Tagged: Guns

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Unalienable, Except for Those People

Last week, the 9th Circuit upheld a federal law prohibiting an undocumented immigrant to possess a firearm. The ruling in U.S. v. Torres went largely unnoticed among the politicos usually vocal about laws which restrict the right to bear arms

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Alleged Cop-Killer Captured Alive

Scott Michael Greene is still alive. Which is odd if we believe what we are told about policing, danger, and fear.

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You Can’t Carry That On Campus!

If you don’t like the idea of folks carrying a gun on campus, you can protest by carrying something else that might actually get you arrested.

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What Happened To Michael Brown Is Not Much In Dispute

The conventional wisdom at the moment about the shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri two weeks ago is that no one really knows what happened, and that the narratives conflict greatly depending on who you ask.

The conventional wisdom is bull.

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The Twilight of Our Candlelight Vigils

School shootings and rampage killings used to be moments of collective shock and horror, leading to long periods of national, cathartic mourning. Now they are either a quick ratings spectacle or a thing that gets mentioned briefly on a slow news day.

What the hell happened to us?

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Stopping the Shooter

Mad Rocket Scientist looks at the latest mass shooting, and it’s surprising conclusion.