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Thursday, August 19, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 8/19/2010

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

Mike McCarville, one of the most respected journalists in the nation, reports that the Obama message is becoming 'incoherent.'

Jennifer Weber writes an important article on 'A Day of Reckoning.'

Roberta X has 'Where the Newspaper Used to Be.'

Alphecca reports good news that a San Francisco gun shop is to be reopened.

Pamela Geller alerts us to a BIG anti-9/11 mosque protest in NYC on September 11.

Blonde Sagacity says that the power of the Lefty Tower of Babble has crumbled.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost makes a pitch for the Libertarian Party.

Days of our Trailers refutes the claim by a couple of numbskulls that 'the firearms industry is dying.'

From the Barrel of a Gun posts some information on the Appleseed project.

GunRights3US identifies the juror who is responsible for the hung jury on all counts, but one, in the Blago trial.

I admit I am a big Clint Eastwood fan.  I loved all his movies, from the 'Spaghetti Westerns' to 'Dirty Harry' to some of his most recent films.  Brigid blogs on the Spaghetti Westerns, which, by the way, got their name from the fact that Eastwood went to Italy to shoot them, where filming could be done much more cheaply.  And they are excellent films.  My favorite is 'High Plains Drifter.'

John Jacob H reports that a couple of Commies raided and vandalized a hunter's cabin.

The Stiletto provides commentary on radio host Dr. Laura Schlessinger;s departure from the air following a flap over her use of the N-word.

Way Up North makes some random comments on the issues of the day.

Tam says that there are stress issues with the Smith & Walther P-22.  Hi-Point also has issues with the same thing.

Vanderboegh responds to the assertion that it's 'time to control your boys before the shit hits the fan.'

Western Rifle Shooters Association points to the great Thomas Sowell's latest book, 'Dismantling America.'

David Codrea reports that despite it's total gun bans, China cannot stop the gun trade that continues--a lesson for gun ban enthusiasts in America.


Patrick Sperry said...

Thanks for the welcome back Anthony!

As for my recent post I wasn't pushing so much for the Libertarian Party (I left them in 2000 when the whacko's took it over.) as for some new revitalization within the American political establishment. Something along the lines of a hostile takeover of the Republican Party by the TEA Party movement.

Have a good one!

Brigid said...

I know you don't have control over it, but do you know one of the google ads on your sidebar is to give money to the President so he can "change Washington".

Have a great day and thanks for the link!


Welshman said...

Patrick, welcome back! Missed you during your long absence. And thanks for the correction.

Brigid--I don't have control over it, Brigid, and it makes me livid when they do that. But, the up-side is that most of the ads they place are compatible with this blog. So, I guess I can be thankful for that at least.

Good to see you, and thanks for dropping by!