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Two Speakers Address Republican Luncheon

Story By: Greg Heindel



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  Original Published: 2/4/2013

Two guest speakers attended Monday's monthly Richland County Republican Party luncheon.

Brenda Mack is president of the Ohio Black Republican Association, which seeks to draw African-Americans away from the Democratic Party, with which most align themselves. 

She says most blacks are conservative and want to lead better lives through conservative values.

The other speaker was Jim Irvine of the Buckeye Firearms Association.

He focused on the mass shootings by people with severe mental illness, and access to guns.

Irvine says we as a society must do a better job of identifying troubled people, and we should arm school officials to defend the children in their care.

Irvine says businesses that post signs on their doors saying "firearms not permitted", are inviting trouble because they're telling would-be shooters no one inside is armed.

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