Questions and Answers | National Review

Questions and Answers | National Review

Writing in the New York Times, Gail Collins asks:

Guns, often loaded, are left lying around a terrifying number of homes. Why doesn’t Congress at least pass a law requiring they be kept under lock and key?

The answer to her question is: Because Congress does not have the authority to do so.

I feel like maybe there’s some good way to get these questions answered before putting them in a national newspaper column. Maybe we could organize some kind of emergency airlift of Charles C. W. Cooke columns or, you know, a book.

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