His answer: Take them shooting. Once they get a chance to use a gun, they begin to understand that there is a whole new world of personal freedom and responsibility out there, that they don’t have to rely on the government to keep them safe, that they themselves are the ones in charge of their life.
We can talk about lower taxes and reduced government interference in our day-to-day lives but unless it’s April 15th, those are mostly nothing more than concepts. A gun is real. It’s visceral. It is powerful and needs to be treated with respect and consistency if you want to stay safe. Firearms can teach the concept of personal responsibility in a way that sticks with a person for a long, long time.
Guns. The gateway drug to freedom.
3 Gun Nation is coming to TV at last: The first show is this Monday at 7:30 (!) am.
Oh well, that’s why they invented TiVo.
Really looking forward to this show because if it’s done right, it could point the way to greater exposure of practical shooting on the bigger cable networks, and, dare I say it, (“Dare! Dare!”), ESPN or broadcast TV.
(Yes, I’m the dorky-looking guy at 0:15, lower camera left with the grey hat. This is why I blog and not do a video journal…