09 August 2013

Anti-Gun Editor OUT of a Job!


I'm sure you all remember how the editor of NY's Rockland County Journal News thought it was cute to publish the names and addresses of area gun permit holders.  Well, that woman, Caryn McBride, is OUT of a job-yes!  I normally don't cheer over someone's job loss, even if I cannot stand them.  I've been out of a job before, and I can empathize with people in that situation.  However, there are certain people who deserve to lose their jobs, and that feminist bitch, Caryn McBride, is one of them.  Not only is she a feminist; she's anti-gun, which mean's she's anti Second Amendment; she's against God, our country, and its Constitution.  Karma's a bitch, Bitch!  Stand by for commentary from Yours Truly...


According to the Rockland Times, a competitor to the Gannett-owned Rockland County Journal News, editor Caryn McBride is among the casualties of a recent purge at the Journal News.
The report said 17 journalists were among a total of 26 staff members at the Journal News who were let go.

Yes!  It's nice to see karma visited upon those who truly deserve it, and it's nice to see it DURING our lifetime... :)

It was the Journal News that in 2012 published the names and addresses of all gun owners in Westchester and Rockland counties under the headline “Where are the gun permits in your neighborhood?”

Why did she think it was anyone ELSE'S business who had the gun permits in their neighborhood?  Better yet, why do we have gun permits at all?  Doesn't the Second Amendment say that "...the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall NOT be infringed."?   Isn't the requirement to obtain a permit to either own or carry a gun an infringement on one's Second Amendment right?

The Times said police reports showed McBride had called the Clarkstown Police Department to notify them of a flood of angry phone calls and letters the newspaper received after it published the map.

Aw, poor Little Missy can't take the heat, so she cries and moans about it-waaaahhh!  Little Missy, Harry Truman said that, if you can't take the heat, get out of the kitchen.  Even though you're a liberal, feminist, American hating woman; even though you've probably never been held to account for your actions (i.e. you've received the pussy pass for being a feminist and a woman); you should have had enough common sense to know that, after publishing the names and addresses of area gun owners, there would be a firestorm of controversy and anger over this-duh!  You do know that many Americans hold a dim view of anti-gun activists, don't you?

The Rockland editor said she felt threatened by the complaints, but local police didn’t believe there was a credible threat. McBride and other executives then decided to hire armed guards to protect their property, the Times reported, “causing an uproar due to the perceived hypocrisy of the avowed anti-gun editors hiring gun-toting men.”

That's probably because there was NEVER a credible threat.  Unlike liberal, anti-American, PC fascists like Caryn McBride, conservatives and libertarians don't engage in violent acts to carry out their aims.  If anyone doesn't believe me, just look at the Occupy Wall Street protesters or the government union protesters in Wisconsin last year in their budget showdown with Governor Scott Walker.

Also, like many others, I just LOVE the hypocrisy of Miss McBride and her staff who hired armed guards for protection; that is so rich!  On one hand, they decry gun ownership, yet they hire armed men to protect them.  The hypocrisy of women and feminists never cease to amaze me...

The layoffs were announced by the newspaper’s CEO, Janet Hasson.

What I ESPECIALLY love about this is that a fellow woman and feminist (redundant?) fired her-ha!

The fallout from the decision to publish the names and addresses of gun-permit holders continued for weeks.

Gee, I wonder why?  I mean, these sanctimonious pricks only took active actions against gun owners-people who are exercising their RIGHT to keep and bear arms!

Two months ago, the White Plains-based newspaper admitted that the information it published was badly outdated. The paper acknowledged many people had a dot on their house, indicating there was a gun permit at that address, even though they didn’t own a gun.

You see, THIS is why I am skeptical of anything and everything the news media say.  Here, they admitted to using old, inaccurate information!  Why does anyone take them seriously anymore?  These same, sanctimonious pricks wonder WHY their readership, circulation, and most crucially, their advertising revenues, are dropping-incredible...

For example, The New York Times recently announced its sale of The Boston Globe for a 93% LOSS!  That's right; after paying $1.1 billion for the Globe in 1993, the Times sold The Boston Globe for a mere $70 million.  Also, The Washington Post was recently sold to Jeff Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon.com, for $250 million; keep in mind that The Washington Post had been valued in the BILLIONS of dollars not so long ago...

The responses to the publication included the publication of a map showing “Where are the Journal News employees in your neighborhood?” The Times said a Clarkstown police report confirmed that armed security guards were hired for the Journal News.

Hah, turnabout is fair play!  I remember how Caryn McBride and her staff were crying like stuck pigs after this happened.  It was all right for them to print the names and addresses of area gun owners, yet it wasn't all right to have the same thing done to them.  Again, the HYPOCRISY of these people NEVER ceases to amaze me...

The Times also reported that shortly after the publication of the map, authorities said burglars entered the home of one of the gun owners identified by the newspaper, and a gun safe that was on the premises was damaged in a robbery attempt.

