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Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Second Amendment News Roundup for 5/3/2011

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

David Codrea reports that Attorney-General Eric Holder will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee tomorrow to testify about the ATF-DOJ 'Project Gunwalker' scandal.  

Kurt Hofmann reports that a Tucson shooting victim and widower gave a report before the NRA board.

Mike McCarville posts some political editorial cartoons that tell the story about the death of bin Laden.  A must-see.

Vanderboegh says that an unrepentant convicted federal extortionist offers his 'wisdom' on the Project Gunwalker scandal.

WRSA has something on the Obama birth certificate that is worth a look--pay particular attention to his advice at the end.

Way Up North has news from the great state of Alaska.

Tam provides info on a variety of stuff, including guns and preparedness.

Breda blogs on gear she picked up at the NRA convention.

John Jacob H submits 'a tale of 2 terrorists.'

Brigid provides good reading on 'chivalry.'

Days of our Trailers points to more distortions of the facts in order to demonize firearms.

Pamela Geller comments on the deafening silence of imams in the U.S. on the death of bin Laden.

Around O-Town is reporting today that central Florida may be a primary target of a terrorist attack.

Alphecca says that the big conservative victory in Canada is a good sign for gun rights.

Line in the Sand notes that there is a big drug problem not just in Mexico but in the United States as well, and that problem extends far beyond the border.

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