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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 12/17/2013

Mike Vanderboegh posts an update on the ammunition situation.

David Codrea declares that New Jersey's restrictive gun laws gave a killer carjacker a distinct advantage. A must-read.

Kurt Hofmann notes that California's ban on high capacity magazines will effect cops as well as civilians, but not enough of them.

WRSA has some comments to share regarding comparisons between Hitler and Barack Obama.

Karl Denninger says that the court ruling against NSA spying on American citizens is much more significant than what is being reported.

Way Up North provides some really cool photos of the northern lights way up in Alaska.

Tam shares some news of interest to people like me who love the wheelguns. Take a look.

Nicki shows us why Missouri State should win the title for the dumbest school.

Gateway Pundit has the Hannity video showing where Dana Loesch gave a Tea Party critic a lashing he won't soon forget!

Golden Geese News blows the whistle on why costs rise so dramatically in healthcare and education.

Days of our Trailers reports that the Illinois State Police is simply making up new concealed carry rules as they go along.

CLO commemorated Bill of Rights Day by noting the amendments that were proposed but did not pass.

Pamela Geller has the proof that the UK is now one of the most hypocritical governments in the world. Christians and Jews are treated like SHY**. She and Robert Spencer have been banned. Yet a Saudi Imam is allowed in who said Christian churches should be banned! The UK can go straight to H**L!

Alphecca wants to know where is global warming when you need it. All of the latest studies show the exact opposite of what algore, the government, the U.N., and other propagandists have been claiming.

From Roberta X: "How to Annoy People."

Traction Control provides some comic relief with, "Hey Look, It's Barack Obama!" Take a look.

The Wandering Minstrel declares that political correctness is destroying America, and he offers some thoughts on what to do about it.

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