Charles C-W- Cooke

Cooke: “Forget Manipulative Editing — Katie Couric’s Team Likely Violated Federal Law”

More great stuff from Charles C.W. Cooke at National Review: The delicious irony of gun-control advocates breaking laws in an effort to prove they don’t exist The plot thickens. A couple of weeks ago, it was reported that Stephanie Soechtig, the director of a Katie Couric–fronted gun-control infomercial titled Under the Gun, had selectively edited …

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Cooke: “Why Would Anyone Want a Firearm?”

More great stuff from Charles C.W. Cooke at National Review: Of all the ill-considered tropes that are trotted out in anger during our ongoing debate over gun control, perhaps the most irritating is the claim that the Constitution may indeed protect firearms, but it says “nothing at all about bullets.” On its face, this is …

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National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke Grants Me a Mention in SYG Post

Hey folks, Professor Jacobson over at Legal Insurrection just informed me that the post I wrote for them yesterday–Florida Theater Shooting Induces Another Round of “Stand Your Ground” Mania–has earned me a favorable mention by the always awesome Charles C.W. Cooke over at National Review. Charles’ National Review post can be found here:  More Stand …

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