France’s fight against terrorism incites attacks, military analysts say
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These analysts essentially say "Do not fight and the problem will go away. Just close your eyes"
>A 2011 report commissioned by the French think tank, L’Institute Montaigne, found that Muslim immigrants were increasingly rejecting French values and instead immersing themselves in Islam, according an English translation of the report posted by the Gatestone Institute website. The report warned that Islamic Sharia law was rapidly displacing French civil laws in many parts of suburban Paris.
>More than 40 percent of the Muslim youths in Paris suburbs are unemployed, causing many to turn to “deviant behaviors,” the report found.
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Next time someone wants to argue guns with you please feel free to tell them why they are immoral.
With the CDC reporting firearms related deaths in the United States at 32,000 annually, it is immoral to spend valuable time and money solving what is a non-issue when compared to the CDC's list of most common causes of death:
Heart disease: 596,577
Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 142,943
Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 128,932
Accidents (unintentional injuries): 126,438
Alzheimer's disease: 84,974
Influenza and Pneumonia: 53,826
Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis: 45,591
Intentional self-harm (suicide): 39,518
Let the kindly antigunner know that lobbyists for gun control have spent 3.6 million dollars in the past two years, while lobbyists increasing mental healthcare to prevent suicide were only able to spend $19,148 last year and $23,921 the year before.
By spending their time and money on gun control they are ignoring the needs of the mentally ill, and effectively saying that they would rather spend money trying to stop their family from owning a gun than they would spending that money to prevent a family member from committing suicide.
TL;DR Ask anti gunners why they would rather spend their money and time getting rid of guns instead of spending that money and time on helping the suicidal.
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Looking for a lever action .22lr with a pistol grip.
ideally, want a Marlin 39a.
but they are rare, and no longer in production, as far as I can tell.
so, what other LA rifle of this sort would you recommend?
list of wants:
- simple and basic (for field stripping/cleaning)
- price not on par with a small house or bull sperm
- not for small boys and little girls. I'm a grown man, and need a pull length that is appropriate.
PS: I plan on going hunting with it.