Bill of Rights

Liberal Gatekeeper Doesn’t Need No Stinkin’ Bill-o-Rights

by Steve MacDonald August 31, 2016
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New York’s AG has decreed that donations to non-profits over $5,000.00 be made public. Myron Magnet, writing at City Journal, had some insightful thoughts on that, then closed with this. [James] Madison would not get the joke that the Constitution’s imagined “right to privacy” allows unrestricted abortion but doesn’t protect anonymous donations to those advocating […]

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Seriously, the Concord Monitor published a pro-Second Amendment LTE?

by Skip July 20, 2016

To set the stage: NH Constitution, articles 2A and 10: [Art.] 2-a. [The Bearing of Arms.] All persons have the right to keep and bear arms in defense of themselves, their families, their property and the state. [Art.] 10. [Right of Revolution.] Government being instituted for the common benefit, protection, and security, of the whole […]

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And we fought a War of Independence because of a government that used to do this?

by Skip July 3, 2016

Hey, Kelly Ayotte and Jeanne Shaheen, this is what you want our American Government  (and let’s add Frank Guinta and Annie Kuster to this as well as Speaker Ryan is bringing this to the House after it getting voted down in the Senate) to be like?  Yay, it’s just about Independence Day? No, no planes […]

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Left Wing Lunatics call for Repeal of 2nd Amendment

by Kimberly Morin October 2, 2015

Because you didn’t already think the left was filled with brain-dead pond algae, now you know.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Twelve-Fingered Founders

by Steve MacDonald December 27, 2014

Eugene Volokh recently remarked on the Twitter musings of progressive narrative mule Neil deGrasse Tyson.  Tyson wondered if a 12 fingered people would have proposed twelve amendments instead of ten?  Volokh countered that the ten-fingered peoples in the first congress did propose twelve, something Neil the elite luminary expert clearly did not know. “there actually […]

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NH Dems Sign Gun Control Letter That Quotes Fraudulent Data

by Steve MacDonald June 29, 2014
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Do you remember when the Bloomberg bus came to Concord, with some help from GraniteState Progress and the state Democrat Party?  They read the names of so-called victims of gun violence.  That list was dirty with the names of criminals and terrorists killed by law enforcement.  There were even the names of attackers shot by […]

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What ‘Was’ The Bill of Rights?

by Steve MacDonald November 19, 2013
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I’m not trying to read to far into question #9 on the worksheet below but  come on…. What was the Bill of Rights? It was a tourist attraction.  (Might still be, for all I know.) Jeesh.  You could at least make these difficult. Note: Worksheet courtesy of my daughters homework.

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“Obama wants to repeal the Bill of Rights – sign here to help us help him?”

by Skip July 11, 2013

Sheesh.  I think we may be going from LIVs to NIVs (Low Information Voters to NO Information Voters): “Mark Dice asks California beach goers if they’ll sign a petition showing support for Obama in his quest to repeal the Bill of Rights” You know I’m getting tired of this stuff when even *I* think I’m […]

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Government rules by sheer naked force…

by Susan Olsen February 26, 2013

Glenn Reynolds, Tennesse law professor, father of Instapundit, interviewed Russ Roberts, an economics professor at George Mason University, recently.  It’s a fairly lengthy (but very interesting) podcast and the talk shifted to discussion of a NY Slimes piece from last year on why the Constitution was really of little value to today’s hipster progressives.  To whet your […]

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Response to Nancy Parsons Questions about Objections to Obama’s Gun Control Policies

by Don January 23, 2013

Perhaps other people wonder about the questions in Nancy Parson’s letter of January 18, 2013 in the Laconia Daily Sun.  (See:  http://issuu.com/dailysun/docs/lds1-18-13 ) My beliefs are based on the following: True safety requires consideration of reality not wishes. If anyone is hurt during a crime, it should be the criminal not the intended victim.  Criminals will ignore […]

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