Show Us the Law or Free Kim Davis

This past Saturday, I had the great privilege of addressing a rally in support of Kim Davis. Kim Davis is the elected clerk of Rowan County, Kentucky, and she has been jailed by a federal judge for disobeying his order to her to issue marriage licenses to people of the same sex. She refuses to do so. Other speakers at the rally addressed the moral argument against her confinement.  That argument rests on the idea that our rights come from God and that no government can grant a right Read more […]

SF Chronicle Cheerleads for California Tyranny

California tyranny is evident in 930 new laws going into effect, but the media praises the state for all of them. Even if some laws could possibly be good and needed, you know that no one needs a gush of close to a thousand new laws in one year. No society should need that many laws in a decade, let alone in a year. [See also, “California Gun Confiscation Program to be ‘National Model.’”] But the San Francisco Chronicle is eager to praise the California legislature for passing that Read more […]

Gabby Giffords’ Job: Manipulate “the Jury” Against Second Amendment

We conservatives are often on the receiving end of the liberal line, “You don’t know what it’s like to be [a woman/gay/etc.], so your opinion [on abortion/gay marriage/etc.] is invalid.” The implication in saying that we may not opine on such issues since we cannot experience womanhood or homosexuality is that we do not have the emotions that those demographics do; that we do not feel the same things they do. But is that not the very thing that makes it possible, or at least much easier, for Read more […]