Monday, 11 February 2013

A Thought-provoking WSJ opinion piece on Gun Control

I read this interesting piece in the Wall Street Journal this morning. David Rivkin and Andrew Grossman discuss Obama's skeet-shooting photo and the constiutional debate surrounding gun control.
President Barack Obama shoots clay targets at Camp David, MD, August 4th 2012
Image Credit: Pete Souza, via White House Flickr stream 
Could there be a better illustration of the cultural divide over firearms than the White House photograph of our skeet-shooting president? Clay pigeons are launched into the air, but the president's smoking shotgun is level with the ground. This is not a man who is comfortable around guns. And that goes a long way toward explaining his gun-control agenda.
Follow the link for the full article.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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