If Chicago hasn't taught us anything....do we really have to play the same game in Toronto or can we do better? Might I direct your attention to the church shooting about a year ago in the southern U.S. where a church member went and got his gun out of his vehicle and stopped the shooter? Does anyone remember how most of the people were saying that if it hadn't been for this hero and his gun that the killings would have been far worse? There is gun violence, and knife violence, and beatings - but disarming the citizenry while doing nothing about the crime or what is leading to the crime - makes one wonder what is really going on here. The U.S. Constitution, Second Amendment reads "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed" The reasoning behind having this amendment was so that the people could protect themselves, not just form others but also from a government that becomes out of control. When governments are trying desperately to disarm the people by sewing division and mistrust, focusing sympathy toward the perpetrators of violence instead of the victims, and having only one solution - gun control or bans- you must ask yourself why? What is the end game? Why is the crime not the focus? Why are excuses being made for the criminal act? Why do the innocent victims no longer matter? Why are law-abiding citizens being further victimi..