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  • "We're fooling ourselves that the law could allow even an inflamed lunatic to easily acquire murderous weapons and not expect murderous consequences," he said. "That's a license for murder and mayhem."

    KUHNER: Aurora and the left’s hatred for America →

  • "We are, after all, a country which began with the forced subjugation into slavery of millions of Africans and the reliance on arms against Native Americans for its westward expansion," Mr. Moyers said. "In truth, more settlers traveling the Oregon Trail died from accidental, self-inflicted gunshot wounds than from Indian attacks. We were not only bloodthirsty, we were also inept."

    KUHNER: Aurora and the left’s hatred for America →

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