The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is touting the 20th anniversary of implementation of the Brady Law, requiring that buyers at gun shops pass a background check before every purchase.
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They’re marking the anniversary with a “report” extolling the program’s success and promoting their current target: criminalization of private firearm transfers.
The catch phrase for that campaign is “Finish the job.” The problem is that the job will never be finished.
The Brady’s solution for failed gun control laws is always additional restrictions on guns, and those “steps in the right direction” lead directly to bans, registration, and confiscation – as happened in the UK, Australia, pre-war Germany, the Soviet Union, etc., and as is currently happening in “baby steps” in California, New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey.