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David Codrea asks an excellent question--are police the only ones that should be armed in establishments that serve alcohol?
Kurt Hofmann reports that the NRA has endorsed John McCain in the GOP primary against J.D. Hayworth, in spite of the fact that McCain has a dismal record on gun rights. Go figure.
Conservative Libertarian Outpost has a MUST-read today on the UN Small Arms Treaty and the dangers it poses to gun rights...and once again the NRA is downplaying the danger. So, what's up with the NRA these days? Looks like to me they are not only going soft but even helping the enemy!
Mike Vanderboegh says that the ATF has been placed in charge of law enforcement coordination in the event of a massive power grid failure in anticipation of trouble coming from a pending solar flare. Heaven help us all.
Western Rifle Shooters Association posts a riveting read on the coming worldwide economic collapse. The forces are set in motion, and there's not much we can do about it. Marx would be proud.
Brigid graces us with 'a day in pictures.' Question--why was I not there? Better question--why was I not invited!!?? lol
Jennifer III posts the excellent 'Prohibiting Weapons--An Exercise in Futility.'
Way Up North presents 'Three Cheers for Arizona!' Amen, brother!
Tam says she bought a gun from a WWII vet on the day we commemorate 'D-Day' during which the U.S. and Allied Forces began to lay to waste the Nazi vermin.
Around O-Town reports some interesting news on what the mainstream media did not tell us concerning the Arizona rancher who was murdered by illegal aliens.
John Jacob H has the video of what is among the top 5 most moving speeches in the history of the U.S.--President Ronald Reagan's commemoration of the 40th anniversary of D-Day. Don't miss it. And if a tear doesn't come to your eye while watching this, then I highly suspect you are a Commie. (And I would say it was Reagan who delivered at least 3 out of the top 5 most moving speeches!).
Mike McCarville also commemorates D-Day with this article.