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I am hearing from several sources that the NRA has been under heavy fire from members who are outraged over some of its actions of late. David Codrea reports that the organization may be looking at changing its stance on at least one of those issues.
Seattle Gun Rights Examiner Dave Workman has more on this explosive issues that is coming back to haunt the NRA.
Paul Valone says the NRA has 'sold out' and its time for members to call them to express their outrage.
Conservative Libertarian Outpost reports that the NRA is 'catching hell.'
Codrea also comments on a website that is spouting anti-gun propaganda.
Kurt Hofmann points to a grocery store chain that has seen the light and is no longer a 'gun-free zone.'
Vanderboegh has interesting news from the Bilderberg group--a gathering of some of the most powerful and influential people on the planet--and they are discussing the dangers of global COOLING. Wow. Imagine. Obama and Al Gore are shoving Cap and Trade down our throats based upon a lie. Who wouldda thunk it?
WRSA reports that the very same people who overregulate energy in America want to do the same with the Internet, including having the power to simply shut it down whenever they want.
This story from CNS follows up with the fact that the FCC is proceeding with regulating the Internet although the law prohibits them from doing so!!
Brigid provides very good evidence that the economy is NOT what the Obama Administration and government economists say it is.
Tam points to a 'picket line of parasites.' Take a look.
This is off topic, but Way Up North has a VERY interesting article on the 'top fuel' drag racers that use nitro-methane fuel and flat out get it on down the dragstrip in a blaze of glory. (A little-known fact about the Welshman is that he is a big fan of drag racing, especially the 'top fuel' and 'funny car' categories).
Every Blade of Grass has 'the gunbloggers' glossary.' Interesting!
TGIF, it's WEASEL TIME--the finest political cartoons on algore's internets. The Ol' Broad has 'em.