Question of the Day: Canadian Pro-Gun Rally at Sight of Massacre. Inappropriate?

“A pro-gun lobby group in Quebec is looking for another spot to protest after being roundly condemned for planning a rally at the park commemorating the 14 women killed at Montreal’s École Polytechnique in 1989,” ca.news.yahoo.com reports. “The rally planned for Dec. 2, just four days before the 28th anniversary of the shooting, aims to bring attention to what the lobby group calls ‘excessive […]

Question of the Day: Are Gun Owners More Frightened Than Non-Gun Owners?

I’ve read some stupid sh*t blogging for this site. The washingtonpost.com post At Yale, we conducted an experiment to turn conservatives into liberals. The results say a lot about our political divisions certainly qualifies. Check this out . . . But before they answered the survey questions, we had them engage in an intense imagination exercise. They […]

Question of the Day: Could You Shoot a Lion?

“There is not another group that does more for ensuring a positive future for wildlife than hunters,” Boone and Crockett Club President Ben Hollingsworth Jr. asserts in a position statement. “Trophy animals are a byproduct of sound wildlife management and are intrinsically intertwined with all hunting . . . The calls to end trophy hunting […]

Question of the Day: Should America Be More Like Germany for Guns? [VIDEO w/Jorge Sprave]

American exceptionalism. It’s a thing, right? America is a constitutional democracy. Our foundational document is a laundry list of things the government can’t do (save the directive requiring the President to protect our borders).Yes, we have more guns — and more firearms related injury and death — than other “developed” countries (assuming Mexico isn’t developed). […]

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