ACTION ITEM - Call/email Costco about banning concealed carry in stores


  Nightclubs are a bit different, because people drink and take drugs
there more than they do in warehouse stores. But I am definitely
against them searching people. It is not a question of whether
establishments have a right to make these rules. Obviously they are
privately owned, and we support the owners' legal right to run their
businesses as they choose. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't voice our
views as consumers. The right to keep and bear arms, like the right to
put what you want into your own body, is in jeopardy. When businesses
do not respect those rights, it further weakens them, because business
rules influence the social climate, and the social climate influences
the political climate and the law.

Yours in liberty,
        <<< Starchild >>>

Need another assist folks!

We took on MicroCenter - we got them to reverse their discriminatory
policy (to ban legal carry of firearms in their stores). Then Kroger
got uppity, we spanked them too. Now Costco is apparently getting out
of line.

How about all the night clubs that ban firearms? Should we be
protesting them too?

Shouldn't private property owners be free to place whatever
restrictions they like on who is allowed to enter their property? I
guess I don't see how this is a libertarian issue.

-- Steve

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