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The Seven Myths of Gun Control: Reclaiming the Truth About Guns, Crime, and the Second Amendment Paperback – August 26, 2003
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Praise for The Seven Myths of Gun Control:
"A blockbuster book every freedom-loving American should read." —Christopher Ruddy, editor, NewsMax.com
"Every woman in America should read The Seven Myths of Gun Control. As the saying goes, 'God made man and woman, Colonel Colt made them equal.'" —Ann Coulter, syndicated columnist and bestselling author
"The Seven Myths of Gun Control shatters preconceived notions of the gun control debate. Richard Poe correctly points out that the Second Amendment is itself a civil right, a right desperately needed by society's most vulnerable citizens. For those concerned about all of our civil liberties, The Seven Myths of Gun Control is an invaluable resource." —Niger Innis, national spokesman, Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)
"This delightful, lively book exposes the myths of the firearms prohibitionists. Armed Americans won their Revolution, and armed Swiss dissuaded Hitler, while all too often the disarmed have been slaves or suffered genocide. Richard Poe shows that the right to bear arms is at the cutting edge of the eternal struggle for liberty." —Stephen P. Halbrook, Ph.D., J.D., author, That Every Man Be Armed and Target Switzerland
"Richard Poe has spoken a forbidden truth. Only a warrior people, armed and ready to defend their liberties, can expect to live free. As a Comanche, I know that he who takes my bow is my enemy." —David A. Yeagley, columnist, FrontPageMagazine.com
From the Hardcover edition.
From the Author
The Seven Myths of Gun Control was written not out of any personal zest for firearms, but out of my sense of duty as a journalist and citizen. I could no longer stand silent while my Constitution was shredded. The Second Amendment was not written to protect the rights of hunters and sportsmen, but rather to ensure a vital liberty, important to every American. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This book might not apply to those elites with enough resources to afford there own security force (i.e. Rosie O'Donnell). If you can hire a gun toting body guard, that's one less item (the gun) you will have carry yourself.
The correlation between the holocaust and Nazi Germany's implementation of strict gun control laws to gun control laws in America that require mental health screening is also absurd. The writing level of this book is something I would expect in middle school where facts are irrelevant and sources don't actually matter.
Conservative propaganda trash.