On Guns, Clinton Runs Both Left and Right, Depending on Her Audience – Thus surprising absolutely no one . . .
Tamir Rice settlement should help educate kids on guns, Cleveland police union president says – Really? Kids in Cleveland will stop playing with guns because Rice’s parents — who got a big check from the city — will tell them not to? More like lipsticking the “he got what he deserved” pig previously presented by the po-po union prez.
America Is About to See How Guns Used in Mass Shootings Are Marketed – “That’s because (plaintiff attorney Katherine Mesner-Hage) and her co-council have constructed a creative PLCAA exemption, claiming, in essence, that the gun Adam Lanza used in the Sandy Hook massacre was specifically marketed as a killing machine. As part of discovery, they’ll dig through the gunmaker’s internal company memos and try to prove that the company was negligent.” Only in Connecticut would this suit have gotten so far in the face of PLCAA protections. Or new Jersey. Hawaii too. Illinois?
Michael Stipe: Governor, please veto this gun bill – R.E.M. is D.O.A. for the POTG, if you know what I mean.
Arlington gun store’s owner sues critics, says opponents issued death threats – “Protests are as American as apple pie, as pro-American as civil rights protests, as boycotts of grapes,” Levine said. “If this lawsuit succeeds, the Montgomery (Ala.) bus company ought to sue Martin Luther King and the civil rights movement for that boycott because they wanted to shut down that business.” Not he flip side: “There’s been all sorts of creepy stuff by people with a morbid obsession, a neurotic obsession, with firearms,” the owner said. “They are really dangerous people.”
Respective peers. Other high-income countries. Nothing dubious about that.
Pa. court refuses to void jail term for killer who shot rifle at cop during car chase – “He is [already] serving a life prison term after pleading guilty to first-degree murder in February for the September 2013 slaying of a 32-year-old man who owed him money. Negron-Rosario took a plea deal to avoid a possible death sentence for that killing in Harrisburg. It marked his second murder conviction. Authorities said Negron-Rosario served 13 years in prison on a 2001 conviction for a murder in Puerto Rico. He was 15 when he killed a 16-year-old boy in that case.”