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Thursday, July 11, 2013

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 7/11/2013

Kurt Hofmann reports that Illinois State Police just gave themselves 9 more months to deny citizens the right to bear arms, in spite of the new pro-gun law the state legislature passed.

Nicki blast's Virginia's Republican governor, Bob McDonnell, for his relentless tax hikes.

WRSA shares the real story (and the real truth) about the FBI's terrorist-catching activity, or the lack thereof.

Karl Denninger has more vital information on the federal government's illegal spying activity, which is continuing despite being "outed."

Mike Vanderboegh comments on the DOJ's set up of George Zimmerman and laying the foundation and terms for a race war it hopes will ensue. Your tax dollars at work.

The War on Guns reports good news from Colorado for a change when it comes to gun rights.

The Wandering Minstrel provides an informative overview of the gun laws of the various states regarding concealed carry permits.

The Stiletto shares commentary on what's going on in Egypt.

Pamela Geller reports that Muslim countries have some of the highest rape rates in the entire world.

Way Up North has news on the reaction of an Alaskan firing range to Gabby Giffords' anti-gun visit to the state.

Tam points out the down side of brand new types of guns and urges caution when feeling the urge to go running out to buy one.

Standing By says tongue in cheek that if you plan to commit a crime, better beware because the government doesn't want the competition. Read it all. And yes, the corruption in gov't is really that bad.

Brigid alerts us to a place to purchase holsters. She has a pictorial and evaluation of products from Dragon Leatherworks. Take a look.

From Days of our Trailers: "Eco-terrorists vs. Hired paramilitaries.

Every Blade of Grass proudly shows off a new firearm he purchased.

Around O-Town notes that there is only more murder and mayhem from Obama and John McCain's "peace partner" buddies.

Alphecca alerts us to a new app that does what the anti-gun newspapers have been doing, except "better"--the new app gives the public all of your info if you are a gun owner.

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