Rolling Stone Doesn’t Pitch a Hissy Fit About Armed Self-Defense. This Time . . .

Rolling Stone isn’t exactly a friend to civil liberties. Whether it’s running a hagiography of billionaire plutocrat Mike Bloomberg’s offensive against the rights to keep and bear arms, publishing pure invective against civil rights activists, or uncritically parroting extremist talking points about the so-called gun violence epidemic in America, it’s clear Rolling Stone’s no fan of guns. That’s why I […]

PA Suspends Law License of Bloomberg Ally AG Kane

Plutocrat Michael Bloomberg liked the style of Pennsylvania Democrat Kathleen Kane so much that he threw $250,000 at her 2012 campaign for Attorney-General. After she won election, Ms. Kane began paying off Bloomberg’s patronage, by going on a tear, restricting firearms license reciprocity with states such as Idaho and Utah and Florida, in part because […]

Did Dissenting Judge in Heller III Call Out Anti-Gun Studies as Biased?

The recent Heller III decision from the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals was not completely unanimous; Judge Karen LeCraft Henderson dissented from the decision authored by Judge Douglas Ginsburg, stating that she would have upheld all elements of the D.C. law as being constitutional. That’s not too surprising. Judge Henderson, who was appointed to the Court […]

Is Open Carry at a Polling Place Electioneering?

Is open carry an act of political advocacy? And if so, should it be restricted at polling places on election day? I thought about those questions as I was perusing the remarks left by the TTAG commentariat earlier today. In response to my article on the recent conviction of Alabama voter Robert Kennedy Jr. for openly carrying […]

Big Trouble in the Virgin Islands

It’s a safe bet that many Americans don’t know that the Caribbean island of St. Croix is actually American soil. Purchased from Denmark in 1917 along with St. Thomas, St. John, and a few other dots in the archipelago comprising the U.S. Virgin Islands, the island’s residents are U.S. citizens. Travel to and from the […]