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  1. There have been 97 deaths in terror attacks in the UK since 2005. In contrast, there have been over 408 deaths in mass shootings this year alone in the US. Britain has strict gun control, so terrorists are forced to use alternative, less lethal methods. The London Bridge attacker was armed with a kitchen knife. Strict gun control is a good way to curb terrorism. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There have been 97 deaths in terror attacks in the UK since 2005. It's an appalling toll, capped yesterday by the stabbing attack on London Bridge in which two people died. https://www.insider.com/london-bridge-attack-and-gun-control-2019-11 when a whole nation becomes a gun free zone
  2. THE UK IS A GUN FREE ZONE OK? https://www.insider.com/london-bridge-attack-and-gun-control-2019-11 There have been 97 deaths in terror attacks in the UK since 2005. In contrast, there have been over 408 deaths in mass shootings this year alone in the US. Britain has strict gun control, so terrorists are forced to use alternative, less lethal methods. The London Bridge attacker was armed with a kitchen knife. Strict gun control is a good way to curb terrorism. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There have been 97 deaths in terror attacks in the UK since 2005. It's an appalling toll, capped yesterday by the stabbing attack on London Bridge in which two people died.
  3. there is zero evidence gun free zones are targeted heres a clue the uk is a gun free zone when they have a terrorist attack they have to use knives because terrists cant even get guns since 2005 98 british have died in terroists attcks and mas shootings in the usa 1000 died in the last 2 years you adjust that for population that sitll means our mass shting rate is about 10 times theirs The London Bridge terror attack shows why really strict gun control is a very, very good idea https://www.insider.com/london-bridge-attack-and-gun-control-2019-11 There have been 97 deaths in terror attacks in the UK since 2005. In contrast, there have been over 408 deaths in mass shootings this year alone in the US. Britain has strict gun control, so terrorists are forced to use alternative, less lethal methods. The London Bridge attacker was armed with a kitchen knife. Strict gun control is a good way to curb terrorism. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There have been 97 deaths in terror attacks in the UK since 2005. It's an appalling toll, capped yesterday by the stabbing attack on London Bridge in which two people died. https://www.insider.com/london-bridge-attack-and-gun-control-2019-11
  4. it used to shock me then disgust then amusement now? clarity. PEOPLE ARE Bad wordING STUPID AS Bad word
  5. https://news.gallup.com/poll/203198/presidential-approval-ratings-donald-trump.aspxThe approval ratings reported here are based on Gallup Daily tracking averages for President Donald Trump in 2017 and 2018, and periodic multiday polls for Trump starting in 2019. Learn more. Donald Trump's Presidential Job Approval Ratings Approval rating Dates % GALLUP Latest job approval rating 43 Nov 1-14, 2019 Term average to date 40 Jan 20, 2017-present Highest job approval rating to date 46 Apr 17-30, 2019 Lowest job approval rating to date 35 four times, last on Dec 11-17, 2017
  6. Rasmussen Reports' daily presidential tracking poll for Thursday shows that 52% of likely U.S. voters approve of the president's job performance. Forty-seven percent, on the other hand, disapprove. That's a three-point improvement compared to Wednesday. Rasmusen? SERIOUSLY? so llame rasmussen is a propoganda whore ouse
  7. RTS Opinion: Trump didn’t transform the economy — it’s mostly the same as it was under Obama Published: Nov 16, 2019 11:39 a.m. ET 225 But the current president has used a lot of money from the Treasury as stimulus By REXNUTTING COLUMNIST Job growth since January 2017 has been just a bit slower than it was in the previous four years. President Trump has not transformed the U.S. economy for the better, as he promised he would. It has not “exceeded expectations,” as he claimed in a speech Tuesday in New York. Over the past four years since he began his political career, Trump has promised much faster growth and much higher stock markets. He’s promised that all the manufacturing and mining jobs would come back, and he told us that the tax cuts would put more than $4,000 in the pocket of every working family. On Tuesday he said that America was back on its way to dominating the global economy, because his policies had made America competitive again. None of that has happened.
