Last week, actor Matthew McConaughey stood before the cameras and proclaimed that millions of innocent Americans should lose their Second Amendment rights over something someone else did.
This makes about as much sense as telling me I can’t drive because someone else got into an accident, but that’s McConaughey’s argument.
In movies and TV, McConaughey has repeatedly glamourized the use of firearms, often as a necessary problem solver—you shoot a guy, problem solved.
McConaughey’s hypocrisy on this issue is even worse than that. After two decades of running around romanticizing guns, he stood in the White House briefing room and lectured the