Batman Shooting Rampage in Colorado (Fantasy vs. Reality) by Kevin Swanson "Colorado suffers the worst mass shooting in America's history on Thursday night at the midnight showing of the Batman movie, 'The Dark Knight Rises.' When brilliant, intelligent men lose track between fantasy and reality, something terrible usually happens. . . Man turns to autonomy. He becomes a law to himself."
People need firearms to protect themselves from criminals like the Batman shooter "It is my opinion that had the people within the theater been men and women who were armed as they entered, one of three things would have happened: Holmes would have thought twice about pulling a stunt like this, he would have been killed within seconds of starting his shooting spree, or he would have never got off a shot as soon as he exposed his weapons. People are made vulnerable by intrusive gun control laws."
The Bias Against Guns: Why Almost Everything You've Heard About Gun Control Is Wrong [Hardcover] by John R. Lott Jr. John Lott shows how liberals bury pro-gun facts out of sheer bias against the truth. With irrefutable evidence, Lott shoots gun critics down and provides the information needed to win arguments with those who want to ban guns. Lott shows: How Diane Sawyer, Dan Rather, Charlie Gibson, and other TV talking heads promote gun control in the guise of 'news'; The clever way reporters and the New York Times 'spike' pro-gun stories; The trick government statisticians use to 'cook' data for the anti-gun lobby; Why bicycles, buckets, and football games are more dangerous to children than guns; Why Britain -- which recently banned handguns -- now has a violent crime rate double that of America's; The fallacy of 'safe storage' laws. Want the facts? John Lott has them. With this book, anyone can arm themselves against liberals who would rather confiscate guns than fight crime.
More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun-Control Laws [Paperback] by John R. Lott Jr. Does allowing people to own or carry guns deter violent crime? Or does it simply cause more citizens to harm each other? Directly challenging common perceptions about gun control, legal scholar John Lott presents the most rigorously comprehensive data analysis ever done on crime statistics and right-to-carry laws. This timely and provocative work comes to the startling conclusion: more guns mean less crime.