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Monday, July 16, 2012

The 2A News Roundup--Top Ten for Monday, July 16, 2012

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

David Codrea reports that a cold wind has blown through the ranks of whistleblower ATF agents as they report heightened fears of retaliation, preventing some from coming forward. This is a felony. Thus, the DOJ is a lawless agency.

Kurt Hofmann says that anti-gun bigots who are rampant in California are up to more shenanigans, this time mounting an effort to sue the California Attorney General.

Mike Vanderboegh asks, "Do Obama's Executive Orders Reveal a Pattern?"

Way Up North points to a hard lesson in "She Wished She Had a Gun."

Tam provides a firing range report from Portland, Oregon.

WRSA posts a sermon to the governor and legislature of Idaho, and asks that we listen with an open mind.

Alphecca says that Wisconsin police chiefs are hoping someone will introduce federal legislation to require background checks on all gun sales.

Days of our Trailers has a news story showing that idiotic people often call for idiotic laws. Maybe there is a lesson somewhere in that.

Pamela Geller confronts the Huffington Post for refusing to allow her to respond to yet another hit piece the leftwing rag has published against her.

Mike McCarville is running a piece written by Oklahoma Congressman Tom Cole on why the U.N. Small Arms Treaty is such a grave danger.

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