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The Straw Purchase – Final Hope of the Anti-Gun Elite
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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... "The new holy grail of gun control as determined by its latest self-appointed leader, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, is the straw purchase. Bloomberg contends that most guns used in crimes are legally purchased by people who can buy guns, and then sold or given directly to criminals. By implying that gun shops don’t do enough to stop straw purchases, Bloomberg tries to convince people that there needs to be more regulation on the sale of guns."

"What he refuses to admit is that by definition a straw purchase is illegal and the people who take part in a straw purchase are criminals." ...
 

Ron Paul on Gun Control
Submitted by: david wolfe

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Good ananysis of a great candidate who doesn't seem to have much of a shot.
 

MI: State figures dispel anti-gun predictions
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"At issue: A look back at Michigan’s concealed carry gun law, six years after it took effect."

"Our view: Data indicates law-abiding citizens, given a chance to make good choices, have led to improved safety as well as to more freedom." ...
 

CT: Connecticut Cops Accused of Sex With Prostitutes While on Duty
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MADISON, Conn. — "Madison's police commission has heard allegations that several town officers have had encounters with prostitutes while working the overnight shift."

"The allegations came up Monday during a Police Commission disciplinary hearing for the midnight shift supervisor, Sgt. Timothy Heiden."

"The officers allegedly met with the prostitutes at several locations including the commuter parking lot off of Interstate 95 as well as behind a school and a shopping center." ...
 

MD: Baltimore seeks longer prison stays for "gun offenders" and criminal charges for failure to report a gun stolen
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"Baltimore State's Attorney Patricia C. Jessamy and Mayor Sheila Dixon want new legislation to keep people convicted of gun crimes in prison longer and require anyone who has lost a weapon to report the disappearance to police within three days." ...

"Dixon also wants to require gun owners to report lost or stolen guns within 72 hours of discovering their disappearance or face misdemeanor criminal charges. The idea is to allow prosecutors to punish people who are careless with their weapons or knowingly loan them out for nefarious purposes." ...

"Douglas B. Ludwig, chief of the state's attorney's firearms division, said that administering a 'lost or stolen gun registry' would be onerous but worth it if it helps prosecutors send more gun offenders to prison." ...
 

Rep. McCarthy Statement on President Bush’s Signing of the NICS Improvement Act
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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... "This important legislation will close the wide gaps in our nation’s firearm background check system to ensure violent criminals and the mentally ill no longer slip through the cracks and gain access to dangerous weapons. Since Coming to Congress eleven years ago in the wake of my own personal tragedy, I have dedicated my life to reducing the needless deaths from gun violence. Today’s signing will certainly achieve that goal, and will undoubtedly make our nation safer." ...
 

The Candidates on guns
Submitted by: david wolfe

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How do the candidates stack up when defending the right to keep and bear arms?

Hillary Clinton
John Edwards
Barack Obama
Bill Richardson
Rudy Giuliani
Mike Huckabee
John McCain
Mitt Romney
Fred Thompson

Click the above link for a quick look.
 

GA: Campus weapons law not needed for adults
Submitted by: Pastor Guest
Website: http://www.stepstowardthemark.com/

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"How refreshing to read that a Clarke County grand jury had enough sense not to indict Douglas Kyle McClure, who was arrested by University of Georgia police last year on felony weapons charges because of a toy gun they found in his car on campus (Story, 'Grand jury refuses to indict grad for pellet gun at UGA,' Thursday)." ...
 

GA: Rep. Bearden Introduces HB915, "The Second Amendment Protection Act of 2008"
Submitted by: Mark McCullough
Website: http://www.georgiacarry.org/

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"The Second Amendment Protection Act (SAPA), HB 915, rewrites the firearms laws of Georgia."

"It removes conflicting, confusing and overly restrictive laws. It includes the Car Carry Bill from the 2007 session. It stops capers like Mayor Bloomberg's straw purchasers. It repeals the Public Gathering law. It requires timely issuance of firearms licenses. It includes the Katrina Bill."

"Now it needs the help of all gun owners in Georgia to contact your representatives." ...

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Submitter's note: This is as big as Stand Your Ground or Shall Issue. This is important, and this is needed.
 

