“The American people will never knowingly adopt Socialism. But under the name of ‘liberalism’ they will adopt every fragment of the Socialist program, until one day America will be a Socialist nation, without knowing how it happened.”

Socialist Party presidential candidate Norman Thomas

Monday, November 28, 2016

OSU experiences multiculturalism, and not in a good way

Multiculturalism strikes at Ohio State University. A Somali immigrant student ran over and/or stabbed 9 students at OSU this morning. First he ran over pedestrians then got out and started stabbing them with a butcher knife before a campus cop shot him dead. Thankfully no student victims have died. 

Predictably the OSU administration pretended to be perplexed as to the motive, but given that ISIS recently commanded its followers in the West to randomly attack civilians with "cars and knives", the motive isn't too big a mystery. 

Because the people being radicalized against us are already legally here, there isn't much we can do unless there is a multi-person conspiracy and the authorities can detect it. If the attack is by one person, there isn't much we can do to protect ourselves except be armed and ready to fight back. 


Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

Bill would allow Ohioans to carry concealed firearms with no permit, training
By Darrel Rowland, The Columbus Dispatch • Wednesday April 8, 2015 8:15 AM

Ohioans would no longer need a permit or training to carry concealed firearms under a bill introduced on Tuesday by a Pickaway County representative.


Ed said...

Though my wife and I possess concealed/carry permits, I am opposed to carrying without a background check. This would be a mistake, and for that reason I doubt it's a real story.

Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

Doubt is a useful thing, Ed. In this case it is misplaced, however. There are a number of states that do not require a permit for concealed carry and that number is growing with each passing year.

“Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Wyoming and Vermont don’t require a permit at all for concealed carry in public. Vermont has never had such a requirement; Alaska went permit-free in 2003; Arizona in 2010; Wyoming in 2011 (limited to residents); and Arkansas in 2013.”
~The Washington Post, 03/02/15

21+ years old: Any US citizen or legal resident of the US in WV who is 21 years of age or older, and who is not otherwise prohibited by law, may carry a concealed deadly weapon within the state of WV without a license.”
~WV HB4145 which took effect May 24, 2016

“Among U.S. states, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas[disputed], Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri (takes effect January 1, 2017), Puerto Rico[disputed], Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming are fully unrestricted, and allow those who are not prohibited from owning a firearm to carry a concealed firearm in any place not deemed off-limits by law without a permit.”
~https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concealed_carry_in_the_United_States#Unrestricted, 11/29/16

Ed said...

Wait, I thought those were open-carry states, which is a whole different issue.

Isaac A. Nussbaum said...

"...are fully unrestricted, and allow those who are not prohibited from owning a firearm to carry a CONCEALED firearm ... without a permit."