Social Justice For Dummies

Many who champion government involvement in people’s lives and decisions purport to do so to protect the weak, the disadvantaged, the oppressed, the less “privileged,” and the more vulnerable members of society. That last category was illuminated by...

Cabaret, Oh Cabaret!

New York City has finally repealed its 91 year old, Jazz Age Cabaret law. The fight over the 23 skidoo goes on, vodeodo‘s specter infiltrates unchecked across the “isle of Manhatto” in its subtle wiles, but the Charleston is now free to come up from...

Gun Rights Lesson #202 – Too Easy To Buy

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is one of a series of articles on gun rights. Each addresses a common anti-gun trope. “It’s too easy to buy an assault weapon!” Consider how you would feel if someone complained “It’s too easy to buy a...