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Thousands of people are injured and killed every year in auto accidents so many states require driving classes before someone can get a driver’s license. Many public high schools offer driver’s education courses. For those with certain traffic violations, driver’s safety courses are required.

Several thousand kids drown each year, mostly in backyard swimming pools, prompting many areas to offer swimming safety courses. House fires also claim a significant number of lives every year and there are numerous fire safety programs, including some offered in the public schools.

So, what about the issue of gun safety? Doesn’t it make sense that if safety really was the key issue that there wouldn’t be more gun safety programs offered for kids and adults?

(Las Vegas Review-Journal) – Every spring as daytime temperatures begin to climb, so do the chances that someone’s loved one will experience a drowning.

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The national average was almost 3,600 unintentional drowning deaths annually from 2005 through 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That’s almost 10 deaths a day.

To prevent drownings, especially among children, communities across the country have chosen to promote the ABC’s of Drowning Prevention. Those are adult supervision, barriers to prevent access to swimming pools, classes — both swimming and CPR — and devices. The list of devices includes life jackets, rescue aids and cellphones.

Similar steps have been taken to encourage fire safety. The Red Cross, for instance, encourages us to install smoke alarms…

The lack of gun safety programs is just another indication that the entire liberal argument for more gun control really has nothing to do about firearm safety and keeping people safer but rather it has everything to do with the agenda to eventually eliminate all private firearm ownership in the United States.

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