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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 4/30/2013

Stand Up America reports the facts on how the Obama administration, in the name of "tolerance" supports Islam but slams Christianity and Judaism.

The Gateway Pundit says that the attorney representing one of the Benghazi whistleblowers has charged that the State Dept. is violating the law. Are we surprised? The entire fiasco broke the law from the beginning.

Pamela Geller relays the news that Israeli jets have bombed a chemical weapons compound within Syria.

Days of our Trailers has a must-read on creating criminals in Connecticut.

GunRights4US provides the quote of the day from Thomas Jefferson who noted that the unraveling of the Republic had already started within 50 years of our Founding. That's why Jefferson believed in a pruning once every 20 years or so.

Nicki says that even more gun manufacturers are leaving states that restrict the gun rights of citizens, taking the jobs they provide with them. Good. I hope it sends New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, Illinois, California, and Colorado into abject bankruptcy.

The Wandering Minstrel shows us what he has tucked away neatly in his gun safe.

Way Up North reports news on the commissioning ceremony for the USS Anchorage.

Traction Control notes the passing of one of the greats from the shooting world.

Karl Denninger rips the media over its latest lies on guns. He says, "When you're wrong, lie. When you're really wrong, lie big." That appears to be the modus operandi of the media.

The Blaze provides the latest on the investigation launched by the Government Accountability Office on the massive ammo purchases by DHS. Good.

The War on Guns posts essential reading that asks the question, if they are that dangerous, what are they doing out of jail?

A Girl and Her Gun says that she "came out of the closet" recently...well, in a manner of speaking. Take a look.

A Geek with Guns asks, what if the Boston Bombers had used rifles rather than explosives?

From Tam: "Tap Dancing on a Land Mine."

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