I found this story this morning in the Toronto Star. A pro-gun journalist who writes a column for Guns & Ammo magazine was fired after writing an article titled 'Let's Talk Limits.'
In the article he states his belief that 'constitutional rights are regulated' and summed it up stating that a requirement of sixteen hours of training to qualify for a concealed weapon carry license was not an infringement of constitutional rights.
Speaking as someone who is a supporter of strong gun control, I find it unfortunate that the magazine won't allow a moderate opinion that simply proposes reasonable precautions around ownership of weapons.
Is this an infringement of free speech or does the magazine have a right to terminate the employment of a person whose opinion differs from that of the employer?
I'd also be really interested to hear from anyone who opposed Robertson being suspended from A&E's Duck Dynasty but would support the decision of Guns &Ammo to terminate Metcalf's employment.