Yesterday the major parties both united to reject the proposed inquiry into self-defence that was being proposed by SFFP MP Jeff Bourman. Why was this inquiry rejected? After all it’s just about having a discussion on self-defence. Much like the recent banking inquiry, one must consider
Australian firearm owners are very familiar with the phrase “Public Safety”. It’s usually bandied about whenever new restrictions are about to be imposed, or as an excuse for not removing laws that are not only unfair but lacking in evidence that they actually increase public safety.
Another week dominated by violent crime and home invasions in the lucky country. Some lowlights after last week’s bashing of a 77 year old pensioner and a shooting in Kealba? Bashing a disability pensioner in his own home. Good to see the CCTV stopped it as
Every time there’s some kind of firearm incident the United States, it seems Australians’ can’t wait to break out into a fit of dopamine boosting virtue signalling about how morally superior they are on firearms, interspliced with intense veneration of apparent lord and saviour John Howard