW has been lately..
In a free society, gun control represent encroaching tyranny. History has sufficient examples of this plain and simple fact.
Why does crime go down when gun ownership increases?
i just filed for early retirement on social security. My ira account is not that much, but invested in low debt stock's. SLW and TPL mainly. My risk trade is SWC, bc of the PGM's shortage, and the Chinese pollution problem. I love the United States, as a two term United States Veteran.
Even though I am not from Texas, I love their state's economic system, as a former accountant student. TPL is down alot, but has zero debt, pay's an increasing dividend, and most importantly, buy's back it's own share's every year. TPL is the largest land owner, acre wise, in the state of Texas. Oil, natural gas, and ranching. I post here because my largest stock holding is SLW, and TPL trade's just a few share's a day. Am 30 % in cash like mentioned before. I know what stock's I like. Mr Bernanke is the most important financial person in the world. The United States has by far the strongest military in the world. Tomorrow may be a key trading day.
YDM says there is no growth, just the 6% degradation of the dollar annually since Nixon. So your SS is tied to the value of commodities as expressed in every decreasing dollar values, ie, more dollars. He says, that's why 10K in 1973 bought as much as $100K today.
Coor's is my drink of choice. I am a naturalist, and I can tell of the taste of the clean water that the fresh taste of coor's is brewed. It is all about the water. Coor's is an American beer.
TAP is an American corporation. BUD is not. TAP pay's a better dividend also, and has a much better balance sheet. Think that while watching the "super" football game. I predict Baltimore will win.