natural rights

So what is Mayor Bloomberg getting for his $50 million anti-gun campaigns?

by Skip April 21, 2014

You know, you just can’t make this up!  First he announces his new anti-gun umbrella organization, Everytown, and it immediately gets “repurposed” immediately on social media as Rick points out here.  One would think that for $50 Mil, somebody would have thought to secure that FB page (and at least the state level ones) and […]

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by Skip February 15, 2014

Just thought I’d opine on something that Grokster Ed had already brought up (had problems the ‘Net going up and down during the storm earlier in the week, so I’ve been rather silent last few days).  One of my Samsphere buddies, WTH, had an opinion that he had sent along  via email as well: The […]

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And so it begins……….

by Susan Olsen January 10, 2013

HB 135 – AS INTRODUCED 2013 SESSION 13-0281 04/09 HOUSE BILL 135 AN ACT relative to physical force in defense of a person and relative to the definition of non-deadly force. SPONSORS: Rep. Shurtleff, Merr 11 COMMITTEE: Criminal Justice and Public Safety ANALYSIS This bill: I. Eliminates the provision allowing a person to use deadly […]

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Has a REVOLVER. Shoots Intruder 5 times. Hits six times. He’s still moving. Know what the problem was?

by Skip January 7, 2013

“Revolvers are what the gun grabbers wish to reduce us to – if even that.” While the weak-kneed gun grabbers are all thinking that eliminating guns is the answer comes this story that should make themselves grovel in front of this lady; from Loganville, GA: A woman hiding in her attic with children shot an […]

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Notable Quote – Dr. Thomas L. Krannawiter

by Skip January 26, 2012

In the Progressive view, the ends of government cannot be limited to protecting natural rights, because nature supplies no rights, and positive rights created by government change over time. Thus limited government is replaced with government of unlimited power and scope, what some political scientists call the administrative state. Rejecting natural justice, the liberal mind […]

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