3 thugs with guns dead, 2 more in the hospital, then jail.
Kaitlyn Bennett is pretty dumb, but overall these people not giving their guns to the nerds in government is pretty good. If peaceful protest doesn't work they may need to put the 2nd to its proper use.
Well, there you go. It's illegal.
Officers found the girls in the bathroom with a goblet on hand - to reportedly drink their victims' blood.
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Thankfully the Chinese victims don't have guns to defend themselves as France has very tough and thorough gun control laws.
BILL TO LEGALIZE SILENCERS INTRODUCED IN CONGRESS
Oklahoma Senate passes 'Constitutional Carry' gun bill, sends to governor
Unpublished CDC Study Confirms over 2 Million Annual Defensive Gun Uses (Breitbart)
pretty dope. The authoritarian left would have wanted this kid to die.
80 dead, 18 critically hurt in Nice, France, truck attack (Usatoday)
civilians should have access to these
Glock 17. My favorite gun and my constant companion. I carry it everywhere I go BECAUSE I CAN.
Do you believe in owning guns purely for self-defense? ↪
what style of rifle is your favorite?
Marjane is precocious and outspoken young Iranian girl who was nine years old during the Islamic Revolution when the fundamentalists first take power--forcing the veil on women and imprisoning thousands. She cleverly outsmarts the "social guardians" and discovers punk, ABBA and Iron Maiden, while living with the terror of government persecution and the Iran/Iraq war. Then Marjane's journey moves on to Austria where, as a teenager, her parents send her to school in fear for her safety and, she has to combat being equated with the religious fundamentalism and extremism she fled her country to escape. Marjane eventually gains acceptance in Europe, but finds herself alone and horribly homesick, and returns to Iran to be with her family, although it means putting on the veil and living in a tyrannical society. After a difficult period of adjustment, she enters art school and marries, continuing to speak out against the hypocrisy she witnesses. At age 24, she realizes that while she is deeply Iranian, she cannot live in Iran. She then makes the heartbreaking decision to leave her homeland for France, optimistic about her future, shaped indelibly by her past.