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Judging judges
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"While the most immediate effect of the Republicans' election victories has been to strengthen President Bush's hand in dealing with the threat of Saddam Hussein, the most important long-run effect may be on the kind of federal judges who will shape the direction of American law over the next generation." ...
 

The Right to Hunt
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Times have changed since the Founders of our nation and our states penned their constitutions. So today there is a growing movement to add specific protections to what many of us assumed to be among our inalienable rights: the right to hunt, fish, and trap." ...
 

Coming soon: Pilots packing heat
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A leading pilots' organization is praising the passage of legislation creating a Cabinet-level Department of Homeland Security because it contains a provision allowing for the arming of aircrews." ...
 

Scissors Prompt Evacuation of Airport Concourse
Submitted by: Orange Fuzzy

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"Authorities briefly evacuated one of four concourses at Indianapolis International Airport Tuesday. That's after a security screener saw a pair of scissors in a bag that was being x-rayed."

"Airport officials say screeners wanted to inspect the bag by hand but mistakenly retrieved a different bag, allowing the bag with the scissors to be picked up by a passenger. Passengers were asked to leave the concourse."

"Airport police and officials from the U.S. Transportation Security Administration searched for the bag containing the scissors. About 150 passengers had to go back through security inspections before re-entering the concourse."

"The scissors were not found, but authorities say they are confident that they were not in the concourse." ...
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We are truly going insane.
 

CA: Probes of high-ranking CHP commanders have political overtones
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"The California Highway Patrol has never been exactly apolitical -- it's a state agency, after all -- but for decades it maintained a squeaky-clean, above-it-all image as its officers nabbed dangerous drivers and investigated accidents. In recent years, however, the CHP has been drawn into the realm of backscratching politics." ...
 

Legal Scholars Craft Second Amendment Challenge to DC Gun Ban
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"Cato Institute legal scholars are crafting a legal strategy for challenging District of Columbia laws on Second Amendment grounds. The city's gun ban is among the most restrictive in the nation."

"A 1976 law passed by the D.C. city council forbids most District residents from owning a handgun. Only law enforcement officers and residents who owned their (registered) guns prior to 1976 are exempt. Residents who already own a registered firearm are not allowed to keep it loaded unless they get a one-year license from the D.C. police chief, which is entirely at his discretion."

" 'D.C.'s blanket provisions are patently unreasonable,' said Robert A. Levy of the Cato Institute, speaking Wednesday at a George Mason University law school forum hosted by Law Students for the Second Amendment and the Federalist Society." ...
 

4th-grader suspended for gun shell in pocket on "Camouflage Day"
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"When 9-year-old Jonathan Cross dressed up in his duck-hunting outfit for his school's Camouflage Day this week, he never dreamed his love for the sport would backfire on him."

"Covered from head to toe in his gear, the fourth-grader was 'a very happy camper,' according to his mother, excited to show off his new hunting boots, hat, mesh face mask, shirt, bib, pants and boots."

"But there was something in his pocket he had forgotten about – a shotgun shell left over from an outing with his father and brothers last weekend."

"His discovery of the item while on campus has left the straight-A student stunned with a five-day suspension, his teachers in tears, and his parents perplexed over the latest case of 'zero tolerance' in the government school system." ...
 

OK: Police sergeant pleads guilty to running Vinita burglary ring
Submitted by: serinde
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"A Vinita police sergeant pleaded guilty Wednesday to running a citywide burglary ring that stole about $100,000 worth of property, prosecutors said."

"Richard Alan Schuyler, 46, and his wife, Elizabeth Schuyler, 27, entered guilty pleas to burglary, possession of a firearm and knowingly concealing stolen property, Assistant District Attorney Terrell Crosson said."

"Twice while on duty, Schuyler used his police vehicle to transport stolen property, records allege." ...
 

Revised Pledge For AmeriCorps Draws Critics
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"A proposal to change the pledge taken by AmeriCorps members to include references to God and defending the Constitution has stirred an outcry among current and former participants in the federally supported community service organization."

"The critics argue that the change, for which final Congressional approval is expected next year, might deter recruiting."

"The executive director of the alumni group of AmeriCorps, Michael J. Meneer, warned of concerns that the new pledge was 'militaristic and religious.' "

" 'Respondents were concerned that the new pledge would have the effect of dividing people rather than uniting them,' Mr. Meneer said last week in a letter."

