Sunday, March 28, 2010

Come and Take It Radio March 28, 2010

Good Evening, tonight we started the show discussing the thousands that rally in DC to pull troops from two war zones.

At least eight people, including activist Cindy Sheehan, were arrested by U.S. Park Police at the end of the march, after laying coffins at a fence outside the White House. Friday marked the seventh anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.

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We then move on to discuss the recent actions by federal judge Ricardo M. Urbina to uphold DC gun regulations.

U.S. District Judge Ricardo M. Urbina found that the new regulations were crafted to make the streets safer and aren't so restrictive that they violate the Second Amendment guarantee of a person's right to own a gun for self-defense.

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In the last few minutes of the first hour we touch on the record numbers of those now licensed to "pack heat" which you can read here -

We also touched on Utah, Florida help non-residents pack guns, read here -

In the second hour we have guest James Kennedy on to discuss his website

Sunday, March 7, 2010

Come and Take it Radio 3/7/10

Good Evening! Tonight we are joined by our friend and old fellow co-host of PNAC Radio, Casey Pennington. We first talk about the most recent piece from the Southern Poverty Law Center, 'Extremist Groups Surge in 2009' which you can find here -

We also mention their article 'Fear of Fema' which you can find here -

Next we play a video from CNN of John Avlon, author of Independent Nation: How Centrists Can Change American Politics and Wingnuts: How the Lunatic Fringe is Hijacking America. Watch the clip here -

We also played a clip of Mitt Romney on Chris Wallace's program that Obama’s words support 9/11 truthers abroad, watch it here -

Moving on to another issue we have had with the "Left" since the election is the now non-existent anti-war movement. We comment on this for a few minutes and touch on websites such as and

Switching gears we go on to discuss a Chicago man's challenge of city's handgun ban. 76 year old Otis McDonald has become the face of one of the most important Second Amendment lawsuits in history wants you to know this: He is not a ''showpiece'' for the pro-gun lobby in the landmark case that could overturn Chicago's handgun ban. Read the article here -,CST-NWS-guns02.article


TEXAS IMPACT/AUSTIN POLICE DEPT explain Austin Regional Intelligence Center (Fusion Centers)
March 10, 2010 6:30-8:00p @ Cristo Rey Catholic Church.
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March 20, 2010 3:00-9:00p @ Doubletree Hotel Austin
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