Two New Books Gun Owners Should Enjoy
The War on Guns: Arming Yourself Against Gun Control Lies by John Lott
Did you know that the European Union already has Universal Background Checks? Yet they suffered a “50 percent higher casualty from mass public shootings than did the U.S.”
Not only that, says John Lott, “from 2000 to 2015, the U.S. states with these background checks also experienced higher frequencies of mass public shootings. They also had more injuries and deaths from these attacks.”
This and much more is presented in Lott’s new book, The War on Guns: Arming Yourself Against Gun Control Lies.
When it comes to the gun control debate, there are two kinds of data: data that’s accurate, and data that left-wing billionaires, politicians, and media want you to believe is accurate. But in The War on Guns, Lott turns a skeptical eye to well-funded anti-gun studies and stories that perpetuate false statistics to frighten Americans into giving up their guns.
The Field of Fight: How We Can Win the Global War Against Radical Islam and Its Allies by Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn
Anti-gunners are using terrorism as an excuse to take away your gun rights. But the Second Amendment is not the real threat facing America. “No Fly, No Buy” gun bans and Universal Background Checks which Democrats (and even some Republicans) are pushing are merely distractions. But criminal violence and, as discussed in this book, violent ISIS-inspired terrorism are the real threats Congress should be grappling with.
Lt. General Michael T. Flynn spent more than 33 years in Army intelligence. In his book, The Field of Fight, he succinctly lays out why the U.S. has failed to stop terrorist groups from growing, and what he says this country must do to stop them. The core message is that if you understand your enemies, it’s a lot easier to defeat them.
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