So there was yet another school shooting. The eighteenth this year, I believe, and the year is only 45 days old.
Again we hear the nightmare stories of children hearing and watching and feeling their friends get murdered in the next classroom, in front of them, on top of them… Continue reading
Posted in Christianity, Gun Violence, National Rifle Association (NRA), Opinion, School Shootings, Second Amendment, US Politics
Tagged AR 15s, background checks, campaign donations, gun control, gun ownership, Gun Violence, IRA, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Mass Shootings, media, mentally ill, money in politics, politics, School Shootings
So I was brushing my teeth before leaving home to go work out. I had it all perfectly timed: I would get more than an hour and a half on the treadmill at the YMCA before having to pick up R nearby. I turned on the tap to rinse… no water. Continue reading
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Yesterday I wrote about Dickens’ experience in America in 1842. One of the things that shocked him was the pride Americans had about carrying weapons. Continue reading
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Okay, finally I’m getting around to the post about Red Dawn.I think it’s no coincidence that it was remade around this time. Continue reading
Posted in History, Society, World War Two
Tagged community, firearms for protection, gun control, guns, movies, Newtown, North Korean invasion, North Korean occupation, Opinion, Red Dawn, School Shootings, Second Amendment
In this economy, businesses have to be extra creative. And are they ever! For example, if you go to the RadioShack in Hamilton, Montana, to sign up for Dish Network right now, you get a free gun or pizza. Isn’t choice wonderful?
Let’s imagine that…