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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 5/12/2010

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

Tam wonders how many 'old guns' are still in use by the citizenry.

Way Up North shows us what the Alaska Constitution says about the right to keep and bear arms.

Traction Control posts information on a fellow gun-blogger we have known for a long time but from whom we hear very little anymore. 

The Wandering Minstrel shows us a place where the Constitution is upheld and where CCW is welcomed.

The Rustmeister reports that the number of colleges allowing concealed carry on campus has DOUBLED.

Robb Allen notes that the anti-gunners are habitual liars.

Say Uncle has 'the coolest picture you'll see today.'

Brigid has an impressive MUST-read today.  Not much I can add to that, other than it is a MUST-read!!

GunRights4US reports that the standing army the Founders feared is here among us, today.

Free in Idaho posts a video showing that perhaps city boys shouldn't use guns due to their lack of 'gun control.'  Watch and you will see what he means.

Every Blade of Grass notes that the great Jeff Cooper would have turned 90 years old this week.

Roberta X notes some 'pants shittin' hysterics' over guns in a local newspaper.

Alphecca says that the Brady Bunch poll shows most Americans oppose open carry.  I am sure we all trust this non-biased source?  The fact that the Bradys represent the most vociferous attack on firearms rights in the nation would have nothing to do with it, now, would it?

Hofmann provides an updated report on Mexican drug cartels and guns.

Codrea has a report on the decision of a court to override an earlier ruling that would allow the Hutaree militia to get out of jail.

Vanderboegh found Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan's handprints all over a case involving gun bans.

Western Rifle Shooters Association declares that the New World Order is now complete.  Time for serious action.

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