Outnumbered and lightly armed, a Green Beret-led team that was ambushed by militants in Niger earlier this month became separated during the firefight, US officials and a Nigerien soldier told CNN Thursday
A coalition of gun rights and conservative groups have declared Jan. 19, 2013 to be “Gun Appreciation Day” and turned out 500,000 Americans nationwide to visit local gun ranges and purveyors and state capitols to show support for the Second Amendment. We handed the gun-grabbing President Obama his first defeat. We will never stop fighting for our gun rights.
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