By: Mike McDaniel A great deal of progress has been made in the vindication of the fundamental, inalienable right to keep and bear arms affirmed by the Second Amendment. For much of the life of the republic, it was a second class right of undetermined application, until, that is, District of Columbia v. Heller (2008) and McDonald v. City of Chicago (2010).
It’s all here: Making Proggies admit they want to repeal the Second Amendment, revealing their simplistic thinking, and questioning transgender treatment. Facing the silly Proggies on Facebook. I always avoid my real-me Facebook page in the days after a much-publicized shooting (the media is drawn to shootings involving white kids [Read More]
I’ve been working today, so blogging is a challenge. I did get out a tweet, though: Why are corporations playing to gun grabbers when it harms their business? Because today's executives, unlike past bosses who worked their way up from the mail room, all went straight from college to corporate [Read More]