Even Safer Streets 2011 - The Second Amendment as a Mainstream Value [NOOK Book]

Overview

John Longenecker's path back to safer streets has interested non-gun owners as well as gun owners for its smaller government objectives for all Americans. Showing how this is done non-violently reaches more citizens who had mistaken notions about gun owners and guns, and unites Americans on core values instead of distractions of differences.

Gun control is the forerunner of today's business climate, dubious bailouts, currency crises, disaster ...
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Even Safer Streets 2011 - The Second Amendment as a Mainstream Value

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Overview

John Longenecker's path back to safer streets has interested non-gun owners as well as gun owners for its smaller government objectives for all Americans. Showing how this is done non-violently reaches more citizens who had mistaken notions about gun owners and guns, and unites Americans on core values instead of distractions of differences.

Gun control is the forerunner of today's business climate, dubious bailouts, currency crises, disaster management and violent crime again on the increase. This collection of essays is a great beginning for the household who refuses to be a victim of both violence and the system. Longenecker shows the connection between gun control and today's predatory bureaucracies.

Reader feedback is that the most persuasive writing John has handed America's non-gun owners is his own original concept he calls The CPR Corollary. John has developed one of the most persuasive models of the role of the ubiquitous armed citizen in America. The CPR Corollary is twelve equivalents of moral purpose and public interest between the armed citizen and a CPR-trained citizenry.

".. Many victims of daily violence in our communities could avoid severe injury, mayhem or death if they or another citizen had the capacity to intervene with a firearm to stop the violence. CPR saves lives every day. Guns in the hands of law-abiding citizens saves lives every day." — Captain Eugene McCarthy, Los Angeles County Fire Department (ret)

"...What's more, every citizen of this country would benefit from their elected officials reading this book at every level of government, from the city council to the White House." — Liberty Nut
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Captain Eugene McCarthy, LAFD
The author's comparison of citizen CPR and an armed citizenry made absolute sense to me. [..] I spent an entire career as a Los Angeles County Fire Department paramedic responding to thousands of victims of trauma and sudden death. Many of whom may have survived had a trained bystander been there to provide life-saving CPR. CPR saves lives every day. Guns in the hands of law-abiding citizens save lives everyday. – Captain Eugene McCarthy - Los Angeles County Fire Department (ret)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013596139
  • Publisher: CONTRAST MEDIA PRESS
  • Publication date: 6/10/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 99 KB

Meet the Author

John Longenecker was one of the earliest Paramedics in Los Angeles EMS. Today, he is a news analyst and commentator around the web, guest speaker, and a frequent talkradio guest on the role of the armed citizen in the 21st century.
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