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Ill. Gov. using straw man arguments

Illinois governor uses straw man arguments against court carry ruling

Avowed anti-gun Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is using straw man arguments to obfuscate the dilemma he and state lawmakers have been handed by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that the state’s ban on carrying firearms outside the home for protection is unconstitutional.


Article by Dave Workman

BREAKING NEWS: Illinois Concealed Carry Ban Tossed Out!

Illinois will no longer be the only state to forbid law-abiding citizens any means of carrying a gun for self-defense. The ban on concealed carry in that state was struck down by a panel of judges at the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals for the United States.

Is liberal media group trying to shift the debate?

Is media group’s attack on columnist meant to change the subject?

Media Matters, the self-proclaimed “progressive research and information center dedicated to comprehensively monitoring, analyzing, and correcting conservative misinformation in the U.S. media” has singled out a Washington Times senior editor for its latest barrage.


Article by Dave Workman

Where's the Costas sermon on death of Jerry Brown?

Where’s the Costas outrage over death of Jerry Brown?

No gun was involved Saturday when Dallas Cowboy defensive tackle Josh Brent was at the wheel in an accident that killed practice squad linebacker Jerry Brown, so NBC’s Bob Costas – and for that matter Kansas City sports writer Jason Whitlock – has not provided a diatribe about a “drunk driving culture.”


Article by Dave Workman

Bringing in pot with a "POW!"

Marijuana mayhem in Pierce County leaves two dead

As many Washington potheads were legally lighting up, two men were shot dead in what appears to be an intended marijuana theft gone very bad in Pierce County, the first time the Puget Sound region has read about a wild dope shootout since the Steve Sarich incident in March 2010.


Article by Dave Workman

Monumental hypocrisy?

Gun-toting anti-gun Illinois state senator in court today

Illinois State Senator Donne Trotter, the South Chicago Democrat who was arrested at O’Hare International Airport Wednesday for having a gun and ammunition in his carry-on bag, was to be in court today for a bail hearing, which ought to double for his resignation announcement.


Article by Dave Workman

Backpedalling and Bob Costas

The backpedalling by and for Bob Costas isn’t working

NBC sportscaster Bob Costas will appear tonight on Fox News’ O’Reilly Factor with host Bill O’Reilly as the centerpiece of a story that just keeps on giving like the proverbial Christmas present with a down-side.


Article by Dave Workman

The Costas flap continues

O’Reilly, Goldberg should be careful providing cover for Costas

The Bob Costas flap has become the gaffe du jour, with some well-meant attempts to help the embattled NBC announcer do some damage control in the wake of Sunday night’s remarks and Monday’s blistering reaction.


Article by Dave Workman

Social bigotry strives for new low....

Social bigotry follow-up: ‘NRA is the new KKK’

While public opinion appears decidedly against NBC commentator Bob Costas for his anti-gun halftime commentary Sunday evening, the man responsible for igniting the controversy – columnist Jason Whitlock – seems intent on earning his own gravitas for social bigotry by labeling the National Rifle Association as “the new KKK.”


Article by Dave Workman