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Ron Paul, Dr. No-body, beats Rudy and Fred--again
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"Well, he's hanging in there. Not only that, but Rep. Ron Paul thumped two reputed Republican heavyweights in the Michigan primary -- former Sen. Fred Thompson of Tennessee and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani."

"Who'd have predicted that a couple of months ago?"

"Giuliani, you may recall if you can remember anything as distant as last summer, was the longtime GOP national front-runner in polls. He ran strongly against everybody in his party, even former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who finally won one last night, taking his home state from Sen. John McCain, who won there in 2000. Everybody wondered if anyone had a chance against the hero of 9/11, who defied standard Republican theocracy with his liberal social views." ...
 

Fred Hits DoJ for "Overlawyering" Gun Rights Case
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"Gun rights advocates were understandably dismayed when the Bush Administration Justice Department submitted a brief in District of Columbia v. Heller, the big Second Amendent case to be argued later this term, calling for a remand of the case for reconsideration of D.C.'s gun laws under a less demanding constitutional standard."

"Given the Bush Administration's support for an 'individual rights' view of the Second Amendment, many find it incomprehensible that the Administration would not support the D.C. Circuit decision holding D.C.'s draconian gun restrictions unconstitutional."

"I do not know whether any of the other campaigns have taken notice of the DoJ brief, but Fred has. As reported on RedState, Thompson accused the administration of 'overlawyering' the case. After all, if an individual rights view of the Second Amendment does not proscribe an outright ban on handgun possession, there is not much left of the rights it purportedly protects."

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Eleven major U.S. cities tell Supreme Court they support total handgun ban
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"Seattle, Milwaukee and other large U.S. cities are warning the Supreme Court that gun-control laws around the nation would be jeopardized if the justices decide to eliminate the local District of Columbia ban on handguns." ...

"The 11 cities that signed the brief were: Baltimore; Cleveland; Los Angeles; Milwaukee; New York; Oakland, Calif.; Philadelphia; Sacramento, Calif.; San Francisco; Seattle; and Trenton, N.J."
 

Supreme Court to address the use of unauthorized evidence
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WASHINGTON — "A Supreme Court case heard Monday that could broadly affect the rights of motorists began when two Virginia police detectives stopped David Lee Moore in 2003 for driving with a suspended license."

"Instead of simply writing up a summons and letting him go, they arrested and searched him, finding crack cocaine in a jacket pocket. Moore was convicted of possession with intent to distribute. The Virginia Supreme Court voided the conviction, saying the search was unconstitutional because Virginia law does not give police the authority to arrest drivers for minor violations."

"Hearing Virginia's appeal, Chief Justice John Roberts and several other justices appeared sympathetic to state arguments that the evidence could be used anyway." ...

SUBMITTER'S NOTE: The AG wants the police to search for drugs and guns, no matter what the law says.
 

Who Shall Guard the Guards?
Submitted by: ChareltonHest
Website: http://atfabuse.com

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"We've been here before. A Republican administration, mildly allergic to the Second Amendment, is about to give way to a virulently anti-gun Democrat regime. The lying, arrogant and armed bureaucrats of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms are eager to curry favor and lick the boots of their incoming masters. The last time this led to Waco and the deaths of 85 innocent people. This time I fear it will lead to something worse." ...

"Of course, like everything else, the Olofson case is subject to the immutable Law of Unintended Consequences. A reasonable man, observing the outcome of Olofson's case might conclude that there is no point in an honest fellow playing the game of an abusive regime that flaunts the law and manipulates the courts. A reasonable man might conclude that, if he is approached by ATF agents, he should probably consider them as little better than unconstitutional gangsters operating under the fiction of legal pretense." ...
 

PA: State Rep. Perzel's bill to hire 10,000 cops touted as alternative to more gun control
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HARRISBURG - "Citing rising crime statistics in cities from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, Republican state Rep. John Perzel today urged his Democratic colleagues to debate his bill to add 10,000 police officers throughout the state." ...

