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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 8/6/2013

Alphecca says that the various states are discovering that gun rights activist and author John Lott Jr. is right.

Around O-Town offers thought provoking commentary on the culture of fear, from the cradle to the grave.

Pamela Geller cites Mark Steyn's latest wherein he comments on the choices we make -- of cowardice and government coercion.

David Codrea says that the younger generation is of inestimable value in continuing the legal recognition of gun rights.

Kurt Hofmann notes the continued push toward requiring gun owners to have "gun insurance" and declares that such a thing is nothing more than a punitive tax.

Days of our Trailers captured a frame from the Secret Service on Twitter. Take a look at the message.

Every Blade of Grass reports the explosive news that the U.S. Government itself is the main suspect in a TOR hacking scheme.

Gateway Pundit says that Obama has provided arms for Syrian Islamists but refuses to arm defenseless Christians.

Brigid offends both the anti-gun bigots AND the vegans! ROFL!

Mike Vanderboegh reports that the IRS is continuing its assault on political speech, even after the mega-scandal in which it was caught with its pants down in targeting conservatives and conservative groups. Perhaps it is time for patriots to put on some unmistakable pressure on the oppressive agency. And by the way, Obama says it was a faux scandal, and Senate Democrats refuse to even recognize it.

John Jacob H has some good news. A group of students at North Carolina State University have started a group called "NCSU Students for Concealed Carry."

Standing By notes that he and I apparently did not see eye to eye on the current terrorist threat. I notice that today he describes how he changed his mind. And ironically, I have seen his point of view as well. So obviously, here I don't think it is an either/or proposition. There are good arguments on both sides. Maybe there is some of both going on here.

Nicki wonders maybe, just maybe, there should be a requirement that Congress critters should know at least something about U.S. History.

Way Up North provides the quote of the day from the late, great Ayn Rand.

Tam cites a sure-fire way for a business to lose her patronage. I agree 100%.

WRSA updates us on the "nudge effect" the administration is using to gradually force us into a new way of thinking and behaving. A must read.

From Karl Denninger: "What Do You Call Government Concealment?"

Stand Up America announces the formation of a Citizens Commission on Benghazi.

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