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As a medical professional, who was your most unforgettable patient?He was a young Mexican man, just a kid really, nineteen years old and in the prime of life. He had come to the United States, running across the desert like a lot of guys his age, found a job, worked hard and had begun to achieve the American dream. He made enough money to send some home to his parents in some little town in Mexico every month and he had Sundays off so he could enjoy a game of soccer in the park. What more could a guy want? And there he was, not a care, not a worry. A perfect day. When it happened he wasn’t even moving, just standing there at the goal waiting for the ball. Then he went down. Brain aneurysm.Nobody knows for sure why aneurysms happen. They just do. Nature’s little time bomb, just waiting to explode. On that sunny Sunday when it seemed like nothing could go wrong, the young man’s life began to end as the part of his brain that made him be the guy his friends knew faded away. When we checked his pupils we saw they didn’t respond, they remained large and unchanged. His friends found it hard to understand. He had just been standing there and then, so fast, he was gone. It was too nice a day for that to happen. He hadn’t done anything wrong. He was just standing there.The first night in the hospital was terrible for everyone. The friends had all shown up with high hopes that sophisticated American doctors could save him. They didn’t have any idea as to what the outcome to this tragedy could be and we were too aware of what it would. For almost all intents and purposes, the young man had already died, yet he looked so peaceful. He just looked asleep. But his brain was dead.We had two good reasons to use all of our high tech machines to keep the rest of him alive. Both, in my opinion, very good reasons. It is in the best interests of the family to have a body to embrace and say good-bye to. There is a need for closure, especially when there has been a separation of time and space between loved ones.The second good reason we had to keep the patient alive was that he was the perfect organ donor. From the neck down, he was only nineteen years old and everything worked perfectly. Only his head was hurt and we couldn’t do anything about that. But if everything went well we could save his organs and give them to someone else.If we can get consent from the family, we call an agency called ROPA and they figure out who will match up with this person’s organs. Then the “harvesting” team flies in from different parts of the country, goes into the operating room and takes the parts they need. When they’re done they fly back to where they came from, straight to their own hospital, where an anxious patient is waiting for their lifesaving skills and a fresh organ.The nurse called me to the dying patient’s room when the father showed up late that night. I was in the middle of dinner and wasn’t looking forward to what I knew was going to be a difficult situation, having to face the father who hadn’t seen his son for three years and when he finally did it was only to watch machines breath for him until he died. It would be a sad good-bye and I would have to watch it.Medical ethics and the law say we have to approach every family of a dead or dying patient about the possibility of organ donation. There’s even a place on the paperwork to be completed for each death in the hospital. “Was the family approached about organ donation?” “If not, Why not?”There’s no place on the form to explain you just weren’t up to it or you had already done it enough that week and it was somebody else’s turn. There’s no place to write “I was afraid I’d start crying” or “The patient looked just like my brother or mother or father or someone else I love”. There was only a box to check. Sometimes life is just that simple. It doesn’t matter how you feel, only what you do. And that night, it was my turn to do.When I came into the room, the father’s pleading eyes caught mine and there was no place for either of us to hide. There was only that damn box to check. Did I do it or not? It didn't matter how I felt or what I wanted to do. There was no way around it, there was only through it. Everyone else in the patient’s existence until that time was about life. Not me, I was about death.We knew neither of us wanted to be there, that both of us wanted to go backwards in time and try the day again and have it turn out a different way. We knew we couldn’t. I could see the tears in his eyes and he could see the tears in mine. He didn’t want me to start and I didn’t want to start, this dance of death, this inevitable quest to check the right box, to save some lives and for him, to lose one.Slowly I explained what had happened. I told him death was imminent, that even with all our machines we could only keep his son alive a little bit longer. He seemed to understand that death would come no matter what we did and his face ever so slightly signaled acceptance. He quickly made his peace with death. And then he looked me in the eyes again as if to say, “Now what?”I had to check the box.“Mr. Lopez,” I said, “how would you feel about letting us take your son’s heart and lungs and some other important parts?”“What would you do with them?” he asked me.