Mary Elizabeth Williams at Salon ponders the fact that gun rights are allowed to trump public safety.
It’s about living in a country in which the right to carry around a weapon takes priority over the privilege of being able to stand up in a crowd and not worry about being murdered.
That’s the United States – where public speaking is dangerous but carrying a gun is cherished and protected.
On Tuesday, the University announced that it intended to still hold the event, despite the warning that “feminists have ruined my life and I will have my revenge, for my sake and the sake of all the others they’ve wronged.” University spokesman Tim Vitale told the Standard Examiner
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