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Monday, October 18, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 10/18/2010

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

David Codrea describes how a personal experience with a mine accident brought to mind the hypocrisy of the anti-gun bigots.

Kurt Hofmann notes how gun rights and marijuana reform make strange bedfellows--or a marriage made in heaven.

Vanderboegh comments on the reports that Obama is suffering from 'deep depression.'

WRSA asks, 'Is America on a Burning Platform?'  Essential reading.

Brigid provides an interesting report on a trip to the firing range over the weekend.

CLO has a riveting read on the ruling class, past and present.

Way Up North posts some political news from the U.S. Senate race in Alaska--a leftwing nut job was detained at a recent rally for GOP contender Joe Miller. 

John Jacob H reports that the government-kidjacked Oathkeeper infant has been released, as Oathkeepers prepares a lawsuit against New Hampshire bureaucrats.

Tam reports a 'stupid cop trick' that occurred down in Montgomery, Alabama.  Despicable what they did.

Standing By points to an article that takes the wind out of the sails of those who believe that the coming revolution in America will be 'bloodless.'

Nicki says that as Europe finally begins to make progress, the U.S., on the other hand, is regressing.

Days of our Trailers took the AR out over the weekend to zero-in the new scope. 

Every Blade of Grass has some wisdom from 'Sam I Am' on gub'ment.

Alphecca alerts us to 2 cases in the news where gun rights were denied to citizens unfairly.

Around O-Town has an interesting 'divorce agreement' for America.

Pamela Geller is the subject of a major piece written by the great Robert Spencer, who says that the relentless attacks on Geller are totally unfair.  I agree.

Greg W. Howard is another American Patriot who has been much maligned, and even threatened, by Leftwing goons.

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