As a former soldier in the Canadian army, I find this fetishization of guns disgusting. I served in the Toronto Scottish Regiment for seven years. If there is one lesson I have learnt from my time in the forces, it’s that a gun is something you prove yourself worthy to be trusted with. A gun is not a toy. Its sole purpose in life is to end yours. You do not have a right to own a gun.
Linh Nguyen, an economics student at Ryerson and the deputy politics/digital director of Bernie Sanders’s Illinois primary race, caught up with the Ryersonian just in time for Sanders’s win in the New Hampshire primary.
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