The price that good men pay for indifference to public affairs is to be ruled by evil men. -- Plato

NC Restaurant Posts “No Guns” Sign and Then Gets Robbed at Gunpoint

Even while Michale Bloomberg’s anti-gun groups celebrate their “victory” in getting Chipotle to ban guns from their stores, a story out of Durham, NC reminds us why these so called “gun free zones” are actually doing more harm than good.

At 9pm on Sunday night the “The Pit Authentic Barbecue” in Durham was robbed at gunpoint when 3 masked men entered the restaurant through the back door.

From abc11.com,

DURHAM, N.C. (WTVD) –Police are searching for three suspects involved in an armed robbery at Durham’s newly-opened barbecue restaurant, The Pit, at 321 W. Geer Street.

"We kill people based on metadata" - ex-NSA Director

During a recent debate between Georgetown University Law Center professor David Cole and General Michael Hayden, concerning the National Security Agency’s bulk surveillance programs at Johns Hopkins University, General Hayden made the comments, "it is absolutely correct. We kill people based on metadata.”

Though immediately after realizing the gravity of the admission he had just made, he tries to qualify the statement to "But that’s not what we do with this metadata".

District attorney: police shoot stabbing suspect

SALISBURY, Mass. — The Essex District Attorney says police responding to a domestic violence call in Salisbury fatally shot a man armed with a knife and a machete when he threatened officers who couldn't disarm him.

District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett said the 29-year-old suspect allegedly had attacked and seriously injured a man and a woman before police arrived at the Cable Street location Thursday afternoon.

Blodgett said the man rammed a Salisbury police cruiser as he tried to flee, then got out and charged at the officers.

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