It must be noted that these 25 examples are only a smidgen of the hundreds of thousands of DGUs that occur each year
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Conservative firebrand Ann Coulter told Sean Hannity on Thursday that Democrats are “against rape unless it’s committed by a Clinton or a Kennedy.”
Coulter’s explosive remarks came as she criticized Monica Lewinksy’s recent “Vanity Fair” essay about her relationship with former President Bill Clinton.
“She shows just an utter lack of personal responsibility,” Coulter said.
Hannity and Coulter both agreed that the Clinton administration attacked all women who came forward and claimed they were engaged in sexual activity with Bill Clinton. One woman, Juanita Broaddrick actually accused Clinton of raping her in the 1970s.
“They’re against rape unless it’s committed by a Clinton or a Kennedy,” Coulter said of the Democrats.
In an editorial released late on March 19th, the USA Today editorial board shared their belief that gun rights “absolutists” have hijacked and ruined the gun debate.
According to editorial board, these gun rights “absolutists” have taken such a narrow-minded stand on the words “shall not be infringed” that “Congress won’t pass even modest firearm safety laws.”
Americans are turning away from the dinosaur state-run Media by the millions
A pro-gun control video game posted at various online sites has players shoot children and teachers, then asks them to contact Congress and demand more gun control.
According to National Review Online, the game is called The Slaying of Sandy Hook.
Game play requires the players to act the role of Adam Lanza. “Text boxes prompt [players] to pick up a Glock pistol, move into the bedroom of Lanza’s mother, Nancy, and shoot her four times.” After that, players are instructed to “pick up an AR-15, ammunition, and Nancy Lanza’s car keys.”
The game then focuses on Sandy Hook Elementary, and players are given “an 11 minute timeline to kick in classroom and bathroom doors and slaughter [the] students and teachers” they find there. At the end of the 11 minutes, players are informed of the number of students and teachers who were able to survive by hiding and playing dead, or who were only wounded.
The game has a “gun control mode” where players are encouraged to try to carry out the heinous crime with a Japanese sword instead of a firearm. The game’s credits then ask “players to contact lawmakers and urge them to pass gun control measures.”
The game also links to the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA), so players can keep up with gun control legislation proposals.
HANDGUN SAVES 100 LIVES During Mall MASSACRE [W/ VIDEO] – SecretsOfTheFed.com
Here’s a positive story about guns that you’re not likely to see the US corporate media pay much attention to – an off-duty SAS soldier armed with just a handgun saved 100 lives during the terrorist siege on the Westgate shopping mall in Kenya.
Last week, we brought you an interview with Kris Koenig, director of “Assaulted: Civil Rights Under Fire,” an upcoming documentary that supports the Second Amendment and delves into America’s ongoing gun debate. With the film coming to theaters on June 20, TheBlaze has two exclusive clips that provide a lens into its controversial and captivating contents.
The first exclusive video, an interview with gun expert and renowned Hollywood firearms supplier Mike Tristano, offers up some intriguing content. In the clip, Tristano decries the media’s coverage of gun control issues and accuses the press of “exploitative yellow journalism.”
“When I’m watching television and I see some reporter on there’s that’s saying that an assault weapon or any weapon that fires one of these high-power rounds is meant to kill and that’s all it’s used for — that’s not true at all,” he says. “And they just don’t know what they’re even talking about, but because they think it’s going to be good for their news program — and its exploitative yellow journalism.”
In 2011, there was a set of commercials that made their way around the internet by gun-maker Glock and featuring popular Marine drill sergeant Lee Ermey, aka “Gunny.” Pro-gun people loved them, as they make the case for those who are passionate about the Second Amendment in a slightly-funny, common-sense way.
And now the manufacturer is back with a new one that’s sure to grab attention.
The ads all are a play off the idea of robbers picking the wrong business, house, or person.
Check out the initial ad, which takes place at a diner and focuses on a potential robbery: