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Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Second Amendment News Roundup for 5/11/2011

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

David Codrea asks, 'Will your guns be registered in a global database?'

Kurt Hofmann inquires, 'Why is Mexico Prez still blaming U.S. gun shops and not Gunwalkers?'

Vanderboegh reports an interesting story of a SWAT team in Arizona that fired 71 shots in a raid.

WRSA highlights a central question in the present dangers we face as a nation--if both national socialism and Islam represent very real threats to individual liberty, does that then mean that both are equally threatening?

Way Up North can use our prayers in the death of his father. Sorry to hear about this. I've been out of pocket for a while.

Roberta X posts some book reviews for the discerning reader...

Hunter Safety Course:hunter safety course

Around O-Town has some good news for a change from America's youth.  Look at what these fine young people did!

Being the dog lover that I am, I love this entry by Brigid that depicts a snippet of a dog's life.

GunRights4US says that National Review's Jonah Goldberg wants to know what was the rush on getting bin Laden?

Behind the Parapet comments on Barack Obama's proposal to look into an extra gasoline tax, to add insult to injury now that prices at the pump are back up to 4 bucks a gallon.

From Days of our Trailers: 'Why they oppose gun ownership.'

Tam has 'three yards and a cloud of dust.'

Nicki points to a story that she says makes it 'Guns-1, Gun Banners-0.'

Breda blogs on the doublestack Thunder 380 Plus--15 rounds in the magazine and one in the chamber.

CLO provides commentary on the state of the nation and politics.

Alphecca has news from Virginia concerning a new law that expands gun rights.

21 Guns Salute provides info on his latest firearms training agenda.  Take a look!

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