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Monday, November 29, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 11/29/2010

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

David Codrea reports on a highly interesting news story of a felon who laments that he 'can't vote for gun control.'

Kurt Hofmann blogs on a case involving the 'prohibited persons' mentality when it comes to gun ownership.

From WRSA: 'Despotism Made Easy.'

Vanderboegh provides the complete story that exposes the Southern Poverty Law Center as a big fraud.

Brigid has a brand new entry today on rivers of desire and steelhead trout.  Always excellent reading.

Around O-Town points to a video on the demise of the dollar...something we all should be VERY concerned about presently.

CLO comments on Al Sharpton's asinine assertion that the FCC should ban Rush Limbaugh.

Way Up North muses on some items for a Monday up in the 'Great Land.'

John Jacob H notes that in light of the TSA's controversial procedures, it is important to remember that Americans have been groped and raped by government for quite some time now.

Tam posts some insight on conspiracy theories and points to one that is really quite a stretch regarding the TSA.

Standing By alerts us to a good read entitled, 'Bombs Don't Kill People, Terrorists Do.'

Squeaks posts her 2nd 'thank-you' video.

GunRights4Us has something that just caught my eye, even though it was written several days ago.  You MUST read this.  Amen!

Days of our Trailers points out the double-standards readily observed among some in the anti-gun movement.

Behind the Parapet posts the TSA's pinup calendar, for your viewing pleasure..

Alphecca declares that gun control is symbolic of an over-reaching government. I fully agree.

Pamela Geller will be on Fox Business Network tonight to discuss NBC's outrageous affront to the American people in naming the 9/11 Mosque developer as the 'person of the year.'  A POX on NBC!

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