05 December 2007

Harvard Crimson Got It Wrong, And Right

Recently, the student editors at the Harvard Crimson smugly said the Second Amendment should be abolished. When the opinion piece appeared, I made sure to include it in the pages of The Ready Line. Washington Times writer Robert VerBruggen takes exception to many of the paper's arguments in this piece in The American Spectator.

He notes, however, that the editors also got some of the stuff right. Particularly with respect to acknowledging that the 2A is an individual right. Which is why, if you look closely at what the students wrote, they believe it must go away.

Mr. VerBruggen, you rule!

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