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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 7/21/2010

All guns and politics, from the best gun rights-and-liberty bloggers on the Internet!

Kurt Hofmann provides an extensive roundup of the various articles at Examiner which focus on gun rights and liberty issues.

Around O-Town says that all free citizens should tell the U.N. to shut up!  Take a look at his reason.

Greg W. Howard is the new Birmingham Personal Finance Examiner, and he provides a great read on Obama the bear market President.  Greg is a friend and does a fine job.  Take a look!

Brigid commemorates the Lockerbie, Scotland massacre, when a Soviet missile blew up an airliner over the U.K. in 1988.

David Codrea highlights a news story that depicts the conditioned 'victim mentality' that has led to a sheep-like compliance and over-reliance on law enforcement in dangerous situations..

Way Up North has a MUST-see video on civil disobedience. 

Unbe-freakin'-lievable!  Vanderboegh shows us that Obama's healthcare law goes after gold coins and the people who own them!  Can't have citizens opting out of the government-controlled financial system run by Wall Street and the Federal Reserve, can we!

From Tam: 'It Can Get Ugly When the Trees Fight Back.'

Western Rifle Shooters Association reminds us that whatever tactic the government uses against Jihadist terrorists will also be applied to those the government designates as 'domestic terrorists' as well--and that will include ordinary citizens going about their business but who oppose The Regime!

Pax Parabellum has MUST-read commentary on the NAACP flap revolving around the firing of a govt employee who made racist comments.

Every Blade of Grass asks, 'What kind of a conservative are YOU?'

Days of our Trailers posts a response he received from the American Hunters and Shooters Association concerning an inquiry recently over an Amicus brief.

GunRights4US provides a history and primer on controlling the southern border with Mexico.  Essential reading.

Billy Beck highlights a few items in the news that should be interesting reading for gun rights and liberty activists.

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