"Republicans held the bill up as an alternative to several gun-control measures that some Democrats - led by those from Philadelphia and its suburbs - have been pushing."

"Two of those measures, including one that would have limited gun purchases to one a month, are effectively dead."

" 'We can spend the next two years, as we have the past two, debating how we can further impair the rights of law-abiding citizens to own firearms for recreational purposes,' said Rep. Steven Cappelli (R., Lycoming). 'Or we can do what this bill recommends: reverse the tide where our departments are outmanned and outgunned.' " ...
 

SC: Cross Hill Woman Comes Home, Kills Intruder
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"A Cross Hill woman returned home to find an intruder inside, and then shot and killed him. The incident happened about 8pm this evening on Pineland Shores Road. Laurens County Sheriff Ricky Chastain tells News Channel 7 that the woman heard someone in the home, grabbed a weapon, and saw him hiding in one of the rooms. She then shot him. It was not until after she shot him that she realized she knew him. Chastain says robbery appears to be the motive." ...
 

VA: Police say stabbing was in self-defense
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An Albemarle County man who was stabbed multiple times Saturday night has been charged with breaking and entering and assault and battery.

Just before 8 p.m. Saturday, 46-year-old Alonzo Page, of Blenheim Road, forced his way into the residence of an ex-girlfriend in the 800 block of Mallside Forest Court, according to authorities.

Police said the ex-girlfriend stabbed Page in the back and neck in an act of self-defense.

Page was transported to the University of Virginia Medical Center with non-life-threatening wounds. He has since been discharged.

KABA NOTE: The right to keep and bear arms includes arms of the bladed variety.
 

MS: Final suspect in home invasion thwarted by teenager is arrested, charged with death of accomplice
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"The final suspect in a Dec. 30 home invasion robbery in south Warren County that resulted in a fatal shooting has been found and arrested in Seattle, Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace said."

"Barry Wallace, 28, who Pace said was from Vicksburg, was picked up by agents with the U.S. Marshal's Task Force and charged with capital murder. He was captured at about 3 p.m. Tuesday at an acquaintance's home..." ...

"The adults were not home and the teen and other juveniles told authorities the intruders started bagging up merchandise. The teen, who has not been identified, shot Bruce once with a .410 shotgun. After being wounded, Bruce stumbled onto the lawn, where he was found dead when deputies arrived. The three other men fled..."
 

VA: Senate candidate and former governor Gilmore opposes so-called "gun show loophole" bill
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"Former Virginia Governor, and current candidate for U.S. Senate Jim Gilmore fires back at a plan to require instant background checks at gun shows."

"Current Governor Tim Kaine, a Democrat, proposed a bill in the General Assembly that would close what he calls the 'Gun Show Loophole' that allows private gun collectors to sell to others without having to perform a background check on the buyer first."

"You can read the letter that Gilmore, a Republican hoping to succeed retiring U.S. Senator John Warner, wrote to House of Delegates Speaker William Howell (R):" ...
 

Electoral college bypass approved by 2nd state
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"A second state has approved a plan that would bypass the U.S. electoral college, giving the presidency to the winner of a national popular vote."

"The move came this weekend when New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine signed legislation that specifies the state's 15 electoral college votes would go to the winner of the popular vote."

"Maryland, with its 10 electoral college votes, earlier approved a similar plan. Both are contingent on enough other states approving the plan to provide absolute control over presidential elections."

"Another state plan also is headed for the desk of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich after lawmakers approved it just days ago."

"Opponents say the plan threatens the nation's republican form of government and would give unstoppable control over the White House to any coalition the major population centers would choose to create."

"It would allow New York City to outvote much of the Midwest; Los Angeles could determine the course of a national agenda for the Pacific Northwest." ...
 

The NRA’s foundation sits on quicksand
Submitted by: Barry Bright
Website: http://www.willowtown.com/

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... "When we refuse to register or turn in our guns to the demagogues in our government we’ll be breaking ‘the law,’ and using our weapons for an ‘unlawful purpose.’ "

"Too many people in the NRA leadership obviously don’t get it. Or maybe some of them don't want to get it. Our enemies have infiltrated most every organization in this country, why not the NRA?" ...
 

