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Should Gun Owners Be Required to Carry Liability Insurance?
by Axios
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  • David
    Voted No

    It is unconstitutional to require people to purchase insurance as a requirement to exercising their Constitutional rights. Having said that, there is no evidence or study that indicates that the over 100 million Americans who own guns have been a liability to those who don’t own guns. In fact, a very small fraction of the population is responsible for most of the violent crime in our country. Controlling for race, white Americans have a similar murder rate as other western nations, 2.5 per 100,000. The U.S. homicide rate among the black population is 19.4 per 100,000, nearly eight times that of the white population and way outside the range of all nations sited. These neighborhoods, dominated by black people, suffer due to the neglect caused by the political spin of the gun control fanatics (the left) who redirect the problem to the average law abiding American gun owner – all in order to advance their political agenda. BTW, These long suffering inner cities are where the Democrat’s laws, policies, and dogma are in place. Source of data,

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