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Monday, April 29, 2013

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 4/29/2013

Mike Vanderboegh presents a detailed overview of how the next civil war will be fought. It is a stark cautionary tale for tyrants that shows war is something nobody really wants, not even the tyrants who seem to shove their oppression down our throats.

Speaking of war, RT News reports that missiles originating in Syrian territory have been fired at a Russian passenger plane. And Drudge has an entire list of news stories indicating the Middle East is falling apart.

Denise Simon provides an analysis of policy and judgment lapses leading to the Boston bombing.

Kurt Hofmann blows the whistle on a local Jewish newspaper that calls for a "national discussion" on gun control. Perhaps they should consult Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership for the real truth.

WRSA makes the connection between Executive Order 13603 and the actions of law enforcement in Watertown that deprived local residents of their Constitutional rights.

Standing By has excellent reading on the nature of freedom.

CLO informs us of the hard work of the National Association for Gun Rights in the recent battles in Congress over gun control. Plenty of info there along with videos showing their work.

Around O-Town posts good reading on the practice of some in the media to intentionally steer the narrative to control the discussion on terror attacks.

Tam says that a discussion has been underway on a forum concerning the super CCW permit process that would allow passengers to carry firearms on planes.

David Codrea notes that the ex-KGB Commie "Vlad" Putin agrees with those in the states who say that government should have a monopoly on deadly force. Not surprising, given Vlad's rich background as an operative for the oppressive and deadly Commie spy organization.

Alphecca has some updates on reports I mentioned a while back concerning the tactic of the anti-gun nutcases to hit gun rights at the state level. In many cases they succeeded -- New York, Colorado, California, Connecticut, etc.

Nicki reports that anti-gun nutcase Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., has stated he is kicking up into high gear his attempt to get gun control passed, even if he has to go state-by-state.

The Blaze provides reader reaction to Glenn Beck's story a week ago on the Saudi national and his potential connection to the Boston Marathon bombing.

Pamela Geller relays the latest info on the alleged Boston bomber as the story continues to move forward.

Roberta X says she is highly suspicious of The Bastard's assertion that the Boston bombers were going to target NYC next.

Michelle Malkin has a national security history lesson for Marco Rubio, another of the supposed "conservative" GOP senators who has turned out to be a major disappointment.

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