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NRA Enemies List

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On February 2, 2013

How the deuce am I not on the NRA enemies list? What the heck does a C-list blogger have to do to get on this list, use common metaphors that right-wingers pretend call for the assassination of the NR

Gun Control

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In General
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On January 16, 2013
President Obama is proposing quite an expansive set of gun control legislation. It’s very impressive and it’ll be interesting to see whether it can past. In a sense, this will be atest of Green Lanterism. All the necessary conditions are set. Obama is fully behind it and willing to go all the way, plus he’ll […]

Crazy Time

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On January 13, 2013

1. Montpelier, Ohio decides to arm their school custodians. “Sitting back and doing nothing and hoping it doesn’t happen to you is just not good policy anymore. There is a need for schools

What if

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In Dave Brockington
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On December 21, 2012
“when Adam Lanza started shooting his way into Sandy Hook Elementary School last Friday, he’d been confronted by qualified armed security?” asked Wayne LaPierre earlier today? We don’t know, to be honest.  But we do know that on April 20, 1999, a “uniformed community resource officer”, in this case a trained Sheriff’s deputy, was armed […]

Responsibility

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On December 14, 2012

At what point do we start holding the National Rifle Association morally responsible for all these shootings? At what point do we get over our idiotic national love of guns and start acting like grown

The gun industry’s response to the call for stricter gun laws after mass murder after mass murder (see today among others) is outrageous and awful. Lawmakers are proposing, among other things, to limit firearm sales to one per person per month; to require background checks for anyone purchasing ammunition; and, most controversially, to require microstamping, […]
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