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Lafayette

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On July 25, 2015
We can learn lessons from the mass murders that are a monthly event in this nation. We learned, as a nation, from Dylann Roof, that the Confederate flag is a symbol of horrible evil that inspires racist violence. It has since come down at the South Carolina statehouse. That’s pretty amazing. There’s plenty of lessons […]

The Gun Scare

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On September 21, 2013

We know of the Red Scare. On campus, anticommunism during World War I and after World War II led to fired faculty and silenced opposition. Today we live in the Gun Scare. If professors speak out again

I’ve been largely out of touch the past couple of weeks (some would say it’s been┬áconsiderably longer) so apologies if this has been discussed elsewhere. When the incoming President of the NRA (by my understanding, a largely ceremonial position; we’ll still have Wayne LaPierre around to frighten into submission) inspires his already over-inspired audience with […]

NRA Logic

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On March 21, 2013

This is a weird story, but it totally makes sense that a doctor handing out illegal prescriptions would use this argument: Dr. Gracia Mayard, 61, is accused of distributing oxycodone between Jan. 1, 2

NRA Enemies List

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On February 2, 2013

How the deuce am I not on the NRA enemies list? What the heck does a C-list blogger have to do to get on this list, use common metaphors that right-wingers pretend call for the assassination of the NR

Gun Control

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On January 16, 2013

President Obama is proposing quite an expansive set of gun control legislation. It’s very impressive and it’ll be interesting to see whether it can past. In a sense, this will be atest of

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