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On the radio

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If you missed my 90 minute talk about the atrocity in Las Vegas and gun control, mental health and other related issues last night on the radio, you can go here to listen to Part 1 and Part 2. I’ll be on again tonight, not talking about guns, and you can listen live by going here and […]

The Las Vegas Atrocity

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My wife awakened me this morning to tell me about the mass shooting in Las Vegas. The number of dead then numbered 50, making it the worst mass shooting in modern American history, it has since climbed to 59. More than 500 others were injured from not just gunfire, but shrapnel, trampling and other trauma […]

I told you so

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I hate to say I told you so, but I told you so. I told you Donald Trump couldn’t be trusted. I told you he was a showman. A salesman who sold only one product: himself. Even his most die-hard supporters are coming to the realization that maybe they were wrong about the longtime Democratic […]

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DACA, the law, and doing the right thing

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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA as it is more popularly known, will be winding down in six months (maybe) and the media and the American left (but I repeat myself) are in full-blown meltdown mode. A brief history of DACA: After years of claiming (accurately) that the constitution prohibited him from making something […]

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Antifa’s assault on freedom

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In Berkeley, Calif., this past weekend, the masked, jack-booted thugs of Antifa again demonstrated their more fascist tendencies when they attacked Trump-supporters, beating at least five of them. I will be appearing on local talk radio host Dave Congalton’s show for an hour Tuesday to talk about Antifa and the violence that is the norm […]

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Pleading incompetence to avoid libel damages

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Former Alaska Gov. and Republican vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin is suing the New York Times for libel after it accused her in an editorial earlier this year of inspiring madman Jared Loughner to attack Arizona Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. I’m no fan of Sarah Palin, especially after she used what little Tea Party-related credibility she had when she […]

Cap-and-trade, Global Warming and Hometown Radio

Cap-and-trade, Global Warming and Hometown Radio

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I appeared on Dave Congalton’s radio show on News-Talk 920 KVEC to talk about the recent extension of California’s cap-and-trade program on carbon dioxide emissions and the global warming scare that precipitated the legislation. You should be able to find audio of my appearance at the prior link eventually. (Update: You can listen here.) I […]

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My media takeover continues

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My not-so-secret media takeover plot takes its next step later today as I guest host Dave Congalton’s radio show for two hours from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on KVEC 920 AM. From 5 p.m. to 6 p.m., we’ll talk to Craig DeLuz of the Firearms Policy Coalition about California gun laws, lawsuits against those […]

Defending the 2nd Amendment

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A couple of weeks ago I volunteered to go on local radio host Dave Congalton’s show in the wake of the shootings in Alexandria, Va., and San Francisco, defending the 2nd Amendment from the inevitable calls for more (ineffectual) gun control. You can listen to my appearance here, but William Moser wasn’t happy with my […]

Wednesday’s shootings and the folly of gun control laws

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Evil people do evil things, and it’s folly to believe that more gun control laws will stop them Shortly after 7 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time Wednesday morning a lone gunman with a rifle approached a baseball field in Alexandria, Va., where congressmen and staffers were practicing for a charity baseball game scheduled for later this […]