Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Wow--this is a step forward.

Indiana has passed a law stating that people whose homes are invaded by public employees--like police with a no-knock warrant kicking in the wrong door--can shoot the jackbooted thugs kicking in their doors.

Of course, the police are concerned, now, that they're going to get shot.

Here's a hint, guys: stop with the unconstitutional no-knock warrants.  Indiana is only the first state that's permitting people to defend themselves against uniformed thugs.  I'm certain that many more will follow.  The element of surprise isn't going to get cops anything but dead.

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