These are the people who distribute food stamps and unemployment checks . . . DPS: Guns, ammunition seized from Arizona government basement after director ousted – “The ousted director of Arizona’s social services agency had the department amass 45 handguns and nearly 85,000 rounds of ammunition as he planned to boost his internal security force, the agency’s interim director said Thursday. Former director Tim Jeffries also personally possessed a gun purchased by the Arizona Department of Economic Security, and a badge issued by the agency’s sworn law enforcement arm, known as the Office of Inspector General, Interim Director Henry Darwin said Thursday. State troopers confiscated the guns on Nov. 23, less than an hour after Jeffries was forced to resign by Gov. Doug Ducey’s chief of staff and escorted from the Capitol DES offices. Troopers then followed Jeffries to his Scottsdale home to confiscate his state-purchased weapon.”
Love Trumps Hate? ‘Sex’ Star Shuns Trump Voters – “Right now I want to be in the bubble. I don’t want to talk to any Trump people…My initial thoughts [after the election] was that I wanted to move to the woods and learn to shoot a gun. The fear of what is happening and how am I going to make sure that no one hurts my child, even in a subtle way, which was already a fear I had honestly, but it just became so, so heightened.” Love trumps hate all the way up until your candidate loses. Then it takes a back seat to revulsion and intolerance.
Slicing and dicing . . . Community colleges can limit guns – “Community colleges can take students’ ages into account as they decide where and when license holders can and cannot carry concealed handguns on campus, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in an opinion this week. “Such rules could prohibit concealed handguns in specific classrooms and campus areas at times where there may be a congregation of minors, as well as specific rooms where child-care services are provided,” he wrote on Tuesday.”
– Second Quarter Net Sales of $233.5 Million, up 63.0% Year-Over-Year
– Second Quarter GAAP Net Income Per Diluted Share of $0.57
– Second Quarter Non-GAAP Net Income Per Diluted Share of $0.68
Oops! The New York Times Just Accidentally Debunked the Gun Control Fairy Tale – “As part of its never-ending, ideologically driven campaign to undermine gun rights, the New York Times ran a big 5,000-plus word story last month about mass shootings. Creating hostility to guns was the obvious goal of this “news” report. But buried in all that verbiage was a remarkable admission. A big majority of shooters already are in violation of gun laws.”
Griffin Armaments’ MK1 rifle line which has been in development the past couple of years is complete. The MK1 series is a direct impingement line of signature rifles.
“Like most serious end users, we’ve been using and building AR’s as a hobby for the past 20 years. We wanted to ensure our rifles were a turn-key fully featured firearm, meaning the end user doesn’t have to buy 4 or more different parts and own the rifle in a semi-complete state for months before it feels mission ready. We’re proud of designing and integrating into these guns, a complete package of upgrade features.” -Austin, Lead engineer and primary owner of Griffin stated. He continued, “From a business perspective, we are also aware that the current AR market is extremely competitive, which is why we wanted to offer an unbeatable combination of quality, performance, and features at a great price. Offering value is something that Griffin customers have come to expect from us, and we are happy to deliver it in this signature line of AR’s.”
Parents Disarm Their Son Who Brought Guns to Utah School – “Two fast-acting parents disarmed their 15-year-old son at a Utah junior high school Thursday after they noticed the teenager acting peculiarly in the morning and realized he had taken the family’s shotgun and handgun, police said. The mother and father arrived shortly after the boy entered a classroom in the northern Utah city of Bountiful and fired one round into the ceiling, injuring no one but leaving a hole the size of a small plate, Bountiful Police Chief Tom Ross said.” Wonder how he managed to sneak that shotgun into class without anyone noticing.