Friday, August 02, 2013
Mike Vanderboegh came through his surgery ok. Here he gives us a report and makes a comment or two about his upcoming mission to smuggle "forbidden" guns into Colorado.
David Codrea gives us yet another example of the double standards regarding cops and their guns vs. the citizens and theirs.
Kurt Hofmann says that in addition to demonizing concealed carry for gun owners, the Violence Policy Center also demonizes free enterprise. Yep, that's usually the way it works. Show me a rabid gun grabber and I'll show you a totalitarian Commie or Nazi. It's not just the guns they don't believe in. They don't believe in private property, free enterprise, or basic human freedom.
WRSA points to a stark message to the statists, liberal Democrats, and other enemies of human freedom -- we're gonna "roll you back."
Way Up North passes along an announcement that Alaska plans to hold a big summit to discuss federal overreach. Good.
Tam presents some insightful commentary on gub'mint spying.
Traction Control notes the latest Benghazi outrage and asks a very good question as a result.
The Wandering Minstrel provides us with some good, old fashioned common sense on guns and self-defense.
Standing By says, "It never hurts to put yourself in someone else's shoes."
Brigid shares with us a report on a night at the gun club.
From Golden Geese News: "A list of hypocritical idiots that would be complete if all other liberal celebrities were on it."
Nicki makes verbal minced meat out of RINO Chris Christie. And let's face it. Few are more deserving of it.
Days of our Trailers founds some misleading headlines for fun and profit.
Gateway Pundit has the complete scoop on the news that broke earlier today that a U.S. senator has confirmed that Obama has been hiding Benghazi survivors and changed their names.
Pamela Geller reports more breaking news from Jake Tapper of CNN, who says that CIA agents were all over the ground in Benghazi the night of the attack, but it was covered up. He further states that this cover up is bigger than that of Watergate.
Around O-Town asks, "What does the path to tyranny look like?" I would only add we are no longer on the path toward tyranny. We are already there!
Alphecca reports that an Ohio gun company has introduced a .905 caliber rifle.
Roberta X points to a Claire Wolf essay on the stupid things the anti-gun bigots say.
Karl Denninger declares that the latest government report on employment is "crap." Agreed.
Mike McCarville, long time Oklahoma journalist, has an excellent piece on why the proposal to raise taxes on small business is a lousy idea.
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