Posts tagged "Constitution"

President Trump's United States of Awkward

You can’t just do THAT. Despite your political allegiance, a system (that U.S. Constitution thing) was ratified 228 years ago to protect us from certain oppressions, tyrannies, obstruction, political swings, and underrepresentation, ensuring unalienable rights and the flexibility to fix in the light of human and cultural progress (those are called Amendments). Needless to say,... Read more »

The gun debate shouldn't be this awkward

Gun owners defend their right to own a gun using the Second Amendment.  Victims of gun violence have the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness – as do all Americans.  But I pose a simple question of the supposed “altruistic utopian” that American paints for itself: As a gun owner, do you... Read more »