So basically a few people hate short term rentals and and want to force their desires on everyone. I've had noisy neighbors that owned their own home. Short term rentals are not the problem. "Regulating" short term rentals is just another push for big government. LEAVE THE PEOPLE ALONE.
I have never read about an incident where a holstered open carry caused an accident. That is because they don't happen. Your fear is irrational.
If he thinks one of the most basic right: the right to keep and bear arm is a privilege then nothing is a right. Its pretty simple he hates freedom and should be voted out.
The solution to gun violence is already working in some places, but many people don't like the answer so they hide the truth or just mock it. The solution worked in Arapaho the rampage only lasted 80 seconds because a good guy with a gun confronted the shooter. Instead of fighting the shooter killed himself. The shooter planned to do as much damage as possible but failed. If the word gets out that schools are armed these losers will no longer attack schools, instead they will just most likely off themselves at home. But the media loves these school shootings so they will hide this fact.
um wow. Making up news are we?
"even if their first official action is to change the name of City Hall to CityCOM."
... I'd allow it. :D
Every gun control law I've seen proposed would have done nothing to stop this tragedy. The shooter broke dozens of laws including stealing the guns. The only thing that would have stopped this tragedy is if someone was allowed to be armed in the school and take the shooter down. But because Schools are a "Gun Free" zone none of the guards, staff, or teachers could legally be armed and were easily gunned down. Almost all mass shootings have happened in "Gun Free" zones. The only law that will stop the next mass shooting is one that repeals these "gun free" zones. Call your senator and representative and tell them this before the next mass shooting at a "Gun Free" zone.
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