What About Your Wads? – Question of the Day

As a waterfowl hunter, part of my daily duck season routine includes picking up spent 12-gauge hulls. If we don’t stay on top of it, hundreds, sometimes thousands of them can become scattered across the properties we hunt throughout the course of a season. Unless they’re salvaged, they’re simply rubbish – every one of them […]

What’s Your Definition of an ‘Assault Rifle’? Question of the Day

Over in the Ministry of Newspeak, the leading lights who run the Merriam-Webster dictionary have taken the occasion of the Parkland massacre to update their definition of what constitutes an “assault rifle”. Here’s the pre-Parkland version: noun:  any of various automatic or semiautomatic rifles with large capacity magazines designed for military use Now . . […]

Would Trying to Repeal the 2A Result in Violence? Question of the Day

Yesterday, retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, after gazing deeply into the emanations and penumbras of his gun-grabbing soul, published an op-ed in the New York Times advocating the repeal of the Second Amendment (he’s not the first to express that wish on those pages). As commenter Charlie wrote about the Justice’s display of candor, Possibly […]

Did March for Our Lives Protesters Shoot Themselves in the Foot? Question of the Day [VIDEO NSFW]

“Saturday’s #MarchForOurLives was billed as a protest against gun violence,” cbsnews.com reports. “But for many Americans on the Right, it felt like they were under attack.” Which reminds me of a scene from the Joan Crawford biopic Mommie Dearest . . . You picking up what I’m putting down? CBS, of all things, gets it . . […]

What Did You Learn from the March for Our Lives Children’s Crusade for Gun Control? Question of the Day

I learned that CNN is in the bag for gun control 100 percent. Literally. In three hours of coverage I could withstand, I didn’t see a single pro-gun commentator on what we employees used to call Chicken Noodle News (more currently and appropriately nicknamed Communist News Network). They even had theme music for their March […]

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