Hopefully someone out there with more free time than myself is running background checks on the editor and staff so that they can dig up some embarrassing information on them.
How does a burglar NOT use this information to pick easier targets?
"As scarce as truth is, the supply has always been in excess of the demand."
Henry Wheeler Shaw
ďIím somewhat disappointed that more African Americans donít think for themselves and just go with whatever theyíre supposed to say and think."
- Dr. Benjamin Carson
"You may think that you are some kind of god to these people. But we both know what you really are."
"What's that? A criminal?"
"Worse. A politician."
Source: Under The Dome
Poor reading comprehension compounded by hyper-defensiveness could make for a difficult life. My thoughts go out to anyone suffering from this double-whammy.
This would not be a story if the newspaper stopped at "doing the footwork and put it all together."
This is clearly an example of a newspaper with an agenda. They are trying to score points in an imaginary "guns versus us" contest by trying to lead their readership into believing that their neighbors could plot the next Sandy Hook massacre.
It's dangerous; it's uncalled for; it's stupid.
Yes it is public information. Again, journalists, as the gatekeepers of information, have to decide what is the public benefit by a release of information. In this instance, they want their readers to think the way they do. Which is not a benefit to the public, but for the newspaper's ego.
Well well well....looks like the chickens......have come home......to roost.
Maybe they should just declare the office building a gun free zone, or get another law passed.....stupid bastards. I wonder if they will publish the names and addresses of the guards they hire to protect them
Fat, drunk and stupid is no way to go through life