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Chatterday: September 26, 2015

A collection of quotes from this week’s Tower of 2A Babble.

Quebec Revisits Failed Long Gun Registry

With politicians on both sides of the aisle freely admitting that the federal gun registry did nothing but waste taxpayer money, why would anyone be eager to replicate it?

Covering The War Against ISIS In Iraq

Chuck Holton visits Iraq to watch as the Peshmerga guard the front lines of freedom.

The Catastrophic Consequences Of Gun Registration

Publishing gun owners’ names so criminals can avoid—or target—them is only the beginning.

Freedom Fighters

Former slaves Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass treasured freedom above all else.

Opposition Grows To Quebec’s Proposed Gun Registry

It’s estimated that it will cost roughly $17 million to start the registry and another $5 million annually to operate.

Damaged Goods

“Universal” background checks are nothing more than a flawed product in new packaging.

No Surprise—Under Strict Gun Control, Canada’s Crooks Still Get Guns

Despite Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s calls earlier this year for stricter gun control, including new measures to counter gun smuggling from the U.S., a new report suggests that the majority of guns used in crime in Canada actually come from within the country.

Australian Lawmaker Says Gun Ban Hasn’t Saved Lives

In a pointed op-ed published Thursday in The Daily Telegraph, an Australian lawmaker said the sweeping gun ban instituted back in 1996 after the Port Arthur massacre hasn’t saved lives.

As Shootings Rise, Toronto Mayor Supports Ineffective Plan

Toronto, Canada, has recorded its 21st fatal shooting—more than double the count this time last year—and the city is averaging at least one shooting a day

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