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Monday, October 25, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 10/25/2010

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

David Codrea says that the NRA's own criteria demand that they oppose Harry Reid, which they have not done!  Getting rid of Oil Can Harry--or 'Superman'--is an absolute MUST!

Kurt Hofmann reports that an ominous arms treaty, pushed by Barack Obama, has reared its ugly head again.

Vanderboegh was interviewed on French Public Radio recently, and here he gives us a report.

WRSA provides vital information on 'The Jamestown Foundation.'  Take a look.

Brigid posts an interesting read on the naming of guns.

CLO has been away for a few days, and here he brings us up to date on what he's been up to and what's been on his mind.  Good reading.

Way Up North is back home in Alaska after a trip down into the urban jungles of the lower 48.

Around O-Town alerts us to the commentary of Steven Crowder, and he has some links to some good ones, particularly the video on gun control.

Tam posts a MUST-see video lampooning Barbara Boxer, entitled, 'Call Me Senator.'

Mike McCarville shows us two photos depicting an amazing resemblance between Jack Nicholson's 'The Joker' and......well, take a look.

From Days of our Trailers:  'Avoiding the Hard Questions.'

Alphecca demonstrates the EpicFail of the Bradys' Paul Helmke, who thinks gun control is a 'winning issue' in the present campaign.

John Jacob H presents a video that deserves essential consideration--gun rights attorney Alan Gura explains some of the recent missteps of the NRA and what should be done about it.

Standing By's title of this post should be enough to heighten your curiosity--'Beware, Citizens, Beware!'

Breda writes on being an unarmed woman alone in the dark (from the perspective of a woman who is usually armed).

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