Tag Archives: Second Amendment

Meet the Nunchuck, lawsuit winner

I do not find it affable of 538 Significant Digits to point out the nunchuck is a weapon of one of the ninja turtles (sneer sneer), since I know nothing of ninja turtles. Or ninjas. (I do know about the … Continue reading

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A holiday gift: a whole new Bill of Campaign Rights and Obligations

After Bush was re-elected in 2004, I came back from Miami, where I’d participated in election protection at a polling place, and in a fit of political outrage (compared to what I’m going through now, I should reduce the term … Continue reading

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Donny, the NRA and the Florida school massacre

What I love especially about Harper’s Weekly Review is how it manages to pick up facts from news stories — some of which I’ve already forgotten or never knew — and compact them in a way that punches up the … Continue reading

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