Superheroes Please Apply

Bill Whittle speaks to just how wrong the idea that “it takes a village” really is. Anybody got a shovel?

No One is Stopping Him

I’m a gun owner and I want gun control Currently sitting at 23,491 comments.  

Whither the Loyal Opposition?

Bill Whittle takes on a critical topic and asks why Republicans in leadership are nearly indistinguishable from those who are on the other side of the aisle.

Hillary on Guns, Money and Destroying the Fundamentals

The putative Democratic party candidate for the the presidency has spoken: “I think again we’re way out of balance. We’ve got to rein in what has become almost an article of faith that almost anybody can have a gun anywhere at any time. And I don’t believe that is in the best interest of the vast majority of people,” she said. “[B]ecome an article of faith”? I’d say that rather than being an article it was an amendment, part of the Constitution’s Bill of Rights. She also didn’t speak to the reality that she is accompanied, nay often surrounded, by….

This Land Is . . . . (part 1)

A very long time ago (as my children would put it) a fellow by the name of Woody Guthrie made a song rather popular. The song was “This Land is Your Land” and started with the following stanza: This land is your land This land is my land From California to the New York island; From the red wood forest to the Gulf Stream waters This land was made for you and me. While the song provided greater support for socialism than the private ownership of property, it struck a patriotic chord with many people who never got past the….

Lessons from the Bundy Affair

I’ve not written on the matter of cattle, the BLM, and the Bundys because I was not quite sure what to make of things — other than that it seemed rather heavy handed of the BLM. John Hinderaker takes it from there. Bottom line? In this post rule-of-law era in which we find ourselves, certain behaviors are desirable to the Obama administration and its backers. Raising cattle is not one of them. UPDATE P&R does a much better exposition of the matter than do I.