Carson’s Policy Ignores Concealed Carry, Advocates Training of Muslims

I still like Carson the best overall but I’m very disappointed in the Carson campaign’s habitually slow recognition of the importance of the Second Amendment (compared with Trump), and in this latest release the total omission of any mention of its critical role in defense against ISIS–NOTHING in the release about expanding concealed and/or open carry to harden America’s many soft targets. Yet it urges us to train even more Muslims:

“3. The United States should urge its allies and partners in the Middle East to engage in massive recruitment and training of Sunni Syrian men based in Saudi Arabia and the Gulf and of Sunni Syrian male refugees in Jordan – to establish a military force to destroy ISIS and to establish a protection zone for the victims of the terrorist state.”

Source: Seven Steps to a Safer America

It’s been several years since the head of Interpol suggested using armed citizens in the fight against terror:, and I wish Trump was not the only candidate voicing support for the idea now:

“Societies have to think about how they’re going to approach the problem,” Noble said. “One is to say we want an armed citizenry; you can see the reason for that. Another is to say the enclaves are so secure that in order to get into the soft target you’re going to have to pass through extraordinary security.”

–Interpol Secretary General Ronald K. Noble


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David R. Duringer, JD, LL.M, is a concealed firearm instructor and tax lawyer specializing in business and estate planning. He is managing shareholder at Protective Law Corporation, headquartered in Laguna Hills, primarily serving Orange County and Southern California with a satellite office located in Coronado (San Diego County).

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