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Thursday, December 02, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/2/2010

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

Pamela Geller, who has been a good friend to The Liberty Sphere and Conservative Examiner, celebrates Hanukkah during this season when Jews around the world launch the annual traditional 'Festival of Lights.'  Here she explains the history behind the Jewish tradition.

Breda and Bonnie (Squeaks) do a show every Thursday evening entitled, 'B B and Guns.'  The link will send you to Blog Talk Radio where you will find all of the information.

Tam alerts us to a new site called 'Girl's Guide to Guns.'

Brigid's new entry for today is 'Days of Clouds and Cold Earth.'  Always excellent reading.

Blonde Sagacity says that the top conservative bloggers in the nation were asked who would be their top picks for 'conservative of the year.'  Here she gives the results...interesting...

Nicki blogs on the hypocrisy of the New York Times.

Days of our Trailers comments on a new 'study' done by VPC which claims concealed carry permit holders are more prone to suicide.

Every Blade of Grass says it's firing range time!

GunRights4US shares a picture that is truly worth a thousand words.

Behind the Parapet calls attention to 3 big stories in the news which beg for some original commentary, and he provides it.

Newbius submits his latest report on his drive across America.

The Wandering Minstrel is having fun with the Glock 18--video included.

Vanderboegh notes that some claim a Latino revolt is on the way, but, how can they revolt if they are unarmed?

Way Up North says that a judge has issued a ruling to speed up the process in determining the outcome of the U.S. Senate race in Alaska.

WRSA muses on the numbing 3 trillion dollar bailout of the European Union as provided by YOU and ME!! Read what's next in store for us.

Kurt Hofmann says that citizen disarmament is being hastened by the men in the white coats.

David Codrea wonders if a thoroughly corrupt government can credibly claim it has the moral/legal authority to decide who is allowed to have guns.

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