What is it when a pervert calls somebody else a pervert? Part of the Weekend with Jackie

Sipsey Street Irregulars

Here’s a government monopoly of violence Horwitz would logically endorse. Government-monopoly-of-violence advocate Horwitz is at it again: The NRA’s Perverted View of America

“Universal access to firearms is indistinguishable from Emancipation.” – Glenn Beck at the 2013 NRA Convention

Responding to the National Rifle Association’s annual convention in Houston earlier this month, Connecticut’s freshman Senator Chris Murphy noted, “The NRA kind of announced this weekend they’re morphing into a paramilitary group, that essentially they’re going to be advocating for armed resistance to the U.S. government.”   Law professor Stanley Fish mused, “The more militant members of the NRA and most of its leaders may be un-American … [John Wilkes] Booth’s modern successors are saying that a house in the hands of tyrants does not deserve to stand and they are ready to bring it down with their constitutionally protected guns.”  They weren’t exaggerating.

The NRA didn’t just throw down the gauntlet to our government in Houston.  It also articulated a vision of America and its ideals that is the antithesis of what our Founders intended, and which would mean the abolition of our Constitution.

I have written before on the regime “losing the mandate of heaven.” Here is WSJ’s James Taranto on “A Crisis of Authority.”

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