Thursday, June 12, 2014

Heroes Don't Always Get To Take The Applause

Mr. Wilcox, a concealed carry licensee who tried to stop the neo-Nazi pair in Las Vegas a few days ago, died a hero.  At least that is what Las Vegas police called him.  In this case, his family has lost a loved one, and a breadwinner.  The radio station 94.1 (I presume in Las Vegas) has raised more than $13,000 to help out his family.  If anyone is aware of a more permanent, long-term arrangement to provide them with assistance, please let me know. 

Being a hero is costly; let's do what we can to help out a grieving family.

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