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FBI's sweeping alert casts suspicion over people who know too much.
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"They know it's going to be a tough winter."

"They can see that the total length of wire used in the two main cables that support the Golden Gate Bridge is equal to 80,000 miles."

"They have at their fingertips the fact that married couples headed 52 percent of U.S. households in 2002, down from 74 percent in 1960."

"They have the entire list of U.S, presidents."

"That's right. Terrorists have got almanacs! ...These fact-filled books could help al-Qaida operatives research potential targets and plan for future attacks, the FBI warned."

"Yeah, right. This warning could prove real useful. It narrows down the list of potential terrorist suspects in America to, oh, about...

...80 million."
 

Judicial Subversion
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Through judicial subversion, a corrupt bureaucratically controlled regulatory process and outright political bribery, pseudo intellectual liberals are destroying the Constitution and Bill of Rights, the keystones that have served our Republic so well. And through political correctness, the radical 'elite' use repetitive repertory to proclaim the Founding Fathers gave us a democracy, not a Republic. They have, in fact, been so thorough in their indoctrination of government officials, even our Chief of State, President George W. Bush, always refers to America as a democracy, not a Republic. With 'dubya' at the helm, they have all but completed their task of turning America into a communist state."
 

What Patriot Act abuses? (Letter)
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"Re: Jerry Boone's Patriot Act column ('By Patriot Act, love of country turns to fear,' Metro/Washington County, Dec. 24), apparently we are to take it on faith that the American public is being 'manipulated by fear,' since no instances are given."

"The facts seem different. This month, California's Sen. Dianne Feinstein was quoted as saying, "I have never had a single abuse of the Patriot Act reported to me. My staff e-mailed the ACLU and asked them for instances of actual abuse. They e-mailed back and said they had none." Sen. Joseph Biden has said, 'The tide of criticism . . . is both misinformed and overblown.' And these are Democrats!"

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These are also politicians who voted FOR the Patriot Act. They are just as power-hungry as the Republicans. Why would they admit to any abuses?

Furthermore, it's not just about abuses - it's about giving the government yet more power over the populace.
 

Ending the Year on a Political Low Note - More government regulation
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"On December 30, 2003, as if to remind us all of who is becoming more and more in charge of our lives, agents of our Federal Government decided to ban the over-the-counter dietary supplement ephedra – also known as ma huang – and basically put a sizable portion of an industry out of business." ...

"Given, then, that ephedra isn't vital at least for most people's daily lives and that these days risk-aversion has become a near epidemic in our society, perhaps we should not be terribly surprised that the Feds – in particular Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy G. Thompson – flexed their muscles so readily here." ...
 

Bury the Hatchet or Lock and Load
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"Throughout the history of political movement, there are moments when change occurs that is significant, and which represents a seminal turning point. That change can be a confluence of major and minor events, some seemingly insignificant, which nevertheless points to a moment when our course changed."

"I believe such a change has occurred, and the three events that I see as significant are: the major shift in power that occurred at the Libertarian National Convention in Indianapolis in 2002, the unfortunate editorial of Nick Gillespie in the last issue of Reason, and the Supreme Court ruling on BCRA, which in effect repealed the First Amendment to the US Constitution."
 

NH: Middleton man arrested for alleged threatening and possession of switchblade
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"A Middleton man who allegedly claimed to have a loaded .38-caliber pistol in his pickup truck was arrested yesterday for carrying a switchblade in the vehicle."

"Farmington police received a report at about 2 p.m. that Kenneth W. Ross Jr. of Middleton, who turns 71 today, told a gas station clerk he had a loaded gun in case police pulled him over." ...

"Ross exited the store with a shopping cart full of groceries to face about a dozen Farmington and Rochester police officers. Officers did not find a gun, but did find a switchblade inside the Ford F-250."

"Though he had been drinking, Gould said, alcohol was not a contributing factor to the incident and he is not being charged with any alcohol-related crime." ...

"...Ross could possibly be charged with false public alarm if found to have made the allegation to a clerk that he had a gun in case police pulled him over, said Lt. Kevin Willey."

