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Monday, September 13, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 9/13/2010

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

David Codrea asks the million-dollar question today--why is the anti-gun Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of NYC, endorsing Harry Reid?

Codrea also reports that the firearms-in-commerce hearings in the U.S. Senate have been indefinitely postponed.  Hmmm...

The ThreeperSphere is a brand new site for news concerning the merry band of the three-percenters.  Take a look, and bookmark it.

Vanderboegh reports that the Obama Gestapo is at work as Health and Human Services threatens insurance companies over ObamaCare. Sieg Heil!

WRSA says we are on a collision course, and we must be prepared.  Take a look.

Karl Denninger of Market Ticker sounds a dire warning concerning the markets--yes, it is just that bad.

Brigid has an excellent post on self-defense, in case you missed it.

Around O-Town reports that Mexican drug smugglers have opened fire on U.S. border patrol agents.

Pamela Geller gives us a full report, including key speeches, from the big 9/11-Ground Zero Mosque protest rally in NYC on Saturday.

Geller also provides this MUST-read from the Hindu Human Rights Watch Spokesman--"Never Trust a Politician Who Says Islam is a Religion of Peace

John Jacob H sounds the alarm that Obama is nationalizing the nation's waterways.

Way Up North muses on that all-important concept of liberty, and points to a must-read on the subject.

Tam has a post just for the hardware geek who indulges in firearms navel-gazing.

Standing By points to a great article on American conservatism.

Days of our Trailers posts news about the Illinois State Rifle Association.

Every Blade of Grass provides a video entitled, '3 Things You Don't Know about Islam.'

Alphecca says the New York Times wants the EPA to re-open its push to eliminate lead from ammo.

Blonde Sagacity has a political cartoon that nails it--entitled, 'Disproportionate Response.'

Gun Pundit provides a rapid-fire video of the Chiappa Rhino revolver.

Squeaks reports that there are some major problems with GPal.  Looks like a case for the Better Business Bureau.

From the Stiletto: 'In My Shoes--Nine Years and Counting.'

Traction Control notes that conservative Christine O'Donnell may be poised to pull a major upset in Delaware.  She is endorsed by the Tea Party, Mark Levin, and Sarah Palin.

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