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Monday, November 01, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 11/1/2010

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

David Codrea posts 2 must-reads in case you haven't yet seen them.  First, there is this article on the NYC gun proposal, and then, he interviews GOA's Larry Pratt.

Vanderboegh says of Obama, 'Maybe he's the anti-Christ after all.'

WRSA posts highly intriguing commentaries from Mark Steyn and Pat Cadell, alluding to a prediction that was made by a Russian some time ago--the split up of the United States into four different nations.

Brigid blogs on essential tools for survival--'home on the range' style.

Around O-Town wants to know what the heck Obama is talking about when he says we have 'made progress.'  What progress!?

Pam Geller, in an attempt to save the Republic from sure demise, lists her endorsements for tomorrow's midterm elections.  Take a look!

Alphecca points to a sign that many Americans long for the days of George W. Bush, bad as they were in some respects, due to the fiasco wrought by Barack Obama.

21 Guns Salute posts a MUST-read letter that a friend send to the members of the Federal Reserve Board.

Way Up North issues a call to action from a Call to Wings.

Tam notes Rep. Keith Ellison's contempt for the truth.  This is another scumbag we need to send packing tomorrow!

Traction Control provides essential reading on gaming the electoral system by Democrats in order to gain majorities.

The Wandering Minstrel suggest chocolate ammo for Halloween.

Newbius has some excellent advice for Republicans.

Nicki notes that desperate Dems have turned to ....Michael Dukakis??? their desperation!

GunRights4US provides the words of a speech that he says should be read by Americans everywhere.

Days of our Trailers points to a numbskull who referred to the 2nd Amendment as 'nonsense.'

Blonde Sagacity posts a great promo on Project Valour-IT.

Mike McCarville shows the figures from Gallup that indicate major victories for Republicans tomorrow.

Billy Beck says the culture is full of morons who have been fooled and deceived by government, especially the Pentagon.

The Oxpecker asks, 'Is Impeachment Inevitable?'

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