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So this guy hurt no one, but on an allegation from a gas station attendant about a statement he might or might not have made, the authorities are looking for something to charge him with. Welcome to Orwellian America.
 

PA: "The most widespread use of electronic surveillance in a local corruption inquiry since Abscam"
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"Two hidden FBI bugs. At least nine phone wiretaps. And there may be more."

"With the disclosure yesterday of yet another wiretap - this one on the phone of a top airport official - it has become clear that the continuing federal investigation of municipal corruption in Philadelphia has relied on perhaps the most widespread use of electronic surveillance in a local corruption inquiry since Abscam."

"Nearly three months since the investigation broke into public view with the discovery of an FBI bug in Mayor Street's City Hall office, white-collar legal experts say they are surprised at the number of taps and the duration of the surveillance, some of which dates to 2001." ...
 

Vietnam: Cyber dissident sentenced to seven years in jail, three years house arrest for criticizing government
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HANOI, Vietnam - "A former journalist who used the Internet to criticize the Vietnamese government was sentenced Wednesday to seven years in jail and three years house arrest for spying, a court official said."

"Nguyen Vu Binh, 35, was charged with gathering anti-government information and documents for 'reactionary organizations' in exile to help them oppose the government, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity."

"During the half-day trial at the People's Court in Hanoi, Binh admitted he had contacts with foreign organizations but maintained he did nothing wrong, he said."

"The judge ruled his actions constituted espionage, he added." ...

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How long before the Patriot Act is used in such a manner?
 

China: 40 Chinese cyber-dissidents still in jail for criticizing their government
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"While Miss Liu detention [for criticizing government control of the Internet] generated worldwide condemnation, less media attention has been given to the more than 40 Chinese cyber-dissidents still in jail for criticizing their government, including three who had participated in online petitions calling for Miss Liu's release. Du Daobin, a 39-year-old civil servant from Hubei, was an organizer of one of the petitions. He was arrested on Oct. 29 on charges of subversion. Mr. Du had been a prolific Internet essayist who wrote extensively on civil liberties and political rights." ...

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Shopping at WalMart and many other major chains gives direct financial support to the communist Chinese tyranny.
 

CA: Former mayor charged with "using public money for golf, dental work, travel and limousine rides"
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"The judge in the corruption trial of former Compton Mayor Omar Bradley refused to allow a witness to testify that officials could put personal expenses on their city-issued credit cards without facing prosecution."

"Superior Court Judge Jack W. Morgan said Wednesday that state law prohibits the misuse of public money." ...

"Bradley and four other current and former Compton officials are charged with using public money for golf, dental work, travel and limousine rides."

"Richards, a former assistant city manager, was to testify that criminal prosecution does not apply to the city's credit card policy because it allowed elected officials to reimburse unauthorized transactions." ...
 

NC: Asheville chief questions DA's handling of confidential reports
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"The outgoing Asheville police chief questioned the handling of confidential reports by the Buncombe County district attorney and wants to talk to the state's top law officer about his concerns." ...

" 'I must tell you recent actions by District Attorney Ron Moore have now called into question the confidentiality of SBI investigative files under his control,' wrote Annarino, who is retiring this week after 30 years with the department. 'Our agency must be assured that an investigation involving officer's actions may not later be leaked to another agency or to the media or to the general public by Mr. Moore or another member of his staff.' " ...
 

NJ: Official guilty in $339,000 theft from town
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"Ex-finance chief implicates former mayor in scheme to loot Burlington community"

"A former municipal finance chief pleaded guilty yesterday to official corruption for her role in embezzling $339,000 in Hainesport Township funds, and implicated a former mayor of the Burlington County community in the scheme."

"Kristine Wisnewski, 31, of Hainesport, agreed to repay $170,000 and now faces up to 10 years in prison when she is sentenced March 3. Prosecutors agreed to recommend a maximum sentence of three years. She also forfeited the right to hold public office, and could be fined up to $150,000." ...

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Jail TIME Jail TIME Jail TIME JAIL TIME!
 

PA: Corruption probe aimed at Philly mayor digging deep and wide
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"Mayor John Street acknowledged that a federal corruption probe could damage his administration's reputation..." ...

