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Piers Morgan vs Ben Shapiro over gun control

(14:04) American conservative commentator and radio show host Ben Shapiro in a heated debate over gun control with Piers Morgan.

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Guest: Casey (1791 days ago)
Latest comment: Tyrants don't need a majority by any stretch of the imagination, that's why they are tyrants. Education is a wonderful thing, being naive is not. History is full of tyrants and so is the world today, even with all the books and Internet we have. The purpose of the second amendment is clear and was written by men who were well educated and knew well how power corrupts and how govts. devolve in to tyranny.
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Latest comment: Tyrants don't need a majority by any stretch of the imagination, that's why they are tyrants. Education is a wonderful thing, being naive is not. History is full of tyrants and so is the world today, even with all the books and Internet we have. The purpose of the second amendment is clear and was written by men who were well educated and knew well how power corrupts and how govts. devolve in to tyranny.
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1796 days ago)
Favourite comment: The best way to fight tyranny is education. Swap guns for books, that would make for a much better future.
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Favourite comment: The best way to fight tyranny is education. Swap guns for books, that would make for a much better future.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1795 days ago)
I like how you are thinking on this one. But we really have the book already so this is an impractical solution. Any solution that requires the removal of nearly 300,000,000 is also impractical so we need something that will work without trying to take handguns away from the law abiding citizens. I do like the idea of better screening and some way to fill the gun show loophole. For those that don't know, there are gun shows that go from city to city and, as far as I know, you can buy a gun without having to go through the same background checks and waiting period. Unfortunately, how would you be able to buy a gun at a show like that if you have a waiting period because the show will be gone by the time you are allowed to pick up your gun. And, you cannot be pre-screened. When I bought my guns, I went through my background check and when I was approved, I could buy as many guns as I wanted; however, the moment I left the store and came back, that screening was invalidated. So, if I wanted to go back the next day to buy more guns, I'd have to go through another screening. I wasn't even allowed to leave to go to my car for 5 minutes. Suppose that's because it's possible you could be screened and approved one day, and then be convicted of a felony the next day and then try to buy another gun. The guy at the store had to wait on hold for about an hour and a half just to get through for the screening but once he did get through, the approval was immediate. The government will have to staff the call center better if they make gun shows go through the same process and that will cost more tax dollars.
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I like how you are thinking on this one. But we really have the book already so this is an impractical solution. Any solution that requires the removal of nearly 300,000,000 is also impractical so we need something that will work without trying to take handguns away from the law abiding citizens. I do like the idea of better screening and some way to fill the gun show loophole. For those that don't know, there are gun shows that go from city to city and, as far as I know, you can buy a gun without having to go through the same background checks and waiting period. Unfortunately, how would you be able to buy a gun at a show like that if you have a waiting period because the show will be gone by the time you are allowed to pick up your gun. And, you cannot be pre-screened. When I bought my guns, I went through my background check and when I was approved, I could buy as many guns as I wanted; however, the moment I left the store and came back, that screening was invalidated. So, if I wanted to go back the next day to buy more guns, I'd have to go through another screening. I wasn't even allowed to leave to go to my car for 5 minutes. Suppose that's because it's possible you could be screened and approved one day, and then be convicted of a felony the next day and then try to buy another gun. The guy at the store had to wait on hold for about an hour and a half just to get through for the screening but once he did get through, the approval was immediate. The government will have to staff the call center better if they make gun shows go through the same process and that will cost more tax dollars.
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Guest: Carey (1794 days ago)
I don't think tyrants care much for the educated, more often than not they are more educated than the common man. Any one who challenges their authority, especially intellectuals , quickly disappear in the night...
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I don't think tyrants care much for the educated, more often than not they are more educated than the common man. Any one who challenges their authority, especially intellectuals , quickly disappear in the night...
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1794 days ago)
Tyrants don't care for the educated, but they do need to get enough people to follow them to wield power. "Educated" people won't follow. That is precisely why tyrants don't care for the educated, they understand that if everyone was educated, they could not survive. The internet is a much more powerful tool against tyranny than the assault rifle.
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Tyrants don't care for the educated, but they do need to get enough people to follow them to wield power. "Educated" people won't follow. That is precisely why tyrants don't care for the educated, they understand that if everyone was educated, they could not survive. The internet is a much more powerful tool against tyranny than the assault rifle.
