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DeKALB – A group that is fighting for Illinois residents to be able to carry concealed weapons said they spent several hours at Northern Illinois University on Wednesday to honor the victims of a campus shooting two years ago.

Shaun Kranish, executive director of ICarry.org, said the organization was gathering on the two-year, two-month anniversary of the Feb. 14, 2008, campus shooting to honor the five students who were killed. Another 21 people were injured in the incident at Cole Hall before the gunman killed himself.

“We are just trying to raise awareness and honor the victims of the massacre,” Kranish said during a phone interview before the event started. “ ... We believe we are honoring them by raising awareness of the fact that they were all helpless. Every single one in that hall was helpless and not able to have a way to protect themselves against the maniac who did that.”

The group met shortly after noon outside of the Holmes Student Center and intended to stay until the evening. Participants were wearing empty holsters to signify that Illinois does not allow residents to legally carry firearms The group talked with and passed out information to passers-by.

Maria Torres, 22, stopped to speak with the group. Torres, an Elgin resident who said she plans to transfer to NIU in the fall, said she is against carrying guns but that she wanted to hear what the group had to say.

“I have always associated (guns) with violence,” Torres said. “I have a bad idea of guns. I don’t think they do good.”

Scott Black, 30, of Sycamore said he came to the event to support his 2nd Amendment right to bear arms and to raise awareness.

“Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” Black said when asked why residents should have the right to bear arms. “You can’t have life if you can’t defend yourself. You can’t have liberty if you can’t defend yourself. And you need both to pursue happiness.”

The event also was sponsored by Students for Concealed Carry on Campus and GunMap.org. They said they also held the open holster event to raise awareness that many mass-casualty shootings have occurred in gun-free zones, a designation that Kranish said is not going to dissuade someone intent on committing murder.

NIU is a no-carry zone, NIU Police Sgt. Alan Smith said. The group alerted campus police that they would be there Wednesday, Smith said, and they “weren’t a disturbance.” Scott Peska, director of NIU’s Office for Support and Advocacy, said Wednesday afternoon that no one had come into his office with concerns about the group. OSA works with those most affected by the 2008 shooting.

Guns can be legally purchased by Illinois residents, who need to have a Firearm Owner’s Identification card and follow other rules. But residents cannot carry them openly or concealed. To legally transport a firearm, it must be unloaded and enclosed in a case by a person who has a valid FOID card, according to the Illinois State Police.

The state’s criminal code refers to “a case, firearm carrying box, shipping box, or other container,” according to the Illinois State Police Web site.

Posted by ShaunKranish on Thursday, April 15, 2010 @ 10:51:42 CDT (3010 reads)

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Hey Guys and Gals! Yes, its Christmas time again! I want to wish you all a Merry Xmas. However, I am not here just to wish you all fine fine greetings. I want to talk with or write about a common misconception. That is more like a safety rule. During this season I need not remind you of our bad economy and how around the country, the rise in home invasions has risen because of this problem. I know that alot of you own a firearm of some type. Now I know that it does add security and the ability to protect your loved ones from harm.

However, I want to remind you that sometimes, not always if you add a weapon of any kind into the mix of an incident, especially a firearm. You are only (once in a while) brining the stakes to a new level. This makes me think of what I am constantly taught and reminded of all the time. That we train, train, train for all types of events and or incidents while practicing with our weapons.

I know that most of us practice target shooting because we enjoy taking part in a match or meet. Most of us don't practice for close quarter encounters, such as hallways or small enclosed areas. However, as you know if you are going to defend yourself and or your family you should be able to make all of your shots count. You should never miss your mark! You are responsible for any shot that does miss its intended target, both criminally and in a civil matter. (Click on read more to continue...)

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Posted by ShaunKranish on Monday, December 22, 2008 @ 23:19:20 CST (3238 reads)

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I was recently surfing on the internet when I came across the article about the people that invented a way to inscribe a serial number inside of ammunition. Now on the surface this sounds as it is a good idea. I mean why not have serial numbers inside a 9mm or 45 caliber shell casing. Its a grand idea, SO THAT WE CAN ALL GET ACCUSED OF SOMETHING THAT WE DIDN'T DO WHEN THE ROUNDS GET STOLEN FROM OUR HOMES! Oh I know, we are suppose to lock these things up. Well, if you cannot afford a safe because you are a novice in firearms collecting. Then it doesn't make any sense to have a safe, at least not yet.

