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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Second Amendment News Roundup for 4/28/2011

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

David Codrea reports that Senator Charles Grassley has urged citizens to call into talk radio, especially gun shows, to complain about the stonewalling of the Obama Administration on the Project Gunwalker scandal.

Mike McCarville posts the political cartoon of the day on the Obama energy policy.

Way Up North has an important update concerning Alaskan oil.

Vanderboegh presents a panoramic view of Project Gunwalker stories around the Internet.

The Stiletto provides some updates to some news stories of interest, including the decision by Obama to retain Gitmo, the continually growing long arm of Big Brother, and reports of another recession, that is, if you believe the last one ended, which I don't.

John Jacob H has some gun porn on the Smith & Wesson 45ACP Revolver.

Kurt Hofmann says that the upcoming NRA convention is an excellent venue from which to sound the alarm about the Project Gunwalker scandal.  A great idea!

Around O-Town notes with sarcasm, 'It's a good thing no one is allowed to be armed in D.C.'

21 Guns Salute informs us that his primary employment was ended, and thus he is forced to survive off of his new gun store.  Get thee over there and have a look.  And buy something!  I know what he's going through, and it is essential that we help each other.

Line in the Desert is a new site started by Jay of 21 Guns Salute, which keeps us informed about the battle for control of the southern border.  Excellent.  Go read.

WRSA declares that you cannot spell 'socialism' in modern times without 'Islam.'  Excellent read.

Tam says if you only watch one video this week, make it THIS one.

Nicki is promoting a new book written by a friend, entitled, 'Rogue.'

The Wandering Minstrel blogs on the XM2010 Sniper Rifle.

GunRights4US points to what he says is a must-see by John Galt at Shenandoah.  Take a look.

Days of our Trailers calls our attention to an 'ignorant fudd'--one of those who say, 'I am a gun owner BUT....'

Alphecca says it appears that the Violence Policy Center has been caught in a big lie about guns.

From Roberta X: 'One-Party Nation.'

Pamela Geller, our good friend up in New York, appeared on Fox Business Network to opine about the Obama birth certificate issue.  Pamela is always up for a good fights, and she never minces her words.

Behind the Parapet reports that a candidate in New Jersey was removed from the ballot because he did not meet the eligibility requirement.

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