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David Codrea warns that legal open carry could get you arrested anyway...or worse.
Kurt Hofmann muses that the efforts to deal with Mexican 'crime guns' may be having the consequence of leaving American citizens defenseless.
Vanderboegh has all the latest news on the jackbooted thugs of the ATF.
WRSA points to an article lamenting the multi-cultural mess we have gotten ourselves into.
CLO highlights an enraging story of an honor-roll student who faces expulsion over a hunting gun issue. Read it all.
Brigid notes that most people seem to have no inkling of where the meat they are eating comes from. Being the carnivore that I am, I live under no such delusions. Some animals are meant to be eaten. That's the way it's always been, and so shall it evermore be.
Around O-Town calls out Supreme Court judge Breyer, a Clinton appointee, for his asinine comment that the Founders 'would have wanted gun control laws.'
Newbius adds his two-cents on the drivel of judge loony.
John Jacob H posts a video on the Railgun Ramrods Artillery world record setting event.
Way Up North says that so far there is no word on whether nor not Joe Miller will appeal a judge's decision on Friday to give the election to Murkowski.
Tam provides some observations on the wall-to-wall MSM coverage of the death of Elizabeth Edwards and her funeral.
Standing By blogs on the latest move toward the flat tax.
Squeaks is still alive after all. I was beginning to wonder after the long silence that followed her last post.
Every Blade of Grass reports that Obama got busted by MythBusters.
GunRights4US has some good thoughts to share in the aftermath of his son being mugged last week.
Alphecca provides the good news and the bad news on handguns in Chicago.
Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs has written a piece for American Thinker entitled, 'The Theft of Ground Zero.'
Billy Beck says that he despises 'that creep, Assange,' BUT....
The Oxpecker points to the Clinton-obama news conference as an example of weird, weirder, weirdest.
Mike McCarville points to an article by Mona Charen on Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, who is being talked about as a possible Presidential contender in 2012.