Oh I know this way we can track all of our rounds. That makes sense! So we can be criminalized, oh wait I said that already! That's right we can have all the firearms we want too, all we can collect. However, they want to bankrupt us all in the process. This way we are forced to hunt no longer and carry on our sporting traditions like target shooting so that they can prevent crime. Wait a minute! I just realized we cannot prevent crime and imagine this I AM A POLICE OFFICER! The pipe dreams these people have come up with is beyond me.

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Posted by ShaunKranish on Tuesday, December 16, 2008 @ 23:40:04 CST (3059 reads)

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Dear Gun Owners Fellowship Soon-to-be-Members,

Ive updated the GOF web page at: http://www.ICarry.org/modules.php?name=Fellowship. There is a link at the bottom, a button that says Buy Now. The price is $29.99 for lifetime membership. This is an introductory price that will soon go up to $49.99.

$10 per membership will be donated to Chris Morleys defense fund. Chris Morley is a handicapped man who lives in Chicago and has carried a pistol for nearly a decade. Chris has always followed the law, having a valid FOID card, and carrying his pistol unloaded in a case. His pistol has prevented him from being attacked at least three times. Recently, his employer searched his personal belongings, found his pistol, and had him arrested. Then he was fired. Needless to say, Chris is in a jam right now. Hes currently charged with a misdemeanor but it will most likely be upped to a felony just like what happened with yours truly. He's being represented by Walter Maksym, the veteran Constitutional attorney from Chicago who represented John Horstman, Roderick Pritchett, and yours truly in similar cases and won.

Chris has been active in the gun rights movement for many years. He was one of the original people in the group that worked with John Birch to try to push for concealed carry in Illinois. Hes been behind the cause, so now the Gun Owners Fellowship is making a small sacrifice to help him. Helping people is our mission, so with the first dollar that we collect we will stand true to this mission.

I will mail you the paperwork after you register online and provide payment. I can also send you the paperwork electronically if you prefer. You can print it out yourself and mail it in. If you have any questions please let me know and Ill do my best to answer them. Thanks for your interest and welcome to the fellowship!!!

Take care and be safe,

Shaun A. Kranish
Founder, ICarry.org and the Gun Owners Fellowship

PS -- I just posted a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) for the GOF. Check it out here: http://www.icarry.org/modules.php?name=FAQ&myfaq=yes&id_cat=4&categories=Gun+Owners+Fellowship
Posted by ShaunKranish on Tuesday, November 11, 2008 @ 22:29:39 CST (2728 reads)

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SEPTEMBER 8 2008
Meeting of the Northern Illinois Rifle and Pistol Club
AT
Verdi Club 728 N Madison Street
7:00 PM

Coming to address our club and anyone else who would like to come and listen and ask good questions is Steve Sauerberg, candidate running against Dick Durbin.

A member from the Winnebago County Board, perhaps Randy Olson or another distinguished member.

Come - listen- ask questions. Find out the peoples stand on Concealed Carry in Winnebago County and the rest of the state.

Invited guests will include:
Chiefs of Police for the cities of Rockford, Loves Park, Roscoe, Rockton and Cherry Valley. Sherriff Dick Myers States Attorney for Winnebago County
Find out where they stand on the issue of Concealed and Carry not only here in the county but also in the state.
If in 48 Why not in the last two: Illinois and Wisconsin
Posted by ShaunKranish on Sunday, August 17, 2008 @ 19:39:07 CDT (3384 reads)

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Please take a moment to show your support of concealed carry for responsible Illinois citizens and thank one of our most outspoken advocates, Winnebago County Board Member Fred Wescott. It takes just 2 seconds :)

FredWescott.com/Guestbook.php

And...a friend of Fred's, who is actually a reporter up in Wisconsin, just put out a editorial in the newspaper supporting concealed carry!!! We should send her a thank you as well!

