Tomi Lahren Twitter Backlash Demonstrates America’s Hypocrisy

There are few things as mind-boggling as the double-standard set forth by liberal elitists. The sanctimony with which they acquit themselves never ceases to amaze and appall. Case in point: the hypocritical attitude they have when it comes to Americans' Second Amendment right to bear arms. The latest example of this hypocrisy is, perhaps, the … Continue reading Tomi Lahren Twitter Backlash Demonstrates America’s Hypocrisy

Trump’s Military Spending Bill is the Future of Cyber Defense

When the Senate passed the the National Defense Authorization Act in November of 2017, it was unclear whether President Donald Trump would sign off on the bill. There had already been significant differences between the House and Senate versions of the critical compromise defense policy bill before the final draft was passed by the House. One … Continue reading Trump’s Military Spending Bill is the Future of Cyber Defense

The Fourteen Eyes & More… Why Americans Need to Provide Their Own Privacy

When synthpop sensation Rockwell released the hit single “Somebody's Watching Me” in 1984, it's unlikely that the paranoia he was singing about concerned government surveillance. Nevertheless, the 30-year old pop anthem remains relevant today because it speaks to the feeling that so many of us have. Indeed, it no longer seems cuckoo to say that … Continue reading The Fourteen Eyes & More… Why Americans Need to Provide Their Own Privacy

People Are Decent, Even Online

The Government Tries to Buy Guns Illegally, and Fails The anti-gun lobby’s use of skewed, misleading, or simply incorrect statistics has long been noted. Whether it is inflating the number of people killed in mass shooting events, or claiming that suppressors allow silent killing, those of us on the conservative right have learned to distrust … Continue reading People Are Decent, Even Online

The US Confirms it Has a Microwave Weapon, But We Should Concentrate on Cyber Warfare

This week, the US military confirmed a rumor that has been around for quite a few years: that they have a microwave weapon designed to knock out the electronic systems of guided missiles. The weapons are known as CHAMPS, and have a range of some 700 miles. They are delivered by B-52 bombers, and use … Continue reading The US Confirms it Has a Microwave Weapon, But We Should Concentrate on Cyber Warfare

The World Condemns Trump For Exacerbating Conflicts, But They Are Good For The American Economy

This week, President Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Governments around the world were quick to condemn the unilateral decision, with Saudi Arabia particularly vehement in its criticism of the "unjustified and irresponsible" move. The fear is that the decision threatens to undermine the Peace Process between Israel and Palestine, and that this … Continue reading The World Condemns Trump For Exacerbating Conflicts, But They Are Good For The American Economy

Why Cops Don’t Like Smart Guns

A “smart gun” is a weapon that requires the shooter to identify themselves before firing. This is not a new idea, and every month a new smart gun is released that promises to fix the problems of the last generation. As with any new technology, if smart guns are to be successful, their adoption will … Continue reading Why Cops Don’t Like Smart Guns

Why the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act is So Important

In January of this year, North Carolina Rep. Richard Hudson introduced his national reciprocity bill, a piece of legislation which would enable people with a state-issued concealed carry license to conceal a handgun in any other state that permits concealed carry, so long as the licensed individual complies with the other state's gun laws. Texas … Continue reading Why the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act is So Important

Myth vs. Reality in the Gun Debate Today

I’m an open-minded observer of our great political process, and have voted both Republican and Democrat in the past. I feel strongly about a variety of issues, but I am also willing to listen to reasoned debate on them. As long as I feel my opponent has understood the issues at hand, and has taken … Continue reading Myth vs. Reality in the Gun Debate Today

Second Amendment Rights Under Fire After Charlottesville

After White Nationalists and their counterparts caused violence to erupt in Charlottesville, Virginia back in August, Americans witnessed a very odd occurrence. Suddenly, Virginia bureaucrats sought to impinge on our constitutional right to bear arms. First, Va governor Terry McAuliffe very publicly and very falsely alleged that “eighty percent of the people here had semiautomatic … Continue reading Second Amendment Rights Under Fire After Charlottesville

Can We Say Goodbye to Obama’s Absurd “Overtime” Rule?

It's an old story, but it just doesn't seem to go away: the federal government seems determined to interfere in almost every aspect of life and business in our country, whether it be new rules on autonomous cars or who needs to be paid for overtime. In this last respect, though, there is some good news. … Continue reading Can We Say Goodbye to Obama’s Absurd “Overtime” Rule?