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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

TIME is not on our side

In this case, I am speaking of the periodical and not senescence.  Gun-scribe emeritus Dean Speir shares his critical thoughts on TIME’s latest anti-gun invective.



It's all over the media again since the Batman and Sikh incidents. Never mind the insane individuals could and probably would have (in the absence of firearms) used another instrumentality of death. I won't give any nuts any ideas, but point is, we have neglected our mental health system for so long and made the doctors so afraid of lawsuts from disclosing patient threats that it's like almost every other aspect of our modern society...ridiculous.

I long for the days of yore, but feel like Tommy Lee Jones in No Country for Old Men...

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
Time (Time-Life) has always been anti-gun.

Being a historian I have a shelf full of Time Life Series, Old West, World War Two, the Aviation series for example. But I bought none of them new, all came from the second hand market.


Because not a penny of my money goes to Time Life. It may sound petty, but it's how I can make peace with buying their products.