Monthly Archive: March 2018

29
Mar

Where’s the Common Sense in ‘Common Sense’ Gun Laws?

Americans, many quite young, attended anti-gun violence rallies across the country. Many protesters demanded more federal “common-sense” gun control laws. But the push for common-sense gun laws lacks common sense or at least perspective. The protests, sparked by the murders […]

28
Mar

Gun Control Movement Polar Opposite of Civil Rights Movement

  Covering the pro-gun control March for Our Lives in Washington, CNN ran a headline that read, “They’re marching through the same streets as Martin Luther King Jr. did — hoping for similar change.” The article then quoted a 16-year-old […]

26
Mar

President Trump and the GOP Can’t Afford to Ignore Black, Blue-collar Workers

President Trump was voted into the White House in 2016 on the backs of the so-called, blue-collar workers, who live in the industrial Midwest of the country and a few southern battleground states. These folks reside in states like Wisconsin […]

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