A modest proposal on gun control

Why didn't I think of this? There is a way to give liberals what they want on gun control, while not infringing on any actual Second Amendment rights. Everybody wins! If they prefer to live in a fantasy world, pass gun control measures against imaginary guns. They can't tell the difference, anyway. Writing at PJ Media, Frank J. Fleming grasps the essential nature of the left's desires: ...the people most fervently for [gun control legislation] don't know anything about what they're trying to outlaw (or for that matter, human psychology, based on their frequent predictions that the wild west will break out wherever concealed carry is allowed). They hear "semi-automatic" and think "machine gun," and it's obvious that they don't even know what these gun bans do. So here's a great idea that should make everyone happy: Let's just pretend to pass gun control legislation. What we can do is pass a law banning a bunch of made-up things that sound scary, and many gun control proponents...(Read Full Post)