Dick's Sporting Good Keeps Digging

Dick's Sporting Goods Destroys Guns The stupidity of knee-jerk reactions and how people will double down on them is amazing. A case in point is this story.

The first law of holes, sometimes attributed to cowboy philosopher Will Rogers, suggests, “If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.” In other words, don’t make a bad decision worse by expanding it, with the hope that you will eventually extricate yourself. The hole will just get deeper. Somebody may want to mention this to Dick’s Sporting Goods.

Why Your Dog is So Happy to See You

Why dogs love their humans There is nothing better than coming home and having your dog so happy to see you.

But did you know that according to a recent study performed by canine researchers at Emory University — your dog isn’t just happy to see you when you get home.

It’s a scientific fact that they’re downright thrilled.

What The NRA Also Spends its Money On

What the NRA Spends Their Money On The National Rifle Association has over the years drastically increased the funding to schools. According to the findings of an Associated Press analysis of their tax records, over 500 schools country wide have received more than $7.3 million from 2010 to 2016. This revelation comes amid heated national debate over gun control and violence in schools.

California is the largest beneficiary of the grants, receiving over $1million. Florida was a close second. While some states received dozens of grants, some states did not receive the NRA grants. Massachusetts, a state known for their strict gun laws, did not receive any grants.

Outback Steakhouse: No Rights, Just Rules

Outback restaurant disrespects the Second Amendment Be warned: Your Second Amendment rights end when you cross the threshold of an Outback Steakhouse. Further, your state-issued license to carry a firearm for lawful purposes is null and void in an Outback Steakhouse. Outback Steakhouse is a gun-free-zone.

If you carry a firearm into an Outback Steakhouse you can be charged with trespass. In Florida, trespass with a firearm is felony and you could lose your right to own a firearm, forever -- just because you enter an Outback Steakhouse.


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