Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to Sign Controversial Gun Bill Into Law
Apr23

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal to Sign Controversial Gun Bill Into Law

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal is set to sign into law a controversial gun bill that will greatly expand where one can pack heat. Of course, oblivious to many is that the controversial “Stand Your Ground” law is expanded in this bill. Still, Gov. Deal is touting bill as having “significant positive changes.” But for whom? House Bill 60 allows Georgians to legally carry firearms in more places, including schools,...

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A Bigot’s ‘Point System’
Apr22

A Bigot’s ‘Point System’

It has been mentioned before, sometimes in passing, sometimes at length. However, the grotesque, cruel irony — the perverse senselessness of it all — did not fully register with me until I read a short, eye-opening column in TIME Magazine. As had been quite apparent from his past actions and diatribe and as it became crystal clear from his after-the-rampage shouts, anti-Semite, white supremacist (“loud racist, good...

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A Gun Control Network to Rival the NRA?
Apr17

A Gun Control Network to Rival the NRA?

It’s fairly common knowledge that the National Rifle Association (NRA) is a very influential group in our nation’s politics. With around 5 million members, the NRA is one of the largest lobbyist groups in the country. It’s also one of the most powerful. According to a Gallup poll taken in 2013, most Americans favor stronger gun control. Due in a large part to the NRA, though, gun bills have rarely passed. For example, legislature...

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Suicide By Capital Punishment
Apr17

Suicide By Capital Punishment

Kansas City Killer Kills 3 In KKK Play Yet Another Pointed Victory For The NRA The View From The Virgin Islands By John McCarthy TMV Columnist I used to be a competitive tennis player. The thing about tennis – being an individual sport – is that you are not only battling your opponent – but your own head – meaning your own desire to succeed. I found that if you let up – even for just one point – a snowball effect of losing points was...

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Alleged “Heartland Killer” Frazier Glenn Miller’s Long Resume of Hate
Apr14

Alleged “Heartland Killer” Frazier Glenn Miller’s Long Resume of Hate

Sometimes during a seemingly senseless shooting, when the shooter’s identity becomes known people come out of the woodwork saying, “How could this happen? He seemed like a quiet type.” Not so with accused “Heatland Killer” Frazier Glenn Miller, who The Daily Beast’s John Avlon and Caitlen Dickson note has a long — truly huge — record in the hate biz. As the subheadline on their...

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Stabbings and Guns (Guest Cartoonist Cartoon Guest Voice)
Apr11

Stabbings and Guns (Guest Cartoonist Cartoon Guest Voice)

Stabbings and Guns by Mike Peters OF RELATED INTEREST: –No guns this time, just more good old American violence –The Gun Is Never The Problem: A Guide To Right-Wing Responses To Mass Shootings –Anti-gunners plan Seattle event; will they discuss school stabbings? –GUN LOVERS PRETTY THRILLED ABOUT PENNSYLVANIA HIGH SCHOOL BOY STABBING ALL THOSE KIDS –The Lesson From Baseball’s Paternity Leave...

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