Stinkquirer Up To It’s Old Tricks on Guns

The ignorance of journalists when it comes to guns is astounding. What’s even more astounding is when they tell the rest of the world what to think based on their ignorance. Here they profile the phony baloney religious group “Heeding God’s Call.”

In 2008, Mayors Against Illegal Guns and Wal-Mart created the Responsible Firearms Retailer Partnership, which asks stores selling weapons to follow 10 steps, including background checks of every customer and accepting only valid IDs.

Such sound rules should be incorporated into gun laws. But National Rifle Association lobbyists have managed to prevent that in Pennsylvania.

Can you remember the last time you bought a gun in Pennsylvania, particularly a handgun, without a background check and valid ID? Yeah, I can’t either. Maybe repeated insults to the intelligence of its readers is one of the reasons the Philadelphia Inquirer is seeing it’s subscribers melt away.

3 thoughts on “Stinkquirer Up To It’s Old Tricks on Guns”

  1. The Inquirer must be referring to all those gun shows that go on in Wal-Mart. Yup, all zero of them. But I can’t remember the last time that I saw a real handgun for sale there. The few long guns are back in a corner. That’s getting closer to the dreams of Mayors Against Guns.

    1. If I had to guess, they are reading the laws as presented to them by the gun control group Heeding God’s Call, and failing to do their own research to find out whether they are being fed a load of horse shit.

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