American society is far more auto-oriented than Europe, Africa, & South America. We love our mobility and the independence of owning an automobile.
But govt leftists are now seeking to limit ownership of deadly weapons in the USA. Right now they are seeking to put obstacles in the way of buying self-protection items.
One has to ask when the automobiles will be taken away from the average citizen
Comparing Cars To Guns
Simply put, one in every 18.2k guns produced a human death. But 1 in every 6.7k autos will produce a death, in one year.
In 2021, there were 289.5 million registered autos in the USA. There were also 42,915 auto deaths. That means 1 in every 6.746 autos were involved in an auto fatality.
In 2012 there were 5.49 deaths in the USA for every 100,000 firearms owned. That means 1 in every 18,215 firearms were involved in a firearms fatality. That statistic comes from www.gunpolicy.org.
We must acknowledge that it's very questionable just how many operational firearms are owned in the USA. No one wants to reveal their protective firearms.
If the US Constitution gave every free citizen a right to own & operate a vehicle, would leftists try to restrict that, too?
A guest editorial on policy decisions for the US Senate to address.
TOWARDS A SANE MARIJUANA POLICY FOR OKLAHOMA AND AMERICA
By Jackson Lahmeyer
Since the passage of state question 788, Oklahoma has experienced the boom of a billion dollar industry creating around 45,000 jobs in our state. At this point, 47 States now have some form of medical cannabis program.
Talk radio legend, Eddie Huff, does a weekly Saturday podcast with David Van of Sooner Politics. This weekend, Randy Krehbiel of the Tulsa World came to the studio to help us break down a massive 2022 election bracket.
Additionally, Republicans will be assured 8 additional Senate seats because only Republicans filed. One Senate seat will be resolved between Democrat candidates.
Of the 24 Senate seats not up for election this year, 23 are Republican, 1 is Democrat. This means only 6 of the 48 senate seats will be a November decision. Republicans therefor retain at least a 75% majority of the Oklahoma Senate.
In the Oklahoma State House of Representatives, 22 more Reps will be decided among Republicans, since only Republicans filed. Democrats will pick up 1 additional seat when they decide between an exclusively Democrat list of candidates.
This means Republicans already retain 50 of the 101 offices. Democrats have secured 9. So, just 42 House seats will be determined by the November elections.
Many Incumbents Win By Default