Second Amendment

Second Amendment
6:00 am
Fri November 1, 2013

From Kendall To West Palm Beach, Bearing Arms Is More Than Just A Right

Stone Hart's Gun Club in Kendall hosts gun enthusiasts for events such as Bowling Pin Night and Ladies night, among others, each month.
Credit Rachel Morello / WLRN

Gary Brill is a member of both the National Rifle Association and the U.S. Practical Shooting Association. He's been shooting for almost 30 years, taking part in local competitions, buying his own targets and even making his own bullets at home. You could say he is a firearms fanatic.

"The old saying, 'If you ask how many guns someone has, it’s between more than one and not enough.' So I have more than one and not enough," he says. "A lot of different types: handguns, pistols, semi-automatic, rifles, shotguns."

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Community Contributor
9:01 am
Fri April 12, 2013

One Man's Gun Control Timeline: Riots, Hurricane Wilma, And A Late-Night Visitor

Gleason: "From birth until death you are responsible for you own safety."

1969.  Seventh grade.  School trip to an amusement park.  While sitting with a friend in a shaded and secluded spot, I was surrounded by 5 or 6 kids who demanded our ride tickets.  When I stood to my 6-foot-2-inch frame and invited them to try and take my tickets, they decided to pick on someone else.

1975.  A high-school football linebacker decided to test the band major in the boys’ locker room.  Football linebacker had a sore nose.  Band major was unscathed.

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Topical Currents
1:00 pm
Wed January 2, 2013

Living With Guns: A Liberal’s Case for the Second Amendment

Living With Guns: A Liberal’s Case for the Second Amendment
http://craigrwhitney.com/

01/02/13 - Wednesday’s Topical Currents is with former New York Times reporter and editor, Craig Whitney.  He reviews the long history of American gun control in his recent book, LIVING WITH GUNS: A Liberal’s Case for the Second Amendment.  Though his book was published before the Connecticut school massacre, Whitney says the rights of Americans to own and use guns can be preserved while also giving the public the right to live in safety. Over 30,000 die from gunshots every year.