The series was originated by the TTAG blog to make the point: “American gun owners are not a homogenous group. We’re male and female. We represent all ethnic and racial groups. We hold conflicting political opinions. We have various religious beliefs and backgrounds. Some of us are atheists. We all cherish our constitutionally protected right to keep and bear arms.”
Or maybe we will …
Kim Kardashian, famous for … being famous, became even more so last week when she tweeted a photo of her diamond-encrusted firearm of choice and then immediately deleted it when her fans dumped on her for being a gun advocate.
“I can’t see a greater collapse when the executive can kill its own citizens arbitrarily, at will, in secret, without any of the decision-making becoming public,” Assange said. “That’s why we need organizations like WikiLeaks. I encourage anyone in the White House who has access to those rules and procedures, work them on over to us. We’ll keep you secret and reveal it to the public.”
Email accounts containing personal photos and correspondence from members of the Bush family, including both former U.S. presidents, were hacked last week, according to The Smoking gun blogsite: “In email exchanges with the person who claimed responsibility for the hack, the individual claimed to have swiped ‘a lot of stuff,’ including ‘interesting mails’ about George H.W. Bush’s recent hospitalization, ‘Bush 43,’ and other Bush family members.”
Former Congressman Ron Paul got himself in a bit of hot water last week when he tweeted this comment about former U.S. Navy SEAL Chris Kyle who was shot to death by a fellow vet suffering from PTSD. Rep. Paul later walked his comment back on his Facebook page.
Facebook was in the news when a former Los Angeles police officer who at the time of this writing was still eluding capture for allegedly shooting five and killing one police officer, left a 20-page manifesto on his Facebook page.