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Mike Vanderboegh updates us on the Gunwalker scandal, and zeros in on the New York Times' latest claptrap.
Way Up North provides his firing range report from yesterday.
Breda shows off her new black gun t-shirt, which is available to anyone wishing to buy them.
John Jacob H has the facts--flying in the face of modern revisionists--which show that on Aug. 13, 1981, President Ronald Wilson Reagan signed into law the largest tax cuts in U.S. history. And as a side note, the important thing to remember is that tax RATES were lowered. That means that in spite of any increases forced on him later on, the lowered RATES meant that Americans still payed much less in taxes than they did when he took office.
Brigid attended a birthday bash given in her honor, which she describes in this post. Happy Birthday!
Kurt Hofmann provides an update on the latest move by the regime to designate as 'terrorists' anyone who makes certain purchases.
Nicki posts a good political cartoon on the Gunwalker scandal. Take a look.
From the Barrel of a Gun is back in business after a long absence, and he has a brand new look for his blog.
Mike McCarville writes on one of the drawbacks of post-operative heart surgery. LOL.
Pamela Geller reminds us that on September 20 the Islamic Jihad in Gaza will make a move at the U.N. to establish a terror state right on the doorstep of Israel.