  8. the record proves i am right he said those very words and more than once
  9. 2) Few historians disagree that many of our current Christmas traditions (decorating trees, wreaths, mistletoe, etc) can be traced back to Yule (or 'Jul'), a popular Scandinavian holiday with connections to the Norse god Odin. Evidence of this would be the many popular Christmas carols that mention Yule, Yuletide, Yule log, etc. While history shows that the church replaced popular pagan holidays with new Christian holidays that focus on Christ, many of the original Yule traditions continued through the years.3) With this obvious influence of Yule on Christmas, it makes sense to consider how the stories of Norse mythology also speak of Norse gods flying through the sky on animal drawn chariots, Odin being known for giving away gifts, magical elves who were specifically known as gift makers, and the fact that these gift-making elves were referred to as 'Odin's men'. Add to this the other similarities listed below and ...well, you decide. Modern Christmas is a fusion of traditions from many cultures and has both Christian and pre-Christian elements. One of the most prevalent being Yule. To some, Yule is still considered a holy period that last 12 winter days and nights. Like other winter solstice holidays, it celebrates the promise of light again triumphing over darkness and the rebirth of the sun. During Yule, all the gods are honored, especially Odin – who is also referred to as Jólfaðr (Yule Father). [4] Yule is known as a time in which family and friends would strengthen their ties to each other through hospitality, feasting, drinking, gift-giving, and making merry in the face of the privations and dangers of winter. Above: "The Wild Hunt of Odin" is an 1872 painting by Peter Nicolai Arbo. So, is Odin, the ‘Yule Father’, possibly a secondary influence to the fictitious character of Santa Claus (Father Christmas)?https://sonsofvikings.com/blogs/history/viking-origins-of-christmas-yule-traditions
  10. How the NRA Rewrote the Second Amendment The Founders never intended to create an unregulated individual right to a gun. Today, millions believe they did. Here’s how it happened. A fraud on the American public.” That’s how former Chief Justice Warren Burger described the idea that the Second Amendment gives an unfettered individual right to a gun. When he spoke these words to PBS in 1990, the rock-ribbed conservative appointed by Richard Nixon was expressing the longtime consensus of historians and judges across the political spectrum. Twenty-five years later, Burger’s view seems as quaint as a powdered wig. Not only is an individual right to a firearm widely accepted, but increasingly states are also passing laws to legalize carrying weapons on streets, in parks, in bars—even in churches. Many are startled to learn that the U.S. Supreme Court didn’t rule that the Second Amendment guarantees an individual’s right to own a gun until 2008, when District of Columbia v. Heller struck down the capital’s law effectively banning handguns in the home. In fact, every other time the court had ruled previously, it had ruled otherwise. Why such a head-snapping turnaround? Don’t look for answers in dusty law books or the arcane reaches of theory. The Second Amendment consists of just one sentence: “A well regulated militia, being necessary for the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.” Today, scholars debate its bizarre comma placement, trying to make sense of the various clauses, and politicians routinely declare themselves to be its “strong supporters.” But in the grand sweep of American history, this sentence has never been among the most prominent constitutional provisions. In fact, for two centuries it was largely ignored. https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/05/nra-guns-second-amendment-106856
  11. these sir were his exact words you sir are a liar Retired Chief Justice Warren Burger, "The Right to Bear Arms," Parade Magazine, January 14, 1990.
  12. A fraud on the American public.” That’s how former Chief Justice Warren Burger described the idea that the Second Amendment gives an unfettered individual right to a gun. When he spoke these words to PBS in 1990, the rock-ribbed conservative appointed by Richard Nixon was expressing the longtime consensus of historians and judges across the political spectrum. Twenty-five years later, Burger’s view seems as quaint as a powdered wig. Not only is an individual right to a firearm widely accepted, but increasingly states are also passing laws to legalize carrying weapons on streets, in parks, in bars—even in churches. Many are startled to learn that the U.S. Supreme Court didn’t rule that the Second Amendment guarantees an individual’s right to own a gun until 2008, when District of Columbia v. Heller struck down the capital’s law effectively banning handguns in the home. In fact, every other time the court had ruled previously, it had ruled otherwise. Why such a head-snapping turnaround? Don’t look for answers in dusty law books https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/05/nra-guns-second-amendment-106856
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