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Monday, October 08, 2012

The 2A News Roundup--Top Ten for Monday, Oct. 8, 2012

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

David Codrea writes that a gun rights convention highlighted recent revelations in the Fast and Furious scandal, and promises more to come.

Kurt Hofmann declares that government has every intention to stop citizens from home manufacturing their firearms.

WRSA posts some links for those skeptics who may think that government has not already targeted patriotic citizens.

Brigid critiques the Colt Magnum Carry revolver.

Pamela Geller reports that in response to her paid ads in D.C. on opposing jihad, HAMAS-CAIR has demanded FREE ad space to "reply." Bull. For one thing, terrorists should not be allowed to advertise. And if they do, it certainly should not be free!

Way Up North posts a video especially for those of us who may not get too excited about Mondays...

Standing By notes that after a year of liberal fear mongering and hysterics concerning new laws that allow concealed carry in restaurants and bars, exactly NOTHING has happened. Go figure.

John Jacob H has a report on Pastors across the country who defied the IRS by speaking out on politics, defying the agency's violation of free speech in pulpits. 

Days of our Trailers says that it is now possible for a person to fire a gun remotely using a cell phone.

Roberta X notes that the Indiana Democratic State Central Committee has just inadvertently given citizens numerous reasons to vote for the Republican!

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