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By Tim Inwood
Earlier in May I recounted a story from my youth in “Time for the sun to set on the Culture of Sheep”, where I complained of having been punished for
defending myself. When it comes to the “Culture of
Sheep”, I had barely scratched the surface in my
disdain for what it has done to my country. My desire
to examine and discuss how to undermine this national
disease of indoctrinated weakness aimed at all of us
is without bounds. This is a complex subject and I
have truly puzzled over how, from where we began as a
nation, did we arrive at this sad state? Let's face it
friends - many people in this country are so wimpy they're
afraid of a sharp stick, let alone a gun!
Considering how this country got its start, I don’t
know how this happened. Brave people made the
hazardous journey across the Atlantic Ocean to make a
new start in the North America. The trip was fraught with
danger, and many died in the process. It took
monumental courage to do this. How did those intrepid
people, brimming with individual bravery, sire so many
descendants that now willingly embrace the victim
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By Chad D. Baus
In the wake of Toledo Blade editorial board member Dan Simpson's tirade against the Constitution, and a recent Springfield (OH) News Sun editorial entitled "More guns not the answer to violence", yet another anti-gun writer has taken a stab at his dream list of gun control that he believe would stop incidents like last month's massacre on the "no guns" Virginia Tech campus.
In "Guns and Masculinity", Xenia Gazette Guest Columnist Jack LeMoult got it wrong when he opened with the following:
A gun is like a pair of elevator shoes. It confers artificial stature. Despite the strong silent image that men would like to project, the truth is that most men are emotionally frail aggregations of self-doubt and vulnerability. The possession of a gun is like a tonic, adding an exhilarating sense of power to a sagging ego.