Gun control has long been a hot topic in the United States, and the controversy has only heighten...
Gun control has long been a hot topic in the United States, and the controversy has only heightened since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. Now, with a growing focus on homeland security, more and more Americans are asserting their Second Amendment right to bear arms. In Guns, Freedom, and Terrorism, NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre provides a fact-filled volume and tackles a number of subjects surrounding gun rights, including: arming airline pilots, animal rights extremism, media bias, gun show prohibition, self-defense, and others. His convincing arguments will cause even the most adamant gun control supporter to consider the values our forefathers fought to protect: liberty, democracy, and justice.