We cannot blame the Houston Mayor,, who have consistently refused to allow life saving gun safety training since Kathy Whit mire refused free gun safety training. As I recall from WWII days, Porter Texas is in Montgomery County, not so far from Humble.
As Houston media reports the tragedy, the boys parents threw a birthday party for the lad, and during that the wee one picked up a handgun, put the muzzle on his chest, and pushed the trigger.
“The rules for gun storage are out of sight and reach of small children, out of sight of casual visitors, and as soon as as it is feasable, show the child the damage a gun can do.
Anyone who brings a gun home needs to check out the gun saety instructions and follow them. They are not difficult, or time consuming. It is just a little annoying to get yourself in the habit of being safe.
So the next time someone offers tghe National Rifle Association’s life saving Eddie Eagle program, attend – or take time to help.
Remember, since the programs start, the number of children killed each year in firearms accidents has dropped from 1,800 to this latest from the CDC: