If you believe we all sleep a little better at night knowing our military is overseas defending our freedoms against evil terrorists, I hope this video upsets your slumber a bit:
There may be some debate over what weapons this group of people were carrying, but there is no debate over what happened [...]
When can you trust the state? Never. It’s a hard lesson to learn, made even more terrible by circumstances beyond anyone’s control. Nearly five years after Hurricane Katrina, I still remember how cops manhandling an elderly woman and confiscating her gun — her only means of self-defense in a city [...]
So as the previous post hinted at, I am now part of a new collaborative project called The Libertarian Standard. For now it consists of a blog, but we plan eventually to expand our offerings to include in-depth articles and perhaps videos and podcasts. This exciting project brings together [...]
But I’m not sure it means what the Democrats think it means:
The penalty [for not carrying insurance as required by the new health care bill] is assessed through the Code and accounted for as an additional amount of Federal tax owed. However, it is not subject to the enforcement provisions of [...]
Well, they don’t have to share ideas. But I found a children’s television show, of all things, that demonstrated very clearly that copying an idea isn’t the same as stealing it.
My youngest daughter was watching Ni Hao, Kai-Lan on Nick Jr. tonight, and in one episode Kai-Lan [...]
Back after a week in the San Francisco Bay Area with the family, exploring parks and museums, visiting relatives, and generally having a good time.
As a visitor I could only experience the awesome nanny state that is California in very limited doses. It is unfathomable to me what it must be like to live [...]
I’m taking a break–planned this time! I will be on holiday with the family in California. We leave early tomorrow and will return the following Saturday. The chances are excellent you won’t see any updates during the next week.
After a near-eight-month hiatus, I don’t think an extra week will make much of a difference. [...]
I’ve read speculation in more than a few places around the blogosphere that the Supreme Court’s ruling in Heller, which struck down the District of Columbia’s ban on handguns, should lead to lower murder rates in the nation’s capital (and elsewhere, assuming similar bans can be successfully challenged).
Allow me to toss [...]
Sorry for the extended hiatus here; the last couple of months have not been conducive to making regular updates. I am reworking how I keep track of stories for the blog, which I’m hoping will make it easier for me to post nightly and not let the backlog pile up. I’ve saved off so many [...]
79. It’s for the children: the Colorado legislature considers a bill that would criminalize negligent storage of firearms.
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