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Mike Vanderboegh's original exclusive report on the latest in the Fast and Furious scandal, published today, is here.
Here is David Codrea's take on the Vanderboegh report.
WRSA provides a must-read on the eventual consequences of "swatting"--the practice of a few Leftwing nutcases to anonymously call the cops and report that SWAT teams are needed at the homes of conservative bloggers.
Brigid has some musings on the Second Amendment.
Stand Up America reports that Judicial Watch, the main government watchdog in D.C., has sued the Obama Administration to get info in the Fast and Furious scandal.
Way Up North provides graphics that answer the question, "Are you better off now than you were four years ago?"
Days of our Trailers says that David Hardy has written a very important paper on McDonald v. Chicago, the landmark case that incorporated the Second Amendment right to arms.
Alphecca notes that TIME magazine is continuing with its attacks on gun rights.
Around O-Town issues a timely warning about the house of cards inherent in the Euro zone crisis. The vote in Greece yesterday will NOT fix the problem. Be sure to watch the video. It's like a genius speaking to a room full of stooges who have been lobotomized.
Pamela Geller publishes an article that most assuredly will cause many conservatives, including this one, to reconsider our support for National Review, the magazine founded by William F. Buckley, Jr. Bill would be surely turning over in his grave if he knew what the present cabal of writers were doing at the magazine!