Tag: gun laws

Contributor Post Created with Sketch. Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Mark Robinson Speaks for Me

 

At a Greensboro, NC, city council Meeting, Mr. Robinson was speaking out for the majority: the law-abiding citizen who is so often overlooked by government. The City Council was thinking of canceling a gun show that was scheduled. Mr. Robinson had a few words to say.

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It’s all crazy martinis today. Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are furious as the Air Force discovers it never forwarded the court martial information on the Texas church shooter that would have prevented him from legally purchasing guns and Jim also details how the federal government often seems disinterested […]

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Recommended by Ricochet Members Created with Sketch. Gun Control and the “Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc” Fallacy

 

It always irks me when I read an article about the supposed effect of a policy change, say a gun ban in the UK or Australia, by looking at the effect on some variable (gun deaths, mass shootings, etc.) after the legislation was passed. The problem is that you can mistakenly conclude a causal relationship between the policy and its impact when none exists. It’s the post hoc ergo propter hoc fallacy, “after this, therefore, because of this.”

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Virginia’s Attorney General today announced that his state is, as of February 1 of 2016, canceling its Concealed Carry reciprocity with 25 states, including my own state of Ohio. His stated reasons are outright lies and fabrications, but his real reason for canceling the permit reciprocity is pure and simple spite. Democrats cannot, at this […]

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