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Brickbat: Quick on the Trigger

When an armed man entered the Faith City Mission in Amarillo, Texas, security guards took the man down and a student wrestled his gun away from him. Then police officers responding to a call of a hostage-taking entered the mission. At least on…

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The kids aren’t all right

At the White House meeting between President Trump and some of the survivors of the Parkland atrocity and their parents, a young man named Samuel Zeif, blinking back tears, asked “How is it that easy to buy… a weapon of war?” Zeif was referring to the much-maligned AR-15, specifically, a story about a teenager who was able to walk into a gun shop in Florida and purchase an AR without showing ID or undergoing any background check.

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You Can’t Mean It

Publisher’s Note: Today is the 72nd anniversary of Joe Sobran’s birth. Happy Birthday, Joe! Griffin Internet Syndicate, October 28, 2004 — I just got a message from a friend who nearly always disagrees with me. His disagreement usually takes the form of an irritable accusation: to wit, that I can’t really mean what I say. I know how he feels. It’s irrational, but we all tend to get angry when others disagree with us. That’s because we are so right that nobody in his right mind could honestly deny it, isn’t it? Accepting disagreement as sincere is one of the severe … Continue reading

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When Will Congress Investigate

The atmosphere in the United States regarding possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election is something like hysteria, with a real danger that bilateral relations might break down completely as a result. Indeed, a number of politicians and senior government officials have described the allegations that Moscow sought to influence the election results as an “act of war” with Congressman Jerold Nadler even declaring that it was similar to Pearl Harbor. Assuming that the indictment against 13 Russians and 3 Russian companies filed last week by Special Counsel Robert Mueller is accurate, the reported activity of the Internet Research Agency could … Continue reading

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