Slobbering Vichy National Republican Association fluffer Hutchison is at it again.
Keeping the Magic Numbers in Mind (For Passing Legislation)
This will likely involve flipping the House back to Republican control. Which will have a lot of benefits for Second Amendment supporters. But control of the House is not enough when there is an anti-Second Amendment president. Then it takes 290 votes to override a veto. That would require picking up 100 seats – that is a Herculean effort.
(Search it if you need it. I won’t link to Ammoland until they start marking Hutchison’s columns as enemy action.)
His premise is that to save the Second Amendment, we need to give the House back to Republicans.
The clueless tool pretends to have not noticed that the Republicans suck at the 2A very nearly as much as the Batshit Crazy Party. Continue reading
I’m a little late to this game due to other topics I’ve been addressing elsewhere. I hear the House has passed the Violence Against Women Act of 2019. Since the Senate is also full of idiots, I’m not going to bet against it dying there.
I haven’t been through the whole thing, but I wanted to check on some of the stuff related to “losing” one’s 2A rights. The issue is the definition of domestic violence. The Socialists are painting this as merely applying the definition to stalkers and former “dating partners,” claiming that it currently doesn’t include anyone but spouses and live-in partners.
Gun advertisement’s front-page placement shows poor judgment
We are alumni from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.
We write this letter to express our enormous disappointment for the front-page edition of your newspaper, printed on May 2, 2018 (Vol. 59. No. 7). On the page you published three different stories reporting on the direct effects that gun violence has had in our community in just the past year and a half: one about the Fort Lauderdale Airport shooting, one about the money raised for the victims and survivors of the MSD shooting, and a tribute to Alyssa Alhadeff, whose celebration of life took place yesterday on what would have been her 15th birthday.
Our disappointment in your poor judgment spurs from the ill-placed advertisement for the Fort Lauderdale gun show, offering discounted admission and concealed permit classes, placed immediately below the aforementioned stories.
The correct response from the paper should be, “Fuck you. Read the Constitution, twits.”
We deeply regret placement of a gun advertisement on our front page Wednesday morning.
It is against our policy to run gun and other types of controversial advertising on our front page.
We understand how the juxtaposition of certain ads and news stories can appear extremely insensitive, and we failed to prevent such a juxtaposition today.
We are taking steps to ensure this does not happen again, and the Sun Sentinel now has a moratorium on gun advertising.
Ghu forbid a newspaper run anything “controversial” where it can be seen.