By Tom Knighton
Until such time as the Supreme Court nullifies any and all gun laws and restrictions on who can carry and where they can carry, there will always be some controversy over where those limits lie. However, every now and then, we get a glimpse at the hand of those who would see us disarmed completely and see that there are literally no places they will accept firearms even existing, regardless of the circumstances.
Take an op-ed regarding a Dick’s Sporting Goods potentially moving to a Palm Beach, FL mall.
You can purchase a lot of things at the mall nowadays, from candles to cars. But a hunting rifle? No. Too many targets. Too little security. Too much individual instability.
Some places are just off-limits
Dick’s, which would occupy space in the Sears store just around the corner from Mrs. Fields and Zales Jewelers, is mulling offering the opportunity to buy arms and ammunition, much to the chagrin of Palm Beach Gardens’ police chief and other city leaders.
Yes, Dick’s Sporting Goods may have the law on its side. But there is just something wrong about this.
Florida, thanks to our weak-kneed Legislature and succession of law-and-order governors, has earned its moniker, the “Gunshine …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms