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David Codrea brings us up to date on the latest on the ATF scandal involving gun smuggling into Mexico. There is movement in the Senate...a good sign.
Vanderboegh reports that news coverage of the scandal is growing. Good!
Kurt Hofmann has even more good news as Congress begins to fight back against the blatant power-grab of the ATF.
WRSA blogs on 'the taxpayers' civil war.'
Way Up North passes along an urgent prayer request for some troops in the Middle East. Read it, please.
Standing By compares and contrasts two articles on the Second Amendment. Interesting reading.
Newbius points to a good one on the criminalization of politics.
Brigid shares a plethora of photos, along with a report, from a big gun show over the weekend.
Tam has something a bit different--commentary on the remake of the movie 'True Grit.' I don't want to start no trouble or nothin' but I have some strong opinions about that movie. It is awful. Nothing, and I repeat NOTHING can come close to the John Wayne portrayal of Rooster Cogburn, period. In fact, I will go as far as to say that attempting a remake of the Duke's best movies is nearly a sacrilege
Nicki provides an economic lesson for Congress.
Breda comments on Kathleen Parker's latest in which she makes some claims about 'the new hardcore woman.'
Greg W. Howard reports on a death threat he received recently, which only highlights the need to be careful about what we say online. There are nutcases out there who will take full advantage of what we inadvertently disclose about others. Discretion is the better part of valor.
Around O-Town says it may be time to start dumping illegal aliens on the doorsteps of Congressmen and Senators who refuse to do anything about the unconscionable mess at the southern border.
Alphecca notes a highly disturbing trend. Insurance companies are dropping gun owners!
Days of our Trailers points to some 'sweet irony' concerning the mayors who wish to rob citizens of their gun rights.
Mike McCarville reports that the Firearms Freedom Act has passed a House committee in Oklahoma.
The Suffolk County Liberty Report notes that a politician is taking aim at a local shooting range, calling for its shutdown.