Living in a Gun Control Fantasy World

by Steve Davis The people who steadfastly believe in gun control live in a fantasy world. A place no more real than Skittle-crapping unicorns, winged fairies and dope-smoking caterpillars. Pretending Alice in Wonderland is true doesn’t make it reality. Let us examine some of the most common gun control fables. The world would be a […]

The Elitism and Classism of Age-Specific Gun Control Laws

By Mark Houser There have been several recent efforts to impose gun control particularly on people between the ages of 18 and 21. Such restrictions were part of Washington state’s infamous Initiative 1639, and Senator Diane Feinstein is currently attempting to implement similar age-specific regulations nationwide through her Age 21 Act. There are obvious problems […]

The National Rifle Association Needs to Fix its Own Politics

By MarkPA NRA’s system for voting for members of its Board of Directors is “democratic” in the same sense as considered by the Founding Fathers in our constitutional system, i.e., a design that’s recognized as doomed to failure. Should NRA survive its current political troubles I advocate for a redesign of its electoral politics. As […]

Gun Review: Beretta 21A Bobcat 22 LR

By Terril James Hebert Being in front of and behind many a gun store counter has taught me that pocket pistols sell. Full-sized handguns and long guns simply don’t move quite like today’s pocket polymer .380s, single-stack 9mm’s, and .38 Special snub-nosed revolvers. The gun industry has consistently striven to put more power into as […]

No One Really Needs to Have a Pool in Their Yard

By Dr. Latebloomer In the news recently, was another celebrity toddler drowning. As horrible as that is, this tragedy was one of over 3500 unintentional drownings that occur yearly in the U.S. , not counting boating accidents. Skier Bode Miller‘s family experienced a similar heartache just last year. Why am I bringing up these horrible toddler deaths on […]

All Is Not Lost in California

By Yih-Chau Chang “Thus, what is of supreme importance in war is to attack the enemy’s strategy.” – Sun Tzu One might be forgiven to believe that the fight over the Second Amendment is all but lost here in California. In fact, this is a sentiment that is echoed almost universally, not only in the […]