The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
The free market can only rectify misallocations if the free market is permitted to exist.Of course, we should do what we can to avoid supporting the un-free market. But we also need to be realistic and confront the fact that tyrannical government cannot be ousted entirely by appeal to voluntary exchanges, the nature of competition between tyranny and the rule of law necessarily includes competitive exchanges of violence.
So, the lesson is "don't leave your weapon in the car. Secure it on your person.", even if your employer specifically prohibits firearms on the property, just conceal it well. If you have something happen to your property (theft), don't multiply your trouble by involving the po-po. If it's required by law to report a missing weapon, do so without details beyond "no longer in my possession", perhaps through a letter from counsel. Unintended consequences abound from punishing people attempting to comply between conflicting requirements. pdxr13
Your employer can fire you for any reason. He should have not reported the theft.
Indiana has anti discrimination laws that would protect the employee from these issues. The employee would have standing to win a suit brought against their employer if a company fired him for keeping a firearm in his car for protection. http://www.taftlaw.com/news/publications/detail/787-indiana-s-guns-in-the-workplace-law-is-amended-to-provide-employees-more-protectionNot all states suck.
I gave up all interest in going to any Disney theme park some time ago after I read about them posting "No Weapons" signs and magnetometers at their entrances.For those who argue it's their private property and they can do what they want, I disagree; the public is being actively invited on/into their turf. Disney has no Right to dictate what personal property visitors can have on their person.I don't need Disney's entertainment, and I won't enrich them with my money. And, anybody who does, is playing right into the hands of corporatocracy.
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