Posts Tagged: 2nd Amendment

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From your Facebook passwords to Section 8 housing… why Barack Obama should be impeached for dismantling the very Constitution he swore to preserve, protect and defend.

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We all know that Barack Obama was a Constitutional Law professor at the University of Chicago. He spent more than a decade lecturing on what is possibly the greatest document ever written by men. Later, when elected to the Senate and then the White House he swore to defend that same Constitution. Despite all of… Read more »

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In defense of the slippery slope argument…

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Liberals constantly decry conservatives’ slippery slope arguments against their progressive legislation as simply red herrings. Their refrain is usually “Don’t be absurd, no one’s trying to do _____ (insert the relevant slippery slope argument here).” They suggest that such an argument is mere hyperbole and conservatives are introducing ideas no one wants. As usual, the… Read more »

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Time To Register Books And Put Reasonable Restrictions On The 1st Amendment [Reader Post]

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President Obama and his progressive allies have recently told us that even the most draconian of gun laws must be passed because “If we save even one life from gun violence, it’s worth it.” While that’s an amazingly ignorant, infantile, and even downright silly statement, it does neatly sum up a nanny-state philosophy that is… Read more »

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Life imitates art… Liberals see the world as they imagine it is, not how it actually is

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I’ve always been a fan of Van Gogh’s paintings. I similarly like Renoir, and Seurat. Although I like some of Picasso’s early work, most of it I find a bit odd. My favorite artist however is William Adolphe Bouguereau, a 19th century French artist whose works are the polar opposite of the impressionists, literally. From the… Read more »

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Finally, a Sensible Gun Control Solution [Reader Post]

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I’ve intentionally avoided this topic since it seems almost every possible angle has been explored, and everyone has some solution that will leave one side angry and for the most part, the other side unsatisfied. What nobody seems to be looking at is a real solution, that can only be found if we strip away… Read more »

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The Myth of Campus Concealed Carry

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Because liberal gun control advocates can’t point to facts to sustain their arguments, they resort to strawman or broad arguments to support their cause like, “Some students in open discussions have expressed paranoia that anyone on a college campus could potentially possess a deadly weapon.” A plane could “potentially” crash into TSU stadium during homecoming,… Read more »

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Obama and the Gun Rights Gamble

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I’m a staunch gun rights advocate. I love guns. I own many guns. Besides Basic Training, where I believe I was issued a rifle with a bent front sight post, I’ve scored expert on every single weapons range I’ve been on from 9mm pistol to M60 machine gun, including the grenade throwing range. Recently, I’ve… Read more »

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Editorial Ignorance

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The Northwestern.com is a Gannett-owned media company based out of Wisconsin. Because Gannett is such a large media conglomerate, it’s important to call them out on their ignorance and stupidity. They have the potential to influence a lot of people who don’t know better, so they must be corrected. Please allow me to educate a clueless editorial board

Heller: One Vote Away From Revolution [Reader Post]

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The tyranny of the liberals was almost complete. One more vote and they would be confiscating our guns. After that, they could have done whatever they wanted and an unarmed population of sheep could have done nothing about it. Five Justices, in the starkest display yet of the importance of presidential elections, saved a Constitutional… Read more »