You may not offer your political support to the gun industry, but if you buy certain video games, you’re offering your financial support.
As the New York Times,... Read More
Lest you worry, let me reassure you: No, this will not be the only subject I write about in this here digital journal. I promise.
But it’s funny how these things keep... Read More
Yesterday I pointed out the reasons behind why I thought gun violence legislation was going to be blocked by Republicans without them suffering any political damage for... Read More
Over at the Washington Post, Chris Cillizza is convinced voters will make Republicans pay a steep price if they filibuster gun violence legislation, and is warning them... Read More
So, remember yesterday when I (ahem) gently chided libertarian columnist Steve Chapman for his hyperbolic reaction to Cook County, Illinois’ $25.00 tax on sales of... Read More
Goddammit, gun people, you’re driving me crazy. I’m one of those liberals who’s on your side. Well, I’m on your side inasmuch as I accept the fact that the... Read More
This morning, the President spoke about gun violence and the need for new laws:
I ask every American to find out where your member of Congress stands on these ideas. If... Read More
Do violent video games cause violence?
According to Ian Boudreau, no. And I would agree, even though he appears to summarize my view in a way that reflects the contrary... Read More
In fine undergraduate form, Nicholas Wilbur has picked his hill to die on, viz, that video games cause violence. Wrapping himself in some research papers and a press... Read More
A crazy, gun-loving Downstate Illinois legislator makes you go out and get a whole new bushelful.
This afternoon, my friend John V. Moore (fresh off of helping Robin... Read More