Guns

Obama's Patriotic Boomerang

Okay, okay. Don't look now, but I'm rather sure I see some chickens coming home to roost. These, of course, are Barack Obama chickens, seemingly of a bitter Pennsylvanian church-clutching, gun-blasting bloodline. We all recall the flap over his taking off his flap pin, and explaining it away as a false symbol of true patriotism. But now he's donned another flag pin just in time to cover his political ghost his recent remarks about jobless gun-toting church-huggers scattered throughout America, and specifically, Pennsylvania where he is now trying to overtake Hillary Clinton for votes by these very same voters. Here...

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Neutralizing The Gun Grabbers

ERE IS WHAT LEADING gun rights advocates are saying about Alan Gottlieb's and Dave Workman's gripping new book—America Fights Back, Armed Self-Defense In A Violent Age. Inside America Fights Back, you'll discover the specific things you need to know to protect yourself from those who want to disarm you and make you easy prey for violent criminals and power hungry politicians. Don't be caught off guard. America Fights Back shares the things you must do now to protect your gun rights. (If this book is not already on your bookshelf...you need to get it there right away.) The only sure...


Challenging The DC Gun Law

he following essay was originally published by Robert A. Levy on February 19, 2003. The real news, however, is that the Supreme Court is finally about to rule on the case in the next few days. But, to tide us over in the meantime, here's the background story. Six District of Columbia residents want to be able to defend themselves in their own homes. To vindicate their rights, on Feb. 10 three local attorneys and I filed a civil lawsuit in a Washington, D.C. federal court. The litigation, Parker v. District of Columbia, will not be about machine guns and...


Lawyering the War To Death And The Rest Of Us Through Infernal Taxes

by Michael Barone—Creators Syndicate, Inc. awyering the war to death, and the rest of us through infernal taxes. "Never in the history of the United States had lawyers had such extraordinary influence over war policy as they did after 9/11." Those are the words of Jack Goldsmith, the Harvard law professor who was one of those lawyers, as head of the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel in 2003 and 2004. They appear in his book "The Terror Presidency," hailed as a criticism of the Bush administration's legal policies, which in part it is. Believing that some of his predecessor's...