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Topic - Dave Kopel
Colorado Democratic legislators are passing a hail of new anti-gun laws that prevent the most vulnerable from defending themselves in places often targeted by rapists and mass killers. Similar bills are being rolled out by Democratic legislators in other states, headed to Congress.
David Kopel's Wednesday Commentary column, "Sotomayor targets guns now," is, unfortunately, an exercise in futility.
"I suppose you could basically shut down every other discretionary thing in the state budget," said Independence Institute research director David Kopel on Friday's edition of "Colorado Inside Out" on Colorado Public Television.
"We could get rid of higher education, get rid of the Colorado state patrol, get rid of every social service program we have in order to throw money into this sinkhole that Judge Rappaport pretends is mandatory under the constitution," he said.