January held more gains than losses for personal freedom, but it also held a sobering reminder that civilization is a thin veneer. To those of you who are willing to overlook government overreach or engage in politically-motivated violence, a word of warning: you're playing with fire.Read More
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In the first week of the New Year, our federal government made moves to avoid public scrutiny; Ohio and Missouri took steps to protect citizens' rights; California foisted still more unreasonable and outrageous restrictions on the Second Amendment; and a Colorado city paid the price - literally - for unreasonable search and seizure.Read More
In September of 2016, two football players refused to stand for the national anthem, causing a furor over their perceived disrespect. Then, after a pair of terrorists launched back-to-back attacks which wounded dozens, our political leaders refused to stand for our national principles. So far, not much furor about that.
Maybe none of us should be singing about "the land of the free and the home of the brave" until we're certain we're still earning the title.Read More