Monthly Archives: December 2014
This latest National Review column on police seems to make the case that people have no reason to be afraid of police. Sorry, but people really do have reasons.
Gun safety control proponents are more or less progressives who are in the same camp as leftists who accuse the police of misconduct and abuse due to racism, rather than flaws within the institution itself, particularly following the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri … Continue reading
I’m not one for throwing out conspiracy theories based on gut instinct, but the entire “The Interview” controversy smells like a rat.
If you have any doubts as to the true intentions of gun safety groups, a newly released video will put them to rest. Earlier this month, Sleeper 13 Productions released a PSA titled “Stop Gun Violence.” It needs to be seen … Continue reading
Why Power Doesn’t Corrupt There is the common adage that “power corrupts, and absolute power corrects absolutely” when discussing government and politics. First used by Lord Acton in a letter to Bishop Mandell Creighton in 1887, the saying is used … Continue reading