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"...we get menstrual cramps and childbearing hips; they get an earlier grave. For five extra years, it seems like a worthwhile tradeoff."
Or, to look at it another way, as man I'll feel better when I'm young; women will live a longer time as arthritic and dependent on others. Sorry to disagree, but I'm still gr...more
So, let's say I'm a terrorist on a limited budget with about $10,000 of mideast islamic oil money to spend on jihad in America. I know it's a stretch but humor me. My options...
I can buy an $8,000 printer and required polymer supplies to print out a gun good for firing six rounds...maybe.
Or, I can go to ...more
Congressional Republicans tried to get a bill passed to allow Presidential discretion in sequester cuts so as to mitigate the arbitrary nature of 'across the board cuts.' Obama's threat to veto such a bill is clear evidence that he and the Democrats were only interested in making the budget cuts as painful as possible ...more
So far all I'm seeing is a lot of smoke and mirrors...from Carnival and Rockefeller. And this article does nothing to clear up the confusion.
For example, I'm curious as to the nature of the aid that the Coast Guard provided; was it mostly just operating costs for escort/standby duty, something which taxpayers w...more
I'm old enough to remember when diversity began to be preached as the new hiring and management goal and then later saw this misguided concept crossover into society at large in the USA. Then as now, it's all about having people look different but think the same. At best, a false and totally meaningless diversity. At w...more
Jdad95, thanks for your correction concerning my use of the word inalienable.
As Michael Shaw, President of FreedomAdvocates.org notes in part: "Webster's 1828 dictionary defines unalienable as "not alienable; that cannot be alienated; that may not be transferred; as in unalienable rights" and inalienable as "ca...more
Really...2nd amendment validation of this freedom is dependent on membership in a militia?
That would be news the Virginia Law review, which said, "If you parse the Amendment, it quickly becomes obvious that the first half of the sentence is an absolute phrase (or ablative absolute) that does not modify or limit ...more
I don't have to haul out my "entire gun collection" each time I move. My Glock 27 sub-compact is easily transportable EVERYWHERE and if they can get the rest of my "collection" out of a 1,000 lb safe when I'm gone, more power to them!
My last reading of the constitution revealed no inalienable right to own a collie, a cell phone, or OTC cold medicine. It's amazing how easily democrats/liberals/progressives have shaped this debate to disparage law-abiding gun owners while ignoring the real problems afflicting our society: the breakdown of morals, eas...more
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