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Guest: once again laughing at America (1796 days ago)
"What is up with Piers Morgan and gun control?" You have proven yourself over and over and over and over and over and over ...that you to ignorant and don't have the mental capacities to understand. 1. US gun control does not work. There is absolutely NO argument against this. 2. There is no justifiable, logical, or conducive of a global community's, reasoning for the general public to have assault weapons. America is slipping fast into have no respect from any other country. And, before you argue, "we don't want to be part of a global community." That is where the rest of the civilized world is, and/or is heading. Add to that the blissful ignorance of America blow the sh*t out of other countries who's actions and policies are not in keeping with a global community.
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"What is up with Piers Morgan and gun control?" You have proven yourself over and over and over and over and over and over ...that you to ignorant and don't have the mental capacities to understand. 1. US gun control does not work. There is absolutely NO argument against this. 2. There is no justifiable, logical, or conducive of a global community's, reasoning for the general public to have assault weapons. America is slipping fast into have no respect from any other country. And, before you argue, "we don't want to be part of a global community." That is where the rest of the civilized world is, and/or is heading. Add to that the blissful ignorance of America blow the sh*t out of other countries who's actions and policies are not in keeping with a global community.
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Blong Blong (1795 days ago)
Looks to me like the 2nd Amendment is used as a smoke screen to sell more guns. Much better to vote the government out of office.
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Looks to me like the 2nd Amendment is used as a smoke screen to sell more guns. Much better to vote the government out of office.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1795 days ago)
So you think the gun sellers and manufacturers were the only people that voted to ratify the 2nd Amendment?
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So you think the gun sellers and manufacturers were the only people that voted to ratify the 2nd Amendment?
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Guest: hands up dumb ass (1795 days ago)
The 2nd Amendment was adopted in 1791.....that's 222 years ago!!! FFS.... What many people are trying to get through your thick heads is, that at the time it was written, It was most certainly relevant, and even the principle of A WELL MAINTAINED MILITIA may be relevant today.....but what it does not say, what it could not have intended to say....given that it was 200 years ago, is that every one has the right to stockpile semi-automatic assault rifles, tens of thousands of rounds etc, etc, etc......BUT because right wing nut-jobs have allowed this incorrect interpretation or belief to filter into the US system, then yes, the gun makers are going to take advantage of the situation and milk it for all they can. Hey it's corporate America...profit before people.
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The 2nd Amendment was adopted in 1791.....that's 222 years ago!!! FFS.... What many people are trying to get through your thick heads is, that at the time it was written, It was most certainly relevant, and even the principle of A WELL MAINTAINED MILITIA may be relevant today.....but what it does not say, what it could not have intended to say....given that it was 200 years ago, is that every one has the right to stockpile semi-automatic assault rifles, tens of thousands of rounds etc, etc, etc......BUT because right wing nut-jobs have allowed this incorrect interpretation or belief to filter into the US system, then yes, the gun makers are going to take advantage of the situation and milk it for all they can. Hey it's corporate America...profit before people.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1794 days ago)
Your "profit before people" comment doesn't apply here. The constitution contains the 2nd amendment and it has no ability to earn money. Is tobacco banned in the UK? If not, then the UK also has a "profit before people" philosophy because more people are killed by tobacco than guns and the tobacco companies are making loads of money -- approx 346.2 billion revenue with 35.1 billion in profit. LINK
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Your "profit before people" comment doesn't apply here. The constitution contains the 2nd amendment and it has no ability to earn money. Is tobacco banned in the UK? If not, then the UK also has a "profit before people" philosophy because more people are killed by tobacco than guns and the tobacco companies are making loads of money -- approx 346.2 billion revenue with 35.1 billion in profit. LINK
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1794 days ago)
You can't seriously think you are the only one who puts profit before people. The tobacco industry most certainly puts profit before people. As do the oil industry, food industry, pharmaceutical industry and banking, to name and shame but a few. Government is in there too, but I'm not sure who's pulling the shots. It's called corporatism, the inevitable consequence of unregulated capitalism.
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You can't seriously think you are the only one who puts profit before people. The tobacco industry most certainly puts profit before people. As do the oil industry, food industry, pharmaceutical industry and banking, to name and shame but a few. Government is in there too, but I'm not sure who's pulling the shots. It's called corporatism, the inevitable consequence of unregulated capitalism.