Wisconsin Newspaper Editorial Supporting Concealed Carry!!!!


Carrying the cause in neighboring state by Tere Dunlap

I attended the National Rifle Association convention May 15-18 in Louisville, Ky.

One of my associates almost got a rash from the mere thought of me being an NRA lifetime endowment member; he had been sitting next to me for months without knowing.

He kidded me about Nazism and marching in lock-step, but I promised him a safe place to stand behind me and my gun should the need ever arise.

NRA CEO & Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre, members the NRA Board of Directors and politicians speaking at the convention emphasized that the Second Amendment is not about hunting, it's about the right to self-protection.

The only embarrassment I had while at the convention is that I was from one of the only two states, Wisconsin and Illinois, that do not allow concealed carry permits. Some people even offered me their sympathies.

However, Wisconsin soon may become the only state that will not allow their citizens the right to self-protection.

While at the convention, I received a message from Fred Wescott, Ill., newly-elected District 9 representative on the Winnebago County Board, which includes the city of Rockford, that the board was ready to pass a concealed carry law, dubbed "Carry and Protect" (CAP) by Wescott. He is expected to be a resolution spokesperson, and to lead the push.

I notified NRA news in May. Wescott notified a grass roots group through Illinoiscarry.com just last week. Across the country - even among Wisconsinites, interest in the issue has exploded.

In the past week, more than 90 people from all over the country, including Wisconsin, have left messages at Wescott's Web site guestbook thanking and encouraging the board for its move in the face of rising crime. Wescott said his site had more than 800 hits in that time. www.fredwescott.com

The Winnebago County Board will be holding a public hearing on that county's first attempt to pass a concealed carry law at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 10, at the Memorial Hall, 211 N. Main St. I expect there will be standing room only ... and media galore.

Wescott said there are enough of the 28 board members to get the county's resolution passed.

The Illinois Legislature has been messing around with a state Family Protection Act, bouncing it in and out of committees for two years, Wescott said.

The Act has just been sent back to committee again, he said.

"This (county resolution) is going to make the State do something," Wescott said Wednesday night.

Wescott expects the issuance of even one permit to bring Illinois State Attorney General Lisa Madigan to challenge the legality of county's law. Winnebago County has no "home rule" law, which allows local governments to override a state law.

The resolution will finally allow the county sheriff to issue permits. The sheriff already has permission to form a posse, but with the county concealed carry law, he will be able to call upon armed citizens to assist his department (or themselves), should the need ever arise.

I recommend the citizens of Wisconsin get behind them and their guns.

- Tere Dunlap is a reporter for The Monroe Times. She can be reached at tdunlap@themonroetimes.com.
Posted by ShaunKranish on Friday, June 06, 2008 @ 17:36:43 CDT (5075 reads)

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ICarry.org and other parties will be represented by Attorney Walter Maksym of Chicago, Illinois, in a "friend of the court" Amicus brief to the Supreme Court. This in regards to the Heller v. District of Columbia (Shelly Parker, et al. v. District of Columbia and Adrian M. Fenty) case recently decided in favor of individual, inherent, unalienable rights of the people to Keep and Bear Arms.

The brief will be sent in most-likely in February when it is due. There is considerable cost involved -- there are fees and very particular printing requirements (to the tune of thousands of dollars) for such a brief. Mr. Maksym also needs to be compensated for his time in this. Our goal is to raise that money, and more if possible, as soon as possible.

Parties interested may also contribute with information. You are free to write a letter to Mr. Maksym with as much useful information as possible for the brief. Who knows -- something you write could end up going to the Supreme Court!! Those interested are encouraged to research this type of brief before writing.

To contribute and/or send a letter to Mr. Maksym:

Electrontically:

Click HERE to donate!!!

Click HERE to email Walter Maksym


Or By Mail:

ICarry.org Amicus Brief
2625 N. Mulford Rd.
Suite 122 Rockford, IL 61114

Please make checks or money-orders PAYABLE TO WALTER MAKSYM.


Thanks for your interest. Let's let the Supreme Court know how we feel about gun rights in Illinois. Remember, they will be hearing from the anti-gunners as well.

