Gun owners are accustomed to legalized discrimination. In some states, merchants still hang signs refusing to do business with us. We’re used and abused by big Hollywood. We’re outcasts in academia.
The gun-control movement has found that, by focusing its attention on corporations and their boards, they might be able to bypass the democratic process altogether and thereby accomplish their gun-control desires without having to win a single vote.
Gun control has become, sadly, the latest fashion for those wishing to seem responsible.
This past week’s events beg us to ask this question to tell a politician from an activist.