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Guest: Casey (1791 days ago)
I'm not sure what you mean by corporatism being the inevitable consequence of unregulated capitalism? Regulation favors big business . Big business is , supposedly, regulated by govt., you have more regulations and laws than ever before , the govt. is more powerful than ever before. The problem appears to be too much govt. and lack of the simple rule of law which, as we've seen with the likes of Corzine, govt. subverts at its discretion.
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I'm not sure what you mean by corporatism being the inevitable consequence of unregulated capitalism? Regulation favors big business . Big business is , supposedly, regulated by govt., you have more regulations and laws than ever before , the govt. is more powerful than ever before. The problem appears to be too much govt. and lack of the simple rule of law which, as we've seen with the likes of Corzine, govt. subverts at its discretion.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1794 days ago)
Why are you lumping banking in with tobacco? What harm is the banking industry doing to your health?
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Why are you lumping banking in with tobacco? What harm is the banking industry doing to your health?
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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1794 days ago)
Stress caused by global financial meltdown
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Stress caused by global financial meltdown
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cengland0 cengland0 (1794 days ago)
You mean the meltdown where the CUSTOMER stopped paying their mortgages? The consumer should be the ones held accountable to the banks for not paying their bills. When you borrow the money to buy the house, you're making a promise to pay the bank back for the amount you borrowed (plus a little interest for the bank). Your house is used as collateral in case you fail in your obligations. Unfortunately, too many of you stopped paying that it caused the prices of the houses to go down. Now when the bank repossesses the house, it's worth less than it was when you bought it so the bank could potentially take a loss with that. The banks are trying to help you own your home. Without them, most people would still be living at home with their parents or having to rent for the rest of their life. How can you blame the banks for you not paying your bills?
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You mean the meltdown where the CUSTOMER stopped paying their mortgages? The consumer should be the ones held accountable to the banks for not paying their bills. When you borrow the money to buy the house, you're making a promise to pay the bank back for the amount you borrowed (plus a little interest for the bank). Your house is used as collateral in case you fail in your obligations. Unfortunately, too many of you stopped paying that it caused the prices of the houses to go down. Now when the bank repossesses the house, it's worth less than it was when you bought it so the bank could potentially take a loss with that. The banks are trying to help you own your home. Without them, most people would still be living at home with their parents or having to rent for the rest of their life. How can you blame the banks for you not paying your bills?
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cengland0 cengland0 (1796 days ago)
What is up with Piers Morgan and gun control? If he doesn't like us having guns, he can go home. Why does he constantly discuss the same issue day after day when there are other things going on in this world. Ben Shapiro had a good question about if Piers cared about kids killed with handguns as much as he cared about the kids from Sandy Hook. Assault weapons are NOT the weapons of choice for deranged young people. Statistics show that very few murders are committed with "assault" weapons (0.1% of gun murders) so handguns is really the preferred weapon.
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What is up with Piers Morgan and gun control? If he doesn't like us having guns, he can go home. Why does he constantly discuss the same issue day after day when there are other things going on in this world. Ben Shapiro had a good question about if Piers cared about kids killed with handguns as much as he cared about the kids from Sandy Hook. Assault weapons are NOT the weapons of choice for deranged young people. Statistics show that very few murders are committed with "assault" weapons (0.1% of gun murders) so handguns is really the preferred weapon.
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Guest: Submitted as a guest? (1796 days ago)
Whats the general smoke policy i USA today? I guess it has been restricted over the years, as it has for the europeans. Can you tell me the reason for that movement?
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Whats the general smoke policy i USA today? I guess it has been restricted over the years, as it has for the europeans. Can you tell me the reason for that movement?
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cengland0 cengland0 (1796 days ago)
Are you talking about smoking tobacco in public areas? The reason that has been banned is it is unfair to non smokers to subject them to harmful toxins that are proven to cause cancer.
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Are you talking about smoking tobacco in public areas? The reason that has been banned is it is unfair to non smokers to subject them to harmful toxins that are proven to cause cancer.
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Guest: JB (1796 days ago)
...just as fully automatic weapons are harmful to the public when in the wrong hands!
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...just as fully automatic weapons are harmful to the public when in the wrong hands!
