The Problem With “Do Something”

The problem of alienated, often fatherless young men espousing either hateful extremism or nihilistic meaninglessness who aim their anger and violence at the defenseless … that’s not government caused, and it can’t be government fixed.

Those tasks belong to the very institutions that have been dismissed and even dismantled across our society: The family and the Church.

Source: The Problem with ‘Do Something’ Attitude After Tragedy: Looking to Gov’t to Fix All Our Problems

Charlton Heston On The Second Amendment

On February 11, 1997, Charlton Heston, actor and then Vice President of the National Rifle Association, spoke at the National Press Club and explained that the Second Amendment must be considered more essential than the First Amendment; that it is the first freedom that defends the rest of our liberties.

Listen and watch the video at c-span.

Read the text at The Patriot Post.

A true Statesman ~ excellent speech!