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Wargaming the Restoration: Hummingbirds, CROWS & the Ironmen: SentryTechs & AvantGuards
Submitted by: Mike Vanderboegh
Website: http://sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com

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"There has always been a school of thought, muttered sotto voce between friends, that the sooner we get the Restoration War over the better. The idea of these analysts, and not all of them are armchair, is that military technology will advance to the point that governments will finally possess some combination of 1984 and Star Wars that trumps the semi-automatic rifle, even in overwhelming numbers."

"Now, for myself I must say that every system I have seen to date has a weakness, and that no technology will ever trump the human brain and an iron-clad will to resist. However, that doesn't mean I believe we can ignore the revolution in cybernetic military hardware. Today I present four examples: Hummingbirds, CROWS, and the Ironmen: SentryTechs & AvantGuards." ...
 

Outside the box
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As activist gun owners, we often times find ourselves frustrated because we're unable to get our message 'outside the choir.' We find ourselves feeling besieged by gunbashers stereotyping us as yahoos, politicians exploiting that to erode our rights, and media voices inclined toward perpetuating ignorance and bias."

"We have a tough time getting anybody to listen to our message but ourselves."

"How we go about changing that will be a subject for many columns to come. But in my years of promoting a peaceable armed citizenry, I've found our biggest impediment comes from within. Opportunities are squandered due to apathy."

"This morning we have new opportunities to make our voices heard by two different audiences." ...
 

Columbus Dispatch Endorses Armed Civil Disobedience (Without Intending To)
Submitted by: Mike Vanderboegh
Website: http://www.sipseystreetirregulars.blogspot.com

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... "When the Dispatch endorsed the Brady Campaign's craftily named lie called 'the gun show loophole,' you must not have looked beyond the Brady press release to understand the naked theft of liberty it truly represents. As Sarah Brady has said elsewhere, it means 'universal background checks for EVERY gun sold in this country.'"

"She says, 'sold,' but the bill will read 'transferred,' in order, they will say, 'to prevent bartering.' You will have to get the federal government's permission to give your grandpa's shotgun to your son. This represents the federal seizure of control over every firearm transfer. It also means de facto universal gun registration. Not even King George the Third was so grasping and the Founders shot at his troops for much less." ...
 

Ron Paul: Gun Control: Protecting Terrorists and Despots
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Tragically, over the Thanksgiving holiday, the world was reminded how evil and cruel people can be. .. about a dozen well-armed and devastatingly well-trained terrorists laid siege on the city of Mumbai, killing almost two hundred people, and terrorizing thousands."

"Regardless of the reasons, the indiscriminate shooting on masses of unarmed and defenseless people is chilling and reprehensible. How were these terrorists able to continue so long, relatively unchallenged, killing so many?"

"India's gun laws are her business, of course. However, once the shock of these events and the initial reaction of fear passes, Americans should take away a valuable lesson about real homeland security and gun control from this tragedy." ...
 

The Media Never Changes (The Plaxico Burress Story)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The sporting world is up in arms over the recent accidental self-inflicted shooting of New York Giants star Plaxico Burress."

"Popular ESPN commentators Mike Greenburg and Mike Golic began the frenzy of bad gun-related information in their early morning radio talk show. Both repeatedly claimed they could never see a reason to go anywhere if they needed to carry a gun. I'm sure they've made their way to a McDonald's, Wendy's, Luby's, a local school or university, mall or even a movie theater over the years."

"All are places where spree killings have taken place in the past, and I bet many of the victims thought they didn’t need a gun if they were going to such a 'safe' place. ..." ...
 

Leave the guns out of it
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "This is not an argument over the second amendment. Citizens in this country have and probably always will have the right to bear arms. Does that mean they should…especially in public? Sorry, but I can't equate Plaxico Burress' need to take a gun into a nightclub to what happened to former Redskin's safety Sean Taylor, who was shot and killed by an intruder in his home last year. Taylor was the victim of senseless and random act of violence – just like thousands of American's[sic] are every year. It's a sad fact of life in America. Still, statistics continue to show that owning a gun INCREASES your chances of getting shot. ...'" ...
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Submitter's Note: I don't suppose you have any sort of evidence to that effect?
 

