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The Gun Scare

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On September 21, 2013

We know of the Red Scare. On campus, anticommunism during World War I and after World War II led to fired faculty and silenced opposition. Today we live in the Gun Scare. If professors speak out again

The NRA’s New President

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On May 2, 2013
The NRA has a new president. He is very special. Jim Porter is an Alabama lawyer. He is also a neo-Confederate Obama-hater who talks about “the war of northern aggression,” describes the NRA as “warriors for freedom,” and makes references to squealing pigs. At least the NRA is avoiding stereotypes. Share

NRA Logic

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On March 21, 2013

This is a weird story, but it totally makes sense that a doctor handing out illegal prescriptions would use this argument: Dr. Gracia Mayard, 61, is accused of distributing oxycodone between Jan. 1, 2

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 NRA wacko Wayne LaPierre in order to stoke mock outrage and distract attention from the fact that […]

Gun Control

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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

Anti-Union Hack of the Day

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On January 8, 2013
Michael Bloomberg for a) comparing teachers unions to the NRA and b) fabricating the idea that like the NRA, members of teachers unions don’t agree with the leadership. I’m sure that for a billionaire like Bloomberg, Randi Weingarten and her American Federation of Teachers are just as evil as Wayne LaPierre’s agenda of accepting an […]
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