Happy Monday and the News

Lots of stuff in the tabs this week:

Talking to your kids about gun safety. I can find little to argue with here, unlike this event which looks like a political agenda disguised as common sense, despite their assurances.

Slate is disappointed more people who have gun accidents don’t go to jail. Well, the one guy was a felon, so he wasn’t legally allowed to have a gun to begin with. The problem with a lot of these “common sense” laws is that they are difficult to enforce.

Is the Obama Administration the cause of the gun and ammunition shortages?

For squirting a water gun at her boyfriend, this woman is now stripped of her Second Amendment rights. That is the law. Don’t you feel safer? (h/t Instapundit)

Obamacare visualized. If you can’t get on the exchanges, try Though I notice individual plans have more than doubled in price for crappier coverage.

Price Law Offices takes a look at Commonwealth v. McKown, and also talks about dispatching injuries deer.

These people appear to genuinely believe that some law or set of laws will actually prevent school shootings from ever happening.” And at least one anti-gun blogger we all know and love seems to think that if something happens, that means it’s legal.

Californians are getting into the recall game.

He’s the only one responsible enough.

Sarah Palin got invited to appear on Piers Morgan, but she’s a little busy.

Another SAFE act failure.

Our most disastrous war.

Remember, be careful when leaving America.


4 Responses to “Happy Monday and the News”

  1. right wing wacko says:

    Using the website you provided, my insurance costs would more than triple.

    • right wing wacko says:

      Oh, and I forgot to mention, that’s for much crappier plan than we already have.

  2. Andy B. says:

    That Morgan/Palin thing; I guess it must be a case of needing to like at least one of the participants before you can find something like that amusing. Because I just wish they’d both go away.

    • HappyWarrior6 says:

      I would have to agree with that statement. They are both products of an obnoxious all-hype 24/7 media cycle that feeds off of a supposed “pro and con.”