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Monday, August 29, 2011

The 2A Roundup--Top Ten for Monday, August 29, 2011

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

Kurt Hofmann examines an issue of vital importance to gun rights advocates--should gun and ammo manufacturers stay in states that continually pass laws that are against their interests and that of American gun owners? I say no. These companies should move out of the those states and set up operations in gun-friendly states. Punish them for their unconstitutional behavior by removing their jobs and taking the billions of dollars in tax revenues elsewhere. The gun industry is one of the few that is booming in this Obama Depression. Let the anti-gun states suffer for their attacks on freedom and the Constitution.

Mike Vanderboegh has an eye-opening exclusive report on the Gunwalker scandal, including info not previously reported. A MUST-read.

Way Up North posts some interesting info on jobs and the Texas-Alaska equation. Take out the two states, and the U.S. has lost multi-millions of jobs that boggle the mind. A most interesting read!

Tam comments on a rather asinine editorial in the Orlando Sentinel on Florida's new gun laws. Take a look.

Standing By says that the country is going nowhere fast, and no greater example of it exists than the Lefties who seem to be in a state of perpetual arousal over 'high speed rail.'

Around O-Town provides an updated version of the old story about the ant and the grasshopper, except this time it relates to Obama. Essential reading.

Days of our Trailers notes that Puerto Rico's VERY strict gun control laws have failed.

Alphecca points to an article claiming that 'global warming' is making people go nuts. I kid you not.

Pamela Geller says that the continual 'white-washing' of 9/11 has caused the mantra 'Never Forget' to morph into 'Forget It!' I'll tell you one thing, if the Muslim nutcases and their enablers on the American political Left expect us to 'forget it,' I can tell you what we will shove down their everlovin' throats. We will continue to beat the drum against the Islamist murders and the Marxist clowns who would just as soon everyone forget that horrible day in 2001.

Mike McCarville reports some rather strange goings on in Oklahoma with regard to 2 hush-hush fundraisers being held today for Texas Governor Rick Perry, who is running for the GOP nomination for President. Odd, to say the least.

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