CANADA: Police working fast food drive-thru windows to catch drunk drivers
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"...some police officers in Canada are parking themselves at fast-food drive-thru windows in order to catch drunk drivers. Why go fast-food? Because law enforcement officials kept hearing from drive-thru employees, 'You should be here late at night.' And because who doesn't like to eat after consuming too much alcohol?"

"Project WULF -- stands for 'would you like fries?' -- puts cops right in the drive-thru booths where they can pick up on slurred speech and can sniff out the smell of liquor. When suspicions mount, the observing officer advises a second officer who stops the vehicle as it departs." ...
 

CT: New Location — Same Great Merch At The East Coast Fine Arms Show
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"The New Year is here, come celebrate the best" proclaimed promoters Newman Chittenden and Martin Fasack in regard to their popular East Coast Fine Arms Show. Close to 100 exhibitors packed the exhibition area over the weekend of January 4–6, offering a diverse display of antique and high-end collectible firearms and accessories, Native American artifacts, Revolutionary- and Civil War-related relics and hunting-related items. The third annual event, the show relocated from Stamford to the Hyatt Regency Greenwich, conveniently located on Route 1 in the glitziest region of Connecticut's "Gold Coast." Touted by the promoters as offering the "best of the best," the show lived up to the reputation it has established during its short tenure.
 

Augustus Pond v. The People, "as it is their right and duty to aid in preserving the peace" [Explains the law of Self-Defense in great detail], May 12, 1860
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"...The same circumstances which excuse or justify homicide in defense of one's self, will excuse or justify it in defense of his servant..."

"...Suppressing riots. Private persons may forcibly interfere to suppress a riot or resist rioters; and they may justify homicide in so doing, it they can not otherwise suppress them, or defend themselves, their families or their property..."

"...A man may repel force by force in defense of his person, habitation or property, against any one who manifestly intends or endeavors by violence or surprise to commit a known felony on either, and if he kill him in so doing, it is justifiable homicide..."

"...All crime, therefore, can and should be resisted..."
 

TX: Texas Gun Supporters Laud as Hero Neighbor Who Killed Intruders
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"Quiet streets in the Houston suburb of Pasadena filled with hundreds of gun supporters and civil-rights activists after homeowner Joe Horn shot two men who broke into his neighbor's house. 'Move, you're dead!' Horn is heard shouting to the men on the tape of his call to a 911 operator. The warning is followed by the sound of shotgun blasts that killed both intruders."

"In Texas, which doesn't require that guns be registered, residents are divided over whether to praise or imprison Horn, who ignored the operator's pleas to stay inside his own house until police arrived. Clashes between opposing protestors two weeks after the Nov. 14 shooting led Pasadena to enact a ban on targeted picketing of a home." ...
 

IL: Leading National Gun Violence Group Endorses Will Burns for State Representative
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"Leaders of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and its Illinois Million Mom March Chapters today announced they have endorsed Democrat Will Burns for State Representative in the February 5 primary in the 26th State District." ...
 

Owen v. State, "the right, guarantied by the constitution to every citizen", 1858
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"...took a small pistol out of his pocket, to get a cap; that the pistol was the smallest he had ever seen, and he requested the defendant to let him look at it; that the defendant did so, and, when he and the others had looked at it, it was handed back to the defendant, who again put it into his vest pocket..."

"...That section was not designed to destroy the right, guarantied by the constitution to every citizen, "to bear arms in defense of himself and the State"; nor to require them to be so borne, as to render them useless for the purpose of defense. It is a mere regulation of the manner in which certain weapons are to be borne; a regulation, the object of which was to promote personal security..."
 

PA: Police chief charged with stealing money seized in drug busts
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"Chris W.R. Wade, now a police chief in Dauphin County, is accused of taking money seized in drug investigations."

