Of Bathrooms, Religion and Donald Trump

"Cognitive dissonance - Volume 2" Ok, conservative pro-gun folks, your turn. Yesterday, I had some things to say to my fellow liberals. I was sarcastic, possibly unkind, and invoked Godwin's Law in all but literally naming the psychopath with the mustache. Now, some...

Of Walls, Watch Lists and Donald Trump

"Cognitive Dissonance- Volume 1" A tragic event happened on Sunday.  Our friends and families were attacked and killed by a hateful man, bent on destruction for reasons still not entirely clear. But terrorism and homophobia are not mutually exclusive, so I'm not sure...

Peruta v City of San Diego

On June 9, 2016, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an en banc decision in Peruta v. San Diego finding, based on history and precedent, that “there is no Second Amendment right for members of the general public to carry concealed firearms in public.” Immediately, the NRA declared the decision to be outside the mainstream. The Peruta decision, however, follows at least four other Circuit court decisions that reached essentially the same conclusion. Unfortunately, this means the case is, in fact, well within the mainstream of modern court decisions.

That Guy at the Range

My Marlin had a seven round magazine, his Ruger a ten with a ten power scope as well. We pretty much swapped shots, settling into an unspoken rhythm. He sat on my right, so his brass flew away from us, and mine just plopped down. Paddle rang “pink” when we hit it.

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