The entire Mueller episode is an attack on the rule of law and a direct affront to the 63 million American citizens who together constituted a majority of voters in a majority of counties in a majority of states that freely chose Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton.
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The entirety of Democratic “resistance” to Donald Trump has been undertaken in the fervent hope that you won’t notice that he is having a very successful presidency so far.
To the extent that attorney general Jeff Sessions has any role at the Justice Department, it’s apparently to keep quiet and fetch coffee for Rod Rosenstein.
President Trump’s policies by and large are helping my business and I wish he would be left alone to keep pursuing them. The fewer distractions, the better.
Time and again, when dealing with problems that have festered for years under previous administrations, Mr. Trump has simply rolled his eyes, reached for his metaphorical pistol and fired.
Self-defense is more than a right. It’s a duty. Individual responsibility is the price of freedom and your personal safety is, like it or not, your personal responsibility. Thus, your American right to arm yourself.
The middle class is, by and large, an American invention. That said, it traces its roots to the teachings of the Catholic Church, which worked their way westward across Europe over 12 centuries until crossing the Atlantic and arriving on the North American continent in the 1600s.
No matter how much we would wish it to be so, there is no legislation that will bring about the end of violence.
Will we ever learn? Every time liberal bureaucrats and politicians engage in the kind of social engineering that defies common sense, it ends in tears.
A generation ago we did not have — indeed didn’t even imagine — mass murder at our schools. And that condition prevailed even though there were far fewer gun ownership restrictions on the books than there are now.