Bill Otis on crime and punishment

Bill Otis is adjunct professor of law at Georgetown Law School. His remarks begin at the 35:00 minute mark in the video and last for 9 minutes. Move the slider to the 35:00 minute mark to listen and watch his … Continue reading

The old SNL is back!

Seriously, when I first watched the video below I thought it might be a skit by the old Saturday Night Live, you know, back a few decades ago when they did skits that were actually funny.  But alas this is … Continue reading

Angelo Codevilla’s prediction for 2016

“The 2016 election is simple; the person who runs on the platform ‘Who do they think they are?’ will win.” In this Powerline post a few days ago Steven Hayward reported that Angelo Codevilla said this in a conversation a … Continue reading

Reynolds: Politicians put graft before progress

USA Today: On Twitter, the other day, someone tweeted a quote from Will Spencer: “When life gives you lemons, apply for a business license, a food service license, and a sales tax license and make lemonade.” This cynical-but-realistic statement drew … Continue reading

It’s time for McConnell and Boehner to resign

Mark Levin: It is time for Mitch McConnell and John Boehner to resign for the good of the nation and the Republican Party. The nation and GOP are both suffering as a result of the unwillingness or inability of McConnell … Continue reading

Vet Stops Armed Robbery

From NRA-ILA Daily alert: Army veteran Don Rogers was inside a gas station in Sycamore, Ga. when a robber armed with a gun entered the store and demanded money from the clerk. Rogers responded to the threat by drawing a … Continue reading

The power of individual liberty is the power of a country

“Individual liberty is individual power, and as the power of a community is a mass compounded of individual powers, the nation which enjoys the most freedom must necessarily be in proportion to its numbers the most powerful nation.” —John Quincy … Continue reading