"Congressional Republicans say the new oath is virtually identical to that required of all federal employees, including members of the armed forces and Peace Corps volunteers. Moreover, they note, the new phrase 'so help me God' is optional."

"The old pledge ends 'I will get things done.' The new version finishes with 'so help me God.' " ...
 

Saudi Arabia: Armed man torches McDonald's near U.S. air base in Saudi
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"A man armed with a pistol walked into a McDonald's restaurant near a US air base in Saudi Arabia and set it on fire with gasoline, the interior minister said in remarks published Thursday."

"Prince Nayef bin Abdel Aziz told the the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) that the restaurant was gutted following the attack Wednesday morning in Kharj province, which houses the huge Prince Sultan air base." ...
 

Trinidad: Teenager opens fire at Trinidad school
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"A 17-year-old armed with his father's gun has died in a shoot-out with police after injuring a security guard at a school in Trinidad."

"Police say it isn't clear why Phillip Seerattan opened fire at the International School in Port of Spain."

"School officials say he applied for acceptance at the school a year ago and was rejected, according to television news reports." ...
 

Canada: Police Track Gun Collection
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"While searching for escapee Derik Joel Zarichanski, Police pulled over a car last Tuesday and found a 9-mm sub-machine gun with the occupants. Police checked the gun and found it to be registered to a Terry Gale."

"It wasn't long before Winnipeg police and the National Weapons Enforcement Support Team (NWEST) raided Gale's home. ...Almost 400 weapons were stuffed in the 1,025 square-foot bungalow, with some of the weapons hidden in a wall panel, a staircase and a bedroom floor." ...
 

TX: 11-21, State: Town outlaws replica guns in public
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"City officials have outlawed minors from brandishing toy guns that look real, and police say the change to the city’s firearms ordinance could save lives. ...

"The Texas State Rifle Association immediately denounced the new rules, saying they are too vague and could affect legal owners of guns.

"The police chief, however, said fake guns pose a threat to those who carry them because neighbors and police officers might mistake them for the real thing." ...
 

Australia: More crime and victimizations in "gun free" land
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* THREE masked thieves- one armed with a knife - forced a woman to open the safe at her Dandenong home ...

* TWO men, one of whom was armed with a pistol, forced an employee of Lay Brothers wholesale warehouse ...to lay on the floor during an attempted hold-up.

* A MAN armed with a hammer held up two attendants at Video Ezy...

* A MASKED man armed with a knife entered the Ampol service station ...and forced the male attendant to hand over money from the cash register...
 

NJ: Gun Control Group Savors Assembly Vote
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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" The National Rifle Association (NRA) does not own New Jersey,' said Dorothy McGann, co-chairman of Ceasefire’s North Jersey Chapter, and chairman of the Harvest Moon Ball Committee. 'Ceasefire has been fighting for this bill for six years. After one hour and 40 minutes of vigorous debate on both sides of the issue, the bill passed the Assembly 47 to 11 with 19 abstentions.' " ...
 

UK: Victim of brutal robbery treated in hospital
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"Police in Co Derry are hunting for two armed men who viciously assaulted and robbed a man.

"The man, who is being treated for a fractured skull, fractured ribs and a broken leg, is in a stable condition in hospital. He was also tied up during the robbery.

"The robbers, armed with a handgun and a knife, forced their way into his Gorran Road home, near Garvagh, at 6pm yesterday.

"Police said a substantial sum of money had been stolen in the attack." ...
 

D.C. Gun Ban Challenged (Newsmax version)
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"Cato Institute legal scholars are crafting a legal strategy for challenging District of Columbia laws on Second Amendment grounds. The city's gun ban is among the most restrictive in the nation...

" 'D.C.'s blanket provisions are patently unreasonable," said Robert A. Levy of the Cato Institute, speaking Wednesday at a George Mason University law school forum hosted by Law Students for the Second Amendment and the Federalist Society.' " ...
 

Canada: Owners under the gun
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"A handgun registry since the 1930s has done nothing to stop the murderous riff-raff that has been terrorizing our streets with handguns.

"Real criminals don't register their 'pieces' or bother with niceties such as firearms licences.

"Hassling hunters and target shooters with long guns is just an expensive, feel-good, paperwork exercise. Scrap the registry and put the money into policing our streets and stopping the flow of illegal handguns and real criminals into Canada." ...
 

