Never one to back down from a controversy, Young adds his opinions to both the Absolute Rights website and their semiweekly Digital Newsletter.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
Absolute Rights, the fastest growing news and opinion site on the web, has published a recent editorial article from Tim Young, the publication’s Managing Editor. Young voices his opinion on the question of national gun control, and shares a little-covered news story out of Texas to make his point.
“A lone gunman walked into the Mayan 14 movie theater in San Antonio, Texas the other night with a gun and started firing. One man was hit before an off-duty sheriff’s deputy took out the gunman with his concealed gun,” wrote Young in the article. “Thanks to this gun carrying off-duty hero, the gunman was only able to shoot one, not dozens of people.”
Young also mentions a gun that was found at the scene of a Mexican drug cartel shootout. The gun was “a part of Obama’s botched ‘Fast and Furious’ program,” said Young, and represents another dynamic and controversial side of gun control. This gun, said Young, will barely be mentioned, because it “would make the President look bad.”
“So as the rest of the media fixates on guns killing those poor souls in Connecticut and other shootings around the country in order to push an anti-gun agenda, why don’t the rest of us… those with intelligence, focus on the instances where guns have saved people,” Young wrote in the closing of the article.
Information like this is found daily on AbsoluteRights.com, where Young and his growing team of expert contributors add content to the biggest conversations in arenas from global politics to self-reliance, and everything in between. Never one to back down from a controversy, Young adds his opinions to both the Absolute Rights website and their semiweekly Digital Newsletter.
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