The Sacramento County Sheriff's department is feeling the resource strain of the State's budget woes. Currently, there are six patrol cars available to service all unincorporated Sacramento County, and planned budget cuts threaten to keep it that way.

The fact that the Sacramento County Deputy Sheriff's Association just launched a public safety awareness campaign, which does not even broach the subject of responsible gun ownership and training, much less encourage it, shows a dissonance between the aims of state law enforcement officials and their constitutional function. After all, the evidence in support of the crime-reducing effects that liberal “open carry” and “concealed carry” statutes provide is hard to ignore.

Perhaps these guys have been watching too much cable news.

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