Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Mike Vanderboegh posts an update on the ongoing clash in Connecticut between gun owners and the Governor/State representatives.
David Codrea reports some police shenanigans in Ohio involving evidence that got gone once the state attorney general was asked to investigate.
Kurt Hofmann has the latest on the new ATF purchase reporting requirement.
WRSA posts interesting info on the 1941 Atlantic Charter as it relates to the current administration under the community organizer.
Karl Denninger provides extensive info and commentary on the announcement today that Obama plans to slap new restrictions on the coal industry.
Way Up North reports all of the news from the great state of Alaska. I don't know about you, but I like reading about what goes on in our northernmost state.
Roberta X muses on Sturgeon's law as a general principle.
Alphecca says that a new anti-gun law in California makes everybody a psychiatrist. Take a look.
Pamela Geller obtained info showing that those who served with Bergdahl in Afghanistan believed he was feeding intel to the Taliban.
Christian Mercenary writes on the subject of "retribution." Read it all.
Days of our Trailers says that even MSNBC can't rig their polls enough to overcome the overwhelming public support for gun rights.
Gateway Pundit received insider info and photos from someone who was in the VA hospital in St. Louis and found rank filth, feces, urine, and trash all over the place. THIS is the face of government controlled healthcare!
John Jacob H blows the whistle on a liberal columnist who, it turns out, not only owns a gun but chased a would-be robber with it out on the street!
Nicki blogs on the subject of using tragedy to promote one's political goals. This is one of the blights of our time, and the statists are usually the worst offenders.
Traction Control shows off the new products he added to his gun store inventory as of today.
Tam provides a range report from the weekend.
The Smallest Minority gives us the must-read quote of the day on the state of education in America. Agreed 100 percent.
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