Guns: 'Packing heat in church' increasingly allowed in U.S.
As gun control takes high priority on Capitol Hill, state legislatures increasingly are allowing concealed guns in our most sacred place, the church, either for personal protection or for worshippers designated as church security personnel.
Arkansas, on Feb. 4, became the eighth state to pass legislation allowing concealed guns specifically in churches. In a lopsided bipartisan vote, state legislators voted to allow each church to decide whether individuals with concealed carry permits could take guns in church for personal protection....
Another hill-billy legislator did such a thing? Now, security guards may be needed in churches, but church goers and pastors have been attacked, but a shootout in the "OK" corral in the aisles of the church, gasp!
So, something may have been learned from Sandy Hook, but I'm not quite sure what. Do Mafia members pack heat when they go to Mass? The Intention for the Bread & the Cup is not to have a shoot out over it.
The American obsession with guns is increasing rather than decreasing. Obviously the new 'justice' of America is self-applied by cowboy style action. Legislation, courts and police must be on the wane.