NJ: Officer involved in fatal accident is removed from duty
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"A police officer who fatally struck a pedestrian with his patrol car and then refused to submit to blood-alcohol testing has been removed from duty and will face numerous departmental charges.

"Township Patrolman Wayne H. Truex, 49, was served Tuesday with a preliminary notice of disciplinary action. The 18-year veteran faces 11 charges, including incompetence, insubordination, neglect of duty and conduct unbecoming of a public employee." ...
 

NM: Los Alamos lab memo says nearly $1.3 million in equipment missing
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"A newly disclosed memo from a Los Alamos National Laboratory supervisor said nearly $1.3 million worth of computers, phones and other property was unaccounted for over a yearlong period.

"The memo, dated April 10, was released to the Associated Press on Wednesday by the Washington, D.C.-based Project on Government Oversight...

"Pete Stockton, senior investigator for the group, said missing computers pose 'one hell of a potential security problem.' " ...
 

Groups Seek Tougher 'Assault-Weapons' Ban
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Federal lawmakers won't be considering reauthorization of the assault-weapons ban until sometime after the 108th Congress begins its work next year, but national gun-violence-prevention groups have already begun a strikingly unified push for a more stringent ban." ...
 

Welcome to the American Gestapo
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Wonder if any of the vast sums of money approved Tuesday for the new Department of Homeland Security are set aside for black uniforms with knee-length boots and black leather trench coats?"

"Should be. Since we’ve gone to all this trouble to create the new American Gestapo we might as well let them look the part." ...
 

Two dozen agencies will be phased into new department in the 'war against terrorism'
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"The White House says it will take a year to consolidate nearly two-dozen agencies into the new Homeland Security Department...

"The biggest government reorganization in more than half a century will place the Secret Service, Customs Service and the Border Patrol in the same department as nuclear proliferation experts, intelligence analysts and emergency response teams." ...
 

CA: Get Angry, Bratton Tells L.A.
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"Los Angeles Police Chief William J. Bratton issued a challenge to the city Wednesday, saying that six straight days of killings must provoke residents and law officers to fight back."

"The new chief said the 16 homicides and five officer-involved shootings since Friday evening — mostly in South Los Angeles — marked a rising crime trend that has been ignored by much of the rest of the city."

" 'I'm very disturbed and angry,' he said in an interview. 'I need this city angry about gangbangers shaping the perception of Los Angeles.' " ...
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Until he authorizes lawful, decent people to protect themselves, the only thing we're hearing in the quote above is, "I'm very disturbed".
 

Surveillance law gives agents more leeway to conduct secret searches
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"Besides break-ins, agents have pried into safe deposit boxes, watched from afar with video cameras and binoculars and intercepted e-mails. They have planted microphones, computer bugs and other high-tech tracking devices."

" 'The whole thing is very, very mysterious and quiet,' said Plato Cacheris, the Washington lawyer who represented spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen. 'There's not a lot that anyone can tell you.' " ...
 

WA: BATF says report incorrect on Bull's Eye guns
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"Recent reports that Bull's Eye Shooter Supply in Tacoma is missing records for 340 weapons are wrong, according to a spokeswoman for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms."

" 'That number is not accurate,' said Martha Tebbenkamp, ATF spokeswoman."

"Tebbenkamp would not say whether the correct number is lower or higher. She would not divulge any other details related to the ATF investigation of the Tacoma gun shop..." ...
 

Now This Is Really Scary
Submitted by: Strike The Root
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"When you look at these numbers, you have to wonder who George W. is going to war with. Iraq or the American people? He is planning on sending between to 200,000 to 250,000 to fight in Iraq and planning on deploying around 265,000 troops in the United States." ...
 

Dangerous Days for the Internet
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"If the Terror War starts to go badly (which is all but certain), and the survival of the empire-building police-statists who now infest the government in Washington depends on controlling the message, they know they'll have to shut us down. The groundwork has been laid, and it's again time to pay the price of freedom with our vigilance as we enter this dangerous period in our nation's history." ...
 

Pentagon defends data watcher
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"The Pentagon's top acquisition official Wednesday defended the development of a computer system designed to detect terrorists by monitoring banking, visa applications, drivers' licenses and gun purchases."

"Privacy groups have warned that the system -- still in the development stage at the Pentagon's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency -- could erode civil liberties." ...
 

