At the time of the lockdown of Boston after the bombing, I noted that the Boston lock-down exposes gun culture divide over the issue of whether citizens hold up in their homes would be safer if armed.

That suggestion caused a vehement reaction from liberals on Twitter, including the now infamous suggestion from one Bostonian that they didn’t need to own guns because they were “educated, wealthy, and pay taxes” to have police protect them (ending with a rather colorful suggestion).

At the NRA convention, Judge Jeanine Piro gave a rousing speech on the very subject of owning a gun at home in time of crisis:

Here’s the full speech: