January 6 Committee Closing in On Trump

New evidence gets us a wee bit closer to a smoking gun.

Shinzo Abe Murdered

Japan’s longest-serving prime minister was killed at a campaign rally. He was 67.

Proud Boys Leader Turns Rat

A key planner of the Capitol riot has agreed to testify against others in exchange for a lighter sentence.

President Joe Biden signs two executive orders on healthcare Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, in the Oval Office of the White House. President Joe Biden signs two executive orders on healthcare Thursday, Jan. 28, 2021, in the Oval Office of the White House.

Ending the Forever Wars

It’s easy if you try.

Major Drone Strike Hits Large Saudi Oil Facility

Houthi rebels in Yemen have claimed responsibility for a massive attack on an important Saudi oil facility.

Florida Jury Rejects “Stand Your Ground” Defense In Parking Lot Argument Case

A Florida jury has convicted a man involved in an argument over a parking space of manslaughter, rejecting his attempt to invoke the state’s ‘stand your ground’ law

Israel Conducts Kinetic Strike against Hamas Cyber Operations Center

This could be a very big deal – unless it isn’t.

Did Police Do Too Little to Stop Charlottesville Violence?

Authorities are being second-guessed over their handling of Saturday’s protests. Virginia gun laws are the more obvious problem.

Explaining ‘Stand Your Ground’ Laws

There’s been far too much hysteria and hyperbole when it comes to ‘Stand Your Ground’ laws.

Supreme Court: Yes, It’s A Crime To Lie When You’re Buying A Gun

The Supreme Court, unsurprisingly, ruled that lying on a Federal form about a gun purchase is, in fact, a crime.

Federal Court Upholds Most Of New York State Gun Control Law

A Federal Judge in New York upholds, for the most part, that state’s new gun control law.

It’s Too Early To Talk About Dropping The Charges Against George Zimmerman

Alan Dershowitz thinls the charges against George Zimmerman should be dropped. With due apologies to the good Professor, he’s wrong.

An Object Lesson In Why You Shouldn’t Rush To Judgment In The Trayvon Martin Case

A news report today provides an excellent lesson in why all the rushing to judgment in the Martin/Zimmerman case is a mistake.

George Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin, And Rushing To Judgment

It’s time to let the legal system do its job.

Murder or Self-Defense: Florida Case Raises Questions

George Zimmerman and Trayvon Martin met on the night of February 27th. Martin died, and a firestorm has erupted.

A Flawed Legal Argument

Peter Berkowitz has presented a flawed legal argument for attacking Iran.

Ron Paul, Racist?

Ron Paul’s newsletters are proof either that he’s a racist or a fraud.