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Friday, August 20, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 8/20/2010

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

David Codrea examines the mindset of the Leftwing, such as the German socialists mentioned, who believe in the mantra, 'Gun rights for ME but not for THEE.'

Vanderboegh muses on the Manchurian President.  Is he really that incompetent, or is this all part of the plan?

WRSA has a report on the growing controversy over the 'stimulus' signs Obama is putting up all over the country, basically lying about certain projects being funded by taxpayers.  And why should taxpayers have to pay for those signs?

Conservative Libertarian Outpost says that the forces of anti-freedom are back with a vengeance.

Brigid is approaching the admirable milestone of 4 million visitors in just 2 years.  BOOOOO, Brigid!  LOL.  It has taken me FOUR YEARS to reach nearly 3/4 of a million.  It's alright, though.  I am thankful for the readers I have, and I am truly glad to see B. get a lot of attention.  She is an excellent writer.

Behind the Parapet opines on the importance of families and friends coming together for support during turbulent times.

From the Barrel of a Gun alerts us to an attempt at back-door gun control.

GunRights4US comments on the AP's action of instructing it's reporters to stop using the term 'Ground Zero Mosque.'  Damn Nazis.  This is precisely why journalism is dead in America and most people have about as much trust in the mainstream media as they do Congress.

Way Up North reports that Newsweek Magazine has a rather odd story entitled, 'Should Alaska Secede?'

Tam blogs on Smith and Wesson gun stuff.

The Wandering Minstrel dispels some common Arizona immigration myths.

Traction Control has an update on the Obama gun ban.  They have banned 100,000 rifles so far .

Alphecca reports that there could be another move afoot by the gun-grabbers to address the so-called 'gun show loop hole.'

And Friday brings us 'Weasel Time'--the best political cartoons on algore's internets.  As always, The Ol' Broad has 'em.

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