Does the danger pass when burglars are no longer capable of standing up and harming you? Or does it end when they’re dead?
The case had all the makings of a nationwide debate on the right of people to defend themselves in their own homes. It was tailor-made for the demagoguery that accompanies shootings like this. But for the most part, that hasn’t happened. Read more →
Key points on the NSA data collection ruling, which is likely headed for the Supreme Court. Read more →
If you’re dressed in blaze orange during deer hunting season, holding a 12-gauge shotgun, sitting on an ATV in a camouflage deer blind, and four deer slugs sitting beside you, what are you doing? A three-judge panel of the Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled today that you’re hunting, when it shot down the attempt of Read more →