Shares of Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. on the rise
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
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"Shares of Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. (NASDAQ:SWHC) rose Wednesday after Susquehanna Financial initiated coverage on the handgun maker with a positive rating, saying new products and the potential for an Army contract could boost the company's top line. Smith & Wesson recently launched a line of bolt-action rifles, which, in addition to a new line of hunting rifles, have already been covered by 11 industry magazines, Susquehanna told clients." ...
 

AZ: Is the California Lead Ban coming to Arizona?
Submitted by: Dustin
Website: http://dustinsgunblog.blogspot.com/

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On Friday Jan 18th the Arizona Game & Fish Commission will be discussing issues related to gun owners & hunters in a meeting open to the public located at the Arizona Game and Fish Department at 5000 W Carefree Hwy starting at 8 AM. Item # 10 on the announced agenda is of particular concern to me because it is to discuss "issues associated with lead from spent ammunition":

"10. Presenter: Ron Sieg, Flagstaff Regional Supervisor. Presentation and discussion regarding issues associated with lead from spent ammunition, current Department programs and ideas regarding any future program . The Commission will be provided with a presentation on issues associated with lead from spent ammunition" . . .

The NRA-ILA has issued an alert . . .
 

CWI - Carrying While Intoxicated
Submitted by: Dustin
Website: http://dustinsgunblog.blogspot.com/

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There are too many States that ban carrying weapons while in Bars or even worse - while in restaurants that in addition to food & soda also happen to serve Alcohol. Arizona is one of those States. It is a violation of the 2nd Amendment for a State government to tell me that I can't bear arms just because I happen to be in a location open to the public that happens to serve Alcohol. Not only that, but when I'm in a location that serves Alcohol I'm probably at greatest risk of being attacked by some crazy drunk guy. Making such locations a Gun Free Zone does not keep bad guys from bringing guns there, all it does is create yet another Defenseless Victim Zone . . .
 

My Car and its Contents are MY Private Property
Submitted by: Dustin
Website: http://dustinsgunblog.blogspot.com/

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A debate is going about whether or not a business owner who has a parking lot open to the public can tell his or her employees what is and what is not allowed to be within their cars while parked there. I personally think the answer is simple & straight forward. If a business has a parking lot that is not locked up & protected by security guards then the parking lot is essentially open to the public. If the public can park their privately owned vehicles with their privately owned contents then why can't the employees?

Trying to tell employees that they are not allowed to have a lawfully stored gun in their privately owned vehicle which is an extension of their own home is a violation of the private property rights of that employee . . .
 

VA: CCRKBA Blasts VA Gov. Kaine for Using Virginia Tech Crime to Attack Gun Shows
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Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine has fallen back on one of the oldest, and most shoddy, tactics in the gun grabber playbook by using the Virginia Tech tragedy to launch an attack on gun shows, when the crime had nothing to do with gun shows, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today.

"Neither of the guns used by Virginia Tech killer Seung-Hui Cho was purchased at a gun show," noted CCRKBA Legislative Liaison Joe Waldron.
"Attacking some mythical 'gun show loophole' will do nothing to prevent criminals from getting their hands on guns illegally, because it has been
shown statistically that criminals rarely get firearms at such shows."

Waldron was alluding to a study done for the Department of Justice that found less than one percent (0.7 %) of criminals imprisoned for using guns in crimes got their firearms from gun shows. The overwhelming majority get
firearms from family, associates or on the street. However, Gov. Kaine
wants to require background checks on all firearms transactions at gun shows, including private sales that are exempt under current federal statute. ...
 

CA: San Franciso handgun ban unanimously ruled illegal under state law
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In a unanimous decision today, the California Court of Appeals ruled that the City of San Francisco's handgun ban is illegal under state law, upholding a lawsuit filed by the Second Amendment Foundation and several other groups.

"This is a great day for gun owners and civil rights in California," said SAF Founder Alan M. Gottlieb. "This is the second time we successfully
fought a gun ban in San Francisco, and what this demonstrates is that the city's leadership is as horribly out of touch with the law as it seems to be out of touch with reality."

In its ruling, the court held that Proposition H, approved by voters in November 2005, is invalid as preempted by state law. ...
 

