Mass Shootings: Hispanics and Blacks Are the Most Worried

Just in time for Jesus’ birthday celebrations, Quinnipiac University pollsters asked their survey sample if the “Merry Christmas” vs. “Happy Holidays” debate was a real issue or “made up for political purposes.” Seventy-six percent consider the Xmas salutation kerfuffle B.S. So now you know. And then they turned to guns, obviously . . . If […]

Retired Air Force Colonel Dean L. Winslow: The Senate Armed Services Committee Spiked My Career After I Called for Gun Control

True story! Retired Air Force Colonel Dean L. Winslow was the aspiring Assistant Secretary of Defense for eadsealth Affairs. Testifying in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee at his confirmation hearing, Col. Wilson felt compelled — compelled I tell you! — to express his support for gun control. Writing for the unrelentingly anti-gun rights Col. Wilson […]

Countering Gun Control Advocates’ “No Right is Absolute” Argument

Underneath yesterday’s post National Concealed Carry Reciprocity is Unconstitutional! Or Not . . . , TTAG commentator Big Bill writes “There is no such thing as an absolute right. Can you yell ‘FIRE!’ in a crowded theater? Even with the first amendment?” It’s an argument gun control advocates trot-out from time-to-time to counter the Second Amendment’s […]