Author Backs Employers on Barring Guns at Workplaces
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Employers should be able to ban employees from transporting a gun onto a company's property, a gun-rights supporter says. Employers should be able to exercise a certain amount of control over what is taken onto their property, and that includes banning weapons from their grounds, said Brian Doherty, who wrote Gun Control on Trial: Inside the Supreme Court Battle Over the Second Amendment ..." ...

"State laws that allow employees to take firearms to work are 'not pure gun-rights questions' and involve the property rights of the employer, Doherty said. In such cases, the employer's property rights should 'trump the gun owner's right to take a gun where he [or she] will.'"
 

WV: Illegal guns: This state worst
Submitted by: West Virginia Citizens Defense League, Inc.
Website: http://www.wvcdl.org/

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"West Virginia leads America in supplying guns to criminals, according to a national mayors group."

"Mayors Against Illegal Guns - a 343-city coalition led by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino - issued a report this week saying more pistols used in U.S. crimes come from West Virginia than from any other state, in proportion to population."

"Federal data on weapons used in murders, woundings and robberies trace them to the Mountain State at a rate of 41 per 100,000 state residents. Five nearby states counted 526 crime guns that came from West Virginia. Next-worst in this grisly traffic are Mississippi, South Carolina, Kentucky, Alabama and other Southern, rural places." ...
 

Concealed and loaded weapons in national parks and wildlife refuges: Oh, shoot!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Maybe it's just me, but I can't imagine why anyone should be allowed to carry a concealed weapon into a national park or wildlife refuge."

"I've tried to envision the scenario – an undercover federal officer chasing a suspect into the Petrified Forest has to stop because the officer is carrying a concealed weapon and that isn't permitted. But it's hard to believe that was the impetus for the new rules. Or, perhaps it's to stop killer sandhill cranes at Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge?"

"The real reason is hidden in the announcement released by the Department of the Interior." ...
 

Playmobil Security Check Point
Submitted by: Larry

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Submitter's Note: ... because it is never too soon to get your JBT-in-waiting prepared for the real event.
 

MA: Gun-rights advocates stand by Worcester worker (another view)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Antiviolence and gun-rights backers banded together yesterday in support of a Worcester liquor store clerk who shot and killed a masked man who allegedly pulled a gun on him during an attempted robbery."

"Police said the clerk working Wednesday night ... was licensed to carry a firearm."

"'It sounds like a clear-cut case of self-defense, which is what the Second Amendment is really all about,' said Jim Wallace, director of the Gun Owners Action League of Massachusetts. 'The (clerk) was properly lawfully in possession of a firearm. ...'"

"Forty-year-old Evan Louis Rivera, who entered the store with another masked man, pointed a gun at one of the clerks and one of the clerks fired back, striking Rivera multiple times ..." ...
 

MA: Robber shot dead in liquor store holdup
Submitted by: Brian Linehan

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"Fellow package store workers yesterday stood behind a Worcester liquor clerk who fatally shot an allegedly armed would-be robber in what appeared to be a bold act of self-defense."

"'He had to protect himself. He didn't know what they were going to do,' said 29-year-old Jesse Nowosacki of Auburn Package Store, referring to a clerk at a Worcester liquor store who shot and killed a masked man during an attempted holdup Wednesday night."

"Worcester police believe the foiled holdup at Big Bob's Liquors could be connected to other violent packie heists in the area, including one at Auburn Package Store in Auburn four weeks ago when two gun-wielding thugs robbed that store." ...
 

FL: St. Pete Storeowner Chases, Shoots At Armed Robbers
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"When John Silva opened his St. Petersburg variety store ... Sunday, he brought Gertrude with him."

"Gertrude, he says, was his grandfather's .22 caliber Sentinel Arms revolver. Silva's other gun, Betsy – a .380 caliber semiautomatic pistol – was taken by St. Petersburg Police Saturday as evidence."

