All guns and politics, from the best gun rights-and-liberty bloggers on the Internet.
David Codrea comments on the bombshell revelation that a previously secret memo shows that the Assistant Attorney-General of the United States knew all about the illegal Project Gunwalker scandal as it was happening. This, my friends, means that the scandal reaches all the way to the highest levels of the Department of Justice.
Vanderboegh reports that U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa has stated that what Attorney-General Eric Holder refuses to report WILL be told in the documents Congress has received.
Kurt Hofmann wonders if the DOJ is holding Pakistan to a higher standard than it is for itself.
WRSA has a most interested read on 'being there' in the White House.
Way Up North says the Alaska legislature has failed to reach an agreement on just about everything.
Tam muses on guns and Hollywood.
Nicki has a special message for Pakistan--warning, not for innocent eyes. lol
Newbius provides commentary on the NRA and the Overton Window.
Around O-Town makes a point worth considering--the White House needs to shut up and let the commanders on the ground speak about the Pakistani operation.
Brigid reviews Henry Lever Action Rifles. I always liked Henry rifles, even better than Marlins, but there are a few drawbacks, for sure.
GunRights4US posts 14 signs of the collapse of the modern world.
Every Blade of Grass opines on 'Obama the Puppet.'
Days of our Trailers shows us the latest unintelligible gibberish from Chicago's Mayor Daley on the subject of guns.
Behind the Parapet has a MUST-read entitled, 'It All Makes Perfect Sense.'
Pam Geller blasts the mainstream media for the nature of their coverage of ZERO's visit to Ground Zero today.
Blonde Sagacity highlights the many conflicting stories revolving around the Administration's handling of the death of bin Laden.
Roberta X provides the latest news from the Brady Campaign to rob citizens of their gun rights.
Mike McCarville says that the Brady Campaign took a swipe at the state of Oklahoma.
Line in the Desert reports that parents of the Hispanic students who disrupted and took over a school board meeting in Tucson are now defending their children in their act of juvenile delinquency. No surprise there.
The Wandering Minstrel notes a certain town's reaction to the death of Usama bin Laden.