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Thursday, October 18, 2012

The 2A News Roundup--Top Ten for Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012

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

Kurt Hofmann comments on the statement made by Obama concerning "cheap handguns." Make no mistake about it, my friends, this regime would ban all guns if it could get away with it.

WRSA declares that we should leave our cell phones at home when we go out. The Leviathans are tracking us with such gadgets.

The War on Guns provides an update on Mike Vanderboegh's continuing health struggles.

David Codrea has a rather interesting article involving the National Shooting Sports Foundation and the National Gun Rights Examiner column.

Pamela Geller reports the explosive story that United Nations schools for "Palestinians" conveniently leave out the Holocaust in their history courses due to the fact that "it deflects focus from the main enemy Israel." Why, again, are we continuing to allow this sham, fraud, and threat to human liberty known as the United Nations to operate on American soil????

Brigid says that her dog presents some valuable lessons regarding socialism.

Alphecca notes that at least one pundit thinks that Obama's slip in talking about gun control in the debate will cost him the election.

Way Up North has some "thoughts for Thursday" from the great state of Alaska.

Market Guru Karl Denninger reports that although it may have been a "mistake" to issue an early release of Google's earnings statement today, the report itself is no fluke. It's true. There are gargantuan problems with Google, and he says that the very same thing will happen to Facebook. Take a look for his reasons why.

Stand Up America posts all the latest on the foiled terrorist attack yesterday at the Federal Reserve Bank, along with other various terrorist plots that have been discovered.

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