DISGUSTING: Watch Gun Control Nuts Shoot ‘Alice in Wonderland’ In The Face With New ‘PSA’ [VIDEO]
The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence has a new ad out and it’s appalling. It features Alice, from Alice in Wonderland, finding a gun and shooting herself in the face. Yes that is literally what happens in the “PSA”. “Over one-third of all American households have a gun. Ask your neighbor: Is there a gun where they play? Asking saves kids.” The Brady Campaign | Read More »
Smart Guns Only: Coming to New Jersey?
In 2002, the New Jersey legislature passed and the governor signed, a handgun law designed to basically ban the sale of the traditional handgun in the state. In its place, one can purchase a so-called smart gun. Although the state would not go so far as to confiscate other handguns from gun owners in the state, their sale would be prohibited by licensed wholesalers and | Read More »
Educating A Low Information New York City Mayor
Appearing on Fox News Sunday following the mass murder of 20 children and 7 adults in Newtown, CT, congressman Louie Gohmert(R-TX) expressed his wish that the principal of Sandy Hook elementary school had been armed herself so she could have killed Adam Lanza before he went on his deadly rampage. Responding to Gohmert’s comments Monday New York City Mayor Michael “Nanny” Bloomberg said that such | Read More »
Lawyers, Guns and Money
The traditional logic says that during times of economic downturn like today, crime goes up. Add to that the Brady Campaign’s false logic that “guns = crime,” and the U.S. ought to look like a Mexican border town filled with al Qaeda on one side and the Israeli Defense Forces on the other.
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Beware the Brady Rankings
A few weeks ago, the Brady Campaign, an organization that advocates gun control legislation at the State and Federal levels, released their annual report card of state gun control laws. According to their rankings, California ranks #1 as having the best gun control laws, while Kentucky, Oklahoma and Louisiana were tied as the worst. While we can quibble with the objectivity of the criteria or | Read More »