Canada: Middle of the night armed home invasion
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Airdrie Echo — "Airdrie RCMP are investigating a home invasion involving a firearm that happened Saturday in a rural residence near Balzac."

"At 6:30 a.m., the occupants of the residence were woken when three armed suspects entered the residence. After robbing the occupants, one of whom sustained minor injuries, the suspects fled the scene with an undisclosed amount of money."

" The firearm was not discharged during the robbery, Airdrie RCMP Cpl. Derek Bloxham said in a press release." ...
 

IL: New Police Supt. Vows To Stamp Out Police Corruption
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"The Chicago city council on Wednesday confirmed Jody Weis as the new Chicago police superintendent, after which Weis met with reporters and discussed the city's multimillion-dollar settlement with victims of police torture."

"...Weis, a career FBI agent from Philadelphia, will lead a department usually run by an insider. Weis was asked how he would crack down on corruption without demoralizing police officers." ...

"Stafford reported that Weis, 50, will head a police force that has been embarrassed by video that shows an off-duty police officer, Anthony Abbate, beating a female bartender. Another police officer, Sgt. John Herman, faces sentencing for sexually assaulting a woman while on duty." ...
 

WY: How the votes are blatantly rigged and the will of the people ignored
Submitted by: motoboys

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Our election system is rigged to bless only "status quo" candidates.

Mitt Romney "won" most of Wyoming's Republican delegates recently, but he lost the majority of the earlier straw polls.

This type of charade is going to be repeated in many other states. Read this article to see how you aren't going to be given a real choice next November.
 

More Second Amendment states looking to recruit firearms manufacturers
Submitted by: Idaho Ordnance
Website: http://www.id-ord.com

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I has posted earlier that Idaho was beginning to recruit firearms manufacturers, one editorial claimed it was a "natural fit". State Officials are even planning on attending the Shot Show.

Montana, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming are also attempting to recruit firearms manufacturers. Now Oklahoma State Senator Jay Paul Gumm (D) has stated that they are looking to lure manufacturers to Oklahoma.

Personally I would love to see a Massachusetts firearms manufacturers like Smith & Wesson or Savage pack up, take their jobs and leave to a Second Amendment state, that would be great retribution to John Kerry and Ted Kennedy who have continued to support gun control legislation.
 

Father of student slain at Virginia Tech uses son's death to promote gun control
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... "Check the news, he advised. Something was happening at Virginia Tech, where our adult son, Jamie, taught." ...

"Not until Friday morning did we see Jamie again, atop a funeral-home gurney..." ...

"I do not wish to confiscate any decent citizen's gun. But soon Georgia lawmakers will debate two bills that, if passed, would steeply undermine public safety." ...

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KABA NOTE: Naturally, anyone with a shred of compassion must feel for the tragic loss of this grieving father. But his grief does not explain how we are all safer when we are defenseless like his son was.
 

FL: Stabbing ruled self defense by police, perforated attacker arrested
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"A man stabbed at the 2007 Boggy Bayou Mullet Festival is now in jail."

"James Walter Suttles, 18, of Florala, Ala., has been charged with burglary to an occupied vehicle with intent to commit a battery. The man who stabbed him will not be charged." ...

"An investigation by the Niceville Police Department found that Ryan McCurley, 18, of Florala, stabbed Suttles in self-defense after he climbed in McCurley’s truck and began to hit him in the face, according to an arrest report."

"Suttles’ account of the Oct. 21 altercations that happened between him and McCurley match that of other witnesses." ...

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AR: Two firearms found in "Gun Free School Zone", students arrested
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LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Little Rock School District is considering expulsion for two students after two handguns were found on the campus at Hall High School.

Security officers searching for a contraband cell phone found a .22-caliber handgun, instead, in a potato chip bag. School officials then ordered a search of all students, lockers, and vehicles parked on campus.

Authorities saw a small knife in one car and a 9 millimeter handgun in a truck. Little Rock police arrived and arrested two students.

District spokesman Joe Mittiga was not sure if the guns were loaded.
 

WA: School officials who let student keep loaded handgun will keep their jobs
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RICHLAND -- "Richland School leaders announced no one's getting fired for letting a student have a gun in his backpack for more than an hour and a half after teachers found out about it."

