Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Wall Street Journal shills for Violence Policy Center PR release

NRA's Long-Running Opposition to Regulation of Common Explosives Threatens Public Safety While Benefiting Its Gun Industry "Corporate Partners" New VPC Report Reveals
WSJ mirrors this bilge with the disclaimer: "The Wall Street Journal news department was not involved in the creation of this content." They didn't have any problem megaphoning it though, now did they?

1 comment:

Joe Fondren said...

I read a book a few years ago that was written for LEO's on how to ID and deal with an IED. The most compelling info in the book was that gasoline is much more explosive that gun powder. And, a recent mainstream cable TV show stated that one gallon of gasoline had the explosive power of TWENTY sticks of dynamite, which of course may be purchased by a minor, a deranged person, a convicted felon, someone on the terror watch list, a politician or a bureaucrat, with no ID or background check. One evil man on top of one of the buildings near the end of the Marathon could have tossed a few gasoline filled balloons and a pack of firecrackers and caused as much or more psychological damage. It could be no plainer that the criminals in control of what used to be our government have as their purpose the subjection or destruction of their political enemies. US!