Originally published in the New Haven Register about three years ago, this piece is still, unfortunately, highly relevant. So here it is again, with updated statistics.
These days, any American not living under a rock would have to conclude that women’s reproductive organs are considered more hazardous than assault weapons.
To quote our own Declaration of Independence: “Let the facts be submitted to a candid world.” Just a few of these facts will suffice to show that tens of millions of us live in states whose legislators believe that access to assault weapons is a God-given right, while concurrently holding the conviction that our lady parts are a threat to the Republic, and therefore require close supervision by elected representatives. Continue reading