If there’s an unequivocal opposite to growing up around guns it’s being raised by New York Jews.
I grew up believing guns were bad. That’s what my parents taught me. But they also taught me to read. That was their first mistake.
June 3, 2010
Testing Minnesota’s gun show loophole
[Being able to read isn’t a necessary or sufficient condition to arrive at the conclusion that private firearms ownership is a net benefit to society but it certainly does help.
I agree that ignorance, willful as well as unintentional, are huge problems which enable and create anti-freedom people. But I think reading comprehension and the ability and willingness to determine truth from falsity are the critical items.–Joe]