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Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 10/20/2010

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

Mike McCarville comments on that MSNBC crackpot, Rachel Maddow, and yet another of her kooky assertions.

Standing By presents a good primer on 'social justice'--which, as it turns out, involves no justice at all.

Tam opines on the ever-changing rules of gun safety, and offers one of her own.

Roberta X adds her two-cents on 'the rules.'

Traction Control says that a new Federal land-grab in New Mexico, compliments of progressive Democrat Senators, essentially rolls out the welcome mat for illegal aliens. 

John Jacob H asserts that the snub-nosed revolver is still the preferred handgun of choice for everyday protection.  I agree.  I love the wheel guns.  I prefer the .38 military and police special.  It has withstood the test of time.

David Codrea asks, Should Gun Owners Have Their Heads Examined?

Vanderboegh alerts us to an article in a major magazine that wonders if the Federal Reserve will cause a Civil War in America.

Kurt Hofmann has a roundup of all of the articles from gun rights examiners at

CLO wonders 'who is left to blame now?'

Nicki offers up commentary on the latest smear of Sarah Palin.

From Billy Beck:  'These Damned Kids, These Days.'

Days of our Trailers has 'the voice of gun control.'

Alphecca points to a story that indicates the NRA may be ok with a study on implementing microstamping.  Is this yet another NRA sellout?

Karl Denninger, the great market guru, notes the danger of investing in the stock market presently.

The Wandering Minstrel blogs on the 'punisher slide plate for Glock.'

The Stiletto points to an article indicating that the Democrats' hold on the South continues to wane.

Oleg Volk offers his latest pictorial commentary on gun rights and why they are important to keeping government in check.

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