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Friday, August 06, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 8/6/2010

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

David Codrea says that elected officials across the nation are split on the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.  Unconscionable.  There should be unanimous support for it.

Vanderboegh has several posts today about the possible nomination of Andrew Traver to head the ATF.  Be sure to look at the other posts in addition to this one.

Western Rifle Shooters Association points to a perspective on the current jobless rate, and the coming collapse...using the historical record as our guide.

Gun Owners of America reports on the horrific confirmation of Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court yesterday and vows it will hold the 5 GOP turncoats accountable.

Brigid provides a must-read on the passage of time.  Do yourself a favor and read it.

Way Up North posts 'The Declaration of Nullification'--a must-see video.

Breda has a question for the NRA in light of a recent statement by their good buddy Harry Reid.

Traction Control shows an excerpt from a caller into the Rush Limbaugh show concerning the mosque that is to be built on the 9/11 site. 

Pax Parabellum opines on why there is the need for the Tea Party.

GunRights4US commemorates the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, which is today.

Days of our Trailers has a photo that should of interest to those into bikes and guns.

And then, Behind the Parapet has a photo that should be of interest to those wonder what ZERO is up to now that wife and kids are out of town.

Pam Geller reports that a massive protest is in the works against the mosque at Ground Zero, and it will happen on September 11, 2010.  Maybe some of you can go.

Alphecca comments on THE news story that shows why a revolution is brewing in America against oppressive government.

The Ol' Broad has the political cartoon of the day.  We appreciate her efforts at providing humor in this world of woe.  Also, pray for her husband, who has been ill of late.

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