As someone who works in Second Amendment policy, I often feel as though I have heard every bad, impractical or naïve gun-control argument that could possibly exist; in fact, it is becoming increasingly rare for me to find myself truly stunned at a statement made by a pro-gun control politician or advocacy group.
On Tuesday, we reported on a Toronto Star article that twisted immigration data to advocate gun control. The article, titled “A young person is shot every day in Ontario, Sick Kids study finds,” counted those up to 24 years old as a “child or youth” to back its suspect claim.
A confusing Monday article at thestar.com, reporting on a “groundbreaking study” by two Toronto pediatricians, finds multiple ways to twist immigration data into an argument for gun control.
The Ontario-based group London Elgin Middlesex Crime Stoppers (LEMCS) recently began a campaign aimed at getting guns out of the hands of criminals.