Another week, another set of tabs. Been getting out and walking a lot. I’m trying to keep it at a mile a day, average. I do notice it brings my BP down for hours afterwards, sometimes rather dramatically. Doctor doubled my originally low-dose of beta blockers, but I’m not convinced it’s doing much of anything. I got the most results from the diuretic. People keep telling me it takes a bit to get the med cocktail right, but I’m not the most patient patient. Anyways, the news:
Another week, another Bloomberg Mayor gets bustedÂ in a meth in exchange for sex sting.
Dems see a glimmer of hope for gun control in Hillary. If she wins, it won’t be an endorsement of gun control, but a rejection of Trump. But that won’t be the narrative.
Investor Place: “Sturm, Ruger & Company: RGR Stock Is Still a Solid Long-Term Pick.”
Gun on campus in Texas: the world won’t end this time either.
Junk science on gun control. Anytime they won’t share data, that study shouldn’t be paid any attention to.
Pastor wins AR-15 in raffle with intent to destroy it. Except he had another parishioner keep it for him, which is a violation of the Bloomberg backed law they recently passed. We told you that this law was intended to trap innocents, and you didn’t believe us.
Charles C.W. Cooke: “People of all races and both genders are taking advantage of loosened gun laws.”
Funny how that works: “But fearing more lone-wolf attacks on their soil, Germans are requestingÂ self-defense weapons permits inÂ record high numbers and experts say citizens across every socioeconomic class from ‘workers or professors.’”
Mic.com: Selling bullshit propaganda to millennials. They have to lie. If people knew the truth they might start agreeing we have enough laws.
Miguel also digs into some press stories involving and finds there’s often more to it. There almost always is. That’s why I don’t publish this week’s outrages anymore. The press used to at least claim to strive for truth and objectivity. Back then it was fun to go after the media. Now there’s almost no sport in it.
A review of “Hillbilly Elegy,” a book that explores the state of Hillbilly AmericaÂ (i.e. Trump Country).
A modern day Rorke’s Drift. These guys deserve recognition, and not what they got, which was having their bravery buried to cover up that the British Army dropped in undersupplied soldiers into a no-win situation.
Lessons in unintended consequences of legal arrangements: in China, apparently if you get hit by a car, you better run if you can, because the driver will probably try to hit you again to kill you.
Don’t Tread on Me now officially declared racist by Obama Administration, meaning an employer allowing it to be worn to workÂ could create a hostile work environment liability.