Month

October 2003

All posts published in October 2003

41 posts

The bias against guns review: John R. Lott’s latest

Published 13y ago -

A new standard has been painstakingly and professionally assembled that shoots holes in the gun control myth using easily understood tables, charts, graphs and statistics. There is the usual preponderance of analytical statistical tools, such as regression ana... More »

The lady is a tramp!: The New York Times

Published 13y ago -

“There is no such thing, at this date of the world’s history, as an independent press. You know it and I know it. There is not one of you who dare to write your honest opinions, and if you did, you know beforehand that it would never appear in print. I a... More »

Nominally reliable ally: NRA more evidence

Published 13y ago -

During a phone conversation with an engineer who’d been working on “smart gun” technology before it became law in New Jersey, he asked incredulously: “How can a law be written about something that doesn’t even exist?” Of course, the ans... More »

Taxes of evil: Funding unAmericanism

Published 13y ago -

As America prepares to attack a virtually defenseless nation that hasn’t harmed or threatened us, our government is ignoring the real threat of North Korea and alienating much of the rest of the world. And as we try to get back one of our former staunche... More »

Snow job: There’s plenty of money

Published 13y ago -

On Tuesday, March 4, Reuters News and Financial Intelligence reported that U.S. Secretary of the Treasury John “Snow faced intense questioning from Democrats who said the Bush administration has produced no cost estimates for prosecuting a war, nor for a... More »

The road to Damascus: You’re next

Published 13y ago -

One cannot help but to witness the biblical implications in the invasion of Iraq and the war parties ultimate desire for more conquest. Paul’s journey on the road to Damascus turned out to have serious implications for himself and for the future of Christianit... More »