(Deseret News) -- As Congress begins to consider new gun legislation this spring, it's important for citizens and lawmakers to keep two basic facts in mind.
Gun control isn't about guns — it's about control. And the right to bear arms isn't about the arms — it's about the right.
These facts may be ignored in Washington, D.C., where there is no hunting to speak of, and every government building is protected by armed guards. They are not lost on the American people, however.
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