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Friday, November 4, 2011

More WI CCW Numbers

Data from the state Justice Department show that as of around 4 p.m. Friday, 20,476 applications had been submitted. Of those, 879 concealed carry licenses had been approved and roughly 793 had been printed.
Also, 117 applications were rejected. Agency spokeswoman Dana Brueck said applications can be rejected for a variety of reasons, including incomplete applicant data, insufficient training documentation or a missing payment.
Still waiting for mine.  So far (at least according to chatter on the Hometown forum on ARFCOM) it looks the only people that have received them so far are those that dropped them off by hand Tuesday morning.

Honey Badger Video



From AAC.

The Truth About TTAG

Weer'd makes some good points.  I personally stopped paying any attention to them when I noticed an overwhelming theme of cut and paste combined with forgetting to credit sources, along with refusing to acknowledge said sources, or remove material when called out on it.  The further drama a few months back only pounded the final nail in the proverbial coffin for me.

I can't help but wonder along with one of the commenters, why does Instapundit continue to regularly link to him, given these rather widely known facts?  Then again, maybe I just need to slam a Monster, get through this last two and a half hours of work, and crash... 

Castle Doctrine Passes Senate

But they tweaked it, so it has to go back to the Assembly. Still, it's progress.