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Mike Vanderboegh gives us a glimpse of at least some of what may be coming with Thursday's hearing of the House Judiciary Committee, during which Gunwalker will be discussed with Eric Holder.
David Codrea uncovers yet another scandal involving the DEA--this one is called 'Project Buckwalker.'
Gun Owners of America sends out a red alert today that Harry Reid is attempting to ram through yet another anti-gun judge to the D.C. Court of Appeals.
WRSA offers an important tutorial on the notion that 'every citizen is a soldier'--according to Founder Thomas Jefferson.
Kurt Hofmann reports that the NRA may push for reform on the law concerning 'silencers', the correct term being 'firearm sound suppressors.'
Alphecca points to another one of those enraging stories that illustrate the 'I'm a gun owner, BUT...' meme, meaning, of course, that some gun owners support stupid restrictions on our rights.
Tam comments on the growing reach of local government tyranny. My sentiments exactly. There are times when the notion of 'home rule' provides me no comfort, given what many town, city, and other local governments do to the rights of citizens.
Standing By says that the TSA is still stealing our rights and liberties every day. Read it!
Days of our Trailers reports that the anti-gun nutcases can't win with the truth, so they lie, cheat, and steal.
John Jacob H presents the must-read of the day pointing to a prophetic piece written in 2004 concerning revolution.