The Constitution in Exile

I normally don’t read books by Fox News commentators, but I saw Judge Andrew Napolitano interviewed by Ralph Nader on CSPAN Book TV and was interested in his principled advocacy of strict constructionism, he also was giving a lot of life lessons.  So I read his book The Constitution in Exile: How the Federal . . . → Read More: The Constitution in Exile

The Right to Bear Arms

I think most Americans don’t understand the full context of the right to bear arms in the Second Amendment. Many Americans continue to buy complete AR-15 rifles from Palmetto State Armory. The typical Englishman did not have the right to bear arms.  This was reserved for knights, soldiers, and men-at-arms of the great lords or . . . → Read More: The Right to Bear Arms

Michael Steele is Right!

Some Republicans are in a lather because of chairman Michael Steele’s observations that the War in Afghanistan is not likely to be winnable and that it is Obama’s War.  While he failed to mention that Obama inherited the War, he is correct that it is now Obama’s War, since he has the power to . . . → Read More: Michael Steele is Right!

This day in history

I have received many requests from readers asking how to quickly change the default audio device in Windows. This can be useful as many computers now have various audio devices which can be used. For example, you may want to use one playback device which is connected to PC speakers for playing games . . . → Read More: This day in history

The psychopath’s brain and the courts

NPR has been running a series on how new findings in TMS treatment in Florida of psychopaths are affecting sentencing of criminals with this trait.  In some cases, it has not swayed juries (e.g. Chicago).  In others, it has (Tennessee). Illegal drugs are associated with criminal behavior. The statistical relationship between illegal drug use . . . → Read More: The psychopath’s brain and the courts