Tag Archives: gun control

Duck and Cover Redux

Like most of us who grew up in the early 1960s, I remember the strange public safety drills we practiced at school.  The fire drill made sense.  At the sounding of three loud tones over the PA system, we’d line … Continue reading

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Resistance is (not) Futile

Much has been said about the failed attempt to pass the gun background check law through the Senate recently, but I’ll say some more things about it since it’s hardly an issue I can ignore — especially since I’m a … Continue reading

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The Court’s Hot Kiss of Death

Looking back on the new year thus far, I thought House members reading the Constitution was a nice touch, albeit political theater.  The document itself doesn’t bring tears to the eyes (not even John Boehner’s) like the Declaration of Independence. … Continue reading

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