Guns in the wild west: regulated, with no fears about ripping the Constitution

Summary:  An oddity of the New America is how we stumble when dealing with problems solved not just by our peers in other developed nations, but in our past.  Gun control is but one example. Other nations, our peers in the developed world, have accomplished what we're told is impossible for Americans: reducing gun ownership.  … Continue reading Guns in the wild west: regulated, with no fears about ripping the Constitution

Myth-busting about gun use in the Wild West

Summary:  America's broken Observation-Orientation-Decision-Action becomes most visible during political debates. For both Left and Right,  fidelity to group dogma about "hot  button" issues defines the group, about which no heterodox thought is allowed. This gives US debates their Alice-visiting-Oz feel, with one of both sides uninterested in inconvenient facts.  Previously we looked at climate change … Continue reading Myth-busting about gun use in the Wild West