Cooke: “The Great Equalizer”

This fantastic 2A piece from Charles C.W. Cooke at National Review (now an Americophilic gun-owner in the Tri-State area with an American-born anchor baby) is from 2014, but it’s also timeless: Civil rights and the Second Amendment In her harrowing 1892 treatise on the horrors of lynching in the post-bellum American South, the journalist, suffragist, and civil-rights champion Ida B. Wells established for her readers the value of bearing arms. “Of the many inhuman outrages …

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