“Save lives,” I answered.I explained how that worked and he looked truly amazed. I could relate. I’ve been doing this for a long time and I am still truly amazed by the concept of organ transplantation. I could see from the way he held his chin in his hand, I was getting close to a yes and I could almost visualize myself putting that check in the right box. I knew he just needed some final piece of understanding, and after thirty years of traveling in Mexico, I knew exactly what it was. This man would not return to his little village in defeat, sad and grieving. He would go home the proud, respected father. We could make his son a hero and send him home in glory. So we talked.“When your son came to this country, he had dreams and plans. He wanted to be a success in America. He wanted to return to his village in triumph and make you proud of him. He wanted to come home a hero and a real hero is a man who doesn’t think of himself first. He is a man who is willing to make sacrifices. A hero is a man who will give up his own life so others may live. That is what a hero is.”The old man looked deep into my eyes.“I will tell you in the morning” he said and then he left.The next day when I went to meet with the old man he greeted me with an embrace. “Let us talk of heroes,” he said, “How many lives can my son save today?”“He can save two lives with his kidneys, two lives with his lungs and another with his heart. He can save a life with his liver and help a diabetic with his pancreas. With his skin we can heal the burns that otherwise would be forever painful and with his bones we can help many people walk. And with his eyes he will bring sight to two people who would be in darkness without him. He will save many lives and change many more,” I said.“Good, then we can put up a plaque in the church by the plaza so that everyone in the village can see. My son will come home a hero. I hope you will do our family the honor of coming to visit the plaque sometime and see the place where my son grew up.”That night when I filled out the death form, my tears fell on the part that asked if the family was approached about organ donation. I had never felt so good about putting an X in the right box. I had never felt better about what I do and who I am. It just doesn’t get any better than being on a team that saves lives and at the same time, helps ordinary people become heroes.Some day I’m going down to that place in Mexico. I’m going to see that plaque and meet that young man’s family. I need to tell them again what a hero he was. They all need to know he saved so many lives.from my blog My Life In The ER
Who will win the 2016 U.S. presidential election, and why? Which party: Democrat or Republican? Which nominees are the most likely to win their party's nomination? How much will the gender or "race" of candidates influence the 2016 election?Tldr; Trump is signNowly underestimated because he will steal Sander’s supporters.It is early June, and people still do not fear Trump as he should be feared. To me, this is crazy considering all that has happened in the past year.I am seriously concerned that the consensus opinion on the Internet is that Hillary will almost certainly coast to victory if nothing extraordinary happens. This opinion is lauded by pundits including Nate Silver, who famously only gave Trump a 2% of winning the Republican nomination just six months ago (Trump has been leading in the polls for around 9 months now). It is supported by our fear that America is going to the toilet. But it is almost certainly wrong.Trump winning is not a possibility; it is a probability at this point.In 2012, Obama seemed to win by a landslide of 332 electoral votes to Mitt Romney’s 206. But the popular vote was much closer at only 51%. In addition, Obama enjoyed strong black support and record turnouts. African Americans only supported the Democratic party 77% of the time in 2004 but that jumped to 91% in 2008. I would be extremely surprised in Clinton is able to put up the same numbers.Think of all the things that could go wrong for America that would all but guarantee a Trump victory.A terrorist attackA Sanders 3rd party runTrump picking Sanders as VP (unlikely Sanders would accept, but if he does because he wants the position and/or he thinks it will get stuff done it is OVER for Hillary)Hillary getting indicted by the FBI.The scariest part about all this is that Trump doesn’t even need any of the above to win, only to win by a landslide. He will undoubtedly pivot his position during the general election.Right now he is just waiting for the democratic nomination to see what his direction should be. If the most likely outcome occurs and Hillary wins, then he will not make the move towards moderation as so many people think will occur, but instead go extreme in the opposite direction and try to steal Sander’s supporters. If Sanders somehow pulls out an upset, then naturally, Trump will try to steal the moderate voters who are wondering when they got sucked into a revolutionOh you think Trump can’t steal Sanders voters?A famous mantra of politics is that voters are forgetful. This manifests in many ways, including most famously the slogan “what have you done for me lately”. But the kicker here is that Trump’s antics over the past year are going to affect the presidential election a lot less that people seem to be anticipating.Now, I’m not saying that no one will remember all the stunts that Trump has pulled. Trump has pulled more than all the candidates for the past 15 years combined have. But do you remember anything Obama did in 2011?Trump won’t approach that level, but unless he goes into another insulting frenzy with another news anchor, his insults of Megyn Kelly will not be what decides the election in 2016. He could easily do a complete 360 on almost any issue he has taken a stance on. In terms of stealing Sander’s base, he may not even have to pivot as hard as you might think. Trump has already called for increasing taxes on wall street, and it is very simple to change his opinion to just make his tax rates slightly above Hillary’s.Also keep in mind, Trump is NOT actually from Wall Street.As terrible as he his, Trump is a media genius. Do not underestimate how he may pivot. We can stop him not if we keep patting ourselves for a guaranteed victory before the Democratic nomination is even settled, but only if we seriously realize that America is under attack.Update June 8, 2016: The courting has begun. Donald J. Trump on TwitterIf you prefer medium, the article is also at Trump Will Steal Sanders Supporters