"A former Hamburg police officer, who once was accused of threatening to shoot a customer in a West Reading diner, has been charged with stealing more than $3,000 seized in drug investigations in the Dauphin County community where he is now police chief."

"Wade has been police chief in Lykens since January 2005. Borough council will discuss his job status Monday, Kerwin said."

"Wade remains free awaiting a preliminary hearing on charges of theft and unsworn falsification, according to Dauphin County District Attorney Edward M. Marsico Jr." ...
 

GA: Gun bill gutted after opposition from governor
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"A key Senate committee gutted a gun bill Tuesday that would have allowed Georgians to carry guns in their cars to work, in an attempt to diffuse a two-year battle between gun lobbyists and business owners. The vote came just a few hours after Gov. Sonny Perdue announced his opposition to the bill, which was backed by the National Rifle Association. The Senate Rules Committee, which sets the agenda for the chamber, drastically narrowed the scope of the bill that originally would have allowed any employee to keep a firearm in cars parked in company lots. The new version applies only to Georgians with state-issued concealed weapons permits, and only in limited circumstances."

"Originally, the bill would have applied to 9.5 million Georgia workers. The current version gives limited protection to the estimated 300,000 holders of state-issued concealed weapons permits." ...

TRANSLATION: In other words, those who've gotten the government's permission to exercise a basic constitutional right might get a little more permission to do so, leaving the vast majority out in the cold.
 

GA: Video report: GA Legislature voting on "parking lot" bill
Submitted by: Mark McCullough
Website: http://www.georgiacarry.org/

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The GA legislature is voting on HB 89 which would allow the carrying of a gun in the locked car of an employee while in their employer's parking lot. This is being pushed by the NRA.
 

GA: "Guns At Work" Bill Clears Committee
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Georgia gun owners would be able to leave their firearm in their locked car at work. But only if they had a concealed weapon permit, and only if the owner of the workplace property said it was OK.

Bending to opposition from the state's powerful chamber of commerce, the state Senate Rules Committee on Tuesday approved a watered-down version of a contentious gun bill being pushed by the National Rifle Association.
 

GA: The "Gun Bill Battle" in Georgia
Submitted by: Mark McCullough
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It's only the second day of the session; and already there's a sense of the slightly weird.

The weirdness began when the sponsor of the original bill, Rep. Tim Bearden (R-Villa Rica) was late for his testimony. When he arrived, he explained that he was in meetings with the Governor's staff -- a sign of how much Gov. Sonny Perdue wants to do a deal that will keep him out of the crosshairs of the National Rifle Association or the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.

As one lawmaker put it: "It's been restricted so much that you wonder why there's still any opposition to it. But, because it's so restricted now, you wonder why we'd still do it at all."
 

GA: Georgia Senate moving forward on gun rights bill
Submitted by: Mark McCullough
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"Georgia has one of the most restrictive laws in the country," Rep. Tim Bearden said. "In California, you can go to the governor's mansion with your firearm and shake hands with Gov. Schwarzenegger. In Georgia, you can walk past a bus stop and go to prison for 20 years."
 

Teepen: NRA not likely to lose sway
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"For a giddy moment there, sanity broke out all around and Congress, with bipartisan support no less, enacted and President Bush signed an actual, genuine gun-control bill." ...

"Despite this rare lapse, the NRA and the rest of the gun lobby are otherwise busy about their usual business of working — mostly through state legislatures, with appalling success — to put more firearms in more hands and in more public spaces."

"The noisiest reaction to the recent murder of nine in a shooting spree in a Omaha mall denounced the ban many malls have on customers packing heat. If only shoppers had been armed, the complaint went, they could have shot that sorry sucker dead." ...
 

PA: 71-year-old man who killed jewelry thief gets life term without parole
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"Barry Mason, a 71-year-old theft victim who retaliated by shooting his assailant seven times in the head and upper body at close range, has been convicted of first-degree murder..."

"Meanwhile, Mason, of Old City, a tool repairman with no prior criminal record, has been ordered by Common Pleas Court Judge Sheila Woods-Skipper to serve a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole."

