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Mike McCarville presents the 'state of denial' address.
Alphecca says that his admiration is growing for NJ Governor Chris Christie.
Around O-Town reports that Obama and his pals would love for all of America to be forced to live under Canada's gun laws.
Pamela Geller has major news on the growing Islamization of American college campuses.
Days of our Trailers highlights the degrees of separation from reality on the part of gun control freaks.
Way Up North posts an absolute must-read on the current trends of the gun control freaks.
Gun Pundit blogs on the diamondhead handguard on the new STAG model 3.
Brigid gives us an update on the her progress following surgery.
John Jacob H informs us of a small victory for knife rights.
Breda announces that her guest on tonight's edition of B B and Guns will be none other than Joe Huffman. Click the link for the details of the show.
Newbius delivers a snarky but accurate quip on labor unions. This is a must-read.
Traction Control sounds the alarm on the 'tyranny of the heavily armed.' Take a look.
Tam reports that one of our fellow gun and liberty bloggers, Roberta X, is at the hospital awaiting news on her mother's heart surgery. Our sincere well-wishes and prayers go to both of them.
The New Federalists blog alerts us of a little-reported story out of Atlanta that has major negative implications for Constitutional law in this country. READ IT!
Vanderboegh says that the mask is now off of Obama as the White House mounts a frontal assault on gun rights.
WRSA comments on the fact that the budget deficit this year is going to be 1.5 trillion dollars--3 times higher than what Obama promised if Congress passed his programs back in 2008-09.
Kurt Hofmann warns of the danger of increased 'mental health' screenings for gun purchases. Yep. Before we know it, anybody who ever took an antidepressant 30 years ago for post-partum depression will be considered 'nuts' so that the government thugs can prevent them from buying a gun..
David Codrea has an important question he would like to pose to those who may be skeptical of the horrific 'gunwalker project' scandal at the ATF.