You may have thought country music stars were uniformly pro-gun, but apparently you were mistaken. Tim McGraw, notable both in his own right and as husband of country queen Faith Hill, is doing a concert July 17 to benefit Sandy Hook Promise, a group formed by veteran anti-gunners after the Connecticut school massacre. The concert will feature will McGraw’s tour mates, Billy Currington and Chase Bryant, and special guests to be announced later.
Now it could be that McGraw has made the same mistake Jay Leno made, and taken on a gig without investigating the political implications. If that’s the case, then some noise from our side may warn him off. If he’s doing it because he agrees with SHP, country fans reading this may want to edit their playlists.
- The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) took the side of gun owners after it was uncovered that the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) had recently considered spying on gun shows.
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