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cengland0 cengland0 (1796 days ago)
The difference is that people smoking in a public area do not intend to harm other people but do it because they are addicted. When people shoot others, they are doing it purposely. And when you say "in the wrong hands," how do you suppose we fix that? Take it away from everyone just to prevent it from being in the wrong hands of a few?
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The difference is that people smoking in a public area do not intend to harm other people but do it because they are addicted. When people shoot others, they are doing it purposely. And when you say "in the wrong hands," how do you suppose we fix that? Take it away from everyone just to prevent it from being in the wrong hands of a few?
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Guest: (1796 days ago)
If a gov. is going to turn into a tyrany and the people will need to rise up and defend themselves do they really think having guns even fully automatic rifles is going to stop that? Look at were this has happened in recent times, didhaving those guns make any difference when the gov used missiles, gas, tanks and rockets? Having a gun to protect yourself from tyrany makes as much sense as ******* for virginity.
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If a gov. is going to turn into a tyrany and the people will need to rise up and defend themselves do they really think having guns even fully automatic rifles is going to stop that? Look at were this has happened in recent times, didhaving those guns make any difference when the gov used missiles, gas, tanks and rockets? Having a gun to protect yourself from tyrany makes as much sense as ******* for virginity.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1795 days ago)
Which example are you referring to so we can look up who won? And did the people have the right to bear arms at the time the government turned?
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Which example are you referring to so we can look up who won? And did the people have the right to bear arms at the time the government turned?
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Guest: (1795 days ago)
Iraq, Egypt, Sri Lanka to name but a few. Small arms against, tanks, heavy arms and gas (as the case in iraq) just will not work. If you believe otherwise you are even more foolsih than you appear. Makes no difference if you have a right to bear arms or not, if you are trying to overthrow a goverment by force (be that good or bad) you will use arms be they legal or illegal, so once againt your right as you claim is really not a lot of use to you
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Iraq, Egypt, Sri Lanka to name but a few. Small arms against, tanks, heavy arms and gas (as the case in iraq) just will not work. If you believe otherwise you are even more foolsih than you appear. Makes no difference if you have a right to bear arms or not, if you are trying to overthrow a goverment by force (be that good or bad) you will use arms be they legal or illegal, so once againt your right as you claim is really not a lot of use to you
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Guest: this is SPARTA (1794 days ago)
The Indigenous Indians were armed but they were crushed by a tyrannical US government so yes your argument is well supported. I would lave to see these survivalists go up against the marines, no contest.
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The Indigenous Indians were armed but they were crushed by a tyrannical US government so yes your argument is well supported. I would lave to see these survivalists go up against the marines, no contest.
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Guest: (1795 days ago)
Personally I don't see the problem, if Americans want to kill each other let them.
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Personally I don't see the problem, if Americans want to kill each other let them.
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Guest: fletcher1956 (1796 days ago)
shapiro "Morgan you are a bully" blimey another American who goes toe to toe with Morgan and gets every single argument discredited by him. Shapiro has no answers and again the gun lobby have no rational or logical solutions.
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shapiro "Morgan you are a bully" blimey another American who goes toe to toe with Morgan and gets every single argument discredited by him. Shapiro has no answers and again the gun lobby have no rational or logical solutions.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1796 days ago)
And what answers did Piers bring to the table? What do you think the solution is?
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And what answers did Piers bring to the table? What do you think the solution is?
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Guest: Beau Guest (1796 days ago)
Take all the guns away, you moron.
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Take all the guns away, you moron.
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Guest: Jehovah's_witness (1796 days ago)
I think you meant "smug" moron
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I think you meant "smug" moron
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cengland0 cengland0 (1796 days ago)
Just as I thought. You guys think you know everything but, in reality, don't know anything. Not a single viable solution except one that violates our 2nd amendment.
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Just as I thought. You guys think you know everything but, in reality, don't know anything. Not a single viable solution except one that violates our 2nd amendment.