"For the first time ever, Wednesday, the District went public with disciplinary action taken against school staff for that incident that happened last month."

"On December 12, Richland Police arrested two boys for bringing a 9 mm handgun and a full magazine of bullet to class." ...

"On Wednesday, the school decided, rather than fire Rettig or Bricker, both would get Letters of Reprimand and a week suspension without pay." ...
 

CA: Unloaded gun at school gets 2 Acalanes students arrested
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"Two Acalanes High School students have been arrested after one brought an unloaded 9mm handgun to school and gave it to the other, police said."

"No ammunition was found in an 'extensive' search at the school, said Lafayette Police Chief Michael Hubbard."

"The students had not made any threats and seemed to have no plan to use the gun, Hubbard said."

" 'I feel confident that he was not an immediate threat,' Hubbard said. 'There was no intended act of violence.' "

"The gun was found in a 16-year-old's backpack before lunch when he was called to the office for an unrelated disciplinary issue that warranted a search, Acalanes Principal John Nickerson said." ...
 

Don't be a sheep; be a sheepdog
Submitted by: Mark McCullough
Website: http://www.georgiacarry.org/

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We can no longer afford to take a "predisposition to be victims" or have the "sheep state of mind." We must now abide by the belief that we are going to take control - the "sheepdog mindset."

We are going to be assertive, aggressive and, when need be, lethal. The positive aspect about that is anything that makes people feel less helpless and more in control is good.

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The author Gary J. Glemboski, a Savannah police officer, is the director of Global Tactical Training Group. He has over 39 years experience teaching self-defense and teaches personal protection and defensive firearms to civilians, military and law enforcement.
 

America's gun culture - fading slowly?
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - "Is America, land of shooting massacres in schools and public places, slowly falling out of love with guns?"

"The answer is yes, and it runs counter to popular perceptions of the United States as a country where most citizens are armed to the teeth and believe it is every American's inalienable right to buy an AK 47-style assault rifle with the minimum of bureaucratic paperwork."

"But in fact, gun ownership in the United States has been declining steadily over more than three decades, relegating gun owners to minority status." ...

"This is a little-reported phenomenon but the trend is shown clearly by statistics compiled by the University of Chicago's National Opinion Research Center..." ...

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KABA NOTE: Using "studies" promoted by anti-gun entities with the word "Opinion" in their names might not be the best source for reporting facts. But as many gun prohibitionists say, when confronted with raw facts: "That's not my opinion."
 

IL: Elementary school locked down and evacuated over gun in nearby house
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KEWANEE, Illinois -- "The Kewanee Wethersfield Elementary School was placed under lock-down Tuesday afternoon at 1:30. The lock-down was precautionary due to a reports of John Puskar, 28, of Kewanee with a gun in a nearby house. Children were released only to their parents."

"Police swarmed the neighborhood around Wethersfield School and closed off streets."

"... [the] school district contacted parents through the local radio station ... all 700 students got out because of police support and parents' cooperation." ...

"The Henry County States Attorney says Puskar faces felony possession of a firearm charge. He did not have a required foid (firearms owner identification card)..."

"The stand-off lasted about four hours." ...
 

IL: 4 alleged cop torture victims to split $19.8 mil.
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"...the City Council today took an historic step toward closing the book on one of the ugliest chapters in the history of the Chicago Police Department."

"Four alleged torture victims of former Area 2 Cmdr. Jon Burge and his cohorts will divide a $19.8 million city settlement, under an agreement that aldermen hope will mark the first step toward healing a deep wound in the African-American community." ...

"The hearing reopened old wounds by airing videotape of Burge victims recounting the now-infamous torture that included pulling plastic bags and typewriter covers over the heads of suspects, beating them with telephone books, handcuffing them to radiators and administering electric shocks to their genitals." ...
 

TN: Justified homicides triple in Memphis
Submitted by: Mark McCullough
Website: http://www.georgiacarry.org/

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"The number of justifiable homicides nearly tripled from 2006 to 2007 in Memphis."

"But criminal slayings in city fall from 150 to 131 in 2007."

"No one is sure why, but one man has a theory."

