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“The 2018 Congressional Art Competition has officially begun!” an email from my congressman announces. “This is always such a great opportunity to showcase the artistic talent in the district. “The competition is open to all high school students in the district,” he explains. “Each student is allowed to enter up to four pieces of artwork […]

Right now there are more questions than answers over last week’s deadly officer-involved shooting that appears to have been precipitated by a fake SWATting call to police. According to news accounts released so far, aside from having the misfortune of living at the address the caller gave police, the unarmed victim had nothing to do […]

It’s time to revisit some basic questions I’ve asked before in columns of mine that have long since disappeared from the internet. It’s time because of the contempt gun owners continually receive from the media and from “progressive” politicians and activists, it’s time because the questions are still valid, and it’s time because it looks […]

Rocky Hall interviews rancher Thom Davis of Riley, Oregon about the Constitution, Bill of Rights, the ownership of grazing allotments, the Malheur Refuge, LaVoy Finicum, increasing violence, and a Constitutional government. Published on Jul 12, 2017 – Rocky Hall What would LaVoy do? Are we anti-government or anti-corruption in government? We do need a Constitutional […]

With “progressives,” every day is Opposite Day. The very idea that a government with the power to suppress individual liberty represents “progress” makes that assertion self-evident. Their words and actions evoke nothing so much as Orwell’s 1984 Ministry of Truth slogans: WAR IS PEACE FREEDOM IS SLAVERY IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH Such is the case with […]