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United States citizen groups demand federal prosecution of New York's Bloomberg, notes American gun law expert
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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In a letter to Michael J. Sullivan, Acting Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, the 26 organizations, through the auspices of the Liberty Coalition in Washington, D.C., called upon BATFE “to immediately investigate and prosecute New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his associates for conspiring to violate the federal Gun Control Act of 1968 as amended by the Brady Act of 1995.”
 

Israel: Negev farmer suspected of murder freed to house arrest
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Be'er Sheva Magistrates Court on Sunday ordered that a Negev farmer suspected of murdering a rustler be released to house arrest with certain restrictions.

Dromi is suspected of killing Khaled al-Atrash, 31, as he was apparently trying to break into his ranch with Ayoub al-Hawashleh, who is now in intensive care.
 

IL: Obama Has Built Solid Liberal Vote Record
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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He voted against allowing people to claim self-defense if they used a gun in their home. The measure would have affected only residents of towns where local handgun bans were in effect.

But he also voted in favor of allowing retired police officers to carry concealed weapons. Gibbs said that would be his only exception to a prohibition against the right to carry a concealed weapon.
 

MO: With guns galore, today is a tough time
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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That word is GUNS — specifically handguns. And they are everywhere.

Killing has become casual and effortless. Children shoot one another now because of some real or imagined slight. Or over a piece of clothing. Or in reply to a disrespectful glance. Or in the course of some otherwise trivial argument. Or over nothing at all.
 

NY: See what your lawmakers have been up to
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Sen. Steve Saland, R-Poughkeepsie, introduced S.1079, Proposes a constitutional amendment protecting the people's right to keep and bear arms.
 

OH: Gay rights, gun rights cross here
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Well, maybe the commingling of gay rights and gun rights is unexpected, but that's the aim of the Pink Pistols. As the national organization's Web site (pinkpistols.org) explains:

"Socially, the [gay] and shooting communities are both quite similar. Both are often insular and can be closeted, and both have a stereotypical preconceptions about what the other is like."
 

NJ: Aiming for your patronage
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Even if David's Sporting Goods and Self Defense on Second Street in Jersey City did not exist, the concept might spring from any action film fan's imagination.

It's a one-stop shop where you can get your .44 Magnum and nunchucks while your kids check out baseball cards or shoot a Nerf basketball at a hoop next a life-sized cut-out of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

And it's all within a warm, friendly atmosphere where customers can enjoy a cup of coffee or Gatorade while watching reruns of old TV shows such as "Baretta" and "Kojak" and looking at the photos of Clint Eastwood and Bruce Lee.
 

MO: Bill would end bans on carrying guns openly
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Missouri's local governments would no longer be allowed to ban the open carrying of firearms or the discharge of those weapons within their boundaries under a bill introduced by Sen. Jason Crowell.

If approved, the measure would make a Cape Girardeau city ordinance against openly carrying guns unenforceable along with another provision, which is also in Jackson's city ordinances, against the discharge of firearms within city limits.
 

WI: What's on at LU
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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The public is invited to the following events at Lawrence University. Admission is free unless otherwise noted. For questions, call the Public Affairs Office at 920-832-6585, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. All events are subject to change.

Tuesday
7 p.m., Speaker: "The Second Amendment is More Than Just Guns," Bob Barr, former Georgia congressman; Science Hall 102.
 

WI: A Strong (But Flexible) Constitution
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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What do Wisconsin people have the right to do for security, defense, hunting, recreation or any other lawful purpose according to an amendment ratified by Wisconsin voters (1,205,873 to 425,052) in November 1998?
 

AZ: Law would make Minutemen guilty of 'domestic terrorism'
Submitted by: Shovelhead

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An Arizona lawmaker has introduced a bill to revise the state's statutes on organized crime and fraud by defining "domestic terrorism" in such a way that members of the Minuteman Project or other border-patrol groups could be prosecuted and forced to serve a minimum six-month jail term.

Submitter note: can the neighborhood block watch captain be far behind
 

NY: Resident shoots intruders
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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A man was killed Friday and his alleged accomplice wounded after they entered a city home at gunpoint and were shot by a resident, marking the fourth time in the past two months would-be victims have shot intruders, authorities said.
 

DC: Girl, 17, killed by stray bullet from skirmish at a NW (DC) club
Submitted by: The Eggman
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A teenage girl was shot and killed inside a Northwest nightclub early yesterday after a man pulled a gun during a confrontation with club security guards.

