Morality and the Second Amendment

FOX NEWS — The most fundamental goal of any people—and of any government that is of, by, and for the people—must be to protect civilization.

Only in a state of civilization, in which personal and property rights are protected from the forces of the metaphorical jungle, can we truly be free.

For only then can we go to bed secure that, come morning, we’ll wake to find ourselves and our loved ones still safe, and the property we labored to acquire still there.

The problem confronting millions of Americans is that they do not live within the geographical borders of civilization. They are trapped in asphalt jungles, where crime is rampant and police response times are alarmingly long.

What are they to do? From a moral standpoint, if you are an adult mired in so sorry a condition, you have a duty to protect your loved ones who depend on you, including your spouse and children. You simply cannot abandon them to the forces of the jungle, no matter how ubiquitous they are.

Unless you can somehow uproot and move to a safe and civilized place, the answer for you likely is to own a firearm. Despite what you may hear or read to the contrary, guns save far more lives than they take.

‘CAMPUS CARRY’ GOES INTO EFFECT IN TEXAS — FOX NEWS

GUN DEBATE ON CAMPUSES OVERSHADOWS TEXAS TOWER SHOOTING ANNIVERSARY — WASHINGTON TIMES

MAINE RESTAURANT WON’T SERVE CUSTOMERS WHO LIKE GUNS — FOX NEWS

THE ATF IS ILLEGALLY HOARDING AMERICAN GUN OWNERS’ PERSONAL INFORMATION — DC

VIDEO: CLINTON DELEGATE ELABORATES ON HOW DEMOCRATS WILL BAN GUNS — TOWNHALL

JULY GUN SALES CRUSH PREVIOUS RECORD — WFB

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