Focusing on guns, politics, and news of interest, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:
David Codrea reports that Iowa Carry says that a recent NRA bill is the best way to secure concealed carry rights.
Vanderboegh wonders if the village idiots in our present government do not want to get re-elected or do they have a chaos theory they are implementing. I firmly believe it's deliberate.
Western Rifle Shooters Association has a lolly-palooza of a MUST-READ on trends for 2010. Read it all, and brace yourselves.
Conservative Libertarian Outpost says that the GOA and the GOF have filed briefs in the Chicago gun case.
Also, Conservative Libertarian Outpost provides this must-read entitled, 'The Time Has Come.'
The Rustmeister reports the story of a little boy--4 years old--found wondering around a neighborhood with a can of beer in his hand.
Walls of the City provides essential reading on the attitude of the anti-gun bigots toward the ordinary citizens.
Texas Fred has the latest news from Pakistan.
Free in Idaho issues a thought-provoking challenge to all. Read it!
Alphecca points to an idiot writing in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on guns.
GunRights4US has 'a frightening future revisited.'
John Jacob H informs us of a refreshing story of a young economist who is quite a marksman too.
Pax Parabellum shares a video of man who was hit in the head with a .50 caliber ricochet.
From Tam: 'Flat-Black People-Poppers.'
The Newbius Papers points to an amazing essay on the current crisis entitled, 'Coordinated Illumination.'
Ride Fast and Shoot Straight shows us yet another example of the ridiculous consequences of 'gun-free school zones.'
Say Uncle provides more information on the new 4th generation of Glock handguns.
Sebastian reports that a newspaper, believe it or not, has questioned the practice of 'gun buy-backs.'
Nicki has some pointed words concerning the suggestion at Ft. Benning that gun owners who fail to register are 'terrorists.'
Way Up North posts a quote on gun registration. Sounds 'reasonable' to the antis. But wait till you see who said it!
And now, my friends, since it's Friday afternoon, you know what that means. It's WEASEL TIME--the funniest political cartoons on the Internet. The Ol' Broad has 'em. Enjoy...