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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 7/16/2013

CLO reports that a study on gun violence ordered by Barack Obama has backfired. Epic fail.

From Alphecca: "Questions Some People Might be Asking," such as, is blinking your headlights at oncoming motorists legal?

Around O-Town says that it looks like all the race baiters are getting their wish. Yep. Pull the strings, and the puppets jump.

Pamela Geller has a list of things the media did NOT report on Trayvon Martin.

Days of our Trailers provides a report on the status of proposed "assault weapons" bans in various townhalls in Illinois.

David Codrea reports that the Mississippi Attorney General has issued a statement of clarification on a recent ruling by an anti-gun judge.

Mike Vanderboegh says that Barack Obama is still channeling Richard Nixon. Look at the latest example, which Mike provides.

Kurt Hofmann notes that the gun control crowd is pushing for renewed interest in gun bans in light of the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial.

WRSA has essential reading on how the U.S. government is creating "news" and releasing it to their MSM lackeys, except the so-called "news" is nothing but propaganda.

Tam informs us that Brownell's is offering free stuff in its "12 Days of Christmas in July" sweepstakes. Go take a look.

Brigid posts some info on how to get rid of a computer hard drive -- important stuff in these days when privacy and security concerns are on everyone's mind.

The Twisters share their thoughts on American exceptionalism.

Every Blade of Grass provides a most interesting read on the Linux operating system. I've always believed that Linux is the way to go, especially now that Google, Microsoft, Apple, etc, are compromised. Plus it is harder for your system to be compromised.

Golden Geese News offers commentary on the latest statements by Trayvon Martin's friend, Rachel Jeantel. Heaven help us all.

The Gateway Pundit reports breaking news that a news team from KCBS, Los Angeles, was assaulted by Trayvon Martin protesters, injuring nine reporters. The whole thing was caught on video!

Stand Up America declares that civil rights were, indeed, violated in the Trayvon Martin case -- those of George Zimmerman!

A Girl and her Gun provides a new shooter update.

Bob Owens says that any civil case brought against George Zimmerman could get very expensive, maybe even prohibitive since there is no evidence to make it easy to prove.

Give Me Liberty has an excellent read on the travesty of the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Do yourself a favor and read it.

Women with Guns posts the photo of the day.

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