Walmart weirdly under the gun to stop selling guns
Walmart, the site of an El Paso, Texas, shooting that left at least 21 dead, is now facing concerted pressure to stop selling firearms a la Dick's Sporting Goods.
It makes no sense.
But on social media, it's a plea that sounds good that sounds caring and compassionate and as if people are Doing Something to stop the killing.
Dick's, as a brief reminder, announced back in March that it was going to quit selling guns in 125 of its 700 or so U.S. stores. That was after the comp...