What Gun for Aliens? Question of the Day

The military keeps encountering UFOs. Why doesn’t the Pentagon care? That’s the question posed by The Washington Post. Yes, the Post. Given the paper’s unremitting dedication to publishing stories that are factual in every detail, that can only mean one thing . . . They’re heeeeerrrrre! OK, the clip (not magazine) above marks the arrival of […]

.380 for Self-Defense? Question of the Day

I pocket carry a Ruger LCP II chambered in .380. “Some among my colleagues consider any pistol in 380Auto caliber to be inadequate for serious purposes,” gun guru John Farnam writes below, “and maybe they’re right.” Hang on; I carry my gun fun! But seriously folks, shot placement, shot placement, shot placement. And a .380 […]

NRA. Winning? Question of the Day

Gun control advocates aren’t triskaidekaphobes. They slavishly adhere to Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals rule number 13: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.” The target in question: the National Rifle Association . . . In the post-Parkland anti-gun hysteria, the NRA is the bad guy. Why? Because there has to be a […]

#ParentsPromiseToKids: What’s YOUR Promise to Your Children? Question of the Day

Thanks to social media and the enabling mainstream media, the Children’s Crusade Against Gun Rights continues apace. The latest mutation: #ParentsPromiseToKids. If you want to know how this “contract” came to be, newyorker.com is happy to oblige . . . Last week, in Parkland, Florida, after classes had resumed and news trucks had left, two sixteen-year-old […]