Another mass shooting. This time, in Florida. It doesn’t really matter where it happens, because the reaction is always the same.
Pat Nicklaus: It’s becoming increasingly clear that we no longer have two parties. We have one party with two heads, and the only way to slay that two-headed beast is taking a serious look at third parties.
Pat Nicklaus: Congress is banking on the popularity of HR 38 (National Reciprocity) and attaching a wildly unpopular, anti-gun bill to it behind your back.
Pat Nicklaus: I was originally angry with all of the division over the Roy Moore issue, division over what amounts to 1/100th of the US Senate. Now, I’m just heartbroken.
Pat Nicklaus: Whenever someone does something evil with a gun, you can count on hearing two phrases: “We need a national conversation on guns” and “we need to do something about guns.”
Dear Politicians – I’d like to tell you a little bit about the people you represent, because you seem to have completely lost touch with them.
Pat Nicklaus: There are 20,000 local, state and federal gun laws on the books. Even if we have 20,000 more, none of them will legislate the evil or crazy out of a person.
Pat Nicklaus: Are we being assumptive, for no real reason, in believing that organized protests are part and parcel of “peaceable assembly”?
Pat Nicklaus: The wage gap argument tends to rear it’s ugly head, when feminist activists have run out of new things to feign offense about.
Pat Nicklaus: President Trump took to social media the attack the Freedom Caucus for their unwavering commitment to keep the conservative promises they made to their constituents.
Pat Nicklaus: Republicans are no longer the party of the Constitution, and instead have become the party of infighting and the circular firing squad.