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Friday, March 13, 2009

Second Amendment News Roundup for 3/13/09

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

Walls of the City tells us why those with a gun phobia will fail.

Days of our Trailers reports the good news that some police departments are designing programs to support citizens' firearms rights.

Texas Fred blogs on the 2 new Obama appointees confirmed by the Senate. It ain't good.

The Rustmeister has some shocking news on veterans' benefits and the Obama administration. Read it all.

Do Over posts news on the Sheriff in Arizona who is facing down the U.S. government over his enforcement of illegal alien laws.

Western Rifle Shooters Association has a follow-up to an earlier story about troop deployment in Alabama following the shooting in the southern portion of the state.

Sipsy Street Irregulars has a follow-up to an earlier story on libertarians being added to 'terrorist watch lists.'

CNS reports that Americans' opinion of the United Nations is at a record low. Good. It's time to get out of that sham of an organization anyway.

Mike McCarville has big news on Obama's approval numbers today. They're dropping like a lead balloon.

Armed Citizen follows up on that story with some right-on commentary.

Alphecca posts some good news on concealed carry from the state of New Mexico.

Pax Parabellum points to a survey that indicates Americans' views on energy are quite different from that of Obama and the Democrats.

Gun Pundit has an interesting follow-up to the story about the pizza guy who shot some thugs in South Carolina.

Occupied Nashville shows us how one guy at least made a statement about gun rights by the manner in which he designed his mailbox.

The Newbius Papers provides a good read on the latest antics of the antis.

Tam has essential reading entitled, 'Pesky First Amendment.'

Robb Allen posts interesting info on German gun laws in light of the recent shooting over there.

Say Uncle points to the latest pure, 100%, aromatic pants shittin' hysterics on the part of the Commercial Appeal.

blogs on allowing bad banks to fail. It is so simple yet so hard for politicians to grasp.

From Gun Rights Examiner: '
Gun Amendment Not the Real Issue in D.C. Voting Rights Bill'

David Codrea points to an update on 'ammo hoarding.'

From St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner: 'Suing for Gun Rights--Now the Shoe is on the Other Foot.'

Armed and Safe provides VERY interesting reading on Chicago taxpayers and Oak Park's anti-freedom agenda. Take a look!

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