Pat Nicklaus: We recently moved to Missouri. I was excited to meet other like-minded conservatives and I got extremely jazzed when it seemed like I was meeting several. “Seemed like” being the operative words in that sentence.
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.