Daily Digest: Shining a New Light on Fast & Furious, Ghetto-izing NYC and APD Armors Up

The cleansing power of sunshine . . . Under Trump, ‘Fast and Furious’ probe will expose truth – “During the Michigan presidential Republican primary in March of 2016, then-candidate Donald Trumppromised both Kent Terry and Michelle Terry-Balogh, siblings of Brian Terry, if elected he would get the truth and answers regarding both Fast and Furious […]

Daily Digest: Artistic Expression, Irony on the South Side, and Using the Right Guns in China

In case you needed a reason to support school choice . . . Dallas High School Teacher Posts Video “Shooting” Trump With Squirt Gun In Classroom – “The video was captioned with ‘Watching the #inauguration in my classroom like…. #no #stop #denial #squirtgun #hypocrisy #powerless #saveusall #teachthembetter #atleastitsfriday’.” IRONY ALERT . . . 6 Shot at […]

Daily Digest: California Doxing, the Ongoing Oregunpocalypse, and Chief Art in the Big City

California DOJ doxes gun safety instructors . . . CA DOJ’s Willful Disclosure of Firearm Safety Instructors’ Private Information was Prompted by a Local NPR Reporter – “(T)he California Department of Justice began mailing letters like this one to Certified California Firearm Safety Instructors in late December. Those letters ominously warned that that DOJ had ‘inadvertently’ revealed vital private […]

Daily Digest: Army Agronomy, Blaming the Victim, and Public School Kid-Shaming

Launch a grenade, plant a tree . . . US Army Asks for Biodegradable Ammo – “The request was made via the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program. Specifically, the DoD wants ‘biodegradable training ammunition loaded with specialized seeds to grow environmentally beneficial plants that eliminate ammunition debris and contaminants.’ The ammunition the DoD wants to replace with […]

Daily Digest: A New Direction at Justice, Missed Disarmament Opportunities, and Chicago’s Competition

The NRA’s Chris Cox on Trump’s AG nominee . . . Sen. Jeff Sessions will fight for the Second Amendment: Column – “Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch’s politicization of the Department of Justice over the last eight years will not be reversed overnight. But in Jeff Sessions, we can look forward to an attorney general who will focus the Department’s […]

Daily Digest: Upholding Pennsylvania Law, Radical Empathy in New York, and Nothing New in New Jersey

Pennsylvania, where the law is still the law . . . Gun Bans: Court Reminds Local Governments They Lack Authority to Restrict Guns – “The court rejected the claim that the ordinance was within the authority of a municipality regulating the use of its own property. The underlying basis for the ordinance was the Township’s police […]

Daily Digest: A Social Media Suit, Exploding Package Deterrence, and Liberals Arm Up

Facebook, Twitter, Google sued by Orlando shooting victims’ families – “Facebook, Google and Twitter are being sued by the families of three victims slain in the mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub for allegedly providing “material support” to the Islamic State. … The lawsuit is the latest to target popular Internet services for making it too […]