This is someone who needs to be reminded to breathe . . . Kim Kardashian Pens Emotional Plea for Gun Control — Then Adds 7 Words That Prove She Just Doesn’t Get It – “But buried in the middle of the fourth paragraph were the seven words that gave her away: ‘ALL OF MY SECURITY TEAM IS ARMED.’ She then goes on to explain that she ‘understands the need for armed security’ while completely missing the point: to the average American whose life is not broadcast into millions of homes daily, the only ‘armed security’ most families can afford is a loaded 9mm in a lockbox by the bed or a shotgun in the closet.”
Andrew Tuohy of Vuurwapen Blog has made a motion to dismiss this mess…stay tuned . . . FIREClean Misquotes Larry Vickers in New Lawsuit – “On page 13 of their response to my motion to dismiss, Fireclean claims they can “provide evidence, such as the results of scientifically sound lab tests, eyewitness testimony, and expert testimony, to prove the FAC’s allegations that they did not falsify any video test results or mislead the public” – but if you follow the reference they make to the original document, it’s just the IR testing comparing Fireclean to various types of Crisco – it doesn’t have anything to do with the video. None of their 200 pages of exhibits contains a reproduction or re-verification of the Fireclean Lube Test video.”
Just think how insufferable he’d be if he let his fame go to his head . . . ‘The Daily Show’s Jordan Klepper On Why His Satire Gets Personal When It Comes To Guns – “Within the first few minutes of Jordan Klepper Solves Guns, The Daily Showcorrespondent’s new hour-long Comedy Central special, the host seemingly beats the drum of leftist elites whose politics are boisterously anti-gun. ‘I’m enlightened, I’m progressive, and I feel like was put on this Earth to enact righteous change,’ he quips while walking through the National Mall. ‘As a television personality, I’ve repeatedly reported on America’s obsession with guns. Despite my incredible efforts, guns are still a problem.’”
One-stop shopping . . . Browse Guns, Buy a Wedding Dress, Grab a Six…at This Shop – “In fact, to get to the (Hussey’s General Store)’s bridal boutique, the story says, customers must walk past the gas pumps out front, the stock of bagged compost, and shelves of groceries and Maine-emblazoned souvenirs downstairs. “Upstairs, adjacent to the guns and the fishing supplies, is a dusky rose-colored alcove that (owner Kristen Ballantyne) will cordon off for two-hour bridal appointments (although walk-ins are always welcome),” the story says.”
Excitement For Gun Rights, Anxiety For Gun Investors – “The most mind-blowing aspect to (deep retail price discounts) is all of those pistols are wildly popular and good firearms. If it were any other time, they would not need any sales stimuli to sell. They are not bad guns that do not move. The Ruger American Pistol is an amazing value for a solid firearm, the S&W Shield is arguably one of the best and most popular concealed carry choices, and the Walther PPQ is a firearm that is raved about by almost anyone who tries one. So why the rebates and discounts? To me, there is only one logical answer. The manufacturers, not wanting to be caught behind the demand curve they saw after Sandy Hook, bet big on the elections and they were wrong.” We shall see….
Buh bye! . . . Before guns come to campus, this WSU professor is leaving – Deborah Ballard-Reisch, a tenured professor in WSU’s Elliott School of Communication, submitted a letter to WSU president John Bardo this week saying she plans to retire July 1, the day the (campus carry) law is set to go into effect. “Clear, open, critical discussion cannot take place in an environment of threat and fear,” Ballard-Reisch wrote. “As someone who has experienced gun violence personally, I do not feel safe with guns in the classroom.”
More Fake News: Reuters Touts New Anti-Gun “Study” – “Under the headline, ‘Stricter gun laws tied to fewer fatal police shootings,’ reporter Lisa Rapaport’s lead sentence said: ‘U.S. states with tighter restrictions on the purchase and use of guns and ammunitions may have fewer fatal police shootings than places with more permissive firearm policies, a recent study suggests.’ (Emphasis added.) Hedge words like ‘may’ and ‘suggests’ are commonly associated with fake news, and that’s the case here, too.”
Life is so much easier when the morons self-identify . . . Teens arrested after Snapchat video shows them with gun inside school – “Police arrested two teenagers seen in a Snapchat video playing with a gun inside Whitefish Bay High School.”