The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Editorializing in Photo Captions

It's not clear where this caption came from, but it is highly inappropriate for a news agency to use such loaded terminology in a supposedly impartial news caption. (h/t Jay Tea)

A US airman with a machine gun in Indian Springs. Burglars in the United States could once sue homeowners if they were shot, but now a growing number of states have made it legal to shoot to kill when somebody breaks into a house(AFP/Getty Images/File/Ethan Millar)


For the record, before our judiciary was corrupted to the point that burglars could sue homeowners if they were shot, it was completely acceptable in this country to shoot to kill any intruder that posed a threat to your home or your property, and anyone who brought such a suit before the judiciary was made a laughingstock. Where else in the heck do you think that Admiral Yamamoto got that crazy idea of his that Americans were armed to the teeth from, anyway?

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