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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 4/13/2010

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

Breda has this nifty item about artsy liberals, guns, politics.

Vanderboegh reports that an infamous gun control advocate has his shorts in a bunch over the armed gathering of citizens on the Potomac on April 19.

Robb Allen posts an informative piece on grips, pics included.

From the Wandering Minstrel'Why and How to Keep and Bear Arms.'

Standing By provides a must-read on how we wound up with so many accepting their chains in this government-controlled society.

Bloviating Zeppelin notes that top economists predict social unrest in the wake of the unsustainable debt load and spending the government is doing...all the more reason to be armed for self-defense.

Free in Idaho reminds us not to forget that Thursday, April 15 is Buy a Gun (and ammo) Day.

Days of our Trailers has the latest news on the Illinois gun-grabbers.

Tam reports that there is rumbling about more lawsuits concerning Montana's Firearms Freedom Act.

Way Up North provides an Alaska legislative update, part of which involves firearms.

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