The object here is not to attack him or to start a feud with Dad; it’s to see if the guy who says he wants to lead us knows where he’s going and why.
This is the best that Pennsylvania Republicans can offer, and the most that Pennsylvania gun owners have the clout to demand?
The violent degradation of women and rap have always gone together like peas and carrots.
Wednesday’s retirement announcement by Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer has set off a scramble to identify potential candidates to replace the 83-year-old jurist.
Anti-gun males like Waldman know that their smears and lies and attempts at wit aren’t working, and in fact, are starting to backfire on them.
Oz will be Toomey on steroids. When it comes to guns, he’ll be able to look at the outgoing senator and say, “Hold my beer.”
Contrary to “moderate” Republican aversion to embracing the right to arms head-on, firearms freedoms have proven to be powerful motivators for getting out the vote.
The anger-fueled divisions along racial lines are being inflamed for a reason, and the useful idiots at the NFL are happy to do their part.
The Roberts court has disappointed in the past. Questions about the Chief Justice have eroded confidence in the courts being a venue where recourse for gun owners is possible.
Are Republicans really stupid enough to believe they can take the fire out of the bellies of their core constituents and give the Democrats everything they demand?
Who else has noticed that these are the same people who demand our guns?
In other words, those gathered in support of President Trump were (what did CNN call arsonists setting a building ablaze?) “mostly peaceful protestors.”
If there is not massive noncompliance with the rule that comes out of this, they’ll only be encouraged when the time comes to order the surrender of our semiautomatics.
Every time politicians presume to “improve” on the wisdom of the Founders, they screw everything up.
By first declaring President Donald Trump “has engaged in … treason” and demanding the prosecution of him and his “enablers,” Pascrell has in effect endorsed executing the president.
That and the reality is, if one person — no matter his background or whether you or I like him or not — suffers injustice at the hands of vindictive state officials, we all are vulnerable.
To all of you gun-owning “Trump enablers” who are reading this, here’s a question you’ll need to consider: Do you intend to “go gentle into that good night”?
The punishment for treason, defined by the law, by the way, and not by an obnoxious collectivist New Jersey politician, is death.
“Remember what they did,” the self-named Trump Accountability Project proclaims as if salivating at the prospect of show trials. “We must never forget those who furthered the Trump agenda.”
The 400 miles of border wall system is a testament to President Trump’s leadership and this Administration’s commitment to secure our southern border and protects all Americans.