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Tag Archive: scapegoating

Jan 15 2013

NRA’s scapegoating tactics: an attempt to clear the deck for THEIR video game?

NRA Practice Range for iOS screenshot

In a move I can only characterize as rank unvarnished hypocrisy, the National Rifle Association has just released a gun range game where you can shoot at “coffin-shaped” human silhouette targets. The ink isn’t even dry on reporters’ dutiful relaying of the NRA’s last attempt to blame video games for the Sandy Hook shooting, and …

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Jan 05 2013

A good old fashioned book burning, updated for the modern age.

Thirty miles south of Newtown, Connecticut, in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting, a tiny township called Southington is preparing to deal with the aftermath of said shooting and end the scourge of violence among youths by… you guessed it… amassing, destroying and burning violent video games. Following the shooting, Southington School superintendent Joe …

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