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Australia’s gun laws - WTF fun facts<---that's because they don't have the NRA (the National Rifle Association) like the US does and they're on the Republican ticket


ancap-curt: 373* Americans KILLED by police NOW. Cops killed 4 people in the time between making this graphic and posting it. WTF!? *Source: Check the source !


Even Inmates In Norway Live Better Than Me

from Mail Online

Culture of violence: Gun crime goes up by 89% in a decade

Under the guise of protecting children Obama and Hillary want our guns making us UNABLE TO PROTECT OURSELVES and our CHILDREN!!! With 1,000 ACTIVE cases of TERRORISM in all 50 states and ISIS attacking America don't YOU WANT the ABILITY to PROTECT YOURSELF?


NOTE: Hello everyone out there. This is what the country needs to know. Hope the rest of the country will follow Wyoming.

from SimpliSafe Blog

The Curious Case of Crime in the Media

Our world is much kinder than the headlines state! Even in cities, where larceny was by far and away the biggest crime threat to the population, news coverage focused heavily on violent crimes like murder. Ignore TV news devoted to murders! This is NOT reality!

Damn it, it's not right! This makes me so angry, and so sad. How can any human being be cast off and walked by, but most especially those that put their lives on the line for our country! The budget, initiated by republicans, with so many cuts to our veterans' services, sickens me.

from Washington Post

Bill Clinton’s claim that 100,000 cops sent the crime rate ‘way down’

The former president says his 100,000 cops programs sent the crime rate "way down." There's little evidence for that.

from Business Insider

Overreacting to the rising US crime rate could be more dangerous than the violent crime itself

Researchers have sought to calm the hysteria over the FBI's data, arguing that an overreaction to the violent crime uptick could set back justice reforms.