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Brigid says to calculate your trajectory, adjust your angle, and launch that pork projectile!
WRSA notes that Ireland's debt servitude WILL infect the U.S., as if it hasn't already. Better buckle up tight..the ride is gonna get bumpy.
John Jacob H has the absolute best article ever on the ominous food bill the Senate approved yesterday. And my, look who wrote it. Who is that man??? lol
David Codrea wonders if a certain actor should be prohibited from buying guns. The feds think he should.
Tam declares that the government creates jobs! NOT! Well, she means at least one anyway.
Vanderboegh says that incoming House Speaker John Boehner has a good idea that will help de-fund the ATF.
Speaking of de-funding programs, Nicki posts a reminder that spending reductions are absolutely essential to getting us out of a gargantuan financial crisis.
From CLO: 'Righting "Wrongs" Based on Wrong Interpretation of Rights.' Excellent read.
GunRights4US provides VERY important reading--the testimony of one who lived under Adolf Hitler.
Way Up North posts an update on the continuing saga of contested votes in Alaska in the U.S. Senate race between RINO Lisa Murkowski and conservative Republican Joe Miller.
The Oxpecker comments on Barack Obama's ever-growing police state.
Squeaks has a wedding parody to the delight of all who have suffered through a failed marriage.
Days of our Trailers provides a very telling visual on the nation-wide results of the midterm elections. An eye-opener!
Around O-Town says that 'New Jersey keeps on sucking' when it comes to gun rights.
Alphecca blogs on the subject of guns on trains.
Pam Geller has a very interesting post and video on the Wikileaks scandal--and provides a rather intriguing take on the subject.
Oleg Volk submits some photographic goodies on guns---which we could entitle, 'All in the Family.'
Standing By posts an explosive must-read on the fraudulent figures the Obama Administration is using to promote 'Government Motors'' new fiasco called 'the Chevy Volt.'