I really enjoy Wilfred's commentary and analysis. I was just listening to one of his YouTube videos yesterday. Many on the right seem to have been fans of the now-unconstitutional stop-and-frisk policies, whereas many on the left lament the number of guns on the street. I'd love to know what Wilfred thinks about the plausibility of the idea of implementing stop-and-frisk checkpoints in high crime areas that merely search for and confiscate illegal guns without the accomoanying criminal prosecution for possessing one. This seems like it could price armed criminals out of the market if they have to frequently buy new guns to replace the conficlscated ones, yet their income source is contingent upon already having one.

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