Saturday, December 6, 2008

Brady Bunch Gun Campaign rankings

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has rankings and ratings of how much gun fascism exists in each state--the more fascism, the higher the ranking and rating. Just scroll down and click on each state for the results.

Let's see how they ranked North Dakota. Pretty bad. North Dakota is ranked 44th out of 50 states and gets 4 out of a possible 100 points because rifles, shotguns and handguns are so easy to obtain and use there. A perfect score of 100 represents North Korea.

North Dakota must be a gun killer's paradise. Let's check US Crime Statistics. North Dakota has a murder and nonnegligent manslaughter rate of 1.9 per 100,000.

The Canadian province of Manitoba is just north of North Dakota. Everybody knows that Canada is a sheer paradise and does not allow common folk to have handguns. This must totally eliminate crime, especially murder, right? Let's check Canadian Crime Statististics [click here]. According to the official Canadian government statistics, Manitoba had a murder rate of 5.2 per 100,000.

Even worse, the new Canadian Inuit [f.k.a. "Eskimos"] territory of Nunavut has a murder rate of 22.5 per 100,000 [click here]

How can that be? Could the Brady Bunch be WRONG about guns??


  1. You information is wrong!!!
    We are allowed to own handguns, assault rifles as the authoritieslike to call them....we just call them ar15's or what ever they actually are!
    Unfortunatly we are not allowed to carry handguns.
    They must be in a locked case until we get to the range.
    I don't live in Manitoba but the law is federal, throughout Canada. I legally own several "restricted firearms" which like i mentioned includes handguns and ar15's ect.
    I just thought i'd make that clear for you
    Take care

  2. G.K.

    To be clear, are you saying the NO ONE (other than police) can ever carry a handgun in public?

  3. The North Dakota statute seems to suggest that one can obtain a hand gun permit by going through procedures and taking a test.


    Correct me if I'm wrong.