Jeff reports on an anti-gun screed in the Chicago Sun-Times. A line I found rather interesting: The social justice types should instead aim their ire at the storefront merchants and dealers who push death in the name of the U.S. Constitution and the National Rifle Association. Storefront merchants and dealers cause gun violence and deaths?
The madness must stop now. As you can see in this post, lives are in danger. Therefore I propose we put together the Campaign to Prevent Nail Gun Violence and work at getting rid of these deadly weapons before the streets run with the blood of the innocent. Additionally, we can stage an annual Trillion
The Madman Raves will be taking some time off for the next few weeks. Aside from Life and Home starting to take up a decent amount of time recently, I will also be getting married in October and that has its own share of Things To Get Done–six weeks until The Date and there’s lots
FADE IN: INT. A GUN SHOP Typical place. Glass display cases hold pistols. Behind the displays, racks of shotguns and rifles. A shop employee talks to THE WOMAN. A handgun sits on a rubber mat atop the counter between them. SUPER: “Buying a handgun: $850” ANNOUNCER Buying a handgun…850 dollars. CUT TO: INT. FIRING RANGE
Someone please correct me if I’m wrong but don’t they already do that in the course of an investigation? Is this some new development I missed reading about? Because as you read the story, it sounds like this process is somehow on the cutting-edge, that prior investigative and tracing techniques were operating back in the
The following op-ed piece appears to see our side of the issue. No one step or program can plug every hole in America’s justice system, or its soul. But there are times when a gun in the hands of a potential victim may save a life. Let’s admit — since the murderers, and druggies, and
Anyone out there know of any studies done on the actual effectiveness of Gun Buyback Programs on crime rates? And no, I’m not talking about studies using the VPC method. A real study.
You’ve gotta be kidding, right? Propaganda? PSH? Or both? I say “both.” (H/T: Uncle) UPDATE: For the uninitiated, the woman is holding two unfired rounds. If these did indeed hit her house, they weren’t fired from a gun. Maybe someone threw them at her house. Really hard. I would’ve expected the reporter–or at least the
Report out of Georgia. No doubt Mayor Newsom is dancing around his office like Rumplestiltskin and chanting, “It happens! It happens! Told ya so! Told ya so!” um…you might wanna read further, Gavmeister: They then searched the pocket Datts was covering and found a pistol, according to the report. It is unclear if the pistol
Today, Mr. Reasoned Discourse talks to us about reasonable gun laws. First off, it’s interesting to note that while there are no comments on this particular entry, the comments limit has already been exceeded? Ah. They’ve turned off the comments. I wonder why? But let’s get back to the post. After quoting Sarah Brady on