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Monday, May 03, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 5/3/2010

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

David Codrea says that a recent pit bull study has some amazing parallels for the current gun debate.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost sends out the new alert from Gun Owners of America concerning the massive power-grab going on in Congress.

Kurt Hofmann says that resisting tyranny is NOT a new idea nor an invention of the gun rights movement.

Ed Stone of Atlanta writes about the latest NRA debacle over a gun rights bill in Georgia, leading to several resignations from the organization.

Paul Valone of Charlotte notes that the man arrested for having a gun in the parking lot of an Asheville airport just as Obama's plane was taking off may have committed no crime whatsoever.

Vanderboegh reports that his blog, Sipsy Street Irregulars, has been banned from Department of Defense computers.  Apparently the Pentagon doesn't want anyone to see an alternative point of view...

Western Rifle Shooters Association reports that the tax Nazis now know who you are, where you are located, and are prepared to use armed force to deal with you.

Tam serves up some snark for the imbecile who wrote an opinion piece in the WSJ on open carry.

The Newbius Papers has some spot-on observations concerning the failed Times Square bombing.

Around O-Town issues a serious warning to would-be terrorists who may go to Florida, given that the state has a tough law that allows citizens to use deadly force in self-defense.

Days of our Trailers points to a fellow who took him apart for being part of a militia that supports gun rights.

Way Up North posts a range and ammo report from the weekend, way up in the great state of Alaska.

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