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A. Barton Hinkle, who hopes to some day be The Barton Hinkle, writes: The Misguided Open-Carry Movement

And congrats to Brian Doherty, who managed to get beyond the first few pages of the revisionist anti-gun book called The Second Amendment: A Biography. Says Doherty of the book:

Yet in Waldman’s merely two sentences explaining what was at issue in the case that has defined the modern meaning of the Second Amendment, 2008’s District of Columbia v. Heller (I wrote the biography of that case, Gun Control on Trial), he seems strangely ignorant—or wants his readers to stay strangely ignorant—about exactly what law the case challenged.

I took the book to the shitter once. Once.

7 Responses to “Guns at”

  1. Sigivald Says:

    Is it printed on nice, soft paper, with lots of sheets?

  2. CaptDMO Says:

    Explained the MODERN meaning of the 2nd?
    Is the modern meaning of democracy “Get an appointed court to “find” it unconstitutional, via.”usage.”?

  3. Gunstar1 Says:

    Did it cause a reaction similar to what happens after drinking the water in a 3rd world nation?

  4. mikee Says:

    Took the book to the shitter only once?

    Pages too thick and rough?

  5. Tam Says:

    But did you bring it back from the shitter? That’s the real question. 😉

  6. rickn8or Says:

    Nothing like being trapped on the throne with a book you hate.

  7. seerak Says:

    For some reason I have the impression that Waldman’s book was intended to fill the hole left by Michael Bellesiles’s “Arming America” after he got Piketty’d.