Tag: Weapons
Military Aid—”If We Don’t Do It, Someone Else Will”
On U.S. Foreign Policy
No U.S. Weapons for Countries with Child Soldiers (Oh, You Have a Waiver?)
Fallujah Fallout: Who Pays the Price?
Arming Syrian Rebels—Afghanistan Deja Vu?
Gun Control Encore? Someone Picked the Wrong . . .
The Hayekian Liberty of Ender’s Game
Stephen Halbrook’s Gun Control in the Third Reich
Nobel Peace Prize: FAIL
They Should Change Their Motto From “To Serve and Protect” to “If You Misbehave, We’ll Beat You Up, and Maybe Kill You”
The Twisted Premises Implicit in the Drive for War
Infringed: Second Amendment in the Crosshairs
Coming Soon: The Strange Case of the Chong Chon Gang
The Economic Sector the President’s Policies Have Helped Most? Firearms
Why the Precautionary Principle Counsels Us to Renounce Statism
The President’s Policies: Economic Stimulus for One Industry
The Totalitarianism of Universal Background Checks
Prince of Peace
20 Years Ago Today: Operation Showtime
Gun Control? Someone Picked the Wrong . . .
Troubling Public Opinion Trends for Gun Rights and Civil Liberties
The Names Behind the Collateral Damage
Newtown and the Bipartisan Police State
Defense Cuts Would Encourage Needed Improvements
Homo Homini Lupus Est

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