What were some “red flags” new hires shouldn't ignore when starting a new job?Let’s discuss 10 red flags to watch for within the first 3 months of your job. 3 months gives you ample time to find. My credentials for this answer: 20+ years in the corporate America cube farm. Fortune 500, mid-level, and start-ups. Ready…Let’s go get it.Has your job, in the first few weeks, suddenly morphed into something different from the job role on your employment contract? And, if you call management out on it, and they use silly phrases like not “being flexible”. Congratulations, you’ve found your first red flagAside: If you learn nothing else from this post, read this: “Flexible” and “Team Player” mean do more work, but not get paid for it. Learn this quickly. Because the most important thing every morning is waking up, looking in the mirror, and being able to respect yourself.If you work in a job as a “doer”, such as developer, builder of things, etc., do you find yourself booked up in many meetings? Then congratulations, you’ve discovered a red flag. “Doers” should not be in too many meetings. Because gasp…they need time to actually do stuff. If management cannot squash this early so you can do what you do best, you’ve found yourself at a mismanaged company.In the first few weeks of joining a company, do you notice lots of “cliques” and keep running into “unexpected, unspoken rules?” If so, you’ve dug up another red flag.I remember working at a company years back, doing development. In my interview, I was crystal clear…”I don’t like filling out a lot of paperwork to push code. I just want to code, test quickly, and push it out there.” Alas, 3 weeks after getting hired, management “revealed” that every code push needs a 3 page document filled out, a web form filled out, 3 layers of approval, just to get a change in. It’s ridiculous. The more red tape, the bigger the red flag.Does your company push “social-time” off hours and unnecessary get-togethers? Do they push, and I mean push charities, social justice groups, and other hootenanny garbage? Congratulations, you’ve found another red flag. Nowhere in any standard employment contract anywhere, does it state you must be active with charity, social justice causes, and any of that other garbage. Nor should it, because none of that has one iota to do with your job and the company making money. Not one iota. So if it’s pushed on you, run for the hills.Does your company value “in-office” time more than they do accomplishments during your work hours? If so, you’ve found another archaic, and detrimental red-flag. If I get 8 hours of work done in 2 hours, then what I do after that shouldn’t matter. Because, it’s not like corporate will pay you more for additional effort. Great bosses will let you leave early and give flex time when you pump out work quickly.Do scheduled meetings always run over time, or start late, or both? Congratulations, you’ve found another red-flag. Time wasters. Also, meetings, especially corporate meetings, are notorious for posturing and politics. And if you aren't a fan of meetings like me, then this is a HUGE red flag. Meetings should have an agenda, allow no rambling, and get to the point quick. As in, who is doing what, who needs help, and when can we expect things to get done. That’s it. No more.Are you having a hard time finding a document about annual raises and bonuses? As in, you do “x” and “y”, and this is how you advance. And when you ask about it, does your manager hem and haw or avoid the subject. Congratulations, you’ve found another red flag found at 90% or more of corporate jobs.Does the majority of people at or above your level use unnecessary buzz words to describe something? As in, can you find a word from grade 5 to grade 7 on the Flesch-Kincaid reading level to replace their silly buzzword, and not only keep the meaning of what they were trying to say, but enhance it? Congratulations, you’ve found another red flag. The key to communication is simplicity and clarity. And buzzwords violate both those rules. And if we can’t have a simple conversation about “my contract” and not “annual incentive protocol”, then we have a red flag on our hands.Do the dumbest people get promoted, and the superstars get passed over or marginalized? Congratulations young padawan, you’ve uncorked another red flag. And this, like #7, happens at 90% or more of corporate companies. It’s red flag football, and you never score a touchdown.Does your new company change “direction” every 2–4 weeks? Pat yourself on the back detective, you’ve found another red flag. If management cannot figure out what to do, and they get paid large coin to do one job, then you’ve found yourself at an insane asylum. Best to pull the cord and exit stage left.Heed these 10 rules my friends, they just might save your life down the road.
