Eric Florack on April 25th, 2011

York PA– A nice springtime day, with a bit of rain. York, is a nice little place just outside Harrisburg, and a place I come often. I left Rochester around Midnight last night and arrived here around 7amĀ  That’s the one thing I’ve come to hate about this job… the hours and the separation from […]

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Eric Florack on May 29th, 2009

First, Doctor Krauthammer: Heller [the Supreme Court ruling that the Second Amendment guarantees gun ownership for individuals] is hardly settled law. It is law in its infancy. It’s a couple years old. And if she is on the court, she might be inclined to revisit it, either overturn it or reinterpret it in a way […]

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davidl on March 18th, 2009

Hoplophobia: Firearms instructor Colonel Jeff Cooper coined the word in 1962 to describe a “mental disturbance characterized by irrational aversion to weapons”.[2] Cooper employed the term as an alternative to slang terms, stating: “We read of ‘gun grabbers’ and ‘anti-gun nuts’ but these slang terms do not (explain this behavior).” Cooper attributed this behavior to […]

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Eric Florack on July 17th, 2008

Glenn Reynods and Brannon Denning, on Heller The Supreme Court has released its long-awaited opinion in District of Columbia v. Heller,[1] and the buzz has been considerable. Though much has been made of the majority’s historic ruling and of the narrowness of that majority, many commentators have missed an important point. What Heller is most […]

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