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There’s No Such Thing as an Illegal Knife

There’s No Such Thing as an Illegal Knife

    , By Thomas L. Knapp “Nationwide, knife laws vary in neighboring towns, counties, cities and states,” writes Jesse J. Holland for the Associated Press. “This mishmash makes it difficult for citizens to comply.” The AP’s interest in knife laws stems from the recent death, in police custody in Baltimore, of Freddie Gray. Police […]

Abolish the Second Amendment: We Don’t Need It–Part 2

Abolish the Second Amendment: We Don’t Need It–Part 2

[Despite his critics, order Servando still thinks that the Second Amendment must be abolished. You will find his first article on the subject HERE] In his famous 1929 painting The Treachery of Images, Belgian Surrealist painter Rene Magritte depicted a very realistic pipe, but added the paradoxical caption, “This is not a pipe.” Magritte’s point […]

Abolish the Second Amendment: We don’t need it

Abolish the Second Amendment: We don’t need it

By Servando Gonzalez The right of the people to keep and arm bears shall not be infringed. —Bumper sticker in New Mexico. I think that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution should be abolished, particularly the part that says, “The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.” Why […]

A hearty farewell to Piers Morgan

A hearty farewell to Piers Morgan

By L. Neil Smith I begin by confessing that I hadn’t heard of you until recently. I haven’t watched CNN for at least twenty years because I don’t want my  brain to shrivel down to the size of a walnut, and I don’t follow TV “celebrities”. I became aware of you when folks began e-mailing […]

California microstamping law to halt pistol sales in California?

California microstamping law to halt pistol sales in California?

By George Miller Back in 2007, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed a bill which mandates “microstamping” of gun serial numbers on casings of all cartridges fired  from all models of pistols sold after current certifications expire. On one hand, it would make it easier to trace criminal activity back to criminals.  There was also much opposition […]

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