Tag: Second Amendment

[VIDEO] Elbert Guillory on Obama’s mission to disarm Americans in a dangerous world

I am not exaggerating when I say that I have been in love (in a political way) with Elbert Guillory ever since I first saw him back in mid-2013, when he was still ostensibly a Democrat. That feeling has never changed and, indeed, my deep and abiding respect for his

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The Bookworm Beat 1/4/2016 — the “I’ve got a secret” edition and open thread

I have sitting in front of me a piece of a very juicy story that’s happening in real-time — and I can’t do anything about it right now! Two things stop me: The first is that, as I said, I currently only have a piece, and I need more information

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The Bookworm Beat 12-17-15 — the “speed writing” edition

Are you familiar with speed chess? I learned about it when I was at Cal. Since I worked at the Bancroft Library, I had access to an employee break room. Every day at lunch, two men would sit there, chess board in front of them, timer at their side, and

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Obama’s speech highlights why it’s hard to have an intelligent political debate with Progressives

I found myself in conversation today with a Progressive who thought that Obama’s oval office address was just wonderful. “What did you like about it?” I asked him. “It was a very mature speech,” the Progressive replied, “and he said what I would have said.” Of course I asked, “What

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