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Newslinks for 1/19/2001

Submitted by: Bob Beatty

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Rush's take on the gun issue flare-up in the Ashcroft hearings. Some good food for thought for conservatives/gun owners at the end of this piece.

Different Stories from Family and Police
Submitted by: Anonymous

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Additional Information on the shooting death of Carl Ray Wilson

LB 496 Concealed Carry Introduced in Nebraska Legislature
Submitted by: Clifford J. Petersen

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Enter "496" submit, then click on "Introduced Bill" for Adobe download of this nine page document introduced on the 10th, sent to "judiciary" on the 16th. This is a 4-year, $60 "shall issue permit" for residents. This is a far cry from BOR correct "Vermont-style" as you are well registered with a picture ID copy going even to the DMV. As it is now, CCW is a class I misdemeanor, second offense a class IV felony with an "affirmative defense" clause for "prudent" use, which I believe is untested.

Rush Limbaugh: Trust Ashcroft on the 2nd Amendment
Submitted by: Sam Cohen

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"...this reaction Ashcroft is getting from people like senators Kennedy and Dianne Feinstein is going to chill speech from conservatives about the Second Amendment... there's going to have to be an article of faith between conservative candidates and their base on these signature issues."

U.S. backs gun rights at U.N. summit
Submitted by: Al Hambidge

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"U.S. officials attending a U.N. meeting on
the spread of illicit small arms have pledged to protect
legitimate gun owners from international disarmament

Yeah. Right. What about domestic
disarmament efforts? Where are they on
that? Grrrr.

Another Brick in the Gun Control Wall
Submitted by: Al Hambidge

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"I am glad to see the owner taken off the hook in the event of a robbery of his property,
but I am a little bothered by the requirement of keeping the arms locked up. I see no use for a
weapon that is not ready and available for use. . .
Joe de Raismes while introducing the ordinance said that the safe storage of assault
rifles was " a reasonable first step".

"A reasonable first step." Huh? Towards what,
Mr. de Raismes? Come right out and say it, man.

Why I Carry What I Carry
Submitted by: Al Hambidge

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"Colonel, why do you carry that big .45?"

"Because I like BIG bullets better than little bullets!"


Submitted by: Paul Williams

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Had a round been chambered it would have discharged. Keep in mind that the lock does nothing to prevent someone from loading and chambering a round, even if the locked gun was indeed unloaded. A clever and curious child could easily insert a magazine and chamber a round, then push on the lock and fire the gun. This device does not make a gun safe, it gives the illusion of safety.

I just did it again, this time significantly tightening the lock; it took some force but it "fired

It is not the function of our government to keep the citizen from falling into error; it is the function of the citizen to keep the government from falling into error. Justice Robert H. Jackson

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