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Guest: fletcher1956 (1795 days ago)
Every single one of Mr Morgan's suggestions is morally justifiable, with sound judgement. Lets look at the gun lobby's suggestions and viewpoints, shall we for a second. They want more guns in circulation than ever before. The NRA and gun lobby has an inability to offer rational and constructive solutions. Blaming video games for causing an epidemic of violence, when releasing their own gun and target game on the App market. NRA have also revealed that they would not support further checks for people who are mentally Ill. Widespread evidence that the NRA undermines election campaigns of pro gun lobby candidates. Many Americans support the second amendment but want change. And again the second amendment in fact the entire constitution has had no formal referendum on any clause. It maybe legally binding but it does not mean it is morally justifiable or correct. Many pro gun supporters like yourself are ignoring the fact that more than half Americans want more gun control. 65% of Americans want more controls put on guns that can hold more than 10 bullets in its magazines.
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Every single one of Mr Morgan's suggestions is morally justifiable, with sound judgement. Lets look at the gun lobby's suggestions and viewpoints, shall we for a second. They want more guns in circulation than ever before. The NRA and gun lobby has an inability to offer rational and constructive solutions. Blaming video games for causing an epidemic of violence, when releasing their own gun and target game on the App market. NRA have also revealed that they would not support further checks for people who are mentally Ill. Widespread evidence that the NRA undermines election campaigns of pro gun lobby candidates. Many Americans support the second amendment but want change. And again the second amendment in fact the entire constitution has had no formal referendum on any clause. It maybe legally binding but it does not mean it is morally justifiable or correct. Many pro gun supporters like yourself are ignoring the fact that more than half Americans want more gun control. 65% of Americans want more controls put on guns that can hold more than 10 bullets in its magazines.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1795 days ago)
Piers hand picked 4 mass shootings: "Aurora Movie Theater," "Oregon Shopping Center," "Sandy Hook," "Some Fireman incident around Christmas" but he says he doesn't want to ban all guns. Those 4 mass shootings is a very small percentage of all handgun killings. An analogy is getting into a car accident and you're bleeding to death but the doctor focuses on removing a splinter from your finger instead of trying to stop the bleeding. It makes no sense to ban a weapon that is a minor issue compared to other bigger issues. That's the problem with Piers -- his "fix" to this problem WILL NOT solve the gun violence in America. Piers also tries to distract from the real issues by showing some over the counter drugs which have absolutely nothing to do with this problem. Regarding video game violence, this shows his ignorance because it has been proven that video games have no link to real violence. LINK Violence has decreased during the time the sale of violent video games increased. The same games sold in the US are also sold in other countries that do not have the same gun violence. Numerous authorities, including the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Surgeon General, Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communications Commission have examined the scientific record and found that it does not establish any causal link between violent programming and violent behavior.
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Piers hand picked 4 mass shootings: "Aurora Movie Theater," "Oregon Shopping Center," "Sandy Hook," "Some Fireman incident around Christmas" but he says he doesn't want to ban all guns. Those 4 mass shootings is a very small percentage of all handgun killings. An analogy is getting into a car accident and you're bleeding to death but the doctor focuses on removing a splinter from your finger instead of trying to stop the bleeding. It makes no sense to ban a weapon that is a minor issue compared to other bigger issues. That's the problem with Piers -- his "fix" to this problem WILL NOT solve the gun violence in America. Piers also tries to distract from the real issues by showing some over the counter drugs which have absolutely nothing to do with this problem. Regarding video game violence, this shows his ignorance because it has been proven that video games have no link to real violence. LINK Violence has decreased during the time the sale of violent video games increased. The same games sold in the US are also sold in other countries that do not have the same gun violence. Numerous authorities, including the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Surgeon General, Federal Trade Commission and Federal Communications Commission have examined the scientific record and found that it does not establish any causal link between violent programming and violent behavior.
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Guest: (1795 days ago)
Now here's the thing that I can understand......when you pro-gun nuts argue at length about rights and whatever, as a justification...when the conversation includes the phrase "hand picked 4 MASS SHOOTINGS" suggesting that they were not ALL of the mass shootings he could have picked from, then there's a serious problem in the thought process going on here......and these f u cking analogies, please, stop trying to sound so stupid, they may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but they are totally insane........ Video games..I'll give you that, don't play them myself, but REAL stats, do show this is true.
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Now here's the thing that I can understand......when you pro-gun nuts argue at length about rights and whatever, as a justification...when the conversation includes the phrase "hand picked 4 MASS SHOOTINGS" suggesting that they were not ALL of the mass shootings he could have picked from, then there's a serious problem in the thought process going on here......and these f u cking analogies, please, stop trying to sound so stupid, they may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but they are totally insane........ Video games..I'll give you that, don't play them myself, but REAL stats, do show this is true.
