In any case, what The Washington Post has done here is given out talking points to help spread a desperate, pre-midterms Democrat narrative…
Anti-gun males like Waldman know that their smears and lies and attempts at wit aren’t working, and in fact, are starting to backfire on them.
And how would the editorialists, who presume to instruct the rest of us on what we should be allowed to have and to do, fare if the maniac had chosen their workplace?
In defending Chipman, the Washington Post editorial board lied big time.
If we’re to believe bubble-dwelling, anti-gun opinion columnists, involved citizens ensuring their representatives resolve in favor of their rights are the ones living in the fantasy world.
The thing is, every one of the entries could be preceded by statements of fact to put things in perspective, such as “Victims killed in enforced ‘gun-free zones’” or “Gun laws utterly failed.”
The Washington Post has printed an emotional plea for Majority Leader McConnell to violate his oath and ban a whole class of arms. Yes, Senator McConnell, do something: Protect the Bill of Rights.
Some 100 million peaceful gun owners avoid shooting or threatening anyone every day. But Ms. Williamson’s plan would, of necessity, require that a goodly percentage of those peaceful people be…
In a way, we are put inside their skins, meaning once started, the book is hard to put down.
The piece was titled “We can stop this American carnage.” True to form, the Post blamed the event not on the actions of an evil individual but on a “need” for more gun control.
The authors make snide comments about all legally-armed citizens. Yet, they themselves lack the stature to so much as stand in the shadow of the two heroes.
Perhaps Fact Checker deserves some Pinocchios for suggesting that NRA argued that the NICS is unconstitutional, when in fact it was the NRA that conceived of the NICS
So Washington Post, you’re a fool, and 100+ million American gun owners agree with me on that…
The Post insists that “Congress should tell the NRA to go away and not come back unless….”
According to the Washington Post, terrorist propaganda materials argue it is easy to obtain a firearm in the U.S. with no ID and no background check…
The “threats” he describes from gun owners are all theoretical, but his condescending contempt for his fellow countrymen is all too apparent.
A pair of left wing shrinks showed people pictures of black and white people and found that their feeling about owning a gun was stronger after seeing pictures of the black person.
Fred Hiatt is an editor at the Washington Post and he wrote about a “gun free society”. He wants Obama to outlaw our guns. Let’s look at what gun confiscation really means.
Ironically, WaPo admits gun control could not stop attacks like Sandy Hook and they admit, implicitly, that it did not stop Roof’s mass murder…
Constitutional Carry is open carry and concealed carry without a permit. It exists in Alaska, Arizona, Montana, Vermont, and Wyoming…