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Newslinks for 11/13/2000

Smith & Wesson "Clinton Pacifier" Demo Game
Submitted by: Riverheart

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Need a good laugh? Need a good cry? This site will give you the good cry first, then a good argument for plain old "dumb" guns, not to mention some fun.

The Best Thing about Trigger Locks
Submitted by: Riverheart

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GREAT cartoon. Enjoy!

Submitted by: Steven Bowers

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I came across AAP's Policy Statement and found it advocates pretty much every anti-gun scheme I've heard of. The authors show an astounding lack of logic on the issue. Imagine them treating your child!

The Liberty Incident Command System
Submitted by: Hunter

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David Neilson has done us all a great service, bringing the
Incident Command System to the attention of liberty-lovers.
As any of you who are emergency service personnel are well
aware, the Incident Command System is designed to allow
autonomous groups of emergency responders to interoperate
efficiently. Well worth looking over and passing along.

What's Going On With The Absentee Ballots?
Submitted by: Riverheart

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"On November 9th and 10th, I got calls from two different lawyers identifying themselves as being part of the "Gore effort." They told me that I could still vote from abroad. I told them that it was my impression that one could not vote from anywhere after Nov 7, 2000. They said that the law only deals with the foreign postmark which can be adjusted backward in full compliance with U.S. law, as the U.S. has no foreign jurisdiction over postmarks."

Wow. And it gets worse from there.

Two U.S. absentee ballots turn up in Denmark
Submitted by: Riverheart

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"A family in Odense, Fyn's main city, discovered the two Washington state absentee ballots over the weekend, mixed with some material they had ordered from a company in the United States.

At first the family thought they had received some additional advertising, so they opened one of the envelopes. To their surprise, they found an American presidential ballot marked for George W. Bush."

Gore carried Washington handily - but what about other states' absentee ballots?

Germany sues United States in World Court over Arizona executions
Submitted by: Riverheart

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"The LaGrands were born in Germany but raised in southern Arizona, according Pati Urias, spokeswoman for the Arizona attorney general's office. Their mother was German and their stepfathers were U.S. servicemen, she said.

"Convicted in 1984 of killing bank manager Kenneth Hartsock, the LaGrands were sentenced to death, she said.

"Urias said they identified themselves as U.S. citizens on booking documents when they were arrested..."

And now the U.S. is being sued?!

Cheesehead Ballot Has Holes, Too
Submitted by: Riverheart

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"Beverly Hecker, a 63-year-old Republican, said she received a ballot that was already premarked for two Democrats, including Gore. Wisconsin makes voters fill out their ballots before entering them into the polling machine.

"Hecker said that when she tried to mark her vote for George W. Bush, the ballot machine spit the paper out because it contained two votes for president.

"Hecker said she gave the defective ballot to an election inspector and voted on a fresh sheet."

There are more instances of the abridgement of the freedom of the people by the gradual and silent encroachment of those in power, than by violent and sudden usurpation. James Madison

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