Today’s Gun Control Story: Law Abiding Citizen
|January 16, 2013||Posted by Anthony under Blog, General, gun control, Liberalism, Obama, politics, satire, Secular Humanism|
Some folks wonder what keeps me so busy… here’s one thing. I’m part of a community of authors producing short stories on a regular basis. These stories are often inspired by things I’ve been thinking about.
Today, completely coincidentally–honest!–I have released a short story called Law Abiding Citizen that ties in a bit with Obama’s gun control activities and more directly, the media’s treatment of such issues. And liberal hypocrisy in general, maybe. 🙂
You have to be a member to read it (or buy it from Kindle or Smashwords once it becomes available there) but free membership is available, although you must access it within 30 days of release to get it for free. Here is what you need:
by Anthony Horvath
What happens to a town when a man with a gun refuses to stop another man with a gun from killing people, just because it was against the law to bring the gun on school property?
Sheldon Knapp was caught in a photograph calling 9-11 with a gun in his hand, while a vicious gunman enters the school behind him. Initially regarded as a hero, the accolades turn into contempt, as people begin saying that he could have, and should have, done more.
Sheldon Knapp’s defense: He is a law abiding citizen.