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Jack Ohman

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  1. Donald Williams

    Donald Williams said, about 2 years ago

    @Molon Labe

    There’s a lot to consider there.
    Personally, I would prefer “Open Carry” so that would-be attackers could see what they’re up against.

  2. mdavis4183

    mdavis4183 GoComics PRO Member said, about 2 years ago

    Gun ownership is at all time histortical highs, yet both murder rates and murder numbers are at over 40 year lows and crime across the board is at decades long lows. THe state for crime going back to 1960:


    In 1987 Florida got concealed carry. The propaganda from the antis claimed Florida would become the “Gunshine State” because gun related deaths and murders would skyrocket. They lost the battle because they lied. They used the same lies in every state where concealed carry was proposed. THeir dire predictions never came true. Not happy about the sire name but it’s a sarcastic dig at the anti cncealed carry nuts.


    You can track the progress of open carry here. There are states with open carry, no license required and states with licenses required and states with rural open carry with no license required.


    The most honest, instructional guide to understanding “gun control” lies about guns. By an Orange County Sheriff Deputy.


    Between the four cites provided you can learn about laws concerning carrying of guns, crime rates, etc.. There’s a lot of idiotic lires about guns and gun owners in he “news” lately. Become informed.

  3. MortyForTyrant

    MortyForTyrant said, about 2 years ago

    I read a report today that implied that any reduction in the U.S. nuclear arsenal would be bad for the economy, at least of certain states (google “Y-12”). It has come to this: the U.S. has to threaten world destruction in order to put butter on the table. What a world we’re living in…

  4. Larry

    Larry said, about 2 years ago

    Good image, good cartoon.
    Could the factories be used for something else?

  5. motivemagus

    motivemagus said, about 2 years ago

    @Molon Labe

    First: if they were people who thought ahead to the consequences of their actions, they wouldn’t BE the kind of criminal who shoots someone. Locking them away afterwards is locking the barn door after the horse is shot.
    Second: we have many of those laws already. But they are not enforced. Partially because the NRA has eliminated any means of tracking people with guns at all, and has crippled the ATF.
    Third: if you have ANY PROOF AT ALL for your implication that “gun free zones” are “hunting preserves,” you let me know. In fact, the stricter the gun control, the lower the deaths by handguns. Even Tombstone, Arizona made people check in their weapons in the days of the OK Corral!
    I DO like the idea of stricter permits and licenses, because that’s freaking common sense, but don’t tell the NRA leadership.
    And even if all your ideas worked perfectly, 70% of the handgun deaths in the US are not by “convicted felons” or even criminals. Most are by law-abiding citizens who either shouldn’t have guns in the first place, or are inept in their handling thereof — because the laws don’t properly control who should have access to a gun.
    Not to mention the fact that having a gun in the house multiplies the chance that someone will die by that gun, whether by accident or deliberately.

  6. NoMo'ol'tomcats

    NoMo'ol'tomcats said, about 2 years ago

    From Bullmoose to Bull$#!+

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