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Friday, December 17, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/17/2010

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

Mike McCarville posts the results of the latest poll showing that opposition to ObamaCare remains very high.

Around O-Town blogs on a great American looking out for future Americans.

Way Up North has a gunny question concerning Crimson Trace grips.

Tam observes that frivolous lawsuits have resulted in higher prices on just about everything.

David Codrea reports on outrage in this growing police state.  A pro-gun bumper sticker was all it took for cops to do a pat-down on one citizen...

Kurt Hofmann issues a plea for gun owners to speak up about a certain issue of vital importance.  Take a look.

WRSA provides details on the launch of the new 'Open Source Project.'  This has all the makings of a vitally important service.

CLO has 'the perfect Christmas gift,' which I heartily endorse.  

Brigid offers her take on 'Don't Ask Don't Tell,' along with an example of 'bachelor living.'

John Jacob H posts a video on 'open carry.' 

Days of our Trailers says 'the buck doesn't stop here.'  Take a look to see what he means.

Every Blade of Grass writes about the days of vintage computers.  Funny thing about that.  My first personal computer was one I bought at a pawn shop back in the early 90s.  But before that, some 20 years earlier while I was in college I took Computer Science, and, I will admit it was back in the days of those monolithic terminals that had to be kept in a special room.  We did programs on key punch cards, which then had to be fed into the computer.  At the time such knowledge was considered cutting edge, but alas, now it is totally obsolete.  lol

Standing By notes that 'the death panel strikes again'--a good reminder of the vast dark side of 'ObamaCare.'

Newbius blogs on defensive gun use in Virginia.

Nicki is under the weather and has a book recommendation to offer...

The Stiletto offers astute observations on 'jihad by other means,' which in the this case is multiculturalism.

21 Guns Salute provides a wonderful tribute to a courageous border patrol agent who lost his life in the line of duty as he attempted to keep America safe from lawless thugs who cross over the southern border.

Alphecca says that Obama is falling out of favor with Hollywood.

Pamela Geller has a bone-chilling story for those who still believe that Islam is 'the religion of peace.'  Note the sentence handed down by Iran, according to the terms of the Koran.

And after that, it is most definitely WEASEL TIME--the best political cartoons on algore's internets...and, as always, The Ol' Broad has 'em!

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