Freedom's Gate, Kn@ppster, and The War on Guns
Links to Leave Us Alone appear on three more blogs: Freedom's Gate, Kn@ppster, and The War on Guns.
At Freedom's Gate, Andrew Lewis is raising money to defray his cost of promoting the Democratic Freedom Caucus at the Young Democrats of America's annual convention. In other recent posts, Mr. Lewis has called for more civil discourse and asks "What's wrong with being a member of the Federalist Society?"
At Kn@ppster, Thomas L. Knapp is raising funds for Doctors Without Borders as part of the upcoming Blogathon 2005. Mr. Knapp has recently posted policy proposals to make the Democratic Party "America's party again" and, in a two-part post, highlighted abuses of power by the government of a small suburb in Missouri. Also, if you haven't yet read Mr. Knapp's post about the draft Iraqi constitution, please do so. It's well worth the read.
At The War on Guns, David Codrea doesn't appear to be raising funds for anything, which is good, because I'm tapped out at the moment. Mr. Codrea speaks out against threats to our Second Amendment rights, including Ohio's own Senator Mike DeWine (R-Cedarville). While focusing primarily on opposition to the right to keep and bear arms, Mr. Codrea touches on other threats to freedom, including RFID tracking and subway bag searches.
Thanks to Mr. Lewis, Mr. Knapp, and Mr. Codrea for linking to Leave Us Alone!