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Monday, January 10, 2011

Second Amendment News Roundup for 1/10/2011

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

David Codrea reports that the usual suspects are lining up to exploit the shooting in Tuscon.

Vanderboegh says it is downright stupid to assert that inflamed rhetoric is to blame for nutjobs.  The American experience is proof.  Go back and read the historical record of what our forebears endured and dished out in debate...this nation was born out of inflamed political rhetoric.  Take that away, and liberty is lost.

WRSA has two must-reads on the growing attacks on political free speech as a result of the Tuscon shooting.

Newbius provides more on this issue with 'blood-dancing ghouls.'

Nicki offers her insightful commentary on the shooting.

Breda provides links to several pieces, including one on the politics of blood libel.  Good reading!

Roberta X weighs in with 'the blood dancers.'

Denninger systematically analyzes and takes apart Pima County sheriff Dupnik over his remarks about the shooting...a must-read.

Kurt Hofmann reports that gun-ban extremist Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, D-NY, is introducing legislation in the House to exploit the Tuscon tragedy by calling for more gun control and gun bans.

Alphecca has more on exactly what McCarthy intends to do.

Pamela Geller is reporting that Loughner had targeted Congresswoman Giffords back in 2007, before there was a Tea Party and before Sarah Palin became nationally-known--yet another fact that shows the Leftwing nutcases are trumping up false charges concerning this shooting.

Brigid posts some updates on what she's been doing and thinking, post-surgery.

Way Up North has news from the Alaska state legislature. 

Standing By muses that 'Muslims take kissing cousins seriously.'

From Days of our Trailers: 'Sickening Responses and Blatant Ignorance.'

The Smallest Minority gives an answer from Churchill concerning 'what's wrong with a little Socialism?'

Liz Blaine has a great quote in answer to the question, 'Who is John Galt?'

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