2016 in Review: Syrian Christians in the Crossfire

It can be difficult sometimes finding a favorite, or best article of the past year.  This year one post came immediately to mind. The following is a reblog of an article I wrote back in October.  Most of the time I'm writing about broad, abstract ideas like liberty  and conservatism.  This one was a little … Continue reading 2016 in Review: Syrian Christians in the Crossfire

Anti gun lobby relies once more on ignorance of the Constitution

If there is an active FBI investigation, and the subject attempts to buy a gun and is denied because he or she is flagged, does that not alert the subject to the fact they are being investigated? What if the person is innocent? Would they have to prove their innocence in order to regain their second amendment rights? That's not how our system works. In out system, you are innocent until proven guilty.

Europe’s reaction after Brussels? More of the same.

Two European capitals have been attacked, two capitals of NATO countries, by the same Islamic terrorist group. This group holds land, has a government infrastructure, finances-- it acts in every way like a nation state. It has attacked so far four NATO countries, Belgium, France, Turkey, and the U.S., yet article five of the NATO charter has yet to be invoked, the article that states an attack against one member is an attack against all.