"Jamil Burton of South Philadelphia was 19 when, in August 2006, he snatched from Mason's neck a gold chain that held an $18,000 diamond ring and rode off on his bicycle. Mason, who had been driving his car and had been stopped at a light, then followed Burton to Louis I. Kahn Memorial Park in Center City and killed him with a .380-caliber pistol he was licensed to carry." ...
 

Scotland to host summit on air-gun law
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"SCOTLAND is to host a UK-wide summit on reforming the law on firearms including air guns." ...

"The summit is being welcomed by gun control campaigners, police organisations, and rural and shooting groups."

"Attempts to allow firearms legislation, particularly concerning air guns, to be devolved to the Scottish Parliament were rejected last December."

"Firearms legislation is reserved to Westminster but SNP ministers argued Scotland had a specific problem with air guns, which have caused three deaths and 1,154 injuries since records began eight years ago." ...
 

Scotland: "Cases of attempted murder involving firearms are almost three times that of a decade ago."
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"A firearms summit to identify how gun laws can be reformed is being planned by ministers in Scotland." ...

"...communities across Scotland were "crying out" for tougher action to tackle the spread and misuse of firearms, in particular air weapons." ...

[Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill said:] "Despite welcome past reforms, no responsible government can say the job is done. Not when firearms casualties in Scotland rose by a quarter last year - one in three of them children - and when cases of attempted murder involving firearms are almost three times that of a decade ago."

KABA NOTE: They banned firearms over a decade ago. If gun bans actually banish guns, how could attempted murder with firearms by three times higher?
 

KY: Bill would allow guns on campus (in a vehicle)
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"State Rep. Bob Damron, D-Nicholasville, signed up 44 co-sponsors Tuesday for his bill that would allow people who park on public university property to keep a legally registered gun in their vehicle. Currently, this can be prohibited by weapons policies set by the state universities. 'All this bill does is say you're going to be treated like everyone else,' Damron said. 'Anywhere else you can have a gun in your car.' The co-sponsors for HB 114 include Democrats and Republicans." ...
 

OK: Woman Sues City After Dog Is Fatally Shot
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"A Muskogee woman is suing the city after she says police used excessive force against her and her dog." ...

"In the lawsuit filed last week, the woman claims officers unlawfully handcuffed her, pushed her down and hit her. She says what happened to her dog led to the legal action." ...

"Officers came to the apartment after Yvonne had an argument with her boyfriend." ...

"Yvonne says she opened the door to police with Shelby by her side."

"The officer just snatched my arm and pulled me out of the door because I was in my door and he pulled me out."

"Yvonne says the dog barked, but did not attack. And, one of the officers shot the dog in the head." ...
 

TRUE HUMOR: Man shoots self in groin during robbery
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KOKOMO, Ind. - Oh, shoot! A man accidentally shot himself in the groin as he was robbing a convenience store Tuesday, police said.

A clerk told police a man carrying a semiautomatic handgun entered the Village Pantry demanding cash and a pack of cigarettes. The clerk put the cash in a bag and as she turned to get the cigarettes, she heard the gun discharge.

Police say surveillance video shows the man shooting himself as he placed the gun in the waistband of his pants. The clerk wasn't injured.

A short time later, police found 25-year-old Derrick Kosch at a home with a gunshot wound to his right testicle and lower left leg.

Submitter's note: HA! HA!
 

GA: More hand-wringing opposition to guns in your car in a parking lot
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"...the NRA is back in the Georgia legislature, reviving its campaign to prohibit businesses from forbidding employees from keeping firearms in their cars."

"The bill was defeated as an obscene sequel to the Virginia Tech shootings..." ...

"...800 people a year are killed by guns in the U.S. workplace."

"Of course most of the world goes to work, school and the store without the help of a firearm and enjoys the fact that others did the same." ...

"The fast-tracked NRA bill is expected to reach a floor vote in the Senate by the end of the week, three days after a Rules Committee hearing."
 

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