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Friday, September 28, 2007

Second Amendment News Roundup for 9/28/07

Focusing on guns and politics, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

Nicki at The Liberty Zone writes about Switzerland's shame in allowing a group of Leftwing nutcase Socialists to convince the Swiss Federal Assembly to take away all of the ammo for firearms in the country and store it in government facilities:

Alphecca also weighs in on Switzerland's shame:

Traction Control alerts us to a strange twist--exercising a legal right is now a crime at a state fair:

Pribek (Trouble Ain't Over) has this interesting post on Ahmadinejad at Columbia U.:

The Bitch Girls point to the stance of the Democratic Presidential candidates on a national smoking ban:

Snow Flakes in Hell blogs about the gun ban on American Airlines' overseas flights:

Sharp as a Marble responds to an opinion piece in Seattle on guns and gun control:

Say Uncle points to a Gun Blogger Rendezvous update:

Red's Trading Post provides us with an important update on the retaliation practices of the ATF toward citizens and businesses:

Of Arms and the Law posts Glenn Reynold's take on the D.C. gun case:

Oscar Poppa says it's time to go hunting. The wild hog population in Texas is soaring:

Mike McCarville reports today that those who hope to beat U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, in his re-election bid have already soiled their hands by commending's hate speech against General Petraeus:

Armed and Safe requests suggestions from readers concerning his desire to build his own gun:

This is hilarious! Buck Nekkid? Blogonomicon writes about a group of people who want to stand atop the highest mountains in the world 'buck nekkid':

Gun Law News comments on yesterday's report, first reported by The McCarville Report, that Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn, R-Oklahoma, single-handedly stopped H.R. 2640 in the Senate:

Gun Owners of America issues this alert concerning Senator Coburn's stand:

The Buckeye Firearms Association is reporting today that Fred Thompson has won the Republican straw poll in Ohio, beating second-place Rudy Giuliani by 9 percentage points:

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