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Losing Liberty Archive

  • On Gun Ownership and Abortion: Reluctantly Tolerated Rights

    On Gun Ownership and Abortion: Reluctantly Tolerated Rights

    Firstly, my apologies for not writing more frequently. I’m in the midst of a major career transition and blogging has not been a major priority. With that out of the way, I’d like to draw the attention of all three of my readers (my father, my wife, and my buddy from work) to something that [...]

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  • No More Hesitation Targets, Because Apparently Cops Are Too Reluctant to Shoot Pregnant Women

    No More Hesitation Targets, Because Apparently Cops Are Too Reluctant to Shoot Pregnant Women

    A company called Law Enforcement Targets, Inc. (LET) has made the news with a line of disturbing targets depicting “non-traditional threats,” such as pregnant women, old ladies, old men with double barrel shotguns (citizens who took Joe Biden’s home defense advice), and small children. What is even more disconcerting is that the Department of Homeland [...]

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  • Quick Thoughts on the GOP and Tea Party Rebuttals

    Quick Thoughts on the GOP and Tea Party Rebuttals

    Pressed for time this morning, but I felt obliged to offer a few thoughts on the GOP and Tea Party rebuttals to Obama’s State of the Union Address. Neither was as powerful as Obama’s in the force of its delivery or as eloquent. This is partially or even largely an artifact of how the speeches [...]

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  • SOTU Time!!!

    SOTU Time!!!

    Unfortunately, I’m traveling for work this week, so I don’t have time to offer up a detailed analysis of the President’s State of the Union Address (SOTU). Although an honest excuse, it is nonetheless a convenient one, since I really have no desire to spend more than a few moments contemplating the pretty words and [...]

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  • Obamacare and the Decline of Full-Time Employment in America

    Obamacare and the Decline of Full-Time Employment in America

    That wonderful piece of legislation that was intended to make us all healthier and wealthier is still not quite working out the way proponents claimed it would. From The Washington Post: RICHMOND, Va. — State agencies are reducing part-time employees’ hours until officials figure out how to comply with federal health insurance requirements regarding those [...]

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  • Adjusting the Conservative Message for the Big Government Generation

    Adjusting the Conservative Message for the Big Government Generation

    The New York Times ran an interesting article entitled “Young, Liberal and Open to Big Government” on trends in the political views and allegiances of young voters, profiling the liberal enclave of Missoula, MT. Montana is a deep red state that is starting to show a few flecks of blue. The state now has two [...]

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  • Today’s Guns and Ammo Market: Is Price Gouging Wrong?

    Today’s Guns and Ammo Market: Is Price Gouging Wrong?

    As noted in my earlier post, most gun dealers and ammo sellers are jacking up there prices to exploit the current political situation. A select few are not. Georgia Arms and Brownell’s are great examples of companies taking the high road. But are the other guys actually doing something wrong? I think that depends in [...]

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  • Why the GOP Establishment Created the Myth of a Tea Party Failure

    Why the GOP Establishment Created the Myth of a Tea Party Failure

    Think back to 2008. I know it seems like an eternity ago. Dinosaurs like Joe Lieberman still roamed halls of the Senate; John McCain was only beginning to lose his mind; and the country was fed up in every way imaginable with President Bush. The Republican Party was arguably more of a mess then than [...]

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  • Here It Comes! House Democrats About to Release Gun Control Proposal

    Here It Comes! House Democrats About to Release Gun Control Proposal

    Reuters is reporting that House Democrats are preparing to unveil an aggressive gun control package that largely mirrors President Obama’s proposal. From the Reuters article: WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democrats in the House of Representatives will unveil a proposal on Thursday to combat gun violence, including a bid to ban assault weapons, party sources said. In [...]

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  • Over 90 Percent of Americans Support Universal Background Checks

    Over 90 Percent of Americans Support Universal Background Checks

    Reuters reported on a Quinnipiac University poll released today indicating that over 90 percent of Americans support universal background checks on gun purchases. A smaller, but still notable majority of 56 percent supported bans on high-capacity magazines and “assault weapons.” The positive news is that the NRA still holds an edge over the Administration in [...]

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