Mark Levin on gun control: Do we believe people are virtuous or not?

Mark Levin explains that the basis of the enlightenment and Western civilization, of Judaism and Christianity is that we believe people are for the most part good and virtuous and don’t need the tyrannical arm of government to infringe upon their individual sovereignty. He says that doesn’t mean there aren’t evil people setting out to do evil things. But either we believe people are generally good or we don’t and if we believe people are good, then is there really a need to take away their guns or restrict them heavily?


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