Common Sense Legislation

Common Sense Legislation

Senate Democrats Renew Push to Allow Executive Branch Employees to Unilaterally Revoke Fundamental Rights.   That’s not how the actual headline reads, but it is 100% true.  The headline, from Politico, reads:  Senate Democrats Renew Push to Keep Terror Suspects From...
A “good reason” for the Supreme Court

A “good reason” for the Supreme Court

Two Days, two hits to concealed carry from federal appellate courts. Thursday the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled en banc that challenges to laws based upon the Second Amendment should be held to intermediate scrutiny, and that laws giving local law enforcement...
Another day, another D.C. gun law overturned

Another day, another D.C. gun law overturned

    Like Bull Connor who can’t stop trying to deny the civil rights of African-Americans, the DC city government seems compelled to violate the civil rights of all those in the district who wish to exercise their fundamental and Constitutionally guaranteed...
Why not freedom?

Why not freedom?

One side of the debate on the great Transsexual Bathroom Controversy of 2016 that is scarcely mentioned is the one that values maximum freedom. Freedom for transsexuals, and freedom for those who wish to choose who uses their bathrooms. All that need be done is allow...
Open corruption and collusion

Open corruption and collusion

“When buying and selling are controlled by legislation, the first thing to be bought and sold are legislators”  – P.J. O’Rourke It’s not often that government corruption is laid as bare as it was in December in Austin.  The city council there voted to increase...
Today is Victims of Communism Day

Today is Victims of Communism Day

“May Day began as a holiday for socialists and labor union activists, not just communists. But over time, the date was taken over by the Soviet Union and other communist regimes and used as a propaganda tool to prop up their regimes. I suggest that we instead...