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Haslam and guns v. The Shooting Wire

Bitter notes that The Shooting Wire is taking on the anti-gun mayors:

Without belaboring a point, their organization is, indeed, one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Neither, however, does it represent the end of the firearms industry or the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.

It represents another obvious sign that the profession once described as the Fourth Estate, journalism, has now decided that it is no longer proper to simply report the news. It is incumbent upon serious journalists to steer the poor sheep of the electorate in the correct direction. As I heard it said earlier this week, the Fourth Estate seems to be looking suspiciously like a Fifth Column movement, naysaying and downplaying anything that might look even remotely like the United States is anything other than the global bully.

Well, the fourth estate here in Knoxville is silent. In their defense, they’re also generally silent on the mayor’s alliance much less that the Knoxville mayor is a member. And all that liberal stuff isn’t applicable has Mr. Haslam is allegedly a conservative.

One Response to “Haslam and guns v. The Shooting Wire”

  1. #9 Says:

    But the Slantinel says guns are dangerous. Says so right here.

    Thank heaven for Bill Haslam. He will save us. I hear the new surveillance cameras will be voted on soon. Bill is very progressive.

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