Powder Nugent has been a anti-drug, anti-drinking evangelist since the 60s. I have never been a High Times reader so I will take your word that he was a druggie. While previously mentioned, I will say again, you made your point with his lack of military service. Ted absolutely dodged the draft and is now pro military. And many follow his every word. Point made. People can be hypocrites. (or forgiving) As to the insurance companies, you are right. There are a lot of anti 2nd Amendment organizations. And any one of them, that does not say "extenuating circumstances" in a case like this, has no honor. The guy saved an employee's life. That they will punish him for that is truly nauseating. The "he should be fired because of the employee handbook" attitude reminds me of the Ford Pinto debacle. Ford knew they had a problem. They decided that it would be cheaper to have to pay off a few families of victims that burned to death than to fix the problem on the cars they already built. It is another example of ignoring the right thing. The difference is that they were scum because of words on a memo instead of words in a handbook.