It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (of Contradictory Gun Laws)

Service Station. Military Intelligence. Honest Politician. Coherent Gun Laws. Do any of these phrases rise above the level of oxymoron (with an emphasis on the last two syllables)? After spending God knows how many months training and studying, then several more months waiting for processing, I finally obtained that cherished little piece of plastic, a […]

Indianapolis Reporter Throws a Tantrum Over New Gun Law

  I love it when Liberals stomp their feet, hold their breath, and general act like two-year-olds. Very entertaining. So when I was reading my morning ePaper this AM, you’ll understand why I was chortling over this missive from the Indianapolis Star, by crack reporter Matthew Tully, as he sulks in print over Indy’s new […]

Harvard Law ♥ Guns?

Well, maybe not Harvard Law School, et all, but certainly one student there, at the very least. Hence, this scholarly paper, entitled Would Banning Firearms Reduce Murder and Suicide? By Don B. Kates and Gary Mauser. For members of the TTAG Armed Intelligencia, that’s akin to asking “Is Water Still Wet,” i.e., “Not just ‘no,’ but […]

A Rank Idea, Courtesy of the Brady Campaign

Americans are known for our love of many things – personal freedom, humor, guns, and lists. Lots and lots of lists. So when the folks at the Brady Bunch complied their list of how each state ranks one their (bleeding heart) scale of leglislation that is “anti-gun”-friendly (wrap your mind around that one), I had […]