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'Castle Doctrine' is no Throwback to Wild West

Written By: Kevin Binversie  |  Posted: Monday, December 5th, 2011

                 Sorry to disappoint anyone, but Wyatt Earp died in 1929 and the shootout at the O.K. Corral was more than 130 years ago.

                Listening to Wisconsin opponents of the recent enactment of concealed carry legislation and the soon-to-be passed "castle doctrine" legislation - which inhibits prosecution and civil litigation against those who use deadly force with a firearm in defense of their home - you would think they have a schedule the rest of us do not. On it, there are scheduled gunfights at high noon on Main Street, and early plans to shoot a teenage son or daughter around midnight.

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