MD: DiBiagio seeking gun cases from city
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"Maryland's U.S. attorney, under pressure since he took office to increase gun-crime prosecutions, has designated two new assistants to handle firearms violations and told Baltimore police this week to send his office 30 new cases from high-crime areas in the city." ...
 

Brave Investigative Reporter Battles Evil Snipers
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The case of the 'Beltway Snipers' has given liberal, big-city journalists an excuse for renewed attacks on their old enemies, America's gun owners. As in the past, the hallmark of these attacks is an emotional appeal designed to generate fear and loathing in the audience while obscuring any inconvenient facts. Local television news departments trying to hype their ratings during sweeps week have created some of the worst examples." ...
 

FL: Judge won't meet with Grunow jurors
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"Jurors Rae Sirota and Kristin Maikkula sought the meeting in a telephone call to Labarga's office Monday. The two said in a television interview Friday that the all-female jury was 4-2 in favor of clearing the gun distributor, Valor Corp., of any negligence for selling the gun used in the slaying of Grunow in 2000." ...
 

Shotguns As Art
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"There are lots of sounds you might associate with Beretta firearms: the rhythmic pop-pop of pistol fire at a police range, the boom of a hunter's single shotgun blast, the crack of steel on steel as a movie hero slams home a magazine. But in an airy second-floor studio here at the headquarters of the world's oldest firearms manufacturer, in the iron-rich alpine foothills of Gardone Val Trompia, Italy, there's another, more delicate sound:" ...
 

MT: "Vigilante pharmacist nabs robbery suspects"
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"Note to would-be robbers: Don't smash the fingers of a Butte pharmacist in his computer."

"The determined store owner-pharma cist and a clerk helped thwart an armed robbery Wednesday afternoon, by purs ing the fleeing suspects in a high-speed car chase on Butte's West Side."

" 'When he slammed my fingers in the laptop, that really upset me,' said Peter Wolfgram, owner of Driscoll Drug, 327 S. Excelsior. 'After that, there was no way he was getting away.' '

"And he didn't " ...
 

Businesses gun for Homeland funds
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"The ink is barely dry on the new Homeland Security Department legislation, but corporate lobbyists are already chasing the pot of gold it offers.

"One German-based contractor has started a political action committee and recruited budget experts to help its pitch for U.S. anti-terror money. Microsoft has hired a former Coast Guard commander to oversee its homeland bidding.

"And several firms are creating special units to help companies compete for billions in new national security spending." ...
 

Civilian Disarmament in Australia
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"Australia’s accelerating drive to disarm law-abiding civilians tracks perfectly with the UN’s anti-gun program, adopted at the 2001 Conference on Small Arms and Light Weapons. The UN’s intention is to disarm everybody except UN personnel, and national law enforcement and military personnel acting under the world body’s direction (see "The UN’s War on Firearms" in our February 11th issue). The use of gun turn-in and 'buy-back' programs plays a central role in this global gun grab." ...
 

Pentagon confirms development of "Big Brother" test database
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"The Pentagon confirmed the development of a prototype database to track consumer and business transactions under a program called the Total Information Awareness Program. ...

"The goal of the project is to develop a database that will track every consumer purchase and financial transaction to look for suspicious patterns. Red flags would be large cash withdrawals, purchases of firearms and biological agents, and one-way plane tickets." ...
 

TX: Coral Watts-Serial Killer to Soon be Released
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"Over the years he strangled, stabbed, drowned and even hanged. By his own count it's close to 100. Despite his admission of killing 13 women (all white), Coral Eugene Watts is in prison not for murder but for burglary. He may be the nation's only known black serial killer and perhaps the most prolific killer in custody today. Watts not just could be, but will be, the first known serial killer ever legally released in our nation's history." ...
 

Guns in cockpits subject of radio show
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"WorldNetDaily reporter and columnist Jon Dougherty will be a guest on the nationally syndicated radio program 'American Breakfast' tomorrow [Friday] morning at 8 a.m. Eastern time."
 

MD: Cops protect and serve up a word from sponsors
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(Ticket revenue must be low this year... - JC)

"Cash-strapped police departments around the country — including in Hagerstown, Md. — are considering selling advertising space on their patrol cars..."
 

UK: Pro-Hunting Columnist Arrested on Suspicion of "Stirring Racial Hatred"
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Robin Page, a columnist for The Telegraph, has been arrested on suspicion of stirring up racial hatred after making a speech at a pro-hunting rally. Mr Page said: "I urged people to go on the march and I urged that the rural minority be given the same legal protection as other minorities. All I said was that the rural minority should have the same rights as blacks, Muslims and gays. 'What is wrong with that...? I said nothing that could possibly be interpreted as racist." ...
 

