According to the average statist, "justice" involves preemptively hurting someone because their actions might possibly, theoretically hurt someone else in the future, maybe, according to someone else's opinion. Examples of this abound, but the issuing of speeding tickets is an excellent example. … Read this article
I am a libertarian, so I have several reasons for opposing Donald Trump's candidacy which may not be applicable to most conservatives, but there are also some very compelling reasons why consistent conservatives and "Tea Party Republicans" should oppose him as well. … Read this article
I support the passage of Idaho Senate Bill 1389 (SB 1389) for several reasons. It is not a perfect bill, but it is a step in the right direction and worth supporting because it will allow many Idahoans carry a concealed handgun within city limits without a license without facing negative legal repercussions. … Read this article
The world was saddened by the news of another mass shooting on Thursday, and the tale of a gunman shooting people in the head at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, quickly reignited the debate over concealed carry, campus carry, and the fundamental right to keep and bear arms. … Read this article
For those who don't know, the BATFE is working to ban common M855 ball ammo by claiming that it's "armor-piercing ammunition." I have two problems with this.
First, M855 is NOT armor-piercing.
Second, we should have unfettered access to armor-piercing ammunition as the fundamental purpose of the right to keep and bear arms is to kill tyrants—and they tend to have plenty of armor. … Read this article
The gun is an excellent defensive weapon because it is designed to kill individuals one at a time. As the lethality of a weapon increases (particularly as to how many individuals it is designed to kill at once) it becomes less suited to justifiable defensive use and more suited to the unjustifiable slaughter of innocents. … Read this article