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Thursday, January 17, 2008

Second Amendment News Roundup for 1/17/08

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

Snow Flakes in Hell points to two polls that show Fred Thompson surging ahead in South Carolina:

John Lott reports that Fred Thompson was the very first GOP candidate to blast the Bush Administration for its support of the D.C. gun ban in the Heller case:

The Buckeye Firearms Association has an analysis of the Democratic candidates' stance on gun control, and of course, the news isn't good:

From the NRA: Georgia Senate to vote on right-to-carry legislation (the vote is today!):

Eugene Volokh says that apparently Preacher Huckabee hasn't been paying attention to his Bible:

Liberals love to portray conservatives as 'intolerant.' ROFL! Michelle Malkin has the statistical proof that it is actually the Liberals who are most intolerant, and downright dangerous!:

This is no real surprise, but still....Nicki reports that the ACLU has summarily rejected the Second Amendment as an individual much for our 'liberties,' eh?:

Nicki also has a complete run-down on why the Huckster is no conservative:

Looks like Tam was all geared up for a big snowfall in Knoxville last night, but all they got was rain. On the other side of the mountains, in the foothills of South Carolina, we got about 3-4 inches of snow. It was real purdy too:

Squeaky posts some serious, in-depth religious and philosophical questions that are well-worth the time to read:

Mike McCarville reports on campaign dirty tricks in the days leading up to the GOP primary this Saturday, and Romney and Huckabee are right in the middle of it:

Armed and Safe alerts us to a new initiative to 'stem the flow of illegal guns into Mexico,' which of course, is Mexican code for 'we want the U.S. to pass more gun control':

Cap'n Bob and the Damsel blog on well-balanced pistols, including not only the Warthog, but the S & W 908 and the Glock 26 and 30 models:

The ATF is at it again. Red's reports that the JBTs now claim that any individual who sells a gun must be federally licensed as a gun dealer (although it is legal for individuals to sell guns):

Say Uncle has a link to an excellent explanation as to why the popular vote is bad for a Constitutional Republic such as ours (in case you are still wondering, I am all for keeping the Electoral College):

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