Oh, the delicious, delicious irony...
Shouldn’t those security guards have peace signs instead? These libtard hypocrites..
Why doesn’t the newspaper declare their offices a Gun Free Zone and hold drills with all of the employees so that they know how to huddle in a corner and wait to be slaughtered. That’s what they want schoolchildren to do, but I guess that’s not good enough for them.
Same, old, boring libtune.,,We can dish it out but we shouldn’t have to take it.
Let’s hope they spend $150k+ and have to fire 2-4 reporters to compensate the newsroom budget. A-holes! You asked for it. Eat it, with some “navy gravy”!
I see. Guns are bad and evil, especially in the hands of private citizens. But guns are OK when in the hands of private... er... private... uh... How do you spell hypocrisy again, Caryn?
hahahahaha! O the irony!!!!
Will they be publishing the names of their employees who now own guns as a result of all of the death threats I’m sure they have received?
C’est à rire
It is to laugh...
Journal News reporter Dwight R. Worley owns a Smith & Wesson 686 .357 Magnum and has had a residence permit in New York City for that weapon since February 2011.
They’ll only be safe if their property is declared a gun-free zone.
The truly naïve notion is that the perfectly defenseless elementary school situation of a Sandy Hook, with its scary locked door and lines of beautiful floor-ceiling windows, can’t coexist in a country with completely porous borders, sleeper AQ cells, Gulan-style training camps in NY and PA, IRGC troops, Iraqi/Iranian/Palestinian/Egyptian ‘refugees, CAIR fanatics, and drug trunk lines from Central America through to Canada. Even someplace like Dayton, Ohio, apparently has over 200 gangs. Villainy lives within driving distance of most places now, unfortunately.
They don’t even know they’re hypocrites
The guards are ARMED.