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Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 10/5/2010

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

Kurt Hofmann starts us off today with an excellent piece on why there is silence--the sounds of nothing but chirping night-creatures--on the percentage of so-called Mexican 'crime guns' that are actually traced.

Mike McCarville reports major news on the fact that the influence and impact of the 30-second TV ad in political campaigns is in decline.

Pamela Geller, national columnist, Fox News contributor, and blogger at Atlas Shrugs, has received a significant death-threat.  This post shows why not all death threats are created equal. 

CLO has the latest proof that fewer guns means more and more crime.

David Codrea asks, 'What's to debate when an anti-gun advocate has a criminal past?'

Squeaks sends out a rather disturbing alert that has put her out of pocket for a while.  These are the days when adversaries are kicking things up to the next level.

WRSA posts the MUST-read of the day.  Read it all, my friends.  The 'Dark One' is coming again!

Vanderboegh says that the NRA Weinermobile does a drive-by for liberty in New Mexico.  LOL!

Nicki notes that Great Britain has been forced to do what will surely come here as well, unless we STOP COLD the present march toward European-styled socialism.  As I said, the trainwreck is coming.

The Wandering Minstrel posts Part 10 of his great series on dispelling the myths of Arizona immigration.

Traction Control points to some 'gun porn' for your viewing pleasure.

Tam has an example of the adage--ignorance is no excuse for a law.

Way Up North reports that the race for the U.S. Senate in Alaska is getting nasty.

The Stiletto provides a news story that is an excellent follow-up to the post above on the Alaska Senate race, as Lisa Murkowski insults Alaskans.

Standing By muses on a recent article in the American Thinker that provides essential reading and pondering.  Go look.

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