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Friday, September 11, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 9/11/09

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

Via The War on Guns, Oath Keepers posts its itinerary during the massive citizen march on Washington, DC tomorrow. Our friends from Sipsy Street Irregulars and Western Rifle Shooters Association will be there.

David Codrea reports that a candidate for the U.S. Senate from the state of Nevada deserves the support of gun owners. Her name is Sharron Angle. Read all about it.

Say Uncle and a bunch of others, including Ride Fast and Shoot Straight, Sebastian, The Wandering Minstrel and Traction Control are now in Reno for the annual Gun Bloggers Rendezvous.

Mr. Completely provides the first report from Reno.

The Rustmeister has an excellent roundup of the various posts on 9/11 from the gun bloggers. It is well worth the time to take a look and click on the links.

Robb Allen has written THE must-read of the day! This is good stuff, and if you don't read it, you are as dumb as an old mule staring at a new gate.

Nicki is back, I'm glad to say, after I thought she had fallen off the face of the earth. Glad to have her back!

Way Up North reports all of the latest news from the great state of Alaska, including an update on Sarah Palin.

The Newbius Papers posts an excellent refresher on the Constitution and Presidential succession. This may turn out to be more important than any of us thought, given that a rising tide of voices are calling for the removal of Obama from office, given his outright assault on the supreme law of the land--the U.S. Constitution.

Alphecca reports that the FBI has issued a study which concludes there is no such thing as a 'gun show loophole,' despite that claim by anti-gun bigots and their organizations.

Free in Idaho has a story that reminds us that leftwing wackos are dangerous. Read it.

Meeting on the Green says, 'Congressman Joe Wilson speaks for ME!' Me too, my friend.

Pax Parabellum reports that the open carry movement has won another one. Great news!

Texas Fred provides a moving remembrance of a lady who lost her life on 9/11.

Walls of the City has this memorial from Project 2996.

The Black Sphere, a new blog to the Roundup, has an excellent post on the ACORN scandal that would be wise to read. By the way, the blogger here appeared on Glenn Beck on Fox News yesterday. Excellent stuff!

And now, for some therapeutic humor, The Old Broad posts the finest political cartoons on the Internet. Enjoy...

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