When Newspapers Attack. Part 2.

by militialaw on December 30, 2012

After disclosing the identities of handgun owners in two counties of New York, the paper has decided to publish another county’s list of handgun owners.

But when patriots post the same info about associates of the newspaper, Howard Good, a journalism professor (possibly the worse kind of human) calls it “childish and petulant.”

How is this for childish and petulant, dear professor:

Howard A Good
155 Upper Grand St
Highland, NY 12528-1048
(845) 691-7649

One thought on “When Newspapers Attack. Part 2.

  1. Anon E. Mouse says:

    For the edification of any enterprising individuals who may have used the published maps to liberate weapons from their legal owners, the mid-career salary at SUNY New Paltz is $71,700.

    Welcome to the Law of Unintended Consequences, perfesser!

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