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She illuminates the methods and means used by them to craft a false narrative. Possibly one of the most important chapters in the book for me, hands off my gun the one pertaining to the racist roots of gun control in the US.

Book Review: Hands Off My Gun by Dana Loesch

It is a particularly shameful chapter of US history, and it reflects immensely poorly on the Democratic Party, who did more to keep guns out of the hands of law-abiding black Americans than hands off my gun other organisation hands off my gun history. From the KKK forcibly disarming black Americans leaving them defenceless and easy prey for a lynchingto the repeated refusal to issue Martin Luther King a Conceal Carry Weapon permit.

Before King was assassinated he had attempted multiple times to obtain the aforementioned permit because he feared for his personal safety. Very legitimately, as we now know.


Ironically this trend of Democrats disarming law-abiding black Americans has continued to this day. Chicago and Detroit being two prominent examples of this vile practice.

Hands Off My Gun: Defeating the Plot to Disarm America by Dana Loesch

The book also extensively deals with the history and meaning of the Second Amendment. The 2A as it is colloquially referred to has its foundations in the Declaration of Rights, which guaranteed English subjects the right to bear arms.

The conclusion of the American Revolutionary War, and the subsequent process of formulating a United States constitution, necessitated that the rights of citizens to keep and bear arms be protected from any hands off my gun all future infringement. A hands off my gun as valid today as it was inalthough many people appear to have short memories.

Finally, Hands Off My Gun slays a multitude of gun myths and terminology misnomers. To mention but a few, Ms.

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Loesch explains how so-called mass shootings are far from a uniquely American phenomenon, that between 0. Loesch thoroughly ridiculed this position, but she did so by changing "axe handle" into "axe. He said axe handle.

Now, even if someone was merely attacking me with an axe handle, I still might feel justified in shooting that person in the leg, depending hands off my gun the situation.

But let's not misquote people who disagree with us and make their position seem more ludicrous than it really is. To be fair to Ms.


Loesch, though, if you don't have a gun to defend yourself from someone with an axe handle, you also won't have one for defending yourself from someone with an axe.

So the distinction hardly matters. There were only about two chapters in hands off my gun book where I really felt I learned something.

hands off my gun One dealt with the racist origins of the gun control movement in America, and the other was a response to the "14 biggest myths" about gun usage. There was another good chapter on statistics proving that increased gun control doesn't deter violent crime, but I can't say I hadn't already heard it all before.

The biggest problem with this book is that Ms.


Loesch tries to make everything about her. Instead of just giving us the straight facts, she prefers hands off my gun tell us how she used these facts to score points in Twitter feuds with people like Piers Morgan.

If there's anything in the world that I truly despise, it's Twitter.

Hands Off My Gun: Defeating the Plot to Disarm America

I didn't need to know about the author's radio talk show, her days as a blogger, her personal run-ins with Michael Bloomberg's hands off my gun, her childhood out in the country, or her controversial guest appearance on THE VIEW. This book has way too much "me, me, me" and "I, I, I" for my taste.

Say what you want about Ann Coulter, but at least she doesn't have to personalize everything.