Thursday, September 05, 2013
Pamela Geller tells it like it is on Syria and the Senate's vote on going to war next week. Read it all. We are getting ready to make a colossal error.
Brigid blogs on the Smith & Wesson 637 -- the snubnosed revolver. She provides a complete review.
JulieG shows off her Smith & Wesson M&P 10.
Days of our Trailers calls our attention to a group that has proposed "a new Second Amendment." Hrmph!
Kurt Hofmann has a news story that proves that the meme that criminals or prohibited persons can easily buy guns at gun shows is patently FALSE!
The Gun Blog Back List reports that Springfield Armory has recalled two of its models. Take a look.
90 Miles From Tyranny shows us pictorial proof that the progressives in the public school system are succeeding in destroying and indoctrinating. Whatever you do, don't miss this one. This is a school that banned all Christian prayer.
From Roberts Gun Shop: "Traitor."
Gun Pundit says the NRA has joined the ACLU in a suit, charging that the NSA is starting a national gun registry. Yep, that they ARE doing. And yep, it is illegal!
Give Me Liberty reports that a new push to get "one nation under God" removed from the Pledge may succeed using THIS method.
Down Range Report highlights an outrage in a public school as 4th graders are being taught that "government is your family."
WRSA has the must see of the day on the hypocrisy of the anti-war progressives and the prospects of attacking Syria.
David Codrea provides a must-read on how conservatives plan to attempt to take back the Republican Party which has been usurped by progressives. Well, I am all for it, if it can work. I have my doubts. In many ways it looks like the GOP is too far gone. I would like to be proved wrong.
Gateway Pundit reports that the University of North Carolina has banned female conservative speakers. BTW, Jim Hoft, the head honcho at Gateway, is greatly improved in his recent illness. Great news.
Mike Vanderboegh issues an urgent warning concerning Obama's second term and our gun rights.
Way Up North is on a trip up to the coldest part of Alaska -- Fairbanks and northward to the North Pole. If you will scroll back a few posts he has some really cool pics of Alaskan wildlife too.
Nicki takes a look at U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and notes that one cannot argue with his brilliantly crafted defense of Constitutional law. Take a look.
Alphecca delves into Missouri's new gun rights law in order to discover if it is overly broad as some charge.
Every Blade of Grass provides the quote of the day on government secrecy. Hear hear!
Tam comments on the notion of "limited military action" in Syria, as proposed by "Lurch" Kerry. Wow. I never thought that a character from the old Adams Family TV series would wind up as Secretary of State.
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