Has the Second Amendment Failed?

Written by Irwin Podhajser on January 14, 2013


There has been a lot of debate lately about gun control. After the Connecticut school shooting I wrote my opinions, which can be found here: (Click Here)

I am a proud owner a 1911 Colt .45 and enjoy my right to bear arms; and unlike most Americans I understand the amendment that gives me that right. I didn’t weigh in on the gun control issue at that time, but now I believe it is time to do so. The problem with debating gun control is that most people on both sides simply don’t seem to understand the second amendment. That’s where we will start and end our conversation today. Since it is a complicated and emotional issue, there are several points I want to make here.

The full version of this column is now only available in Doug Giles’ book, “Sandy Hook Massacre: When Seconds Count, The Police Are Minutes Away”.

Irwin spent the first 15 years of his adult life as a youth pastor in Miami Florida. He then went on to a career in marketing and television where he launched the first Spanish-language television station in southwest Florida and created multi-million dollar ad campaigns. He is currently the President of DrTV Network which is a multi-level television network dedicated towards healthy living. He also serves as Chairman for The Advanced Television Broadcasting Alliance.