December 4, 2016

Gun laws won’t stop violence, but do infringe the 2nd Amendment [KSL]

On Wednesday, Governor Cuomo of New York called for passage of the toughest gun laws in the country. But do more gun laws result in less violence?

Two take-aways from the Biden and Ryan debate

If you watched the VP debate on Thursday night, you saw a contentious and heated, policy heavy discussion. It was, for all intents and purposes, a draw, with neither candidate successfully walking away with the win, and by next week’s presidential debate, it will have already been forgotten.

When we look back, though, I think two things will stick out:

Round-up: Newsweek turns on Obama, and Romney’s Mormonism to play in the Convention?

This is a bird’s eye view of the race for the White House in the week before the Republican convention. Rasmussen find Romney up and Obama down, under-40 breaking for Romney, Newsweek turns on Obama while the Obama campaign fights internal strife, and Noonan asks: “If it had been a Republican vice presidential candidate who had made those gaffes…the subject today of the panel would be how stupid is this person, can this person possibly govern?”

Also, Romney’s Mormon faith and the opening prayer at the convention…

Thoughts on “Obama’s Wars” by Bob Woodward

I just finished “Obama’s Wars” by Bob Woodward. I don’t know that I feel ready to review a book by Woodward, but I do have some thoughts after reading it.

Never mind wise: is war on Libya even constitutional?

We’ve been at war with Libya for about a week. The question here is not whether we should be at war with Libya, but rather, does the President have the right to take us to war with Libya absent a provocation against the United States? Giving the power to go to war to Congress, the […]

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