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Churches consider arming up (the ones that haven’t already). That makes more sense than waiting on a bureaucrat to not enter something.

The Pentagon separately disclosed that it had failed to furnish information about the gunman’s criminal record from his U.S. Air Force service to a national database that should have prevented him from legally purchasing the firearms he bought.

Failed. Should have. Legally. Tell me more about your government. 

Now, Mr. Willeford:

Stephen Willeford is the man who shot and chased the Texas gunman who killed 26 people in a Texas Baptist church on Sunday. Mr. Willeford shares the story of what took place during an interview with 40/29 News in Texas. Mr. Willeford tells what happened in one of the most riveting accounts ever. I have […]

via Meet Stephen Willeford – The Hero Who Engaged Texas Church Shooter (Riveting Testimonial)… — The Last Refuge