" 'The thugs have started running into people who can protect themselves,' said Tom Givens, owner and instructor at the firearms training school RangeMaster." ...
 

KS: Police chief canned for stealing firefighters' beer
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WILSON, Kansas (AP) -- "A small-town police chief was fired this week after he was convicted of stealing beer from the fire department's refrigerator."

"The Wilson City Council on Monday fired Chief Brian Hill, effective January 25. He has the option of a hearing within the next two weeks."

"Hill was arrested August 1 after a surveillance tape showed him taking the beer. He was convicted of misdemeanor theft December 26 and given probation."

"He had been suspended without pay pending an appeal of the conviction."

"Authorities did not disclose how much beer was stolen, or why it was in the fire department. A warrant put the value of the beer at less than $1,000."
 

Gun prohibitionists publicly practice lying down to promote docile defenselessness
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SOUTH CAROLINA (but it could happen anywhere) -- "You've heard of sit-ins as a form of protest, but in Charleston, people walking past City Hall saw a lie-in. Organizer Sallie Duell said, 'We are having a lie-in to protest easy access to guns.' "

"32 people laid down, one for each victim of the Virginia Tech shooting. They remained on the ground for three minutes. That's the time frame organizers say it took the shooter to buy two guns. Duell said, 'We are outraged by what is happening and we want to see change.' " ...
 

GA: "Many people we talked to on the streets told us they're signing up for self defense classes"
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"I had been on the phone all day, talking to people about it. Close friends and not so close friends were calling me, asking for some inside information on the murder of Meredith Emerson." ...

"Whether you like to hike or not, Dunlop says people associate a national forest as a place of pristine beauty and peace. Now the image of the North Georgia Mountains serves as a reminder that a terrible thing can happen anywhere to anyone. Dunlop also says people identify with and have empathy for Emerson who was put in a powerless helpless situation through no fault of her own."

"...many people we talked to on the streets told us they're signing up for self defense classes, thinking of buying guns or tasers..." ...
 

Canada: Five people "charged jointly with several firearms offences," but there's only one gun involved
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Five people are facing charges after the Ottawa Police Guns and Gangs Unit seized a firearm from a home in Ottawa's south end.

Ottawa Police say the Guns and Gangs Unit, assisted by the Tactical Unit, seized a .45 caliber revolver while executing a search warrant on Horsdale Private.

Five people have been charged jointly with several firearms offences.

Police say four of the men are associated with street gangs in Ottawa.

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WY: Officials rule out charges against knife-wielding man; it's self defense
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"Police and prosecutors have ruled out charges against a man who wielded a knife in a brawl Sunday at Mingles because they say the man did it in self-defense, Detective Eric Dearcorn said."

"Six men jumped the 23-year-old when he came to the aid of his 28-year-old girlfriend, who’d been jumped by four other women in the bar’s parking lot. He pulled out a pocket knife and began slicing at them, giving one person a wound that Dearcorn described as 'like a paper cut' or a 'scratch.' "

"Prosecutors are still considering charges against another 23-year-old man who allegedly swung a tire iron at the man with the knife, Dearcorn said. He could be charged with felony aggravated assault or misdemeanor reckless endangerment." ...
 

PA: Judge Rules That Man’s Revoked Gun Permit Should Be Returned
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"A Chambersburg man who had his gun permit taken away after bringing his weapon into a voting precinct was in court Tuesday."

"Greg Rotz says he did nothing illegal when he brought his openly carried firearm to a voting precinct on election night in November."

"According to state law, he's right. That's why after a very short hearing Tuesday afternoon, a judge decided Rotz's permit should be returned."
 

LA: Man Robs Cab, Tries To Break Into House, Shot By Homeowner
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"Early Tuesday morning, a home owner shot an intruder in the leg. The intruder was trying to get away from police after he held-up a cab driver."

"According to Lafayette Police, Quintin Sam, 26, showed a cab driver a knife at the corner of Moss and Willow Streets around 1:30a.m. Tuesday. He took off, as police were chasing him, he tried to force his way into a home."

"That's when the home-owner shot Sam in the leg. Sam is in the hospital, Police said when he gets out, he'll be charged with armed robbery and aggravated burglary."
 

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