The NRA didn't do itself any favors with its press conference on Friday, but the it's hard to top the radical left's hypocrisy on the gun debate.
Then read the far-left New York Times, "The Scourge of Concealed Weapons." Freakin' idiots.
RELATED: "Guns and the Right to Bear Arms at Saberpoint: The NRA: Target and Scapegoat for the Hyper-Angry Left."
ALSO: "National Review's Newtown Symposium":
For some reason NRO's editors thought it smart to put Charlotte Allen's not-enough-men essay first in its recent symposium on the massacre. I don't know. As the father of a husky 11-year-old boy, I doubt I'm the best advocate for a bunch of husky (11 or) 12-year-old boys "gang rushing" a grown man wielding a semi-automatic rifle shooting fragmenting bullets. Megan McArdle made the "gang rush" argument as well (about which here). There may be some circumstances during a mass shooting that such virtual human sacrifice defense methods succeed in dragging down the shooter, or bowling him over, or whatever, but it defies common sense for a rational-thinking child to summon up that much foolish bravado. If anything, I suspect someone would sooner jump between the line of fire to save a dear friend, as what happened during the Aurora shooting. That "gang rush" thing sounds more like a bum rush at this point.Continue reading.
BONUS: "Invincible Ignorance."