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- 1. Screwdrivers Murder!!!
by Roy Carnine
retired trial attorney
Mount Vernon, Illinois
(Anita Christy's brother)
Shame on the main stream media (i.e., Committing Broadcast Scare aka CBS, National Bull Crap aka NBC and About Bull Crap aka ABC) ) and our elected representatives for not bringing to the nation's attention frightening facts concerning screwdrivers!
While firearms are number 1 in The 10 Most Common Murder Weapons In The United States, screwdrivers are included in the number 2 position. And, in other western countries, like Canada, death by knives and cutting instruments (including screwdrivers) are the most prominent weapons used to murder. See Knives Most Common Weapon in Violent Crime and Homicide in Canada: 2015.
- 2. Sergeant-at-Arms Kevin Vickers receives Standing Ovation in House of Commons
It was the first time in his 30-year career that Kevin Vickers ever had to use his weapon. He shot and killed Michael Zehaf-Bibeau, a Muslim convert. Zehaf-Bibeau was the son of a leading Canadian immigration official. Before Vickers stopped him, the gunman managed to shoot and kill Corporal Nathan Cirillo, a 24-year-old father standing guard at Ottawa's War Memorial. He also injured another officer.Click here to read more
- 4. AZ Republic Reports! Violent Crimes Plummeted in 2013 as Gun Sales Skyrocketed!
Just kidding. The Arizona Republic didn't report this. As usual, the malpracticing "mainstream" media isn't interested in any news that doesn't fit their Leftist agenda. You have to check the "alternative" blogs to find out that more guns equal less crime. We found this at BearingArms.com.
From January 2013 to June 2013:
Nationwide, forcible rape was down 10.6 percent, burglary was down 8.1 percent, murder was down 6.9 percent, and aggravated assault was down 6.6 percent from the previous period. Arson plunged a staggering 15.6 percent.
There was slight increase (0.6-percent ) in murders in cities with a population of 25,000-49,999, and a 2 percent rise in murders in cities with a population of 50,000-99,999. The number of murders plunged the deepest in cities with a population of more than 1 million citizens, which reported a 18.5 percent drop.
Overall, violent crime dropped 5.4 percent, with the largest drop in non-metropolitan areas, which saw a 10.5 drop in overall violent crime, and a 13 percent drop in murders.
The crime rate dropped as firearm sales had a record-breaking year.Click here to read more