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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 4/20/2010

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

Vanderboegh has an important word to say about the Waco, Texas massacre perpetrated by the Federal Government against defenseless, albeit crazy, cult-members.

Days of our Trailers posts some pics of the 2A marches on Washington yesterday, and calls our attention to what the Brady bunch had to say about the rallies.

21 Guns Salute has the must-read quote of the day on the Constitutional carry of guns.

Alphecca notes that the NRA is taking heat for its usual failure to support some very strong gun rights initiatives among the various states.

American and Proud congratulates Arizona on its new Constitutional gun law but laments that California is about to BAN the open carry of firearms.

Way Up North blogs on an open carry march in Alaska, which took place yesterday afternoon.

Tam comments on the hysteria of the loony left as contrasted with the peaceful armed 2A marches around the country yesterday.

Texas Fred has an important read on the fact that 3 out of 4 Americans do NOT trust the federal government in Washington.

JohnJacobH notes that the ATF is notorious for fraud in its relentless pursuit of gunowners, and has  interesting video, audio, and links on cops that repent of their actions.

Brigid provides an excellent tutorial on cleaning your gun and keeping it clean.

From GunRights4US: 'Should Only Government Possess Weapons?'

Every Blade of Grass reports a terribly sad example of what happened to a friend while in the ultimately safe environment of that gun-free zone, Chicago.

Kurt Hofmann posts important commentary on the ridiculous charges of 'sedition' being hurled at citizens who criticize the government.

Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership issues an alert today about an Al Sharpton wannabe in Wisconsin.

Of Arms and the Law reports that D.C. gave up on its push for a 'voting rights' bill in Congress because they didn't want to give up violating the 2nd Amendment.

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