“The Harper government’s controversial bill to end the long-gun registry has passed the House of Commons, marking the end of a long political battle over one of the most controversial law enforcement measures in recent memory.” Controversial? Really? That’s leaderpost.com’s take on dismantling a useless, intrusive and wildly expensive process that’s reviled across the Great White North. Whatever. The Conservative-controlled Senate votes next, something that’s considered a fait accompli. We hope. “Once the bill becomes law, RCMP officials will begin deleting information in a massive database that provides details to police on what types of firearms registered gun owners possess.” You believe that, don’t you?