Oh this is brilliant. Flushing out the freaking raging hypocrisy of the left wing anti gun crowd. " Being publicly identified as to whether or not you are a gun owner is fine for thee but not me. That is the attitude of many newspaper editors and journalists as was revealed in a video produced by Project Veritas. Here is the Project Veritas explanation of what happened: Posing as "Citizens Against Senseless Violence," we visit the homes of journalists working for Westchester Journal News, MSNBC, and the Star-Ledger. We also visited the home of Eric Holder. None will take our signs that say "THIS HOME IS PROUDLY GUN FREE." And this will just kill you. Three of the homes had armed guards. Guns for me but not for thee truly is the new motto. Columnist Bob Braun of the New Jersey Star Ledger was refreshingly honest in his hypocrisy for refusing the lawn sign: I agree with you and I am on your side on this, but I'm just wondering if that's not an invitation to somebody with a gun. A visit to the home of MSNBC's Touré yields this hilariously confused response before he can come up with an explanation for his refusal: Um... I mean... Uh... I mean... You know... I mean... I mean, uh, you know that I'd have to talk to my neighbors... Note that three of the homes visited had armed guards. So guns are bad...except when privileged members of the media need them for protection. Also being publicly identified as to the state of gun ownership is not such a hot idea when it applies to them. Journalists Refuse Yard Signs That Say 'This Home Is Proudly Gun Free' | NewsBusters Video at link. I love these guys!