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).
By: Mike McDaniel Progressives never cease trying to undermine the Second Amendment. One of their oldest tactics has been to sue firearm manufacturers whenever a lunatic misuses a firearm to injure or kill others. Fortunately, in 2005, Congress passed, and George W. Bush signed, the Protection of Lawful Commerce In Arms [Read More]
It’s an old-fashioned Bookworm Beat with news from all over, much of it heartening, because we’re living in Trump’s America. I’m enjoying living in Trump’s America. Good things are happening — and, with Wolf Howling’s help, I’ve got a collection of good things, interesting things, important things, silly things, and [Read More]
Several times I have heard the fact bandied about, that the Las Vegas shooter purchased guns in four states. Most recently, one talking head lamented the fact that there was not some sort of network where these different states could communicate with each other to identify these sorts of purchases. [Read More]