Harvard’s 2007 Gun Study Has Been Kept Secret – Until Now
Harvard, the crown jewel of the Ivy League, is arguably the poster school for progressive, liberal thought.
After all, here’s where Obama earned his chops as a Constitutional law student.
Here’s a Harvard study that is sure to make Obama and fellow liberal Democrats uncomfortable. It reveals the truth about guns and criminal activity.
According to a study in the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, which cites the Centers for Disease Control, the U.S. National Academy of Sciences and the United Nations International Study on Firearms Regulation, the more guns a nation has, the less criminal activity.
In other words, more firearms, less crime, concludes the virtually unpublicized research report by attorney Don B. Kates and Dr. Gary Mauser. But the key is firearms in the hands of private citizens.
“The study was overlooked when it first came out in 2007,” writes Michael Snyder, “but it was recently re-discovered and while the findings may not surprise some, the place where the study was undertaken is a bit surprising. The study came from the Harvard Journal of Law, that bastion of extreme, Ivy League liberalism. Titled Would Banning Firearms Reduce Murder and Suicide?, the report “found some surprising things.”
A Harvard study released in 2007, before Obama took office, is completely ignored.
Liberals hate facing the truth about guns.
If they can’t keep stoking fear about guns, these lose whole blocks of voters who have never owned or fired a gun.
Is it any wonder more private citizens are buying guns?
They know the truth.
And didn’t need any Harvard study to tell it to them.