Another Apparently Unjustified Police Shooting

This time in South Florida, where police armed with AR-15s (possibly the fully-automatic military versions of the weapons that are generally unavailable to civilians) engaged and wounded a special needs caregiver, Charles Kinsey, who was reportedly attempting to return his autistic patient/client to the facility from which he had strayed.  The patient, identified only as […]

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I Am a “Verbiage Nazi”

This is similar to a grammar Nazi, except in this case applied to the context of firearms-related discussions about their design, functions, and their use.  This form of linguistic prescription focuses more on the technical verbiage and its accurate employment.  I wish I did not have to resort to this tedious, and I have been […]

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Facebook Sued as a Terrorist Platform

In another example of the modern caricature of justice known as “jackpot justice,” a group of lawyers is now suing Facebook for $1 billion (!) for alleged providing a social media platform from which Palestinian terrorists were able to coordinate and subsequently execute violent attacks which killed four Americans and wounded another in Israel and […]

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Hillary Clinton is Most Qualified Presidential Candidate in History

This, according to a recent proclamation by President Barack Obama.  And it is not often I agree with the president, but in this case I most certainly do.  There simply is no one I can think of, at least in recent memory, who is a bigger liar, more corrupt, or more power drunk than Ms. […]

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Trump has Never Read the Constitution

This implied assertion, according to the Washington Post. If true, this should not surprise anyone, particularly since neither George W. Bush, Barack Obama, nor Hillary Clinton have read the treaty between the States either.  Indeed, neither has anyone in Congress.  Or, at least, they may have read it but they certainly paid/pay it no mind […]

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Two Wrongs Do Not Make a Right

Only correcting the wrongs can do that. In the aftermath of recent police shootings across the nation, perceived correctly or not as being unjustified, a few individuals reportedly attacked Dallas-area police officers and others yesterday with targeted sniper fire, killing five and wounding seven (as of this writing). As I have written before, perceptions of […]

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Another American Citizen Killed By an Agent of the State

This time in Louisiana.  Question for all the anti-gun types out there that are tired of the annual killings  ongoing by police in this country (now up to 505 at the time of this writing for 2016 already, more than double the deaths resulting from mass shootings this year by at least one accounting):  are […]

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