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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Second Amendment News Roundup for 9/11/07

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On this day of remembrance, may be remember--
--What happened--we were attacked by Muslim extremists who killed 3000 innocent citizens
--Who did it--Osama bin Laden, Al Qaeda, and dozens of linked Jihadists groups
--Why it happened--Jihadists want to kill us unless we convert to Islam
--What to do about it--never forget, never give up, never stop fighting forces of darkness

Focusing on guns and politics, here is today's Second Amendment News Roundup:

The McCarville Report has this item for those with short memories:

Traction Control posts this tribute:

Random Ramblings of a Republitarian provides this sobering analysis of 9/11 memorials:

Mr. Completely writes that rates for the Gun Bloggers Rendezvous will be going up in just a few short days (that means register NOW to save money, if you plan to attend)...and provides a list of attendees:

Mr. Completely is a man after my own heart. He has the video of Fred Thompson's announcement for the Presidency and believes Fred will make an excellent President:

The Captain's Quarters has today's update on Hillary Clinton's dirty money--changing her original plan she announced last week, she is now returning over three quarters of a million bucks in dirty campaign contributions from Mr. Hsu:

JR at A Keyboard and a .45 reports that some scumbags have defaced the Viet Nam Memorial in Washington, DC:

Alphecca blogs on Ron Paul's call for the U.S. to leave the U.N.--and I fully agree. Alphecca also posts the names of the Senate traitors who voted against the Vitter amendment. In short, these turncoats would have sold U.S. sovereignty, and our gun rights, to the U.N. had they succeeded:

Speaking of Ron Paul, Alphecca invites his readers to participate in a debate on his blog concerning Ron Paul and Fred Thompson. It seems Alphecca is undecided at this point between the two candidates, and needs our help:

Tired of being called a 'gun nut'? Blogonomicon posts a great cartoon editorial on who the REAL nuts are:

Cameron Bailey says that Washington State taxpayers have some reason to hope:

Of Arms and the Law reports that a cross-petition has been filed in the Parker case:

Ryan Horsley at Red's Trading Post has this timely piece today entitled, 'When You Lose Your Rights':

Gun Law News points to more information that confirms that Barack Hussein Obama is a gun control freak:

The Ninth Stage informs us about a new resource for those of us who pack pistols:

The War on Guns presents data that show guns in the hands of citizens who save lives far outweigh those of the dimwits who give us a bad name:

John Lott reports that Fred Thompson now leads Rudy Giuliani nationally among likely Republican primary voters:

Lott also has this update on the debate concerning armed police at Iowa public universities:

Neil Smith at Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership has this excellent article on the shenanigans of a group called 'National Initiative for Democracy':

Ohioans for Concealed Carry announces that its President, Jeff Garvas, will appear on the NRA's flagship broadcast, Cam and Company, TONIGHT, at 10:20 PM:

The Volokh Conspiracy alerts us to a new book by Lynne Olsen entitled, 'Troublesome Young Men,' which recounts the story of some courageous Britons who dared oppose the policy of appeasement to Hitler initiated by Chamberlain, which led to his eventual defeat and the ushering in of the great Winston Churchill:

The Bitch Girls present an interesting read on term limits for U.S. Supreme Court justices:

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