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Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 9/7/2010

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

Around O-Town says it's time to flush political correctness once and for all, and he has a perfect example.

Kurt Hofmann asks, 'Does Environmental Terrorism Incident Prove that ALL Armed Resistance is Wrong?'

From Conservative Libertarian Outpost: 'Epic Fail Obama--State Department Squirms.'

Brigid has the 'range quote of the day.'

Way Up North provides a Tuesday report from the great state of Alaska.

David Codrea points to an FBI case that shows a government double-standard on guns and freedom.

Vanderboegh has a timely reminder of what happens when things get civil war messy.  And it sure ain't pretty.

WRSA notes that Constitution Day is coming up on September 17, and reminds us of some rallies around and about.

Standing By wants to know why the 'feminazis' aren't defending THESE women!  I ask the same thing, although I am pretty certain I know the answer...

Tam comments on Ohio's attempt to get concealed carry permits approved for restaurants that serve alcohol.

John Jacob H posts THE MUST-SEE of the week!  It's William Shatner's interview with Sara Weaver in the aftermath of the infamous Ruby Ridge incident during which government thugs committed murder.

GunRights4US has 'my my how times have changed.'  Take a look.

Day of our Trailers calls attention to the fact that gun control freaks often do quite a bit of history-revisionism when trying to push their point.

Behind the Parapet adds spot-on commentary to the latest news of ZERO's new stimulus initiative.

Alphecca highlights the fact that Australia has granted an exemption to one group of people in its handgun ban.

Dustin's Gun Blog has the entire 'Restoring Honor' Rally video in case you missed it or wish to see it again.

Billy Beck says that 'Paul Krugman is a howling incompetent.'

The Stiletto comments on the DOJ's lawsuit against Sheriff Joe in Arizona, along with other updates on current issues.

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