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It’s Un-American to Bring a Gun to a Fistfight

The title should be something fundamental; understood, appreciated and upheld by everyone.  That’s because the statement stems from America’s much-touted, storied past, when the written rule of law was practically non-existent, yet there nevertheless was a tangible, un-written code of conduct that those rugged early citizens attempted to live by.

Arizona State Senate candidate Bobby Wilson shot and killed his mother in 1963

This code came about not through happenstance but rather because of the nature of the human condition, man versus man.  It was his earliest attempts to control his baser instincts, drives and natures that surely would’ve rode us to extinction by now, had it not been for the code.  Today, it’s heralded mostly in pulp fiction and lore but truly, it still exists, or should exist, in the psyche of modern-day man.  I’m talking about the code of the west. Continue reading

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