From NewsBusters, “Give Josh Barro credit for candor. When it comes to guns, the New York Times correspondent makes no bones about the kind of draconian, Second Amendment-defying approach he thinks is necessary.”
Gov Haley Barbour previews his new book, “America’s Great Storm: Leading through Hurricane Katrina”
David French of National Review writes, “While more than a million Muslims actually belong to radical militias, terrorist organizations, and the military forces of radical Islamic states, the number of Muslims with terrorist sympathies and radical beliefs number in the hundreds of millions.”
A fraternity has suspended activities at a university chapter in Virginia after an uproar over sexually suggestive banners hung from a private home where several of that fraternity’s members live.
The city’s council Business Development Committee has delayed by two weeks Chick-fil-A’s request to open in the Denver International Airport due to the fast-food chain’s opposition of gay marriage.
@RandPaul is on the Mike Gallagher show talking Iran, illegal immigration and Hillary’s emails #MikeOnline
The NY Post: “Donald Trump scored the biggest crowd of any presidential candidate so far this election year Friday, drawing 30,000 raucous, cheering fans to his rally at a college football stadium in Mobile, Ala.”
Edward Erler writes, “Trump’s critics are wrong about the Fourteenth Amendment and birthright citizenship” #MikeOnline
Edward Erler writes, “Political pundits believe that Trump should not press such divisive issues as immigration and citizenship. It is clear, however, that he has struck a popular chord — and touched an important issue that should be debated no matter how divisive.”
@RichLowry column on kids receiving participation trophies. Teaching youth how to deal with failure is key to their development #MikeOnline
Rich Lowry writes, “Participation — and effort — should be its own reward. No one gave us trophies when my Little League team scuffled to a pathetic losing season on the dusty neighborhood ballfield. We participated, we got humiliated, and we moved on, having indubitably established what James Harrison said of his sons’ unearned trophies: “Sometimes your best is not enough.”