Came across this last night: America’s decades long national argument about gun control is not a normal political debate about addressing policy to problems but about what kind of politics to have. It is fundamentally about how citizens should relate to each other and the state, and that makes it a matter of political philosophy, … Continue reading Pro-click: “The Political Philosophy Of Guns – Would America Really Be A Better Society Without Them?”
WaPo churned out an editorial that had me shaking my head about the gall of the antigun movement. The opening paragraph doesn't hesitate, but rather leaps straight in to revisionist history: Twenty years ago, one of us was director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, supporting research … Continue reading Another head scratcher from the Washington Post: “How to protect gun rights while reducing the toll of gun violence”
Eugene Volokh is one of the great constitutional lawyers of our day and age and is pro-gun as all get out. Check out this dismantling of the typical anti-gun "Why not regulate guns like cars?" argument: A commenter on a recent thread asked — seemingly from a pro-gun-control perspective — “Why can’t guns be treated … Continue reading Volokh – Why not regulate guns like cars?