Two days ago I mailed off my check to join one of the prominent CCW insurance groups. Although the chance of my ever having to draw, brandish, or even --- God forbid --- need to fire a gun in a potentially deadly encounter is small that chance has increased substantially in recent weeks. I won't name the insurance provider because I feel it's the individual's responsibility to research the various plans, but what finally got me off the dime was the discovery that while on the job several days ago a street protest was occurring just blocks from where my job took me. That protest turned violent only a short time later, but thankfully I was gone by then. I will say the locale is one of the most dangerous cities in the US. The insurance doesn't afford me complete peace of mind but it does add a good measure of comfort in our new, crazy world where the "progressive" media has decided the descriptive "unarmed" renders every perpetrator a victim, no matter what the circumstances. If the shopkeeper beaten within an inch of his life by the violent mob had resorted to shooting one or more of his attackers I have no doubt he'd be persecuted by local officials and condemned by the media because his attackers were "unarmed". Has anyone else decided to get CCW insurance because of recent events?