Reasonable restrictions and the terrorist watch list

As we all know, rights are subject to reasonable restrictions, particularly when the public interest and common good are at stake. So in order to ensure the security of our free state, there are several programs that must be extended immediately.   Daesh/ISIS...

Liberty Over Freedom

Guest Blog by Michael Bertsch Freedom is untidy; Liberty: less so. Rather than to establish “freedom,” The US Constitution secures for us and our posterity the “Blessings of Liberty.” I prefer liberty to freedom, and I’ll tell you why. My freedom to swing my...

Irrational Fear

On the heels of another kid getting shot by police for having a replica firearm, I figured it was time to revisit this. “Who is that guy over there?” “What is he doing?” “Should we call the police?” As it happens, nobody pictured above is breaking the law at the time...

They aren’t coming for your guns?

You know, the slippery slope argument gets invoked a great deal, and honestly, its not exactly resonating with anyone. It feels tired. I am not entirely sure what to do about that without getting a dog whistle out, but that’s not the point of today’s post....

Range Report – 11 Dec 2015

I’d forgotten how loud .357’s are indoors—made the concrete walls sing: boooonnng. I’d been to this range’s shop many times, but this was the first time shooting there. I’d been looking for a range closer than the one 40 minutes south,...
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