Stanford Stumble — 2 Comments

  1. Just in case people don’t realize how bad your “invisible Elephant” truly is. The Donahue model for Florida alone predicts 3,000 additional violent crimes due to RTC. Florida’s average conviction rate for CCW holders for improper use of their firearm is about 6 (since 1987). His synthetic model has predicted 500 times more CCW criminals than actually exist. This is just one example of the many problems with this absurd paper using imaginary states.

  2. “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.” – Benjamin Disraeli

    The gun control crowd understands this quite well, as virtually ALL of their published numbers illustrate. Any time they use math to make a point you can wager that a review will show a not inconsiderable amount of skewing.

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