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Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 10/13/2010

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

Roberta X points to the pernicious, poisonous pen of a gun-ban nut.

David Codrea declares that 'not all "crime guns" have been used in crimes,' and highlights the fallacy of referring to these guns in such a manner.

Tam comments on gun safety and kids.

Kurt Hofmann says that the ATF is working hard to price the poor right out of the self-defense market.

Days of our Trailers has an update on the anti-gun Joyce Foundation.

WRSA notes that some of the prevailing 'wisdom' contends that nonviolence is for civilians only.

Way Up North writes about a close call with an Alaskan grizzly.

Vanderboegh provides a MUST-read on an original three-percenter.

Standing By calls our attention to how close we are to losing due process entirely in modern-day America.

Brigid shares interesting info that there IS, in fact, at least one thing of which she is afraid--spiders!

The Stiletto has some updates on some stories in the news, including one concerning the First Amendment.

Around O-Town notes that the latest terror threat is to government workers in D.C.

GunRights4US has ESSENTIAL reading on the tactics of the Leftwing, entitled, '7 Rules for Progressives.'  Don't miss this one!

From CLO: 'Why Carrying a Gun is a Civilized Act.'

Behind the Parapet observes that in the present various campaigns EVERYBODY is claiming to be a conservative.  The thing is, not everyone can be.  Even those who voted in favor of the Obama raping of America are now claiming to be 'conservative.'  Don't be duped.

Gun Pundit points to yet another NRA endorsement that is sure to enrage conservatives.

Traction Control has what I call a 'holy toledo' photo of Jessica Simpson behind a Twin .50.  Be sure to click the photo to embiggen.

The Wandering Minstrel shares 'an exotic gun collection.'

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