Taleshia Ford, 17, was on the second floor of the Smarta/Broadway Club at 1919 9th St. NW at about 2:20 a.m. when a stray bullet struck her in the chest. She was taken to Howard University Hospital and pronounced dead a short time later, police said.

Police said the shooter escaped.

 

NY: Gun buffs find show on target
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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Mike Thomas stood in the middle of the New York State Arms Collectors Association show at Empire State Plaza Saturday, looking every bit a hunter. He wore a red-flannel hunting jacket with matching hat, and positioned himself like an outdoorsman waiting for wild game to pass by. Thomas, of Kingston, was in the mood to make a trade on this day though: his 1954 Marlin 22-gauge rifle for a Fox-Sterlingworth double-barreled shotgun.
 

IL: Gun-packing activist gives up on Illinois
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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Inside a four-bedroom home nestled within an Oak Brook woods forest preserve, a gun-rights advocate is packing his bags, including his notorious fanny pack. For nine years, John Birch, president of Concealed Carry Inc., has fought to loosen restrictions on concealed firearms. He made headlines in 2001 when he encouraged people to bring handguns in fanny packs to the Taste of Chicago, based on a novel--and widely disputed--interpretation that the action would qualify as legal transportation "enclosed in a case."
 

Letters of Delegates to Congress, "...If we are so fearful, why disarm us? ...", July 7, 1775
Submitted by: GunShowOnTheNet.com
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"...America, we hear, is looked up to as the last resource of liberty and the common rights of mankind. Brave and generous, we fight for mankind, and they say, "to it, brave boys," but afford us not one necessary of war--not a musket or bayonet, not a grain of powder. England has cut off our usual supply. Holland and France follow the noble example. They say the Americans are cowards, poltroons, dare not fight; yet these doughty heroes take care to deprive us of the means of defence. If we are so fearful, why disarm us? ..."

"...They are, at 'listing, rejected, unless they can hit a playing-card, without a rest, at one hundred and twenty yards distance. Almost every fencible man, in all the colonies, is trained..."
 

Letters of Delegates to Congress, "...An Act to disarm and Disfranchise for three years...", Feb. 27th, 1787
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"...The great War in Massachusetts is near a close---; but the people of that Government are by no means satisfied. The Legislature have it is thought carried their triumph too far. An Act to disarm* and Disfranchise for three years, all those who took up arms has passed it is thought the number is about 14,000---;outlaws. The numbers really disaffected by these measures will be three fold as all the near relations and particular friends to those disfranchised will feel sore. If this calculation & reasoning is Just---;is it not to be feared that insurgency will soon again raise its head? ..."

"...Under the present Government it is much to be feared---;that insurgency---;& Rebellion---;may pervade more States than Massachusetts..."
 

FL: Orlando hosts world-class exhibit
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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Like guns and hunting? Club memberships and a slew of publications offer all kinds of information on ammo, firearms and a stormy sea of hunting options. But if you're looking for a central location to see gear, talk with company experts and rub elbows with the biggest names and best-informed gun gurus and hunting honchos, the place to go is the annual SHOT (Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trades) show.
 

GA: Home Invader Gets Dead
Submitted by: fire eater

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GAINESVILLE - A would be home invader was shot and killed early Sunday morning in South Hall County.

Sheriff's Major Jeff Strickland said a man approached a home in the 4000 block of Winder Highway and when confronted by the homeowner fired several shots.
 

PA: Secret Service Visits Man Who Wrote a Letter to the Editor
Submitted by: barbarossa58

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He is 81 years old and they searched his apartment for weapons !!
 

PA: Letter To Editor Earns Bethlehem Man, 81, Visit From Secret Service
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BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- An elderly man who wrote in a letter to the editor about Saddam Hussein's execution that "they hanged the wrong man" got a visit from Secret Service agents concerned he was threatening President George W. Bush.

The letter by Dan Tilli, 81, was published in Monday's edition of The Express-Times of Easton, Pa. It ended with the line, "I still believe they hanged the wrong man."

Tilli said the statement was not a threat. "I didn't say who -- I could've meant (Osama) bin Laden," he said Friday.

Submitters Note: It's obvious to me that the government has too much taxpayer money.
 

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The supreme power in America cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword, because the whole body of the people are armed, and constitute a force superior to any band of regular troops. Noah Webster, An Examination into the Leading Principles of the Federal Constitution Proposed BV the Late Convention (1787).

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