Proof that People Believe in the Second Amendment: They Want Armed Neighbors

More important than personal gun ownership, the Second Amendment is upheld because people want their neighbors to own guns. Not everyone owns a gun. But that doesn’t mean they don’t believe in the Second Amendment. A person who was not raised with guns is going to have reservations about bringing one into the house. If he lacks the experience and feels like he needs training, that will make him hesitate. Guns are also very expensive. So the number of private gun owners in America is Read more […]

Obamacare is Liberalism’s Quagmire

Obamacare is not making voters love the Democrats. A half century ago or so, the United States found they had overreached in Viet Nam. The Soviet Union discovered the same thing in Afghanistan. I suspect that someday we will talk about Obamacare as Liberalism’s “Viet Nam.” The Washington Examiner reports: Eighteen percent of Americans, or fewer than one in five, say they or someone in their family is better off because of the Affordable Care Act, according to a new poll by CNN. Nearly Read more […]

Maybe Your Job Isn’t Supposed To Be Something You Love

Yesterday, Economic blogger Mike “Mish” Shedlock wrote about how many people are unhappy with their jobs. He recommended a book for those who want to try to change. If that book helps someone get a more satisfying career, more power to them. I’m happy for you. But I have a different perspective on loving one’s job. You should be happy about your job because it provides you with income. Everyone could use more income, but it is better than nothing. You should be happy with your job Read more […]