I Sent an e-mail today

To a Derrick Jackson in response to an op-ed attributed to him in the Boston Globe.

Mr. Jackson,

Notwithstanding the level of hyperbole and silliness in your op-ed in the Boston Globe this morning; notwithstanding the irony inherent in citing the violence and crime in Chicago that is occurring despite the fact that, with the demise of DC’s restrictions, Chicago now has the most restrictive gun control laws in the country; notwithstanding the demonstrable fact that all of Chicago’s efforts to “take illegal handguns off the streets” have failed miserably, there was one accusation in your diatribe that stood head and shoulders above the rest.

I was wondering…could you please cite instances of the NRA’s “censoring of reasonable, thoughtful debate”?

Thank you.


Curtis Stone

Captain of a Crew of One

cc: blog post

I’ll let you know if I get a response. Needless to say, I’m not holding my breath.

In the Globe’s defense, at least they put the propaganda on the Editorial page this time instead of disguising it as “News”.


2 thoughts on “I Sent an e-mail today

  1. Please make sure you follow up on this, because that WOULD be interesting to know. I can cite instances of the anti-gun side doing exactly what he accuses the NRA of doing, starting with the Wheaton League of Women Voters "public forum" where they threatened to have police eject anyone who tried to speak.

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