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Every citizen will see, and I hope be deeply impressed with a sense of it, how exceedingly important it is to himself, and how intimately the welfare of his children is connected with it, that those who are to have a share in making as well as in judging and executing the laws should be men of singular wisdom and integrity.
April 2, 1781
I’ll be sitting down and speaking with the winner of Top Shot season 3 early next week. If there are any specific questions that you would like answered, be sure to let me know in the comments. I’ll do my best to accommodate.
Canada’s Conservative government introduced legislation Tuesday to scrap a controversial law that requires the registration of rifles and shotguns.
Canada has long required registration of hand guns, but the long-gun registry law passed in 1995 faced bitter opposition from rural Canada, the Conservative party’s base, which considered it an overreaction to the problem of urban crime.
Public Safety Minister Vic Toews said they don’t want laws targeting law-abiding citizens such as hunters.
Police and victims groups are voicing opposition, but the Conservatives have a new majority in Parliament after national elections in May, and can now scrap the law.
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