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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 9/15/2010

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

Western Rifle Shooters Association starts us off today with a few items concerning the RINO massacre that occurred yesterday.

Open Carry is always a reliable source of a load of information concerning the right to openly carry firearms.

Gun Owners of America celebrates a string of victories, including that of Christine O'Donnell over RINO Mike Castle in Delaware.

David Codrea asks, 'Can companies require employees to disarm while on company business?'

Traction Control has a series of reports from the range at the Gun Bloggers Rendezvous.  Just go over there and start scrolling.

Breda points to an interesting news story on cats and guns...and the woman who hoarded them.

Vanderboegh opines on the attempt by the Feds to harass hunters.

Standing By says that you're not paranoid if they're really out to get you.

From Way Up North: 'What Were They Thinking?'

Brigid does some sorting out of the things that are necessary in light of a recent visit with her Dad.

Conservative Libertarian Outpost reminds us that we are taxed enough already, and that this should motivate us to hold the politicians' feet to the fire.

Alphecca points to a letter to the editor in a Canadian newspaper extolling the 'virtues' of limited FREEDOM.

GunRights4US provides an eye-opener on how the government spends our money.

Murdoc shows us an interesting poll on whether or not Iraq is better off after the U.S. decimation of the Hussein regime.

Nicki notes that some within the Muslim world have adjusted upward--way upward--the number of virgins that await those who blow themselves up for Allah and Big Mo.  Adjusted for inflation?

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