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Thursday, September 09, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 9/9/2010

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

Tam gets us started today with 'you know you're a gun nut when...'

Breda announces the info concerning tonight's radio show hosted by Breda and Squeaks called 'B B and Guns.'  Take a look, and listen in.

Speaking of Squeaks, here she gives us a self-introduction.

The Wandering Minstrel shows us a sign depicting the prevailing view of Obama-Biden in Arizona.

GunRights4US notes that the U.S. military in Afghanistan burned Bibles so as not to offend Muslims.  Just some perspective on the hoop-la over the Koran burning in Florida.

Roberta X shares some good commentary on the nanny-state.

Alphecca reports that a lawsuit has been filed in Texas challenging the age-limitations on firearms purchases.

Billy Beck makes note of the fact that Fidel Castro has stated the Cuban model doesn't work anymore, and offers up some observations.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost says that the Colorado Supreme Court is out of control, like so many of our revisionist courts.

Days of our Trailers reports that the Illinois police has endorsed the Brady Campaign to rob citizens of their Constitutional rights.

Way Up North has today's latest updates on Murkowski, Palin, and other matters from Alaska.

From Traction Control: 'Hateful Me, Loving Liberals and Filthy, Parasitic Human Infants.'

Vanderboegh offers up some observations on the NRA's 'seeking to gut the latest federal gun bill.'

WRSA says that inverting the Constitution goes unpunished again and again.  This, folks, must change.

David Codrea reports that the 'firearms in commerce' hearing in the U.S. Senate will examine the practices of the BATFE.

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