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All things considered,

04/17/2015

What you might call “restrictions to firearms ownership” in Switzerland seem sensible in most cases. They’re not much of any “restriction” at all!

Mind you, what part of “Shall Not Be Infringed” does this government not understand? I can see denying felons firearms, but as far as the average law abiding citizen no.

5 Comments
  1. poetopoet permalink
    04/17/2015 11:53

    The Swiss trained America snipers WI-II snow patrol, they drove the Germans mad.

  2. 04/17/2015 11:58

    Oh yes.

  3. poetopoet permalink
    04/17/2015 12:06

    So much for facts: of subject, sorry.

    “In a press release last week, the American College of Pediatricians urged health care providers to educate young women about the strong link between abortion and breast cancer.

    In 2013, Dr. Rebecca Johnson, a cancer specialist at Seattle Children’s Hospital, released results of a study that demonstrated that the number of advanced breast cancer cases has increased among younger women, aged 25-39 years. After an analysis of 34 years worth of data from many countries, Johnson and her colleagues found that induced abortion was likely a causal–not correlational–risk factor for the development of breast cancer.

    The pediatricians group also revisits the fact that studies from China, India, and Romania show incidence of breast cancer increasing as the number of abortions increase, with a “dose effect” demonstrating “an increasing risk of breast cancer with each subsequent abortion.”

    Recent College President Dr. Den Trumbull states, “When one considers the normal anatomy and physiology of the breast it becomes clear that this link is causal, not merely correlational.”

    Though the data show that abortion prior to 32 weeks of pregnancy by itself is a risk factor for breast cancer because abortion interferes with the maturation of breast cells, the medical community and the main stream media have largely ignored the issue.

    For example, a brief article about Johnson’s study at Yahoo.com mentioned that advanced breast cancer cases have “increased slightly among young women,” but the article did not discuss the link to abortion. Instead, it stated the outcome raised “many questions about possible reasons even as the disease remains uncommon in women younger than 40.”

  4. 04/18/2015 06:17

    Reblogged this on The Grey Enigma.

  5. 04/20/2015 21:57

    Glad you liked it.

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