Friday, July 19, 2013
I direct your attention to David T. Hardy's very fine article over at reason.com, "Why Gun Owners Are Right to Fight Against Gun Control." The history of the anti-gun contingent shows that compromise measures aren't really what they want. A compromise needs two sides to it.
See also my own look at what it is we are being asked to "compromise," in "What is infringement?" There really can't be dialectic around bedrock principles, unless the idea is to dig up the bedrock.
Posted by Kendal Black at 1:23:00 PM