It’s Not About Hunting
“I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness, nor the arrow for its swiftness, nor the warrior for his glory, and might I add, nor the bullet for its swift precision. I love only that which they defend.” – J.R.R. Tolkien The gun-control debate is once again on the front burner, as always, following a tragic media-gasm. Diane Feinstein is back to calling | Read More »
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Coats-like gun skeletons in the closet, Dem-o-Bats walking the Earth
Dan Coats, borne arms and repealing ObamaDems Questions from a conservative to self-identified gun rights advocates This Reagan-Bork conservative since 2000 believes that our Creator-endowed unalienable rights includes the individual right to own and bear arms to defend ourselves, our families, our homes, our businesses and Liberty itself. Judge Laurence Silberman’s majority opinion in D.C. vs. Heller articulating this right was persuasive in striking down the | Read More »
More Citizens With Guns & Less Crime … A Coincidence?
This from the latest NRA newsletter: = = = FBI Reports Huge Decrease In Murders As Firearm, Ammunition And “Large” Magazine Sales Soar Last week, the FBI issued its preliminary 2009 crime report, showing that the number of murders in the first half of 2009 decreased 10 percent compared to the first half of 2008. If the trend holds for the remainder of 2009, it | Read More »
Second Circuit: Second Amendment Doesn’t Apply To The States Unless The Supreme Court Tells Us Otherwise
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the federal appeals court sitting in Manhattan, rejected this morning a legal challenge by an attorney convicted on Long Island of possession of nunchaku, or chuka sticks, who argued that the Second Amendment protects his right to bear these traditional Okinawan weapons. The court’s decision, however, did not address whether the Second Amendment protects a | Read More »