Crime Strike TV
I was flipping through channels today and happened to come upon a show with a woman being robbed at an ATM machine and subsequently kicking the guy in the balls until he fled. As she kicked him, her voice-over described how she had learned to defend herself in a class while working at a convenience store. She stated that if she had not fought back, she believes she would have been harmed or killed. She did not apologize or look frightened--she just stated what happened. At first, I was taken aback by a TV show that actually advocated fighting back as a way to avoid getting harmed: Most primetime shows usually show someone just acting scared, giving in, or feeling remorseful that they had to hurt someone. br /br /However, I realized that I should not have been surprised by the positive portrayal of self-defense when I saw it was hosted by a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect?link_code=as2path=ASIN/1595550410tag=wwwviolentkicomcamp=1789creative=9325"Wayne LaPierre/a, Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Rifle Association. The show, ema href="http://www.crimestriketv.com/"CrimeStrike /a/em"focuses on the people who have made life or death decisions that have ultimately put criminals behind bars. emCrime Strike /emfills in the details where emCops/em and emAmerica's Most Wanted Fail/em." In a time when pantywaists like the a href="http://instapundit.com/archives/032282.php"UN try to say that self-defense is not a human right/a, it is refreshing to see that TV shows like emCrime Strike /emrealize that self-defense is the ultimate human right.br /br /Take a a href="http://www.crimestriketv.com/"look at the website/a--there is some good video of people defending themselves with weapons and it reflects guns and self-defense in a positive light. It's about time.
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