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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 12/21/2010

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

WRSA calls attention to a dirty, rotten jackbooted thug of the Feds who tried (and failed) to steal Christmas.

Pamela Geller blasts Mayor Bloomberg (who is known affectionately at the Liberty Sphere as 'the BASTARD') for claiming that Republican Congressman Peter King, R-NY, is wrong to start investigating Muslim extremists inside the U.S. once the new session of Congress begins in 2011.

David Codrea has all the latest news on the New Jersey man who was prosecuted on frivolous weapons charges.

Mike McCarville says the Feds have launched a new push to go after gun dealers.

Alphecca reports that violent crimes dropped during the first half of 2010.  Could it be that Americans' practice of arming themselves to the hilt beginning in 2007 is the biggest contributing factor?

Squeaks shares pics from a recent trip.

Traction Control shares stunning photos of the total eclipse of the moon last night.

Breda has more on the eclipse.

The Wandering Minstrel blogs on the impressive Taurus Circuit Judge, which is available in either a smooth  bore shotgun or a rifle.

Way Up North gives us a report on the deep freeze way up in Alaska.

The Stiletto reports that abject poverty looms for the many long-term unemployed in the country.  A recovery?  ROFL!  Recovery, my foot.

From Standing By--'When Necessity Becomes a Moral Imperative.'

GunRights4US has an excellent post on 'immigration by the numbers'--which shows what the dirty rotten politicians have been doing to destroy this country.

Around O-Town reports more on the phenomenon of 'vehicular jihad.'

Market Guru Karl Denninger says that a new bill has been introduced to get rid of the current monetary practices of the Feds--from a most unlikely source..  Out of character for this guy, but in this case, it's good.

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