Despite duplicitous “progressives” like Democrat State Senator John Kefalas of Fort Collins trying to put a happy face on Colorado’s most recent anti-gun edicts by making contradicted-by-reality claims that they have been “useful and effective in denying people who shouldn't have firearms,” the laws are demonstrably unenforceable failures. . .
A fundamental truth more and more gun owners are awakening to is that just as arms can discourage individual aggressors, so too does that principle work at a societal level. As long as that holds true, it means the Second Amendment is working as a deterrent. And while the need has never been greater for gun owners to involve themselves in doing what they can to use civil means to restore freedom, through elections, through educating their countrymen, through lawsuits and the like, one inescapable conclusion is becoming increasingly evident: The Founders were visionary in recognizing the necessity of an armed citizenry for the security of a free State in times when choices are reduced to surrender or resist.