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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

Costas under fire for gun rant

Costas comments epitomize acceptable social bigotry against guns

Sunday evening’s halftime anti-gun rant by announcer Bob Costas has ignited a fury among viewers and gun rights advocates in the wake of Saturday’s bizarre murder-suicide involving Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Javon Belcher.


Article by Dave Workman

Is MAIG trying to shift public attention?

Is Mayors’ group trying to deflect attention by attacking NRA?

Is the anti-gun Mayors Against Illegal Guns trying to deflect attention from last week’s embarrassing launch of Gun Owners Against Illegal Mayors by calling a press conference today to attack the National Rifle Association, which had nothing to do with the new organization?


Article by Dave Workman


Barack Hussein Obama, since he was reelected and cannot be elected again, no longer feels the need to keep a desire for a gun-control agenda under the radar. He has called for reinstating the semi-auto ban pushed by Charles Schumer and Dianne Feinstein in 1994.

Minnesota follow-up: What were they thinking?

Minnesota case ignites Northwest debate on home, self-defense

Pacific Northwest gun owners and activists are engaged in a very active discussion about home protection and self-defense in the wake of a double-slaying in Minnesota that was reported yesterday, with sentiments clearly against the dead teen burglars.


Article by Dave Workman

Minnesota homeowner may have crossed the legal line

Minnesota case shows difference between self-defense and self-destruction

A Minnesota man has been charged with second-degree murder in a case that is raising eyebrows and blood pressure here in the Evergreen State – as reader comments in Tuesday morning’s Seattle Times reveal – because he fatally shot two unarmed teenage burglars in what does not appear to be a case of self-defense.


Article by Dave Workman

Groups push for Sportsmen's Act passage

Industry, outdoors groups urge passage of Sportsmen’s Act

Sometime today, the U.S. Senate is supposed to be voting on the proposed Sportsmen’s Act of 2012, and currently there is a push to get sportsmen and women, and other recreational shooters, to contact the Senate and urge passage of S. 3525.


Article by Dave Workman

Meet the (former) mayors....

Meet the (former) mayors from Mayors Against Illegal Guns

Yesterday’s debut of the Second Amendment Foundation’s “Gun Owners Against Illegal Mayors” spread across the Internet with shockwave ferocity, especially on gun rights forums, where gleeful gun owners are cheering.


Article by Dave Workman