Tuesday, June 18, 2013
David Codrea at War on Guns provides an excellent primer on why patriots should NOT get their CCW licenses. Think of it this way, if you have your "permit" you are already registered and they know who to come after first.
WRSA announces a huge open carry rally for Independence Day in Colorado.
Speaking of Colorado, Mike Vanderboegh says he has 100 magazines to smuggle into the state as promised.
Kurt Hofmann reports that the Illinois Attorney General wants more time to figure out how to further restrict the gun rights of citizens in the state.
Way Up North has a report and photos of a trip to the firing range here and here.
Standing By posts good reading on corporate data mining and government spying.
Tam shares a video that could be titled "what not to do with a gun in your hand."
Brigid has a story of "family, faith, and a pink flamingo." Always excellent reading.
Days of our Trailers declares that not only is the Brady Campaign stupid but they assume everyone else is as well.
CLO sends a special message to the NSA and other government snoops. Take a look.
From Around O-Town: "Give it up, Obie. Nobody cares but you, Biden, Bloomberg, and Feinstein."
Stand Up America says that DHS has been so flooded with amnesty requests that they have abandoned doing background checks. Thus, the assault on America from the south continues.
Roberta X comments on whistleblower Edward Snowden and the Obama administration.
Pamela Geller reports that the Jihad has moved into Germany with Muslim extremists threatening people with knives.
Michelle Malkin reports that algore, the former vice-president, is at it again. The leftwing nutcase has called the keystone pipeline an "atrocity."
Nicki points to a numbskull who has used her platform to paint gun owners in the most negative light possible. Nicki returns the favor as only she can.
Traction Control posts a most interesting video from a black Democrat who served as a state senator but who has recently joined the Republican Party.
The Stiletto provides analysis on the direction of the Obama administration, and she concludes something entirely ominous.
Karl Denninger informs us on why it is essential to refuse to talk to the cops if pulled over, period.
Mike McCarville, one of the most trustworthy journalists in America today, lives in Oklahoma. The state has suffered near insurmountable loss from recent tornadoes that hammered its towns and cities. Here, Mike provides the level of the damage in monetary terms.
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