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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

The Gun Rights and Liberty News Roundup for 5/27/2014

Mike Vanderboegh points to commentary about the mass murderer in California -- commentary that's well worth reading.

Kurt Hofmann says that a CNN analyst declared that countless restrictions on the Second Amendment are acceptable and constitutional. What a wacko.

David Codrea reports that cemeteries across the country denied access to surviving Memorial Day mourners. That is downright obscene.

WRSA posts a must-read on the growing menace of American totalitarianism. Don't pass this one up!

The War on Guns points out that a candidate has declared for the legislature, who represents a ray of hope for Connecticut. Those of you who live in that area, read this so you can find out more about him. He appears to be a staunch defender of the 2A.

Stand Up America shares that after a six-year hiatus under Obama, the DOJ is going to conduct a count of all federal weapons. This is after a massive buy up of guns and ammo, which are being used by every federal agency in the executive branch. But how can we trust the numbers under Eric Holder's DOJ??!!

Brigid announces that her new book, The Book of Barkley, is now in production and should be available in bookstores, online and by ebooks by early summer. Congrats, Brigid!

Tam issues a sharply worded message for those who scream for more mental health screening and treatment while at the same time condemning such things on other issues.

Way Up North has the good news and the bad news concerning Alaska's raging wildfires.

Traction Control says to stop giving these mass murderers exactly what they want. Be sure to follow the link he provides.

The Wandering Minstrel notes that Arizona is still top-ranked for gun rights.

Pamela Geller reports that CAIR continues its assault on free speech by suing the Canadian Prime Minister for pointing out the truth -- CAIR has ties to terrorist organizations.

Christian Mercenary tells some hard truths and says he is thinking about hanging it up when it comes to blogging. I hope that does not happen. We need people like him. But I do understand the sentiment, and I have thought about the same thing for the entirety of the eight years I've been doing this. I feel that people don't really listen and don't really care about the issues we warn them about. And I know A LOT of other writers who believe the same thing. The only thing that keeps me going is knowing that truth needs to be told no matter what the cost, and I do have a group of faithful readers who take these issues very seriously, though their numbers are relatively few.

Days of our Trailers shows us the exact numbers of those who were victims of violence in Chicago AFTER Rahm Emanuel announced his infamous initiative on anti-violence.

Alphecca says that U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, Communist-Vermont, came completely unhinged in response to the VA scandal and is obviously in denial. Or maybe he is way past the time he should retire and relieve us of his extremist views.

The Gateway Pundit shows us, via video, that the loony bird of San Francisco, otherwise known as the Wicked Witch of the West -- Nancy Pelosi -- has chirped off again about Obamacare. I swear that woman lives in a fantasy world, like the Big Rock Candy Mountains.

Karl Denninger warns students who want to go to college, AND their parents. This is vital info.

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