Here’s your dose of insanity for the day. Brian Jeffs and Nathan Nephew have just published a book extoling the virtues of open carry, and it’s aimed (sorry) at kids.
"Before writing this, we looked for pro-gun children's books and couldn't find any," say the authors, who, I can only guess, would be surprised to learn there aren’t any children’s books about parents carrying chainsaws or flame throwers, either.
Imagine the family sitting around the dinner table and Mother turns to her ten-year old daughter.
“I saw you with your nose in a book, Emily. What are you reading?”
“Oh, it’s a book about how cool it is to wear a gun to the mall.”
“A gun? At the mall?”
“Sure. Can I get one? Please, please, please? Cindy said her parents are getting her a gun that’s pink.”
Beyond the crazed content, the illustration on the cover looks like Ned Flanders’ family on vacation in Zombieland.