What stops greencard holders, expats and even tourists from casting a vote in US elections with voter ID requirements?Stupidity doesn’t come into it. [EDIT: The question originally began with, “Why is the U.S. so stupid as to not require an ID to vote?”} You seem to think that “you don’t have to show a picture ID at the polling place” means the same as “there are no safeguards in place to prevent fraud at the polling place.”Suppose you are on vacation from overseas in California, a state that doesn’t require a picture ID at the polling place. You wake up on a Tuesday morning, and learn from the news that it is election day. You decide to vote. How do you go about doing it?You can ask the concierge at your hotel where the closest polling place is. The likely answer: “I don’t have any idea.” People vote in the precincts where they live; they have no reason to know where any other polling places are.So you just walk around town until you see a sign directing you to a polling place. You go in and approach the poll worker. She will ask for your name. What do you say? You will have to give the name of a voter who is registered to vote in that precinct. Suppose you say “James Smith” (the most common man’s name in the U.S.) and by chance there is a James Smith on the list for that precinct.With a little more luck, neither the poll worker nor anyone nearby will know the real James Smith, so you won’t be found out that way.What next? She will ask you for your address. If you don’t know the address, you’re sunk. Or maybe she sees that James Smith has already voted. Either way, the poll worker will likely call the police, and you will be arrested for voter fraud, and could spend a few years in jail.Could same-day registration save you? No. You go and say “I want to register to vote,” and fill out the form they give you. You will have to claim an address in the precinct. If you are from overseas, do you know the proper form for U.S. addresses? Do you know the boundaries of that particular precinct? Can you come up with an address in the precinct? Then the big barrier. Show that you live there.It’s true that you don’t need a picture ID for this part. But you do need some evidence that you live in the precinct. Do you have that? Library card, electricity bill, anything? No, you don’t. Again, you’re sunk. And again, the police might be called.You suggested that a green-card holder might do this. (That is, a legal permanent resident who is not a citizen.) They would be able to gather some of this information beforehand. But they still have the problem of pretending to be someone who is actually registered in the precinct, who will likely also go to vote on that day. And the green-card holder has another penalty to worry about, other than the three years in jail. They can be deported, and never permitted to return to the U.S., losing everything about the life in America they worked to build.What made you think this would be easy and consequence-free?
