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Monday, December 06, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/6/2010

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

David Codrea has interesting news to report concerning the National Firearms Act Trade & Collectors Association and the ATF.  Take a look.

Kurt Hofmann wonders whether or not Obama has actually promised more accountability in the ATF.

Vanderboegh posts a great read on machine included.

WRSA notes that Dutch politician and valiant fighter for free speech, Geert Wilders, delivered a riveting speech in Tel Aviv yesterday that begs consideration.

Brigid, being the consummate survivalist that she is, writes a must-read on surviving frigid temperatures.  This is good information for anyone who has to drive in cold weather.

CLO says that the Arizona immigration law is coming up for consideration at the U.S. Supreme Court.  Read it for important updates on this most important case.

Way Up North has the quote of the day from Alexander Hamilton.

Nicki points out that the mastermind behind the Wikileaks scandal has made the U.S. and the world highly vulnerable to terrorist attacks on communications and transportation hubs--which would bring the world economy to a screeching halt. 

Newbius provides the 4th installment describing his drive across the United States.

Tam blogs on some interesting vintage gun stuff, dating back to the 1930s.

Alphecca says that at least one writer believes the current economic crisis is beginning to effect gun sales...but he notes one little fact that may negate the writer's premise.

Around O-Town reports that a decorated war veteran is being threatened with being deprived of his firearms--the the right to own them--stemming from an incident involving the Westboro cult. 

Days of our Trailers has a bit of 'gun control humor' at the expense of the Brady Campaign to Deprive Americans of the their Gun Rights. 

From GunRights4US: 'Tots, Testes, and the TSA.'

John Jacob H posts a video that he entitles, 'Not Your Grandfather's Air Rifle.'

Mike McCarville shares a MUST-SEE video from 'News Busted'--the news with a twist.  If you've never seen these great videos, you are missing out on a treat.  The focus is on bias in the mainstream media.

Pamela Geller highlights the fact that Obama & co. are drunk with power--they have ordered Columbia University students not to discuss Wikileaks on Facebook or Twitter.  Now, I am just as opposed to Wikileaks as anyone, but THIS is an attack on free speech.

Roberta X says that she, for one, is happy to see gridlock in Washington.  I agree.  Take a look at her reasoning.

Blonde Sagacity provides some figures on the Obama Presidency that should open a few eyes.

Traction Control has a video update on his firearms inventory.  If you've never taken a look at his gun store, you need to do so...and most of the transactions you can do online.

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