Category Archives: Gun control

Yes, Virginia, they really DO want to take our guns away

Only the government can be trusted with guns and speech, our acquaintances say Almost as shocking as the call, in his New York Times op-ed, to eliminate the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was the revelation that John Paul … Continue reading

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Has the race card been revoked in Madison schools?

Madison schools boss admits race-based discipline isn’t working Young people from Madison are marching on Janesville to the home of Speaker Paul Ryan to protest school shooting deaths. It’s not quite marching on Selma, Alabama, for Civil Rights. Or the Mobe … Continue reading

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Ald. Hall wants to take guns away from cops who protect banks from robbers

UPDATE: Ald. Hall cancels meeting that had been scheduled Tuesday with that bank on Milwaukee Street after blogging: ‘We don’t need to get into an arms race with would-be robbers’ Always a step ahead of the national movement to disarm … Continue reading

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What stopped that Maryland school shooter?

What did NOT stop Tuesday’s (03-20-18) school shooting in Maryland? Maryland’s assault weapon ban The state’s 10-round magazine limit Its universal background check requirement Exhaustive permit application process for handguns Limiting the purchase of firearms to one per month Handgun … Continue reading

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Thoughts and prayers and a little lead

The indentured servants at the Stately Manor are abuzz over the father who walked into Shorewood Hills elementary school Thursday and handed out pieces of cardboard written with a single word, that word being “GUN!” Could it be that the … Continue reading

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All the ‘red flags’ in the world didn’t stop the Florida school shooter; a teacher’s Ruger might have

The Squire of the Stately Manor first proposed that schools allow their personnel to discreetly arm themselves several years ago. Madison school board’s former president called it the most stupid idea he has ever heard or was ever likely to … Continue reading

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