You know, it’s occurred to me that the teletype stock photo I often use for this feature is probably a foreign piece of equipment to most people under forty. Maybe I should find a new one. It’s hard to believe it’s Thursday already? Where have the weeks been going? I appreciate everyone’s patience about the light volume of posts here. I have to get items off my rather lengthy “todo” list and that means working longer hours, with not much time left for blogging. But I do have quite a lot accumulated in my tabs, since last week we did not have a news post. So here goes:
Looks like if Hillary wins, we’ll be seeing more gun control through executive orders. Of course, the Obama Administration leaks that they had already looked at her ideas and decided it wasn’t feasible. I don’t even think she’ll win the nomination.
We should be thankful this kind of heroism still exists among our young people. It gives me hope for the future.
Baltimore is still a hell hole, so clearly that means we should try Maryland’s gun laws everywhere.
People on the left do seem to be getting a lot more honestly lately in regards to their intentions on the gun issue.Â Why do you think that is? Personally, I think when you get desperate, you don’t have much to lose. That’s what’s happening here. Only Bloomberg is foolish enough to spend millions to get crumbs.
More honestly from the left: “In other words, yes, we really do want to take your guns. Maybe not all of them. But a lot of them.”
The Atlantic: “Why Conservatives Mistrust Even Modest Efforts at Gun Control.”
Glenn Reynolds: Obama saves himself by gunning down Democrats’ electoral chances.
Special forces on stupid internet filters: “Honey, we are a special forces company. We areÂ all aboutÂ workplace violence!“
How would you like your own 20MM? It’s only about 1000 dollars for each millimeter!
Why are anti-gunners so violent? Part MCMXVII.
Democrats doing what they do best: selling guns.
Eugene Volokh on guns and alcohol. There’s a lot of “something must be done” thinking in this world, for sure.
You’ll notice that you don’t ever hear about these victims in the media. Though, to be fair to the media, probably because NRA doesn’t go victim shopping after every mass shooting like Bloomberg’s people do.
Instapundit: Promise meets expiration date. No one who was paying attention back in 2008 thought Obama was telling the truth then.
McCarthy out for Speaker race. This is very good news.