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Friday, July 30, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 7/30/2010

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

Western Rifle Shooters Association has an explosive must-read on the coming civil war in America and the devastating effect should a thing will have on society, from top to bottom.

Vanderboegh posts an informative praxis on the BCM Charging Gun-Fighter Handle for the AR 15/M4/M16.

Pax Parabellum says that despite the NRA's despicable sellout, the DISCLOSE act is near death due to unanimous Republican opposition.

Gun Owners of America reports more on the stall of the DISCLOSE act in Congress.

The ever-moving Brigid has a 'post from the road.'

From John Jacob H: 'Real Gun Fights--Triggernometry.'

GunRights4US introduces us to a new gun blogger.  Take a look.

Days of our Trailers provides good reading today entitled, 'A Nation of Riflemen.'

From the Barrel of a Gun blasts the shredding of the Constitution by the current regime in 'I Don't Need No Stinking Probable Cause.'

Nicki wants to know why all this business about 'Snooki and Obama' is such a big news item.  I'll tell you why.  Half the electorate is so feebleminded and dumbed-down by a joke of a public education system that politics has been reduced to a Hollywood star-fest.  Case in point--wannabe rock star Obama on that mindless waste of the airwaves called 'the View.'

Squeaks has a wrap-up and the podcast from her new radio show she co-hosts with Breda called B. B. and Guns.'  Take a look.

Tam provides commentary on the Charles Rangel criminal and corruption flap going on in Congress.

Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership has a great survey going on what gun owners think about the state of America today.  Go over there and participate.  The results, as they say, should be 'very interesting.'

KC3 provides complete information concerning all of the big Kentucky gun shows going on between now and the end of the year.

It's FRIDAY, and you know what that means--it's WEASEL TIME, the best political cartoons on algore's internets.  As always, The Ol' Broad has 'em.

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