"A 53-year-old man was confronted by two armed hoodlums outside his Chicago home in the wee hours of Saturday morning.
He might have become another name on the annual roll of hundreds of Chicago residents murdered every year. But he had a legal gun of his own, fought back and survived. He can thank one Otis McDonald.
By coincidence, Mr. McDonald, age 80, had died the day before, after having forced the city to recognize the American right to self-defense. Mr. McDonald lived in the Morgan Park neighborhood, where the landscape is littered with gangs, drug dealers and other residue of daily violence. A midnight stroll is not recommended. What goes on in Morgan Park is why Chicago is so dangerous to living things."
(Via.) Washington Times