Click HERE for more info and discussion
Posted by ShaunKranish on Thursday, November 29, 2007 @ 11:05:01 CST (7948 reads)

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The White County Board passed a largely symbolic resolution Monday declaring its support of the Second Amendment and its intent to oppose the enactment of state laws infringing upon the amendment and the rights it gives Illinois citizens. The last line of the proposed resolution says "consider such laws to be unconstitutional and beyond lawful Legislative authority." Board Chairman Ron Wooten said the board's legal counsel had advised against approving this line of the resolution, saying the board lacks authority to declare a state law unconstitutional. The resolution was presented by Mike and Valinda Rowe, who were featured in a front page story last week in The Times. They are spending their retirement fighting for gun rights in Illinois and are seeking the passage of a concealed carry law in Illinois, one of two states that do not allow private citizens to carry a concealed firearm. Read More...
Posted by ShaunKranish on Wednesday, June 13, 2007 @ 15:17:58 CDT (4245 reads)

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Illinois baby obtains gun permit

AS POSTED By the BBCNEWS

Bubba Ludwig may only be 10 months old, but he has already successfully obtained a gun licence in the

US state of Illinois.

Bubba's father, Howard Ludwig, applied on his behalf after his grandfather gave him a shotgun as an heirloom.

Mr Ludwig said he had not expected to succeed, but he filled in the online form, paid $5 and the licence was his.

US gun laws are regularly the subject of fierce debate, renewed recently after April's Virginia Tech killings.

Gunman Cho Seung-hui was able to exploit a loophole in Virginia state law and obtain weapons despite having a history of mental illness. The loophole was later closed.

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Posted by ShaunKranish on Wednesday, May 16, 2007 @ 12:18:03 CDT (10187 reads)

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UnionLeader.com article on bar shooting in New Hampshire

Read this – the way things are supposed to be (except for the stupid comments by bar owner). Compare that to what would happen in Illinois.
Posted by ShaunKranish on Sunday, April 15, 2007 @ 15:08:18 CDT (3066 reads)

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By striking down the District of Columbia's extraordinarily strict gun control law, which essentially bans guns, a federal appeals court may have revived gun control as a political issue.

It has been mostly dormant since autumn 2000, when Al Gore decided he was less interested in it than in carrying states such as Michigan and Pennsylvania: "Gore Tables Gun Issue As He Courts Midwest" (New York Times, Sept. 20, 2000). The appeals court ruling appalls advocates of gun control laws and should alarm the Democratic Party.

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Posted by ShaunKranish on Saturday, March 17, 2007 @ 10:15:56 CDT (2233 reads)

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From NewsMax.com: Scope of 2nd Amendment Questioned

In a case that could shape firearms laws nationwide, attorneys for the District of Columbia argued Thursday that the Second Amendment right to bear arms applies only to militias, not individuals.

The city defended as constitutional its long-standing ban on handguns, a law that some gun opponents have advocated elsewhere. Civil liberties groups and pro-gun organizations say the ban in unconstitutional.

At issue in the case before a federal appeals court is whether the Second Amendment right to "keep and bear arms" applies to all people or only to "a well regulated militia." The Bush administration has endorsed individual gun-ownership rights but the Supreme Court has never settled the issue.

If the dispute makes it to the high court, it would be the first case in nearly 70 years to address the amendment's scope. The court disappointed gun owner groups in 2003 when it refused to take up a challenge to California's ban on assault weapons.

In the Washington, D.C., case, a lower-court judge told six city residents in 2004 that they did not have a constitutional right to own handguns. The plaintiffs include residents of high-crime neighborhoods who want guns for protection.

Courts have upheld bans on automatic weapons and sawed-off shotguns but this case is unusual because it involves a prohibition on all pistols. Voters passed a similar ban in San Francisco last year but a judge ruled it violated state law. The Washington case is not clouded by state law and hinges directly on the Constitution.

"We interpret the Second Amendment in military terms," said Todd Kim, the District's solicitor general, who told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit that the city would also have had the authority to ban all weapons.

