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Note to M—, on Brooksie

Fenster writes: Dear M—–, You and I have an ongoing dialogue going over David “Brooksie” Brooks.  I was once a fan, especially on his culture stuff.  Even second-rate Tom Wolfe can be excellent, and Brooks often was.  And he can … Continue reading

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Fenster Stands and Delivers

Fenster writes: This is a follow on to a post I wrote earlier today on gun control, which should be read first. That post dealt with the Second Amendment issues and pretty clearly suggested Fenster was persuaded that the Amendment … Continue reading

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Another Kind of Trigger Warning

Fenster writes: I awoke an hour or so ago with guns on my mind.  Maybe it was a hangover from a dream or, more likely, the residue of the many gunshots going off of late, and of the dust-ups resulting. … Continue reading

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Fabrizio del Wrongo writes: Given the play it receives in the media and on Facebook, it might surprise you to know that, according to Gallup, around 4% of Americans think gun control is the most important issue facing the country. Related. … Continue reading

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