Posts tagged: rant
It’s use in a headline or story denotes journalistic laziness or an anti-gun agenda. Or both.
“KABUL - AP Heavily armed Taliban gunmen stormed…”
“Eight purported cartel gunmen were killed…”
“…the dead were pro-regime gunmen.”
And…it’s not just the lib media that’s guilty:
“Fox News - 2 days ago - A French police official says that a gunman who had taken four people hostage…”
It’s pervasive and the use of the term seems to have become more prolific recently.
Keep in mind that the U.N. Arms Trade Treaty conference is coming up in NYC in July. I just have to wonder if there is any correlation?
In an editorial titled “Gun group can move on now,” the Canton Repository recently criticized OFCC for trying to keep Ohio’s concealed carry notification law at the forefront of the discussion surrounding Daniel Harless.
“Cantonians don’t need any help figuring out what’s important to them,” stated the Rep’s editorial. “What residents of Canton are talking about is whether Patrolman Daniel Harless belongs on the street, and what should happen to him when an internal affairs investigation wraps up. What Cantonians aren’t talking about so much is Ohio’s concealed-carry law.”