There were actually numerous instances of this happening, because I heard it reported in the local media.  Since I'm in NJ, we receive newspapers and broadcasts (both TV & radio) from NYC and its surrounding environs; that would consist of NY state suburbs like Westchester, Rockland, and Putnam Counties for you low information voters out there.  Anyway, there were numerous stories like this.  Of course, area police chiefs denied any linkage between the stories and the attempted burglaries of gun owners.  Even so, outside of the NYC/Tri-State area, this facet of the story (i.e. the attempted burglaries of gun owners in the wake of the article) received little, if any, coverage...


Folks, as I often say, I CANNOT make this up.  Have a good day now...



Anonymous said...

Well, enjoy this minor victory. In a few years the Democratic super-majority the Republicans helped import will gut the Second Amendment (and the First, too). Possibly in as little as 5 years. Certainly 10. Open borders is the only thing that really matters.

MarkyMark said...


I hate to break it to you, but the Second Amendment was ALREADY gutted! How and when? Back when the Brady Bill became law. What's the Brady Law?

It's the law that started background checks in the 1990s. If you'll remember, the Democrats passed the assault weapons ban and were proposing other, more draconian gun controls. They relented on these if the GOP would just go along with the background check; who could have a problem with a background check?

Before I continue, this was first instituted in the form of a waiting period. Then, they figured out how to do instant checks. Again, who could object to a background check? After all, we're just trying to stop criminals from buying a gun.

Actually, the background check guts the Second Amendment. How? It's quite simple, really. What it amounts to is asking PERMISSION to buy a gun! Well, if you have to ask permission to do anything, then you do not have the RIGHT to do that thing; if you did, you wouldn't need permission now, would you? Ergo, the Second Amendment has already been gutted, and it's been gutted for years. The only problem is mot gun owners don't realize this...


Anonymous said...

America is done. That much is obvious. The assault in the American citizen is now raging at full force. "Data brokers" are commoditizing your life. The government is de-legislating your rights and liberties. Liberal front organizations are re-engineering your social environment and culture.

Your choices at this point are to run for the hills or expat to a country far enough behind in the process that you can ride out your life span before they too succumb to the new age of Gattica Americana.

MarkyMark said...

Yeah, but what country(ies) would be far enough behind to ride out the rest of your life before they too succumb to what's happening here?

Anonymous said...

Probably many or most South American or African countries. And yes, I'm aware there's a trade-off to be made.

There is always the option to stay and fight and see what's left after the collapse.

Anonymous said...

Mark; sometime when you get the chance, can you check your blogger settings? Lately, when I try to access your blog, about half the time I'm met with the blogger log on page? This is the first time in a week since I've been able to access your blog, and that's usually about the same amount of time every time that it happens. And it does no good to try and sign in to your account, because it then indicates that you're not an invited guest to view the blog. You're probably missing out on a lot of hits as a result?

Oh, and 22:21 nailed it.

Mark said...

Great article.I have a question for you.Have you seen Christopher In Oregon lately?....do you know where he is posting these days? The last posts that I have seen of his were at HappyBachelors.I miss his insight.Also,have you seen this?.Total garbage.Thanks.


Anonymous said...

Manboobz, a last ditch effort to stop men from defending themselves against vicious misandry.

Remember: First they ignore you; then they laugh at you; then they fight you; then you win.

They are fighting us,and they were still ignoring us around 5 years ago. Things are moving fast. Good job, gentlemen.

Anonymous age 71

Anonymous said...

Hey, you're back! Excellent.

I agree that someone's job loss is not normally something to celebrate. But in this case it completely serves her right--on several different levels, it sounds like. I had not been very familiar with anything about her except the publishing addresses fiasco, but taking a feminazi's podium away is always a good thing in my book.

Of course the the burglaries were connected (and of course the police denied it). Guns are valuables just like electronics or jewelry. I would not take kindly to mine being "advertised," either. On a similar note, what's with all the bumper stickers lately with either gun manufacturers' logos, or cutesy pro-gun statements? I agree with where they're coming from, but plastering it all over your vehicle is HORRID OpSec. You might as well put on a sticker that says, "BREAK INTO THIS VEHICLE WHILE IT'S UNATTENDED! FREE GUN INSIDE!" Personally, I'd rather keep my element of surprise and let any assailant be caught unawares by the sudden case of lead poisoning.


Anonymous said...


"What I ESPECIALLY love about this is that a fellow woman and feminist (redundant?) fired her-ha!"

Yes, that part is brilliant.

But you know that's not ALWAYS redundant...there are a few of us dinosaurs (or perhaps we are more evolved than the fembots?) out there. :)


MarkyMark said...


I LOVE your comment about surprising thieves and assholes with lead poisoning-ha! Also agree on the bad opsec of sporting certain bumper stickers, regardless of how much we may agree with the sentiments voiced thereon...


disurptr said...

Mark, I agree that it was one of the most unintelligent decisions ever by a news paper but I'd like to point out the following things: First off, while you titled the paper "Rockland Journal News" it is in fact printed in Westchester, and an off shoot of the Westchester Journal News. Secondly, I wouldn't cry to much about content, because the Rockland Journal news arrives at my parents house and is technically about 10 pages total, including sports and the half page of classified ads. Needless to say, I don't see how or why they keep printing a rockland edition, let alone cover it.