Ending Wasteful Spending on Anti-Gun Work

The Washington Times has a piece about GOP efforts to stop spending on anti-gun research by the federal government. Most of it isn’t huge news to those of us who have followed the issue closely for years, but I do love their flourish in language describing some of the studies:

It took $2.6 million of taxpayers’ money to find out what could have been assumed for free: that teenagers who possess illegal guns, engage in underage drinking and hang out with other ne’er-do-wells are more likely to get shot.

I love it.

3 thoughts on “Ending Wasteful Spending on Anti-Gun Work”

  1. Now if they can only extend that to eliminating the BATFE, which is more government anti-gun action and research.

  2. Anti-gun “researchers” are propagandists whose funding should be reduced to passing around a tin can at OWS camps.

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