Are You More Likely To Die From Medical Malpractice Or A Gun?

The U.S. Has More Guns And Gun Deaths Than Any Other Country!

Are doctors really more dangerous than guns?

Reseach shows that America has more guns and gun deaths than any other developed country in the world!

A study by two New York City cardiologists found that the U.S. has 88 guns per 100 people and 10 gun-related deaths per 100,000 people which is more than any of the other twenty seven developed countries that were studied.

Japan, on the other hand, had only .6 guns per 100 people and .06 gun-related deaths per 100,000 people, making it the country with both the fewest guns per capita and the fewest gun-related deaths.

A full list of handgun related deaths.

Do Guns Make People Safer?

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Did The Pilgrim Fathers Really Wear Black And Buckles?

Did The Pilgrim Fathers Wear Black And Eat Turkey?

Did the Pilgrim Fathers wear black and hate sex?
It seems like most of us take it as a given that the Pilgrim Fathers wore lots of buckles, were deeply religious, hated sex and landed on Plymouth Rock etc. but how much of this stuff is real and how much is myth?

 

When Did The Pilgrims First Settle?

"Pilgrims" is a name commonly applied to early settlers of the Plymouth Colony in present-day Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States, with the men commonly called Pilgrim Fathers.

The Pilgrims’ leadership came from the religious congregations of Brownist English Dissenters who had fled the volatile political environment in England for the relative calm and tolerance of 16th–17th century Holland in the Netherlands.

Their first English settlement was established in Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607 and the second one was established in what is now present-day Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620.

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Handguns? Should There Be More Control?

Handguns – Should They Be More Strictly Controlled?

Do handguns really save lives!

America sure loves it’s guns.

In 2012, the small arms survey concluded that the United States has 88.9 firearms for every one hundred people.

That’s more than Yemen, Mexico, Pakistan, and the West Bank/Gaza combined.

A Quick Look At Opposing Handgun Control Views

In Favor Of Stricter Handguns Control

If you combine the populations of Great Britain, France, Germany, Japan, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark and Australia, you’ll get a population roughly the size of the United States.

America had 30,000 gun deaths last year, they had 112.

The difference between them and us is not that Americans are more violent by nature.

It is because they have strict gun control laws.

Against Stricter Handguns Control

Laws don’t apply to criminals.

Gun control does not address the issue of gun-related crimes.

In 2010, gun sales in Chicago were verboten.

There were 432 murders in 2010 and 500 in 2012.

The FBI named Chicago the nation’s murder capital.

If a criminal is going to break the law, he will find a way.

We have the right to feel safe and to defend ourselves!

America Is Divided Over Gun Laws

Views on gun sale laws

Here Is The Text Of The 2nd Amendment

"A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed".

The above can only be intended to mean, the right for every American citizen to carry arms, if one considers every American to be part of a militia.

What Do You Think?

Should there be tighter gun laws in America?

Are US citizens a militia?

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Racial Profiling? And Why America Needs It

What's wrong with racial profiling!

The very thought of making racial profiling legal in the US makes liberals go ballistic.

But why?

Racial profiling would most likely have prevented 9/11, and almost certainly have prevented the Fort Hood attack, and the list goes on and on!

Criminal Profiling

When law enforcement officials are looking for a serial killer, they don’t bother talking to very many females.

Nor do they question many blacks, Hispanics, or Middle-Easterners.

Why?

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Male Pattern-Baldness – Is There A Cure?

Hair Loss And Male Pattern-Baldness

Is There A Cure For Male-Pattern Baldness?

 

Your hair is getting thinner and you’d love to find a product, or a home remedy that really stopped, or would even slow down hair loss.

But your gut reaction tells you that there is probably really nothing out there that actually works.

But is that true?

There’s Good News And Bad News

Right now there is no cure for male-pattern baldness, but there are some very promising treatments set to be released in the near future.

So What Are These Promising Hair Loss Treatments?

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