And suddenly all the ARs vanished quietly into the mist.

I tweeted about this, but it’s funny enough in its gross stupidity that I must mock them further.

The emphasis added below is mine.

Good Riddance: Colt Pulls the Plug on Producing AR-15s in the Consumer Market
The day many of us thought we’d never live to see has finally arrived.

In recent years, while mass shootings have dominated both headlines and cemeteries, calls for gun reform have escalated to deafening levels. As frustration and fears mount, and as organizations like the NRA have kept a stranglehold on maintaining the status quo, an unlikely hero has arrived in the form of Colt—the gun manufacturer responsible for producing the AR-15 assault rifle.

Ordinarily, I’d call them out for referring to the semi-auto AR-15 as an assault rifle, but that’s not the best part. The bold face emphasis above was a clue. Continue reading

Biased? We’re not biased.

Deputies: 30 rounds fired from AR-15 in deadly Florida home invasion
Three men say they were asleep inside a mobile home in Glen St. Mary about 4 a.m. Sunday when they heard a voice outside yell “Sheriff’s Office!” before the front door burst open.

Shocking. Clearly ARs — and those nasty high capacity magazines — have no…


The victims told deputies they acted in self-defense when they turned their guns on the intruders, with one of them estimating he fired over 30 rounds from an AR-15 before the threat was over.

Yep. Six (6, seis, sechs, 0110) paragraphs down, you finally learn that the defenders used the AR. The defenders had to fire 30 rounds from the AR alone (no count given for the guy with the pistol).

The war is over.