"He declined to speculate about the fate of others, such as lawyer Ronald A. White and prominent Muslim cleric Shamsud-din Ali, who were wiretapped and have been subpoenaed in the probe."

"Authorities have declined to say what they are investigating, but federal agents have subpoenaed city agencies and banks for thousands of pages of records having to do with various city contracts. The FBI also raided the offices of White, an attorney who is among Street's closest advisers and who has received millions of dollars in legal fees from the city since Street took office." ...
 

Mexico: Man says Mexican police robbed him
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"Amid a rising number of tourist complaints about police misconduct, an Arizona man has claimed he was stopped by police officers Friday near the San Ysidro border crossing, placed in a police truck and forced at gunpoint to take money from an ATM."

"Ron Terwilliger, 44, said he walked across the border to Tijuana the day after Christmas to buy jewelry on Avenida Revolucion. About 4 p.m., as he was lining up to cross back to San Diego, he said, a man in a police uniform motioned him aside. Two other officers soon arrived."
 

FL: Deputy charged with assault
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"Knowing she had an outstanding warrant, the exotic dancer was afraid the deputy following her after work would arrest her."

"Instead, he sexually assaulted her, sheriff's investigators said."

"Ismael Sotomayor Jr., a deputy for less than a year, turned himself in at 4 a.m. Wednesday, a day after the Sheriff's Office issued a warrant for his arrest on one count of felony sexual battery. He denied assaulting the woman early one October morning, but was fired immediately after the arrest."

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But according to the gun banners, only police should have guns.
 

IL: Your tax dollars at work
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Chicago Offers Bonus for Fit Officers

Not only does Chicago have one of the nation's highest violent crime rates...

Not only are its citizens, for the most part, disarmed against the criminal element...

But apparently the cops can't even keep in shape, and must be offered bonuses at taxpayer expense in order to motivate them to work.

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"The Chicago Police Department has offered a $250 bonus to motivate its officers to stay in shape, but so far the majority of them haven't budged."

"For the second year in a row, the department's 13,500 officers were eligible for money if they volunteered for a physical fitness test. About 2,750 officers took the test this year, with 2,541 passing, officials said."
 

NY: Bystander was shot by police
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"An errant bullet that killed a young engineer as he walked along Lark Street came from the gun of one of two police officers who opened fire on an unarmed Bethlehem man when he allegedly drove his car backwards along a sidewalk to elude arrest."

"The slaying of 24-year-old David R.A. Scaringe, whose home was less than 50 yards from the busy intersection where he collapsed and died, has triggered an intensive internal investigation into whether the officers were justified in firing their guns at a moving car."
 

WV: Police captain gets five-day suspension
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"A police captain will face five days of unpaid suspension for leaving several department-owned handguns in his cruiser earlier this week, giving thieves an opportunity to break-in and steal the weapons."

"An investigation into Capt. Roger Echard's alleged mishandling of department property resulted in the action by Chief Robert Newell Wednesday. It was found Echard violated rules, regulations, policies and procedures by leaving the guns in his cruiser, the chief said."

"Newell imposed a five-day suspension without pay, he said."
 

IL: Wilmette Homeowner Won't Be charged For Violating Gun Ban (Follow up)
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Wilmette police say a homeowner who shot an intruder during a break-in will not be charged with violating the affluent Chicago suburb's handgun ban.

Authorities said Hale DeMar acted in self-defense when he shot a man during a confrontation in his kitchen.

Morio Billings, 31, of Chicago, was charged with residential burglary and possession of a stolen vehicle. Police arrested him when he sought treatment for two gunshot wounds at a nearby hospital.
 

OH: Tale of Two Cities: Dayton store owner killed; Hartford robbers jailed
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"A 46-year-old Trotwood man was shot and killed during a robbery as the man closed up his Dayton business on New Year's Eve, according to Dayton police." ...

"A superior court judge in Hartford, Conn., said he was 'happy to see that some storekeepers protect their property against these marauders' as he sentenced two thugs who were shot and wounded by a store employee during a holdup. Judge William L. Tierney bluntly rejected defense pleas to send the men to a reformatory instead of prison."

