Saturday, January 19, 2013
I continue to contend that all of this should be public. We should know the name and address of everyone who chooses to have a firearm. The arguments against are simply not a match for knowing with some certainty which people and households around you have firearms. I think this is even more important than knowing the criminal records of everyone near you, including, of course, those who are convicted sexual predators. It is disheartening that the paper took this down and even more discouraging that the legislation has apparently enacted the provisions of the law noted in the story.