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Guest: (1795 days ago)
I thought you were going to get a real job and see a psychiatrist?
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I thought you were going to get a real job and see a psychiatrist?
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Guest: Arthrepicantico Pike (1796 days ago)
Give the americans more guns, and grenades and gas and hopefully, they will all kill each other but leave some of the thicko babes for us to ***** No-one makes a better corpse than an american
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Give the americans more guns, and grenades and gas and hopefully, they will all kill each other but leave some of the thicko babes for us to ***** No-one makes a better corpse than an american
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Guest: The Turd (1796 days ago)
I have so much to do. I have to hold down my job. I have to provide for my children. I like to watch films, read, listen to music. I like to have a glass or two with friends. I love to walk in the country, do my garden, cook, play games with the kids. There really aren't enough hours in the day to fit everything in. I cannot imagine the point or need of owning a single gun, of any make or calibre. I would respectfully suggest all those who feel a need to own multiple guns, many of them automatic, should perhaps engage in matters more rewarding and cerebral.
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I have so much to do. I have to hold down my job. I have to provide for my children. I like to watch films, read, listen to music. I like to have a glass or two with friends. I love to walk in the country, do my garden, cook, play games with the kids. There really aren't enough hours in the day to fit everything in. I cannot imagine the point or need of owning a single gun, of any make or calibre. I would respectfully suggest all those who feel a need to own multiple guns, many of them automatic, should perhaps engage in matters more rewarding and cerebral.
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TheBob TheBob (1796 days ago)
Is it OK for US citizens to own any weapon at all? Grenades, howitzers, landmines, bombs (nuclear and conventional), nerve gas? If not, they are already accepting limits on the arms they have the right to bear. Again if not, presumably it's to do with preventing mayhem or limiting their ability to kill large numbers in a short space of time. And if this is the case, limiting guns with large magazines and rapid rates of fire should fall into the same category.
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Is it OK for US citizens to own any weapon at all? Grenades, howitzers, landmines, bombs (nuclear and conventional), nerve gas? If not, they are already accepting limits on the arms they have the right to bear. Again if not, presumably it's to do with preventing mayhem or limiting their ability to kill large numbers in a short space of time. And if this is the case, limiting guns with large magazines and rapid rates of fire should fall into the same category.
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cengland0 cengland0 (1796 days ago)
Many weapons are already banned. As mentioned in the video, fully automatic weapons are banned. You can own explosives (even the Mythbusters use them in some of their demonstrations). To use some weapons, you need special licensing. Regarding nuclear weapons, that's been banned internationally. This is why we are worried about Iran at the moment because the consensus is that they are trying to build a nuclear weapon and the international community will not allow it. It is thought that only responsible countries should have exclusive control over weapons of mass destruction including gas. So name a weapon that is not already illegal for the general public that you feel should be made illegal and let's discuss the statistics.
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Many weapons are already banned. As mentioned in the video, fully automatic weapons are banned. You can own explosives (even the Mythbusters use them in some of their demonstrations). To use some weapons, you need special licensing. Regarding nuclear weapons, that's been banned internationally. This is why we are worried about Iran at the moment because the consensus is that they are trying to build a nuclear weapon and the international community will not allow it. It is thought that only responsible countries should have exclusive control over weapons of mass destruction including gas. So name a weapon that is not already illegal for the general public that you feel should be made illegal and let's discuss the statistics.
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Wulfrune Wulfrune (1796 days ago)
I'm not a fan of Morgan, but he sure as hell turn the half wit inside out. It was a joy to see, someone taking on a p!ss poor argument and promptly shoving it down the throat of the nut job. Yes, a joy to watch.
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I'm not a fan of Morgan, but he sure as hell turn the half wit inside out. It was a joy to see, someone taking on a p!ss poor argument and promptly shoving it down the throat of the nut job. Yes, a joy to watch.
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Guest: (1795 days ago)
I agree, Piers has worked within the PR (propaganda) industry so knows the techniques and can spot and couter them very well. What he has been doing of late has changed my opinion of him.
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I agree, Piers has worked within the PR (propaganda) industry so knows the techniques and can spot and couter them very well. What he has been doing of late has changed my opinion of him.
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