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Care to guess which city bans concealed carry?
 

IL: New state laws ring in with the new year
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Quite a few new laws are now in effect in the State of Illinois. Among them:

minimum wage in Illinois up to $5.50/hr....increase again Jan. 1, 2005, to $6.50 an hour.

"...police to ticket and fine a driver in the left lane if they see that a slow driver is causing a hazard."

"...guarantee that their child's tuition at a state university in Illinois will remain the same from freshman through senior year..."

"...state-regulated health insurance plans that cover prescriptions to cover all kinds of birth control..."

"Privatizing prison commissaries is illegal under a new law that also allows the Department of Corrections to increase the markup on toiletries, snacks, tobacco and other goods it sells through the shops."
 

CA: Bias alleged in gun permits
Submitted by: John Fansler

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"Two national gun-rights groups will ask a Sacramento Superior Court judge Friday to block a new California law that they say will lead to unchecked favoritism in the granting of concealed weapons permits in the state."

"The law, scheduled to take effect today, frees the state Department of Justice from collecting data on people who apply for gun permits from local law enforcement agencies."

"The suit was filed this week on behalf of the Citizens Committee For he Right to Keep and Bear Arms and the Second Amendment Foundation, which together claim more than a million members nationwide."
 

Some politicians who did some things right
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"Rep. Paul not only makes this list, he is this list. He’s the most consistent defender of freedom elected to federal office in about 200 years. For Rep. Paul, such devotion to principle is easy. When a bill comes up for a vote, he merely asks himself whether or not the U.S. Constitution authorizes Congress to do what the bill asks. If the answer is 'no' -- and it almost always is -- he votes no. He is reliably the '1' when the House passes a bill 434-1. The Washington Post once dubbed him 'Congressman No.' "

"Sad -- isn’t it? -- that the simple act of upholding the Constitution occurs so rarely in Washington that when it does, it merits a nickname for the politician who does it?"
 

OH: Gun locks will save many lives
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"Parents need to take advantage of the nationwide effort to distribute free gun locks. Area law-enforcement agencies soon will distribute free gun locks as part of Project ChildSafe, a program to help make homes with firearms safer."

"We think every parent in north central Ohio who owns a firearm should make it a point to get a free gun lock. You owe it to your family and it won't cost you a dime." ...

"Project ChildSafe is funded by a $50 million grant from the Department of Justice to provide 20 million free gun locks and firearm safety educational material to families across the country."

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Where do these clueless editors think this $50 million grant came from, the sky?
 

UK: City winning gun war
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"Police today declared they were starting to turn to tide in the war on gun crime which has blighted the streets of Birmingham." ...

"Superintendent Pete O'Neill said a number of "significant arrests" had been made and shootings had continued to fall since Ventara was re-launched in July."
 

UK: Youths held after armed police in gun probe
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"Armed police officers were sent to a Shropshire retail park after reports that a man was seen carrying a gun outside a Shropshire fast-food restaurant."

"Officers went to the Meole Brace Retail Park in Shrewsbury after a member of the public rang in to say they had seen a man with a handgun yesterday."

"And today armed officers were deployed for a second time after reports that one member of a group of youths in the Harlescott area was carrying a gun."

"A search of the area was made, after a resident called officers just before 7.30am, but no youths were found."
 

OH: Plan takes on 'black-on-black' crime
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"Cincinnati's four black City Council members on Wednesday launched a campaign against the escalating homicides in the city, and said they want $100,000 to start it."

"Standing across the street from the alley where a 21-year-old man was found shot to death Monday, the coalition announced the Black-on-Black Crime Initiative. It proposes expanding a Children's Hospital gun violence education program into more schools and recreation centers, reinstating the police department's gang unit, choosing a Sunday for clergy to preach against violence and starting a job-finding effort for convicted felons."
 

DC: DC Man Fires Randomly at Cars, Killing One Person
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Police want to know if drug use or mental illness caused a man to shoot wildly at passing cars in Northwest Washington, killing one bystander and wounding another.

Investigators say 27 year old Antonio North of Northwest Washington exchanged gunfire with police before he was caught on Tuesday night.

