“How Does More Guns Make Less Crime?”

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Opinions are like navels, they come one to a customer, and some are quite attractive while others are as ugly as homemade sin.

The consensus of Expert opinion has it that some human minds are predisposed toward crime and violence. If an attempt at doing those things society considers “evil” have a high probability of prompt and effective punishment, crime rates will be very low. If society protects those inclined toward evil with punishments that are almost no punishments at all, crime rates will be very high.

Now, here is Dr. Stanton Samenow, one of this world’s foremost experts on the subject of the “criminal mind.”

The psychologists who have studied the issue say that bad people do bad things, and guns discourage those who would do bad things. Since the children who are inclined to do bad things tendencies are suppressed, they are guided into a life of law and order instead of being allowed to slide into crime and violence.

The situation is made more complex in jurisdictions where criminal gangs run the city hall, and a high percentage of parents are AWOL from parental duties, and other adverse factors exist.

For more, and more expert, words on the subject, I recommend Dr. Stanton Samenow’s “Inside the Criminal Mind.”

So according to experts like Dr. Samenow, crime is a lifestyle choice, encouraged by lawmaking bodies that prescribe wrist slap punishment for capitol crimes; and that crate a society consisting almost entirely of one parent, no parent, families and children who are free to follow their inclinations, secure in the fct that effective punishment is nonexistent and any punishment at all will take a long time coming.

Stranger

NB: In listening t Dr. Samenow’s address, I see the good Dr. also describes much of America’s news media, who, if they tell us anything give us one fifth of the truth and omit the rest.

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