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L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: An Edict of My Own, From Flyover Country

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: An Edict of My Own, From Flyover Country

By L. Neil Smith Dannel P. Malloy, Democrat Governor of Connecticut is a criminal. This is not merely an opinion, it is a fact: a criminal, I recall, from Criminology 101 in college, a thousand years ago, is anyone who violates a written statute. The one Malloy is violating is the Second Amendment to the […]

CA gun laws back in crosshairs

CA gun laws back in crosshairs

By James Poulos . The Golden State’s strict approach to gun control has come under intense scrutiny in the wake of the San Bernardino shootings. Recent curbs on access to firearms and limitations on certain gun features appeared to have made little or no impact on the terrorists’ ability to obtain and use their arsenal. The closure of the […]

Concerning “Common Sense Gun Control”

Concerning “Common Sense Gun Control”

. . By Thomas L. Knapp Yes, I tire of constantly writing this kind of column. Presumably, you tire of reading this kind of column as well. But when the usual suspects (supporters of victim disarmament) break into their happy dance atop the latest pile of corpses to tout a fraudulently labeled cause (“common sense […]

Arbitration Isn’t The Problem

Arbitration Isn’t The Problem

  , By Thomas L. Knapp Jessica Silver-Greenberg and Robert Gebeloff of the New York Times claim to have discovered “a far-reaching power play orchestrated by American corporations” (“Arbitration Everywhere, Stacking the Deck of Justice,” October 31). They’re missing the forest for the trees. Arbitration is not the problem. Corporate preference for private arbitration instead […]

Gunning For Your Guns

Gunning For Your Guns

  . By Phil Erwin The bodies in Roseburg, Oregon weren’t even cold before Obama was on camera, berating the nation for allowing such violence to occur. The Law Professor, demonstrating just how ill-equipped he is to actually solve anything. Hillary jumped right onto his coattails, promising she’d fix things with an Executive Order, and […]

The Destruction of Gentlemen

The Destruction of Gentlemen

Sir Walter Raleigh was a God Send for women and not just the brand name of a tobacco. He was known to those of my generation as a gentleman to be copied and as this generation dies so will his fame. It is said that he laid down his cloak over a puddle so that […]

Administration preps new gun regulations (Without Congressional Approval)

Administration preps new gun regulations (Without Congressional Approval)

Pan Fascism: Mussolini was a Piker

Pan Fascism: Mussolini was a Piker

By Thomas L. Knapp California’s Senate unanimously approved a bill proffered by Sacramento Democrat Richard Pan on May 18. The bill “would allow so-called beer bikes to operate on streets, but leaves cities to decide if alcohol is allowed on board.” Why are “beer bikes” so important to Senator Pan? If you guessed “because he […]

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 […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Melissa Joan Hart Explains It All–No Guns for You

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Melissa Joan Hart Explains It All–No Guns for You

    By L.Neil Smith Life must be extremely frustrating for the former Vice president Albert Gore Junior — or “Algore”, as we’ve come to know and love him thanks to Rush Limbaugh and Scott Bieser. If you look back on the past few years, it seems every time he or one of his Gorbots […]

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