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Friday, August 27, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 8/27/2010

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

David Codrea has an urgent message for us all--'Tell the EPA to Reject the Lead Ammo Ban!!'

David also provides a timely update from David Olofson.

Vanderboegh pens an excellent read today entitled, 'Remember Who We Are--Liberty, Love, Leadership.'

WRSA gives us an update on the 'Restore the Constitution' rallies.

Pamela Geller reports that death threats against her and others who oppose the Ground Zero mosque are intensifying.

Billy Beck says, 'You play a very risky game when you make exceptions to fundamental principles.'  Agreed!  100%.

John Jacob H has an informative post on real gun-fights--the urban juvenile predator.  I would strongly urge you to read it.

Way Up North provides a roundup of all of the speculation and rumors concerning what Senator Lisa Murkowsky will do now that it appears she has lost to GOP challenger Joe Miller.  There is talk of an independent candidacy, and I even heard she may switch to the Libertarian ticket. But remember, this RINO needs to GO!  She is no better than Pelosi, Reid, or Schumer.

Tam reports that the city of Philadelphia is helping the economy sink into the tank even further!

Mike McCarville says that U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe, R-Oklahoma, predicts that the GOP will take over the Senate as well as the House in November.

Roberta X posts spot-on commentary on the 9th Circuit Court's asinine and tyrannical ruling that we the citizens have no right to privacy, even in our own driveways on our own property!

Blonde Sagacity points to a very different kind of poll that has some very telling results concerning Barack Obama and Muslims.

The Stiletto provides follow up information that further connects the Ground Zero Mosque with terrorism.

Days of our Trailers says that a politician went on the attack after having a gun control referendum crushed by voters.

And now it's WEASEL TIME--da bestest political cartoons on algore's internets.  As always, The Ol' Broad has 'em.  Enjoy...

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