CA: "Hip-Hop" Mob of 30 Loots Three Stores
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"Sacramento police are looking for about 30 people who swarmed three convenience stores early Sunday morning, overwhelming clerks and making off with beer, soda, snacks and cigarettes. The thefts occurred after a hip-hop dance broke up at the Sacramento Armory. People streamed down 65th Street and stopped at an AM-PM store just south of Highway 50. Many began grabbing food and beer off the shelves and left the store without paying. The crowd later hit two other stores along Florin Road." ...
 

An apology to Miss "L"
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"Why do the government and many groups controlled by the government push for confiscation - the ultimate firearm control? The answer, of course, has nothing to do with control of crime or terrorism. ... Consequently firearms control is to protect government traitors from the Americans becoming fed up with the tyranny engulfing them. The fear of the people taking up arms must be beginning to weigh heavily on their minds as the push for confiscation is intensifying." ...
 

UK: Man Gets Four Months in Prison for Handing Out Fliers
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"Wilson's fliers, distributed throughout Glasgow, urged residents to stop 'Muslim militants.' Sheriff Linda Ruxton informed Wilson: 'You have been convicted of distributing written material which was threatening, abusive and insulting, whereby you intended to stir up racial tensions in Pollokshields.' What was once Orwellian satire is now reality... Wilson was sentenced to four months." ...
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NC: Ban still looms over hunters
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"Hunters in the Cape Fear region say policing themselves will improve their relationship with property owners and keep government restrictions from threatening a way of life."

"Like many hunters, Ronnie Williams of Carthage learned how to hunt from his father. Williams passed that knowledge to his son." ...

"Private property owners have complained in recent years about hunters trespassing on their land. With residential properties extending into rural areas, some communities are requesting more restrictions on hunters than before."

"Hunters increasingly find themselves banding together to protect real or perceived threats to their treasured sport." ...

"Conflicts between dog hunters and property owners around the Cape Fear region nearly came to a head in Moore County last year." ...
 

First they came for the guns
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The NRA was first to say it, and now they’re so much part of the current political scene that they are incapable of appreciating their own tragically accurate prediction. Their axiom offering that the abolition of firearms will precede the destruction of all rights has finally happened. And due to the bias of the mainstream establishment press against guns exhibiting their preference for all-caring big government precluding the need for private citizens to be armed, Democrats have shot themselves in the foot by partnering with the media to demonize Republicans." ...
 

Government can't find many aliens in U.S., GAO says
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"The government could not find nearly half the 4,112 registered immigrants to whom the government wanted to talk following the Sept. 11 attacks, according to a report issued Thursday.

"The General Accounting Office, the investigative arm of Congress, found that the Immigration and Naturalization Service didn't have the current addresses of nearly 2,000 resident aliens." ...
 

Pentagon to Track American Consumer Purchases
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Is this what we elected GW to do with our privacy rights??? Mr. President you will not get my gun!
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"A massive database that the government will use to monitor every purchase made by every American citizen is a necessary tool in the war on terror, the Pentagon said Wednesday."

"Edward Aldridge, undersecretary of Acquisitions and Technology, told reporters that the Pentagon is developing a prototype database to seek 'patterns indicative of terrorist activity.' Aldridge said the database would collect and use software to analyze consumer purchases in hopes of catching terrorists before it's too late." ...
 

Unnamed senators block enviro bill
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"A major environmental bill went down in defeat in the U.S. Senate Wednesday, as proponents failed to persuade certain of their colleagues to remove the 'holds' they had placed on it to block its passage."

" 'It's a huge victory for grass-roots activists,' exclaimed lobbyist Mike Hardiman, who represents the American Land Rights Association, the group that has spearheaded the opposition to S 990. 'It was a genuine grassroots revolution – spontaneous combustion from the bottom up.' " ...
 

UK: "Public go on the beat"
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"A police force is offering people the chance to spend a night on the beat with its bobbies."

"Derbyshire Police has gone on the public relations offensive to try to get people to understand their job."

"The scheme was piloted in Derby, and is now being expanded throughout the county."

"To take part in the scheme, people must be over 18 years old and will be subject to police checks." ...
 

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