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Tuesday, March 04, 2014

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 3/4/2014

Gateway Pundit shares explosive news that one of the main architects of Obamacare, Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, has stated that insurance companies as we know them are about to die. Believe me, my friends, this was their plan all along. The real goal of the program is centralized, government ownership and control of healthcare from top to bottom, including forcing your doctor to become a gov't employee.

David Codrea has the full scoop on the Pennsylvania legislator who has proposed that all gun owners and their family members be tested for mental illness. Oh yeah? Well, this guy needs to be placed in a straight jacket and a Hannibal helmet for merely suggesting such a loony tunes thing.

From WRSA: "No country for free men." Do yourself a big favor and read it all, links included!

Kurt Hofmann notes that some liberals complain that they have no place at the table of gun rights activists in spite of the fact that a few liberals here and there support the 2nd Amendment. But Kurt notes some obvious problems with the notion.

Mike Vanderboegh reports that things are quickly coming to a head in Connecticut as the organization called "Connecticut Carry" has written a letter to government and law enforcement officials in the state.

Standing By adds more to the discussion on the growing conflict between citizens and government in Connecticut over gun rights.

Way Up North posts a must-read that answers a question many people have had on their minds...especially about the survival of America as we now know it.

Brigid provides another masterpiece for your reading pleasure.

Days of our Trailers says that he has begun to reload his own ammo. Good idea.

Every Blade of Grass has an excellent read titled, "Today's Lesson on Irony."

Tam comments on a campus carry bill that has been proposed, and the "bad faith discussion" arising from it.

Golden Geese News reports that members of a state legislature are going to go head to head with the EPA over the right to burn wood to heat their homes.

Alphecca says that a new scanner has been developed that can detect plastic and 3-D printed guns.

Roberta X comments on the fact that the Leviathan has blinked.

Pamela Geller hails the publication of a new book by Caroline Glick, Mideast expert and journalist, who proposes a "one-state solution" to the conflict rather than a two-state solution. Palestinians won't like it, but what the hell??!!

The Wandering Minstrel displays at least part of his arsenal -- the gun rack on his safe door. Some real goodies there.

Traction Control has a must-see -- a political commentary cartoon photo that tells the story of the current Obama-Putin scrap. Guess who's winning. And guess who comes out looking like a pantywaist.

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