RF’s called out USA Today on its pro-gun control editorial bias on numerous occasions, dissecting the paper’s anti-pistol polemics with extreme prejudice. So when they offered our fearless leader the chance to write a chilled summary of what’s next in the battle against civilian disarmament, he told them . . . sure. Why not? The result may lack the usual snark — not to mention the gratuitous babe linkage — but it helps bring the site to the mainstream media’s attention. And focuses readers on the battles ahead. As RF might say, that’s a good thing not a bad thing.