In a carefully-worded plea, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz posted a “request” on the company’s website: leave your guns at home, because the “presence of a weapon in our stores is unsettling and upsetting for many of our customers.”
On Wednesday, Rick Perry will be on his totally-not-political trip to a gun manufacturing plant located just 19.3 miles by car from Monday’s tragic Washington, D.C. Navy Yard shooting. Twelve Americans were shot to death by a mad gunman Monday morning.
They fought for gun rights, and we fought for gun regulation. We lost. Instead of giving up, let’s make a new plan. Let’s take on the fight for gun responsibility, beginning with liability insurance on every gun. Today Gun Responsibility is On Our Radar.
Starbucks has refused to invoke their legal right to ban firearms from their restaurants, and to thank them, gun owners across America are participating in today’s “Starbucks Appreciation Day” — by bringing their guns to Starbucks.
A small town Pennsylvania police chief who also sits on a local school board is making headlines for his profanity-laced hate speech videos in which he yells, “f*ck all you libtards” and shoots off several different automatic weapons.