Morning Shots | December 9, 2010

Thune would like us to stop, not START. (National Review) Such agreements should only be entered into after exhaustive scrutiny of the probable outcomes and the sure knowledge that we are not weakened as a nation.

Don’t shoot me, Dad. (Argus Leader) Another painful reminder that a gun is always loaded, must never be pointed at something you do not wish to shoot, and only needs a finger on the trigger the instant you acquire your target.

Hole in ground in need of more government money. (Rapid City Journal) Good idea or not-so-good idea, burying a lab in the old Homestake Mine does not remove it from the influence of above-ground economic realities.