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Monday, August 30, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 8/30/2010

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

David Codrea notes that the NRA took the easy way out by not endorsing either Harry Reid OR Sharron Angle in the U.S. Senate race in Arizona.  Quite odd, given that Angle is a staunch supporter of unfettered gun rights!  This is just more of the NRA's tiptoeing around engaging Reid, whom it has supported in the past, although the man is an enemy of liberty.

Vanderboegh posts a must-read today on the fact that many are convinced a war in the Middle East is coming soon.

From WRSA: 'The Constitution will be restored.  The only question is how rough do we have to get.'

Pamela Geller reports that the ominous and despicable Southern Poverty Law Center has linked her work to stop the Jihadists with 'white supremacy' groups!  Absolutely despicable.  Maybe the SPLC should be designated as a terrorist group.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost reports that the regulatory commissars of the Obama Administration KNEW that the oil drilling ban would kill jobs.

Brigid informs us of a friend of hers who made the cover of Concealed Carry Magazine.

Way Up North reports there may be some hijinks in the ballot box in the close race between RINO Lisa Murkowsky and conservative Republican challenger Joe Miller.

Tam has news on the infuriating court decision that allows GPS tracking devices in autos to monitor your every move, even in your own driveway.

John Jacob H blogs on lawful carry in a Texas bank.

GunRights4US observes that few of the comments one finds in response to blog entries are legit--most are just plain strange.

Days of our Trailers has an important read on kids and firearms.

Alphecca provides yet another example of the deceptiveness of the mainstream media, this time the Washington Post.

Roberta X makes some astute observations concerning how Americans gradually seem to 'get used to the fact' that our liberties slowly ebb away.

Behind the Parapet shows us the top stories on a typical day in the press...and we wonder why America is going to hell in a handbasket.

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