Monthly Archives: January 2013

Weigh in on anti-gun protests

People who are marching against gun violence… are trying to persuade criminals and the mentally ill to stop shooting people. are trying to persuade law-abiding gun owners to be as defenseless as they are. are actually in line to buy … Continue reading

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Listening to Podcasts

If you ever watch me working, you will most likely see me with ear buds. I am not listening to music. I might be listening to talk radio. But it is most likely that I am listening to podcasts. Podcasts … Continue reading

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In our lifetime: losing freedom by the numbers

I am nearly finished with this book, Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe, 1944-1956, and I could not wait to endorse it. Although I was born at the end of the Baby Boom, in 1958, I still consider myself … Continue reading

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Is it time to buy a gun?

This is a pretty hot topic right now, and I revisit this idea in my own head periodically. That’s because I don’t own any firearms, even though I am a staunch defender of the 2nd Amendment. I am against a … Continue reading

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