'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Out of fear, interest, observation or education, throngs of gun enthusiasts streamed into the Dulles Expo Center on Sunday for the final day of the Nation's Gun Show, putting to rest any remaining doubt that the issue of firearms control — no matter which side of the argument — is at the forefront of the nation's collective concern.
"It maybe won't solve the problem" of gun violence, Mr. Starer said, "but it will change the odds."
"Every bit of it is self-defense," said Mr. Starer, who is also the chief firearms instructor for his company. "We as a society have come to expect the government to take care of us if we're sick, to take care of us when we're old and feeble. We've stopped taking care of ourselves."