What is your biggest cultural shock from visiting America?The biggest shock for me: BOOBS! Well, to be more technically accurate: Cleavage.I grew up in India in a city called Kolkata (previously known as Calcutta). I never left the country until I was 27 years old. My experience in India was girls wearing Saree.You see saree which covers the full body in multiple layers.ORA Salwar Kameez, again a very modest dress. Or, even in a more proper wayThe very modest Salwar Kameez with even more protection using the Dupatta.If you have no clue what I am talking about this google image search will help.Now understand this: Generally for my parent’s generation salwar kameez is a modern piece of cloth. In my whole family and mom's friend circle, no one wore Salwar. Among my friends and sisters Salwar became the norm and Saree more of an exception. To describe someone as ultra modern the elder generation would say “She even wears Salwar Kameez”. (keep in mind, I am talking about when I was growing up in nineties, things have changed a lot since).99% of the girls I went to school or college with would wear Salwar Kameez or Jeans and kurta or top. Normally even they would have a dupatta on top of a kurta.I mean I always knew boobs are fiercely protected. If it was possible, any parent would really keep their daughter’s boobs behind lock and key. It’s easier to go see Kohinoor in London that to watch a woman’s boobs on a random road in Kolkata in 90s or 2000s.I came abroad first time in 2012. I signNowed San Francisco and spent around 2 months traveling all over the country.And.. guess what? You can see cleavages everywhere!A woman running? Low cut top.Mom walking outside with son: Low cut blouse.People getting married, wearing low cut dress.Teenagers hanging out with parents wearing Bikinis.I gradually realized that this is normal and no one is feeling any sense of shame or awkwardness. Women are ok to show off their cleavage and no one is even ogling.I mean! This was such a 1000 degrees shift from the culture where I grew up. It took me years to sync in that this is indeed Normal.Now that I have gone through the controversial one , lets get a few easier ones:The store that sells life saving medications also sells cigarettes, alcohol, frozen pizza and ice cream. - A real full service shop “Will make you ill and then cure you too”.Medical insurance system is super complicated. I had a minor accident on my foot earlier this year and went to see the ER at a hospital. I got an X-RAY, one orthopedic saw me and just gave me a special shoe. I walk out expecting a bill, or atleast some clue of how much it cost me. Nope, nothing, Nada. Almost 2 months later I receive 3 bills. Apparently the X-RAY was a separate company, the ER is run by some third party and the hospital has it’s own bill. 3 separate bills, from 3 separate providers for one integrated service and I had to fill all of the bills separately. Crazy!!People are in general happy and warm. Where I come from, almost everyone is very irritated, dosent like the next person, always mad at someone. Here - people are in general jovial, they smile at strangers, always try to make sure others are not inconvenienced by themselves.New category of TV ads: TV have ads about medicines and how to treat yourself. It also has ads from Lawyers about how to sue those medical companies if the treatments don’t work.Dinner at six: Who eats dinner at 6? And why?-SaGa
What are the best travel hacks?Always roll your clothes; don't fold them. You'll find a world of space.Don't carry more clothes than you need. Keep it to a bare minimum.Use the app called Showaround. It's of immense help if you'd like to explore.Don't carry large amounts of cash. Credit/Debit cards are safer. In case you get mugged, you can always contact your card service provider.Try to carry as little luggage as possible. You want to enjoy traveling, not have back pain.If your devices have removable batteries, carry 2–4 extra fully charged batteries with you.Don't use hotels, use airbnb, or find places of worship that are open 24 hours. People are always welcome there.Try to be as close to the airports as possible. You can buy fully refundable first class tickets, eat from the lounge, and refund your ticket. It's unethical I know, don't bash me.Don’t wear sports shoes. Wear shoes that are more rugged.If you want to exchange your currency, visit as many exchanges as possible. Chances are you'll get a much better rate.Google things that identify you as a foreigner. Try your best to blend in. You'll be safer that way.Find dollar stores. You can get all your basic necessities there for a dollar or less.Eat more greens if you are constantly traveling within the country. You don't want an upset stomach.Download offline Google map of the area your visiting. Save your staying place as “Home.” You'll never get lost.Keep one of those old school Nokia phones with you. You never know when you'll run out of charge.Dont use Uber or Lyft. Walk distances that are less than 5 km. You'll get your exercise done too.Carry pepper spray with you. Once you use it, you'll know how helpful it is.Save your water bottles. You can always refill them in hospitals.If you want to eat at restaurants, visit during closing time. Prices are half then.Dont waste money on deodorants. Use vinegar.Always carry a pocket knife and a lighter. In airports, make sure they are not in your hand luggage.Use devices with higher internal memory. Sometimes you lose SD cards.People forget how important a pen is. Always carry 2 ball point pens with you. It can even serve as a defensive weapon.Stuff all your cables and small accessories inside your socks. That way you'll never lose them.Try your best to keep your expensive belongings in your hand luggage. You never know when the airport might lose your baggage.Keep scanned copies of your identity cards and passport in your email.If you can, try finding fellow travellers to the same destination. Sharing costs always helps.Don't book one way tickets. Take the longest transit stops possible, that way you can get cheaper tickets.
