Monthly Archives: April 2013

Typical One-Eighty — And He Nailed It, Folks

During the filibuster on the Senate floor on March 7th, Senator Rand Paul passionately stated: “I will speak as long as it takes, until the alarm is sounded from coast to coast that our Constitution is important, that your rights … Continue reading

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GITMO Logic

Kafkaesque logic: detainees have been deemed not a threat to US security, according to govt officials, and so have been “cleared” for release; BUT most are from Yemen and, apparently, we don’t trust Yemen’s citizenry, aside from the fact we … Continue reading

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The Real Reason of the 2nd Amendment

I wonder if sometimes we forget the larger context of the 2nd Amendment.  The 2nd Amendment is not simply a right for citizens to own guns so they can hunt or protect themselves.  Yes, that’s a part of it.  But … Continue reading

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