The whole episode is bizarre for a number of reasons, not the least of which is just how far removed the exhibition was from anything that could resemble a real gun shop in lower Manhattan.
More than half of the victims VPC attributed to permit-holders were suicides
Maybe Media Matters thinks that Miller can be dissuaded from reporting on gun control issues in the future just because of its lowbrow sniping from the political fringe. If so, however, we suspect they will be disappointed.
Billy Johnson argues that our political leaders focus on the tools of violence rather than the logic of violence, and this inevitably leads to bad policy.
But no matter how big an appetite the world's fastest three-year-old Thoroughbreds work up during "the most exciting two minutes in sports," they haven't got a thing on gun control supporters in the public health field, when it comes to jockeying for position at the feeding trough.