If not for Trump, would US citizens even have known, let alone understood, the problem and threat posed by immigrants to the USA? Even leftist papers like WaPo are acknowledging that white people will be a minority in the USA. Can Trump save America?This question is so bursting with ridiculous assumptions I barely even know where to start.But, OK, let's start with a question; who is an American? What do you mean when you say “Americans will be a minority in the USA”? In one sense, this already happened before the USA was even formed. Ask the Navajo, Cree, Apache, Crow, Blackfoot, Micmac, Choctaw and other first nations about becoming a minority in your own country. The only “real Americans” are the first nations if you want to get pedantic.But let's leave pedantry aside and accept that America means the USA. An American means a citizen of the USA, is this not so? So, if migrants become citizens of the USA, they will be Americans themselves. That being the case, how are you figuring that Americans are going to become a minority? This is obvious nonsense.The vast majority of migrants to the USA end up becoming citizens or, even if they do not take this step, their kids do. Basically, migration is a non-problem. All it means is that you end up with a neat solution to the demographic issue caused by the decreasing fertility rates in wealthy countries.The “threat” posed to the USA by immigration is only slightly less worrying than the threat presented by the Boogeyman or a zombie apocalypse- it is an entirely fictional threat. People go on about how migrants “take our juuuhbs” but this is baloney and everyone capable of thinking beyond knee-jerk chimpanzee-type rage knows it. Migrants do many of the crap jobs existing citizens eschew and a great many migrants end up major entrepreneurs and innovators, employing people rather than seeking employment.One such entrepreneurial migrant was a certain Herr Drumpf, a German migrant who turned up in America, like many other Europeans looking for a new life, got rich and had a bunch of kids, one of whom would go on to father a bloated orange gasbag called Donald. Of course, Drumpf became “Trump” somewhere along the line but there”s no getting away from the fact that the current president is just a couple of generations away from impoverished Eurotrash.Yes, there was a time when nativist gangs would band together to drive out the Irish or push the Krauts out of their neighborhoods. Many of these “all American” ne’erdowells were themselves just a generation or two removed from the streets of Glasgow, London, Ulster or Amsterdam but still they felt that they had the right of it as “born Yankees”. Maybe some young thug in a flat cap and duster even took the time to push old Drumpf around and call him a “dirty kraut” and tell him to “get back on the boat to Limberger land”. There was a time when the Trump's were unwanted scum fresh off the boat.And, of course, there is the embarrassing elephant in the room, aka Mrs Trump. Okay Melania doesn't seem to really enjoy her role as eye candy for a fat, abusive baby-man anymore but, her marriage to one side, the first lady is kind of a migrant. She's sort of Slovene, you know.Old Trump seems to like marrying these immigrants well enough. His ex-wife, Ivana, was Czech and, you know, Czechia is not in America. Some people might even think old Trumpy was being a bit of a hypocrite on the migration issue seeing how he seems to enjoy sexual relations with certain migrants. I guess Trump, first-class intellectual he is, is making a distinction based on “hot migrants” and “dumpy migrants”. being the genius he clearly is, he is able to point out that people from countries with hot white chicks are okay, but these swarthy “shit hole countries” are the problem. What an understanding of the world! He is well on his way to being able to outwit a bowl of Syrian Hummus. I'm not saying he's there yet but he's well on his way. He totally ran rings around that burrito bowl back in the day!