"Show me anybody in the 19th century who interprets the Second Amendment the way you do," Judge Laurence Silberman said. "It doesn't appear until much later, the middle of the 20th century."

Of the three judges, Silberman was the most critical of Kim's argument and noted that, despite the law, handguns were common in the District.

Silberman and Judge Thomas B. Griffith seemed to wrestle, however, with the meaning of the amendment's language about militias. If a well-regulated militia is no longer needed, they asked, is the right to bear arms still necessary? "That's quite a task for any court to decide that a right is no longer necessary," Alan Gura, an attorney for the plaintiffs, replied. "If we decide that it's no longer necessary, can we erase any part of the Constitution?"

I hope I'm not the only one seeing a tremendous opportunity for change here. The appelate judges have to rule that either the 2nd Amendment protects the rights of the people or it does not. Either way, once they do rule, it will have to go to the Supreme Court and finally be settled.

The only question is, how ready will the NRA be??? Because, God forbid the supreme court rules that we're not protected, we can kiss 'em all goodbye now.
Posted by ShaunKranish on Tuesday, December 19, 2006 @ 04:19:39 CST (2131 reads)

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From Concealed Carry Inc.: Concealed Carry, Inc. Closes Doors For Good

December 5th, 2006

Fellow subjects of the State of Illinois:

Greeting and salutations.

Pending the filing of a final tax return, and the turning in of our BATF records, Concealed Carry, Inc. is closed for business.

When Concealed Carry, Inc. started in November of 1997 I was truly a ball of fire, and convinced if one applied reason to the gun control debate, then concealed carry would logically follow in Illinois.

To drive home our point we had a lot of fun with transporting weapons in fanny packs to Taste of Chicago and our one hand gun a month give-a-way to Chicago residents was a hoot that made it all the way over to the BBC. Not bad for corporation with zero assets and that maintained a cash account of never more than $400.

Still the bottom line is we needed to make our case not in Illinois, as that has been pretty much accomplished, but rather in Cook County. We failed.

The Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence probably has more paid staff than members (in fact, if you go to their web site there is no way to join the ICHV,) yet they see the playing field clearly. Maintaining an office in both Chicago and Springfield they cozy up to the right people and like magic, they get their way. By contrast the Illinois State Rifle Association has perhaps 12,000 members or so, but is considered a "nutty uncle on loose" in Springfield and is headquartered in Chatsworth, IL (Never heard of it? Surprise.)

I suspect the reason for the legislative success of gun control in Illinois is that the ICHV is backed by big liberal money, like the Pritzker fortune, with fulltime hired guns, who know how to play hard ball with a state representative when they need "reminding." (Okay, my hat is off to ICHV Exec Director Thom Mannard. You outwitted, outlasted and outplayed.) Meanwhile ISRA members are content to just be allowed to plink at a range, or shoot a rabbit to skin and put in the pot for dinner.

My prognostication is that a major effort to ban the possession (not purchase) of all semi-auto’s is next. I will go further and tell you it might be best thing to happen to gun owners in Illinois. Let me give an example from history.

Hitler put Jews in concentration camps, a bad thing in itself, but ultimately forgivable and recompensable. Witness the Japanese incarceration in the USA for an example. Where Hitler made any hope of being forgiven by humanity unthinkable was in making the camps extermination facilities.

Well creating 1,500,000 instant felons in the State of Illinois with the stroke of Governor Blagojevich’s pen just might be the thing to finally galvanize Illinois gun owners. Not to mention there are an awful lot of closet gun owners in Cook County. They would admit to being gay to their wife before letting the cops know they have a gun, such is the fear of the police. Why not ramp the terror up a notch, eh?

In any case we know that playing defense in Springfield does not work. Stopping a gun control bill, and calling that a victory, is to recall the British repulsing the opening attacks in the movie Zulu, wherein the Red Coats were gleeful in victory. The end of the movie is a bit less jovial. As will be the end in Illinois.

We also know that sending money to gun rights organizations doesn’t work. But feel free to send that money anyway so you can feel like “you are doing something to protect your rights in Illinois.” I’ll have a bit of laugh as you do, but it will be a friendly laugh with a knowing wink and a nod.

For those of you who say the press is out to get us, I say NONSENSE. I have dealt with virtually every major news organization in the USA and certainly every credible media outlet in Illinois. I have always got a fair shake in the press. You just have to give the press a story. The anti-gunners are just plain better at doing that than gun owners. They bring heart rendering emotion to the debate, we bring facts and figures. One picture of a dead boy with a grieving mother beats a 1,000 John Lott’s.

As for me I am going to Pensacola on Thursday to finalize a land transfer and will be changing my state of residence in the near future. As good friend Ron Bond says: “I won’t go anywhere my gun isn’t welcome.”

Now, I have just broken my rule not to name names of the good subjects who have helped out over the years. You know if I do I’ll forget a half dozen of you, and only create bitterness. You know who you are. Your reward is the same as mine for your efforts: NOTHING.

John Birch
President
Posted by ShaunKranish on Wednesday, December 06, 2006 @ 13:21:32 CST (2134 reads)

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Shop owner kills would-be robber: cops
'He's been through a terrible ordeal'


Sun Time article here


The first sign of trouble came when workers at a Roselle restaurant heard muffled calls for help from a neighboring coin and comics shop.

Seconds later, a blood-stained Glenn Soustek burst into the restaurant, telling workers he had been shot by an intruder who tried to rob his shop.

Police rushed Friday morning to Soustek's business, Westlake Cards, Comics, Coins, and discovered 40-year-old Geoffrey A. Webb lying dead near the back of the store, a pistol still clenched in his hand.
Webb, who was on federal parole for a 1994 armed robbery, was shot several times by Soustek during what authorities described as a botched holdup.
Posted by ShaunKranish on Saturday, November 04, 2006 @ 13:36:39 CST (2988 reads)

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By Lt.Col. (ret.) Dave Grossman, Army Ranger, psychology professor, author of "On Killing" and the upcoming "On Combat".


One Vietnam veteran, an old retired colonel, once said this to me: "Most of the people in our society are sheep. They are kind, gentle, productive creatures who can only hurt one another by accident." This is true. Remember, the murder rate is six per 100,000 per year, and the aggravated assault rate is four per 1,000 per year. What this means is that the vast majority of Americans are not inclined to hurt one another.

Some estimates say that two million Americans are victims of violent crimes every year, a tragic, staggering number, perhaps an all-time record rate of violent crime. But there are almost 300 million Americans, which means that the odds of being a victim of violent crime is considerably less than one in a hundred on any given year. Furthermore, since many violent crimes are committed by repeat offenders, the actual number of violent citizens is considerably less than two million.

Thus there is a paradox, and we must grasp both ends of the situation: We may well be in the most violent times in history, but violence is still remarkably rare. This is because most citizens are kind, decent people who are not capable of hurting each other, except by accident or under extreme provocation. They are sheep.

I mean nothing negative by calling them sheep. To me it is like the pretty, blue robin's egg. Inside it is soft and gooey but someday it will grow into something wonderful. But the egg cannot survive without its hard blue shell. Police officers, soldiers, and other warriors are like that shell, and someday the civilization they protect will grow into something wonderful. For now, though, they need warriors to protect them from the predators.

"Then there are the wolves," the old war veteran said, "and the wolves feed on the sheep without mercy." Do you believe there are wolves out there who will feed on the flock without mercy? You better believe it. There are evil men in this world and they are capable of evil deeds. The moment you forget that or pretend it is not so, you become a sheep. There is no safety in denial.

"Then there are sheepdogs," he went on, "and I'm a sheepdog. I live to protect the flock and confront the wolf."

If you have no capacity for violence then you are a healthy productive citizen, a sheep. If you have a capacity for violence and no empathy for your fellow citizens, then you have defined an aggressive sociopath, a wolf. But what if you have a capacity for violence, and a deep love for your fellow citizens? What do you have then? A sheepdog, a warrior, someone who is walking the hero's path -- someone who can walk into the heart of darkness, into the universal human phobia, and walk out unscathed. Read More...
Posted by ShaunKranish on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 @ 14:30:16 CDT (1764 reads)



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