Urbin Report

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Interesting news

Glenn Reynolds writes about a NPR story that says firearm ownership after Hurricane Katrina is up, both by law abiding citizens and law enforcement.
He posts an email from instapundit reader Sean Malloy reaction to another NPR story from years back:

In 1999 or so, NPR ran a story about an armed gang of about 30 men in Bosnia rounding up all the military-aged men/boys in a village and executing them in their village square. About 300 were killed.

The thought "it would take a whole lot more than 30 men to kill 300 villagers in an armed society" occurred to me, and I joined the NRA that evening.

NPR execs would have puppies if they knew.


Like Mr. Reynolds, I like puppies.