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David Codrea sends out an alert that a Senate committee will begin holding hearings on firearms in commerce, but there is very little information about what's going on.
Nicki follows up with why such an announcement should make us nervous.
Kurt Hofmann reports that when it comes to legal self-defense in Chicago, the poor need not apply.
Around O-Town directs our attention to the latest madness emanating from the 'Kalifornia' of the south.
WRSA, however, has some good news that citizens in N.C. are defying the government ban on 'emergency' transport of guns.
Vanderboegh comments on the fact that a RINO who was ousted by a Tea Party backed Republican is now turning to the Libertarian Party to save her career.
Way Up North has more on that story.
Mike McCarville reports that Senator Tom Coburn, R-Oklahoma, may be the one leading the charge to repeal ObamaCare when that process begins in earnest. Good. Coburn is a physician and a staunch conservative.
Tam gives some advice to those who want guns with pistons.
Standing By notes that a pastor in Florida intends to burn the Koran on 9/11 and offers some insight.
Behind the Parapet adds his perspective on the issue as well.
Brigid says it's time to go to the range and 'split some hairs.'
Conservative Libertarian Outpost opines that actions speak louder than words when it comes to the NRA's handling of the Senate race between Harry Reid and Sharron Angle.
Days of our Trailers blogs on Mayor Daley's decision not to seek reelection in Chicago.
The Oxpecker says that Obama's political toxicity is on display.