"For those that never used a gun they see no reason for them. Those of us that used them no one will ever take them from us. The real question is if you take the 2nd amendment from gun users then why not take all the other rights away because you…"
"Iron sharpens iron." A place for men to impact each other by debate and exchange of ideas. This is a group where no ideas are off limits. If your motto is, "I never talk about politics or religion," this group is probably not for you. A "gym" for thinkers.See More
"My grandpa and dad owned a barbershop together in a small town in Michigan. It looked almost exactly like the picture you have on your inaugural discussion. A two chair shop where all the older guys of the town would stop in after they got their…"
It's just seems natural that Art of Manliness should have a barbershop group. My intent of this group is to gather and share general thoughts and experiences concerning barbershops. Anything from a good barbershop that you have found to pictures and stories of shops you have visited to discussing anything barbershop. See More
"I believe shaking a hand is a sign of respect toward that person. If you have no respect for the individual you are dealing with I wouldn't shake his hand. It has happened to me countless times in my line of work and I don't feel bad about…"
Every gentleman should be able to adequately protect himself and his family from ruffians’ intent on doing harm. This group welcomes anyone who takes pride in their second amendment right to keep and bear arms in a legally concealed manner.
"Yeah, I've known for a while that although I'm comfortable with working class, because that's where I grew up, I can never be working class. But now I'm seeing how I feel superior to the lower class -- a fault that I blame…"
"Depends on what you mean by "inferior." Regardless, the claim used to market him that he was a centrist is patently false. One scale put him to the left of Kagan, and almost to the left of Ginsburg.
Also, boring picks are underrated."
"Constitutionally, we don't. But, there is statutory legislation setting the number of Justices. Congress would have to change it.
After Scalia died, I read an interesting opinion article (at the Federalist, maybe) that we ought to de-fang the…"