Court documents say North first fired at a car because the occupants, "looked shady." He told police that he fired on another car because he believed the people inside had guns.

North is charged with second-degree murder, assault, and assault on a police officer.

Police say 20 year old Dewayne Monroe, who was standing on the sidewalk in front of his house, died after being shot in the chest.

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That DC gun ban doesn't seem to be preventing gun deaths too well.
 

MI: Holland officials mull firearm deer hunt for Windmill Island
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"Officials say a firearm hunt could mark the next attempt to thin Windmill Island's deer population because an ordinance allowing bow hunting of the tulip munching animals has brought little success."

"The Holland City Council adopted the ordinance — effective Dec. 10 through New Year's Day — in an effort to protect flowers in the municipal park, where twice the normal number of tulip bulbs have been planted to commemorate the Tulip Time Festival's 75th anniversary next year."

"The bow hunt was open to five city workers who passed a proficiency test."
 

South Africa: Robbers kill man, assault wife
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"A 35-year-old man was shot dead and his wife seriously assaulted by robbers at Maake outside Tzaneen early on Thursday, said Limpopo police."

"Captain Moatshe Ngoepe said the couple were confronted by three armed men about 03:00. The men started assaulting them."

"The man was shot and killed."

"His wife was admitted to hospital in a serious, but stable, condition."

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As the South African government continues its disarmament of the people, these events raise the question: are men who kill a man and assault his wife likely to:

A - give up their firearms
B - obey stringent gun laws?
 

AZ: Police proactive, tough on New Year's Eve shooting
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"Police are out in force, Arredondo says. They're trying to prevent people from ringing in the new year with gunfire. They'll arrest those who do." ...

"About 125 officers fanned out across Phoenix on New Year's Eve for Shannon's Law Operation, the Valley's most extensive enforcement ever targeting those who shoot guns into the air."
 

OH: Legislators introduce "assault" weapons ban
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"To amend section 2923.11 and to enact sections 2923.191 and 5503.13 of the Revised Code to prohibit the manufacture, possession, purchase, sale, transfer, or offer to sell any assault weapon and certain other related conduct."

 

MT: Guns linked to crimes destroyed
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"Firearms seized in several federal drug cases met their end in a Billings recycling yard Wednesday morning as metal shears turned the weapons into scrap."

"U.S. Marshal Dwight MacKay helped insert the long guns into a large, metal claw at Golden Recycling and Salvage, 1100 Sixth Avenue N., then stood back as the shears snapped them like sticks. The machine kept crunching the guns until they were reduced to a pile of metal and wood chunks. A smaller machine chopped up several handguns."

"In all, the Marshals Service destroyed 17 firearms seized in three Montana drug cases. MacKay said it was the biggest batch of guns destroyed in Billings in recent years."
 

UK: Man who killed police officer in court
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"A nightclub doorman has been remanded in custody by magistrates in northern England after he was charged with the murder of a traffic police officer."

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Apparently this shooting has re-ignited the British debate about whether or not to arm its police officers. Funny enough, British citizens get shot and violently victimized every day, but no debate has been ignited about returning to them their right to keep and bear arms.
 

Minor parties are effective (Letter)
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"The Prohibition Party spoiled two presidential elections for the Republican Party. The first one was 1884, when the Prohibition nominee for president was an ex-Governor of Kansas (he had been a Republican governor). Cleveland carried New York state by 1,100 votes; St. John polled over 25,000 votes in New York. Cleveland would have lost to Blaine if New York had gone the other way. St. John was hanged or burned in effigy in hundreds of northern towns after the election, by angry Republicans."

"Then it happened again, in 1916. Again the Prohibitionists ran an ex-Republican Governor, J. Frank Hanly of Indiana. Hanly polled 32,000 votes in California. Wilson beat Hughes by 3,000 votes in California. If Hughes had carried California, he would have won."

"At that, the Republicans decided they were sick of losing votes to the Prohibition Party. They passed the 18th amendment in early 1917. It had been languishing in congress since it had first been introduced in 1875. The Republican platform had never endorsed the idea of prohibition. But, they joined with southern Democrats (who had been for it all along) in 1917."
 

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