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Yes, Me Too

By Cyberquill • 11/17/2017 • 10 Comments

Technically, I am a three-time sexual assault survivor.

The Fundamental Right to Buy

By Cyberquill • 10/12/2017 • 10 Comments

How come there are no gun stamps for the indigent?

The Purest of Evils

By Cyberquill • 10/05/2017 • 17 Comments

To call the Las Vegas sniper a terrorist would an insult to terrorists.

More, More, More

By Cyberquill • 07/15/2017 • 26 Comments

Ever more people are needed in order to grow the economy at the rate required to sustain ever more people.

Your Identity, Your Sex, and Your Pelvis

By Cyberquill • 07/10/2017 • Leave a Comment

While I grant everyone the freedom to identify as whatever they choose to identify as, I respectfully reserve my freedom to call others as I see them.

My Kingdom for a Cogent Defnition

By Cyberquill • 06/22/2017 • 2 Comments

Observations on the barrel of drugged trout known as “cultural appropriation.”

The Enemy Within

By Cyberquill • 06/05/2017 • 5 Comments

Donald J. Trump’s “travel ban,” which he has now officially doubled down on calling it, may well be a most ineffective anti-terrorism measure for a variety of reasons, not to mention of questionable constitutionality. Hands-down the oddest argument against it, though, is the oft-floated prediction that such a ban would do little to prevent theRead More…

The Blogmaster at the Microphone

By Cyberquill • 05/15/2017 • 2 Comments

The Barking of the Sheep

By Cyberquill • 05/09/2017 • Leave a Comment

Dogs that identify as sheep are (a) dogs that identify as sheep or (b) sheep?

Farewell to the Factor

By Cyberquill • 04/22/2017 • 2 Comments”

They really did it. They really spiked my favorite show.

United Airlines — Try Fly With Us!

By Cyberquill • 04/18/2017 • Leave a Comment

How to define “reasonable force” in the face of ferocious resistance?

Why the Case Against Voter IDs is a Case for Free Firearms

By Cyberquill • 12/03/2016 • 4 Comments

If the expense associated with obtaining ID abridges your right to vote, then the expense associated with obtaining a gun abridges your right to keep and bear arms.

Electoral Woes

By Cyberquill • 11/17/2016 • 2 Comments

it is invalid to superimpose real-world election results onto hypothetical or futuristic election scenarios, as any such scenario would have altered the behavior of voters and candidates alike.

Proof that the U.S. Election is NOT Rigged

By Cyberquill • 10/28/2016 • 2 Comments

By refusing to pay the postage for absentee ballots, “the system” allows itself to miss out on likely Democratic votes.

Terror – Your Verdict

By Cyberquill • 10/22/2016 • 6 Comments

Under what circumstances, if any, is it justifiable to kill few to save many?

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