Interpol chief calls for an armed society
Reader Eric emailed me a story that is for some reason blocked by the spam filter, and it's good enough to merit its own posting. It's the Interpol chief's response to the terrorist shootings in Nairobi, Kenya. I can't cut and paste for some reason, but he asks if this were Denver or Texas, could terrorists have spent hours and days shooting people? This should make police worldwide question their views on gun control. We need to discuss the value of an armed citizenry now.
I just realized -- the Interpol head is Ron Noble, who was UnderSecretary of the Treasury for law enforcement under Clinton, and at least nominally headed up Treasury's review of the Waco tragedy. Looks like a battlefield conversion to me!