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A life remembered: former GSL member Dick Burwash

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November 12, 2012
A life remembered:  former GSL member Dick Burwash

It is with great sadness we report the passing of former GSL member Richard “Dick” Burwash. He passed away at Carle hospital Saturday morning. Burwash, a life-long farmer in the area that is today Savoy, was a big supporter of gun rights. He also recently participated in the Honor Flight for World War II...
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Newly re-elected Jesse Jackson Jr. is goin’ to prison

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November 12, 2012
Newly re-elected Jesse Jackson Jr. is goin’ to prison

by John Boch Jesse Jackson Jr. is in hot water with more than his wife for his alleged infidelities with his hot, blonde (Caucasian) girlfriend. He’s in trouble with the feds. By the way, why is it that the Democrat Illinois Attorney General can’t find any corruption in Illinois politics?  You can’t swing a...
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Cook County approves gun tax

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November 12, 2012
Cook County approves gun tax

  It’s official. Cook County Democrats passed a slew of new taxes, including the onerous modern-day poll tax on guns by a vote of 16-1. Chicago (Tribune) – The cost of buying cigarettes and guns in Cook County will rise next year after commissioners today voted 16-1 to approve County Board President Toni Preckwinkle’s...
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Giving new meaning to “happy ending”! (Or “happy ending” squared!)

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November 11, 2012
Giving new meaning to “happy ending”!  (Or “happy ending” squared!)

  Less than 24-hours ago in Alcalde, New Mexico a randy 33-year-old tough guy named Lawrence Sandoval from nearby Taos, NM, thought he was going to have his way with an innocent woman who struck his fancy at the local gas station. He followed her home, and then barged his way into her home,...
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Sandy brings the Third World to the USA’s urban dependency culture

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November 11, 2012
Sandy brings the Third World to the USA’s urban dependency culture

Recently, at an Illinois State University football game, the do-gooders there organized an “awareness” walk where the college kids would bring a used milk jug, fill it with water, and walk 5 kilometers with it to bring “awareness” to the people somewhere in Africa needing to do the same thing everyday to provide water...
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Happy Veteran’s Day.

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November 11, 2012
Happy Veteran’s Day.

  Thank you, vets.
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Obama won through vote fraud.

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November 10, 2012
Obama won through vote fraud.

So, you voted last Tuesday, huh? So did lots of other people fraudulently voting en masse, and the end result was far from a free and fair election. We’re just going to come right out and say it. Last Tuesday’s election was stolen by the Democratic Party for Barack Obama.  Period. Why do we...
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Happy Birthday USMC!

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November 10, 2012
Happy Birthday USMC!


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Quite a contrast: Chicago elects corrupt pols, downstate IL votes for right-to-carry

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November 10, 2012
Quite a contrast:  Chicago elects corrupt pols, downstate IL votes for right-to-carry

The contrast in Illinois is stark. Urban dependency culture voters in Chicago vote for Santa Claus in the form of Democrats, even when those Democrats are under federal investigation for corruption and various scandals. Jesse Jackson Jr. for instance: As expected, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Chicago) cruised to an easy victory with 63 percent...
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Wired mag: Report: Mexican Cartel Bought Guns From U.S. Border Patrol

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November 9, 2012
Wired mag:  Report: Mexican Cartel Bought Guns From U.S. Border Patrol

(Wired Magazine) – The testimony of a Mexican hitman turned government witness has revealed some astonishing details of life inside Mexico’s criminal underworld. Most astonishing of all: claims that cartel assassins obtained guns from the U.S. Border Patrol. According to Mexican magazine Revista Contralinea, the testimony comes from a protected government witness and former...
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