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Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 11/3/2010

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

David Codrea informs us of how gun rights fared in yesterday's elections.

Mike McCarville says that the GOP swept all of the elections in the state of Oklahoma.  The same thing happened here in South Carolina...including the election of the first female governor in the state's history--Tea Party favorite Nikki Haley.

Kurt Hofmann declares that the 'gun problem' is not in the Tea Party!

Pam Geller declares that the 'Obama agenda is DEAD.'

WRSA wonders if there are enough freedom-loving people who care about THIS. Take a look.

Brigid provides the quote of the day on the measure of the true Patriot.

Days of our Trailers says that the dead have voted in Chicago--a common occurrence there, dating all the way back to the JFK's election in 1960.

CLO blogs on the massive campaign finance violations in Colorado.

From Vanderboegh:  'The Brits Revisit the Dum Dum Arsenal.'

GunRights4US has, 'What Media Pukes Think of People Like Us.'

Around O-Town points to 2 commentaries that may be of interest to all of the 'infidel' readers...

Alphecca notes that here in South Carolina some important ballot initiatives were approved that strengthen state sovereignty and make hunting and fishing part of the state Constitution's definition of 'rights.'  Voters also prohibited unions from discarding the secret ballot!

Tam comments on 'the morning after.'

Way Up North provides the latest news on the hotly contested Senate race in Alaska...apparently Murkowski won.  The seat will remain Republican, but a RINO Republican.  Ugh.

The Wandering Minstrel lays it on the line concerning yesterday's elections.  Take a look!

Traction Control has a video of conservative hero Michelle Bachmann asking a pointed question to that scumbag Chris Matthews of MSNBC.

Nicki posts her insightful commentary on politics and politicians, along with some notes about someone she saw speak at the Cato Institute.

Roberta X comments on election news in Indiana--from someone who lives in Indiana.

The Oxpecker wonders if Rahm Emanuel is the 'deep throat' who has been feeding explosive information to a blogger concerning a pending implosion at the White House.  Intrigue!

Breda describes a charity auction of a pink firearm to highlight breast cancer awareness.

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