What do Liberals/Democrats want to see happen to guns? What laws/restrictions do they want passed and why?I am a liberal. I voted for Dukakis, for God’s sake. I am so far left that Bernie Sanders does not go far enough.Image: USNewsI don’t need to restrict firearms. There are tens of millions of other liberals to ask for that. I would like to see:National reciprocity for concealed carry permits. Wait for Heller to be overturned or a new Amendment for a rebuttal. Meanwhile, Heller should be enforced as surely as gay marriage, women’s suffrage and abolition of Black slavery.Allow private sellers access to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). You want to require background checks for all firearms sales, including private face-to-face? Then individuals need free access to NICS like licensed dealers and law enforcement have. People should have this choice available to them already.Prosecute those who lie on background screenings. “In almost every case, these people can be prosecuted” (Politifact), but only 0.055% prosecution rate for those who fail. What’s the purpose of screening for prohibited persons such as convicted felons, if those prohibited persons are not prosecuted for breaking federal or state law by lying on forms? In my state, applicants must pay for their own federal background check and fingerprint check and registry. They shouldn’t.Uphold the thousands of existing gun laws against criminals, instead of penalizing law abiding citizens with new ones. If a violent felon is convicted to 15 years for illegal possession of a firearm, why are they now out to commit more crimes? (FAMM - Families Against Mandatory Minimums) Yes, keeping people out of the system saves money and may be good for families. So how does making more gun laws to break and creating millions more criminals with the stroke of a pen help? If you are willing to release a non-violent felon who illegally possessed a firearm because we should care about the impact on their families (FAMM), why do you want to jail a non-violent gun owner simply because he has a magazine that holds over 10 rounds?Increase penalties for use of a firearm in crimes. Sorry FAMM, and I do care about impacted family members of convicted criminals (FAMM - Why Should I Care?). As a liberal, I would increase social supports for underprivileged families so women and children do not need to be dependent on or stay with criminals, have convicts imprisoned within more reasonable distance of their homes, and allow/encourage family visits. With accommodations and family friendly events, even. If they don’t agree using an illegal handgun in commission of a robbery means an extra ten years on top of the robbery charge, perhaps criminals shouldn’t use guns or rob people.Free or affordable firearms handling and safety training to promote safer handling and storage of firearms, to avoid being a burden to exercise a Constitutional right, for the same reason people argue against requiring voter IDs for inner city minorities.Require secure storage of firearms to prevent access by unauthorized persons when not ready for immediate use. You sleep with your loaded handgun to be ready for a home invasion? I do. You keep an AR-15 or shotgun at hand at the computer? Sometimes. But I put them in the safe when I shower or leave home, because I’m the only one allowed to touch my guns. I have the keys for my safes and locks. I have private home security and various kinds of gun owner and liability insurance, too. If you can afford a $400 firearm and $18 a box for ammunition, you can afford a lock if one doesn’t come with your gun, or you can buy a small safe or clamp style cover for the trigger housing or action. Note: not electronic smart guns that fail when you need it.AR15 Lock, IC-Lock Ejection Port Gun Lock $27Image: ic13arms, eBay (I am not a representative or stakeholder of IC-LOCK.)Life Jacket Locking Firearm Safety Case LJ3 Shotgun Case $15.99Image: eBay (I am not a representative or stakeholder of Life Jacket.)I’ve taken time off work, and paid thousands of dollars to travel thousands of miles to go to the classes, taken the tests (100%), shot on the range (90-ish?), passed the federal background checks (in addition to all other background checks and random drug tests to be an education and health care worker), paid the fees, yet can carry a concealed weapon in only 33 states, and not my home state. What other Constitutional right does not apply nationwide?In my state at the time I first got my permit to acquire a firearm, state certified Hunter Education classes or other state approved firearms training (e.g. armed law enforcement or military service) were required prior to applying for a permit. The cost for the classes was normally $100, but the fee was waived due to a donation or grant. I was trained for free. Hell, if some donor is willing and able to shell out $100 per student, why can’t they give an extra $10 for a gun lock or $40 for a pistol safe? I bought my own 14 rifle safe and a pistol safe, but that was my choice.[Fun fact: at my hunter education class (2008), I noticed the older brother of a high school classmate in attendance. Purely by coincidence while looking at a sex offender registry much later, there he was. His listing is still current. Two counts, Sex Assault III, 2001. He’s a convicted felon and wouldn’t pass a background check.]Note I did not say, promote ownership of firearms. There may be firearms in 4 out of 10 homes in the US. Your children and loved ones are around guns accessible from other homes or while in other homes, regardless of lack of guns in your own home, vault like security for firearms you do own, or legal status of firearms in your community. Widespread firearms handling and safety training will have a societal benefit, even if it is as simple as children learning Don’t touch! Tell an adult! if they see a firearm unattended.
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