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Thursday, September 12, 2013

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 9/12/2013

WRSA blogs on "trigger events." Take a look.

Karl Denninger has a hard hitting piece about government, classified documents, secrets, and U.S. spy agencies. Read it all.

Brigid posts a collection of interesting quotes for the day.

Way Up North has something to share from the How High is Up department.

Nicki takes note of some people she says need to be put out of their misery.

Gun Watch reports some major news coming out of Illinois that the Illinois Supreme Court has decided that the Second Amendment applies to outside the home, striking down some unconstitutional restrictions in the state. This is great news.

Female and Armed provides some updated info on the take-your-daughter-to-the-range day and other activist oriented stuff she's into.

Page Nine says that patriots are fighting back against intrusive spying.

The Price of Liberty posts a most interesting read on downsizing the government.

Krissy's Absurdity does some venting about an issue that has many of us up in arms.

David Codrea highlights a story concerning the violations of a certain gun shop, and how the hoop-la surrounding it misses the real story.

Kurt Hofmann says that Colorado proves that if the people have an issue they are passionate about, then no amount of money can defeat them. Take a look.

Mike Vanderboegh proves that PPP, the polling organization, cannot be trusted and has been totally discredited by Colorado.

Tam declares that the talking heads on the news networks are a bunch of sore losers in the aftermath of the Colorado recall vote.

Alphecca reports that politicians in Burlington, Vermont have proposed a gun control ordinance.

Roberta X has a few snide remarks for "the little wienie" and his mentor The Bastard.

Pamela Geller reports that Time Magazine was an eyewitness to a beheading by Obama-backed Syrian rebels who wish to oust Assad.

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