For forty to forty-five percent of Americans, guns offer very little mystery or intrigue. They are inanimate objects; simple tools. Yet, for the majority of Americans, unfamiliarity leaves them easily persuaded by a bewildering political barrage of redundant malarkey.
Hot on the heels of the Heller Supreme Court decision (June 26, 2008, Heller v. District of Columbia), former co-anchor of ABC's 20/20, honored five times for excellence in consumer reporting by the National Press Club, nineteen-time Emmy Award winner John Stossel, dispels the deceptive, pervasive gun control myths that he once held himself. All in less than five minutes.
VIDEO HERE (4:56 minutes)
John Stossel Tries to Get a Gun Permit in NYC
The Constitution says individuals have a right to bear arms. But some cities make it nearly impossible to carry one. Stossel tests the system by applying to carry a gun in New York City. They REJECT his application.
VIDEO HERE (5:07 minutes)