Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:
CNS News Service reports that Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the man who wrote the majority opinion in the Heller decision, has stated that the concept of 'original intent' is making a comeback in the U.S. judiciary. Let's hope he's right.
Walls of the City says, 'Go back to school,' concerning a case of a woman who was thrown out of a business for carrying a firearm.
The Smallest Minority has the quote of the day from one of my favorite writers, Victor Davis Hanson. Read his poignant assessment of education in America today.
Texas Fred says that Secretary Gates is reviewing the readiness of the military to 'defend the homeland.' Do you hear echos of the coming Civilian Security Force?
Live From the (Upper) Texas Gulf Coast points to David Hardy's assessment of columnist George Will's assertion that the right to keep and bear arms is a 'disputed right.'
Insight on Freedom posts 'The End of the World, or Not?'
Conservative Libertarian Outpost has Chuck Norris' riveting piece entitled, 'If Democracy Doesn't Work, Try Anarchy.'
Bloviating Zeppelin reports the good news that Islamic extremists have lost 2 court cases in recent days.
This is NOT good news. Dr. John Lott says that the Georgia Senate race recount is tied. I smell the approach of Democrat vermin who will attempt to steal the seat away from Senator Chambliss using underhanded schemes.
The AFP is reporting that the U.S. will watch the Russian-Venezuelan military maneuvers in the Caribbean very closely. Russian warships are now positioned in the Caribbean.
Caroline Glick, Middle East expert and journalist, has the MUST-read of the day on how President George Bush can save at least part of his legacy in the waning days of his Presidency.
Codrea's War on Guns has several must-reads today. They are all good:
*Exercised to the Limit
*Conspiracy is coming to light concerning Obama's 'election.'
*Obama's compulsory national service for 18-25 year olds
*Gun vote records for members of the Democratic caucus
Sebastian reports that Mr. Completely is back in the hospital. Time to offer some more prayer for our fellow gun blogger!
Breda posts the information on tonight's edition of Gun Nuts--The Next Generation.
Mindful Musings posts essential reading entitled, 'The Next Level.'
Mike Vanderboegh has his new blog up and running. It's called Sipsey Street Irregulars. Just click on the link and start scrolling.
Syd reminds us that in South Carolina this weekend, gun sales are tax free on Friday and Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Alphecca reports good news for gun rights in Georgia.
Armed and Safe provides a good read entitled, 'Obama, Executive Orders, and the Gephardt Doctrine.'