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Tuesday, February 18, 2014

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 2/18/2014

Mike Vanderboegh has written his second letter to law enforcement, this time to the New York State Police, concerning the deadline for registering firearms.

From Bring the Heat, Bring the Stupid: "It Can't Happen Here, Can It?"

Knuckledragging My Life Away posts a news story from California concerning a deaf man and the growing thuggery/militarization/Nazification of the police!

Marooned notes that there is nothing in the Constitution that gives gov't the power to regulate personal communication devices. You dang tootin'. Why, nobody would ever think such a thing could happen in this land of the wait a minute....

WRSA reminds us of a central truth. Tyrannical gov't is dependent on the fact that those in society who remember the way things were before liberty was squelched get old and then die off. Fading memories of past glories. The Leviathans are biding their time.

Blue's Blog comments on some "liberal logic." 

My Daily Kona asks, "Can We Be Saved?"  THAT is the million dollar question, given the obstacles we face.

David Codrea says that the anti-gun bigots in Connecticut can be shown the enormous costs of calling for the arrests of "undocumented gun owners."

JulieG reports that on Gun Girls Radio they discussed concealed carry from a woman's perspective.

Kurt Hofmann alerts us that an Illinois politician wants to require a federal manufacturing license for all who wish to print gun parts.

Way Up North says he is concerned. Take a look to see why.

CLO warns us of hidden anti-gun dangers in the immigration reform measures being pushed by some.

Standing By highlights some 2A victories and gun owners who show some spine.

Tam blogs on boresighting perils.

The Wandering Minstrel informs us of Sheriff Joe and the Western Conservative Conference. Take a look!

Pamela Geller says that America is unraveling at a stunning speed and to a staggering degree.

Alphecca declares that Bloomberg and CNN lied through their teeth about gun sales.

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