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Friday, February 28, 2014

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 2/28/2014

In case you may have missed it, be sure to read Mike Vanderboegh's open letter addressed to each member of Connecticut state legislature on the subject of their vote to criminalize any gunowner who refuses to register with the state.

Cemetery's Gun Blob says that ammunition restrictions may be coming to the state of New Jersey.

A Geek with Guns declares that the ATF has demonstrated its irresponsibility with firearms.

The Michael Bane Blog reports that the Connecticut State Police spokesman who bragged that his men were ready to go door to door to confiscate guns insists he is not the Gestapo. Well, you know what they say. If it quacks like a duck...

An Ordinary American exclaims, "Just leave me the hell alone!" Take a look.

From Irons in the Fire: "We're supposed to trust ANY federal agency why, again?

Bergheim Follies notes some birds of a feather flocking of whom is none other than Billy Clinton.

The Broken Patriot has a pointed message to those who complain about the U.S. flag but have no problem with the displaying of the Mexican flag.

Ballseye's Boomers follows up with another part of the story on the U.S. flag flap. The school in question has a hissy over the American flag but allowed Mexicans to celebrate "cinco de mayo."

Shall Not Be Questioned reports that anti-gun forces are pushing for an "en banc" ruling on the firearms issue.

Gunslinger's Journal has a must-read titled, "The Devil's Face."

Traction Control posts a guns and ammo report...from Canada. And I understand they have plenty.

The Wandering Minstrel says he has gone back to carrying a firearm he calls "the fat man." Take a look.

Brigid has a moving account on her beloved Barkley, a black lab, whom she lost this week to cancer. In case you missed it, read it. But be sure to have the tissues ready.

Alphecca reports the Attorney General of California has appealed the gun ruling of the 9th Circuit.

Roberta X has some gun news from the Indiana legislature.

Pamela Geller relates that Muslim headchoppers who beheaded British drummer Lee Rigby argued with the Judge about the appropriateness of what they did as followers of Allah. They also received life-sentences. It should have been worse.

WRSA urges us to "know your Socialists." Take a look.

David Codrea shares the latest gun news out of California, including the subjects of microstamping and "smart guns."

Kurt Hofmann notes that anti-gun groups are in a panic over Georgia joining 41 other states in allowing airport carry.

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