Let’s kick this off with a Catholic priest, now nicknamed “Monsignor Meth” who’s agreed to plead guilty to selling $300,000 worth of the drug in Waterbury, Conn. last year.
Heading south to suburban Pittsburgh, a handgun saved a man from a mugging (by 10-point buck) in a Walmart parking lot. What did the authorities think about the gunner’s self-defense acumen? Frankly, my deer, they didn’t give a damn. He bagged his prey but got charged — where’s Wayne LaPierre when you need him?
Moving below the Mason-Dixon Line, our next stop is the State Capitol in Nashville, Tenn. The Volunteer State is getting as weird as Florida, eh? Recall, this is the place where the legislature’s No. 1 gun-in-bars advocate was arrested and charged with DUI while packing. This week, a couple of other lawmakers were freaking out about a new, floor-level sink outside the Capitol men’s room. In a self-humiliating manner, they publicly fretted that it was for Muslims to wash their feet prior to prayer. Nope — it was a common mop sink.
From the left coast, Fox News castoff Sarah Palin has mobilized for the 2014 mid-term elections. Democrats everywhere are doing handstands in gratitude.
Meanwhile back east, World Net Daily Publisher Joe Farah dishes on why American churches are failing: they don’t teach gun classes, naturally.
Finally, there’s a conspiracy afoot in Alabama — to force the former law and order candidate for Agriculture commissioner to shoplift from Sam’s Club and Walmart. And it’s working. He’s been arrested twice.