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This past week's moralmatters.org posted articles were dominated by the issue of gun control; a favorite propaganda issue of liberals and radical leftists. Somehow they've developed an irrational fear of guns and are blinded to all the other issues.

This past week’s moralmatters.org posted articles were dominated by the issue of gun control; a favorite propaganda issue of liberals and radical leftists. Somehow they’ve developed an irrational fear of guns and are blinded to all the other issues.

Top Viewed posting of Last week’s moralmatters.org top blog articles – December 15-22/12 :

Gun control the media hides and ignores - moralmatters.org/2012/12/17/

Other posted articles:

Guns save lives: Firearms prevent crimes - moralmatters.org/2012/12/18/

The gun free zone political pipe dream - moralmatters.org/2012/12/19/

Hypocritical anti-gun politicians guilty: Part and parcel of gun violence crime - moralmatters.org/2012/

NRA proposes solution to needless student deaths while politicians do nothing and others fret and fume - moralmatters.org/2012/12/22/

Last week’s moralmatters.org top blog article and other postings: December 9-15/12

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Pastor emeritus Nathan M. Bickel

http://www.thechristianmessage.org/

http://moralmatters.org/

  7 Responses to “Last week’s moralmatters.org top blog article and other postings: December 16-22/12”

  1. Excellent. Thank you, Nathan.

    Regards, George Miller

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  2. But nobody is ready to have this discussion which is unfortunately such a huge problem

    • lpowel22 -

      Thank you for visiting http://www.moralmatters.org and for your comment. Although I share your frustration (presumably about the mania paranoia by leftists and liberals to micro-manage our US Second Amendment rights without specifically targeting the real problems involved) I would have to respectfully disagree with you. The NRA is not “nobody.” It’s a well-run respectable organization which has an influential lobbying group positively influencing political leaders. Presently, it has 4 million (due paying) members. It would be great if that number were multiplied 3 or 4 times over.

      The “nobody” who “is ready to have this discussion” are the rabid liberals, leftists and their influential propagandist media, who, I’m convinced, hate the Second Amendment and most of the rest of our US Constitution. These very influential interest groups are able to persuade the general voting public that “gun control” as they would have it, is far more the solution to the problem, than what the NRA just recently proposed:

      NRA proposes solution to needless student deaths while politicians do nothing and others fret and fume
      http://moralmatters.org/2012/12/22/nra-proposes-solution-to-needless-student-deaths-while-politicians-do-nothing-and-others-fret-and-fume/

  3. Why is there no calls to ban baseball bats?, yeah good question. TO put it short and sweet for all those in favor of doing such; it’s not about the object, it’s always been about the control of which is NOT controllable for these mutts. Human morality. Quite simple, really.

    • Ret. Marine -

      Well stated! Yes, its a control issue which drives these despicable politicians! They want more and more control when they can’t even come up with a national budget and our country is economically falling apart at the seams!

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