The Left will beat the subject of gun control to death regardless of the fallacy of their argument until some time in the future when help is needed and they come crying and crawling!
Hopefully, if and when G-D forbid that happens, they will not have created a culture and climate in the United States where it will already be too late for them and the rest of us as well.
Mayor Bloomberg with his bodyguards and 24/7 security forgets some basic points!
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New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg at the 16th Annual ASPCA Bergh Ball at The Plaza Hotel in New York April 11. (Nicholas Hunt /PatrickMcMullan.com)
The ASPCA hosted its 16th Annual ASPCA Bergh Ball at The Plaza Hotel in New York Thursday night (April 11), and the black-tie bash drew an animal-loving crowd of politicians, media and fashion types and actors.
Isaac Mizrahi served as the Master of Ceremonies. Party-goers included actress Lake Bell and her fiancée, artist Scott Campbell, New...Read Full Story
You knew it was coming. Former DHS official Stewart Baker got the ball rolling with his atrocious attempt to portray the ACLU and the EFF as hacker-and-terrorist sympathizers.
Tech Dirt April 23, 2013
A few politicians bravely read the tea leaves (while the tea was still brewing!) and declared the Boston bombing to be Exhibit A in the argument for tougher immigration laws.
Now it’s time for those who love surveillance cameras to stand up and claim a piece of this tragedy as their own. An...Read Full Story
NEW YORK — New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a staunch advocate of tougher gun control laws, will bankroll a $12 million national advertising campaign aimed at key members in the U.S. Senate, the mayor said in an interview with The New York Times published on Saturday. The commercials to ...... Full storyRead Full Story
New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg has blamed iPhones and iPads for a rise in major crimes in the city. It's not because people want the iDevices so badly that they resort to crime for the money, but instead that they want the iDevices so badly that they steal them.There is some statistic evidence that leads Bloomberg to that conclusion, as Bloomberg said Friday during his weekly radio show. As of Monday, Bloomberg said, the New York Police Department had recorded 3,484 more major crimes...Read Full Story