About Press Ignores FBI Study Saying Gun Laws Ignored by Cop Killers
|March 14th, 2007||#1|
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|March 15th, 2007||#2|
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Its nothing we didnt already know...I mean honestly, if they're going to kill a cop in the first place, they PROBABLY dont give a damn about the laws they have to "circumvent" in order to kill that cop.
|March 16th, 2007||#4|
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I agree. I feel the same way towards drugs, prostitution, and abortion. If a black market exists for something, that clearly indicates that there is market for it that the government cannot stop and should therefore legalise and regulate.
|March 16th, 2007||#5|
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Prostitution is regulated by state statutes not federal law. There is no federal law that prohibits prostitution, only one that prohibits interstate solicitation. (Little article here to read http://www.bayswan.org/EFF.html )
Drugs are regulated by the FDA. Most drugs undergo a vigorous study before they are released to the public. As for the drugs that are currently deemed illegal. . well we have been down that road already.
Abortion is regulated since you have to have a license to practice medicine. I am not sure how this would be a black market item since most people would not want some guy in a back alley perfoming one on them.
So exactly what else needs to be done? Make people wear a shock collar so they can not break the law?
If someone wants to break the law they will do so, end of story.