"Two men came in to John's Variety ... at about 8 p.m. Saturday, says Silva. Their faces were covered with something resembling a ninja mask ..."

"They pointed what looked like a .45 caliber handgun at him."

"... 'I moved as if going down on the floor, reached for my gun, stood back up with the .380 in my hands and they ran like jackrabbits.'" ...

"'I let three rounds go,' he says. 'Unfortunately, I missed them.'" ...
 

OH: Man Fires Shots At Intruders, Thwarts Home Robbery
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A man thwarted a home robbery on Thursday morning when he fired gunshots at two armed men who had forced their way into his home." ...

"Cassey Fields was also sleeping when the men broke down the home's front door, stormed inside and pointed a gun at her. Moments later, she said she heard gunshots."

"'I heard two gunshots and I didn't hear Josh or my dad anymore, so I thought they got my dad,' Cassey Fields said."

"The gunshots were fired by her father. After hearing the men break into the home, Ken Fields grabbed his own gun and confronted the two men."

"'The first one who was at the door turned around to go out and I fired a shot at him,' said Ken Fields."

"After being shot at, both men fled ..." ...
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AL: Men shot in break-in attempt
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Colbert County homeowner shot two men who reportedly were trying to break into his house early Wednesday, leaving both hospitalized recovering from multiple gunshot wounds, authorities said." ...

"Authorities said the homeowner reported that the men were trying to kick in the back door at his home ... The break-in occurred around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday."

"Investigators say Reynolds, a student at UNA, was the driver of the getaway car. He was not injured."

"Investigators said the homeowner shot Peake and Elkins multiple times with a 9 mm pistol after they kicked in the back door of the residence, which is just past East Colbert Baptist Church. The sheriff said neither Peake nor Elkins were armed." ...
 

The Siege of Mumbai
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Last month, as we Americans celebrated our Thanksgiving, many of us missed or were only vaguely aware of a dramatic and horrifying story that unfolded on the other side of the globe. A band of at least nine terrorists took a ship from Pakistan ... came ashore at ... Mumbai ... From the harbor, it was a fifteen-minute walk to their targets."

"Over the next two hours, they hit ten locations: a train station, a Jewish community center, a hospital. Terror squad members finally dug in at a pair of posh hotels and the Jewish community center. Armed with automatic rifles and grenades, the terrorists targeted Jews and Americans, but were content to waste as many innocent lives as possible during their three-day rampage. ..." ...
 

The Mumbai Massacre: It Could Happen Here
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The firearms massacres that have periodically caused shock and horror around the world have all been utterly dwarfed by the Bombay shootings, in which a handful of gunmen left some five hundred people killed or wounded. Commentators have been swift to insist that we must all 'stand firm' against such outrage; but behind the rhetoric, the pundits have been visibly uncertain how an assault like that in India can be prevented or resisted. The Bombay massacre exposed the myth of a number of our security assumptions."

"For anybody who still believed in it, the Bombay shootings exposed the myth of 'gun control'. India had some of the strictest firearms laws in the world ..." ...
 

Time to relax India's gun control laws, to fight militants?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Should India ease up on its tight gun control laws to arm citizens so that they can put up a fight next time they are attacked in their hotels, train stations and even a hospital as it happened in Mumbai last month?"

"Some people are arguing that if the people, or at least some of them such as hotel security staff and police at a railway terminal, had been properly armed there would have been some form of resistance to the Mumbai attackers instead of the spectacle of them moving around a city of 18 million as if they owned it."

"You wouldn’t have had a situation where the gunmen killed at will and with such deliberation, shooting up a popular cafe, and then joining their comrades at the Taj hotel." ...
 

VA: Virginia State Crime Commission hearing on Gunshow Loophole, Dec. 2008 (video)
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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Victims of the Virginia Tech shooting and their families speak out against the gun show loophole before the Virginia Crime Commission. News coverage, Virginia State Capitol, Dec. 9, 2008.
 

WA: WA Gun Owners, Lawmakers Should Tell Nickels 'No' on Illegal Gun Ban
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Washington State gun owners should send a clear message to Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels next Monday, Dec. 15 that his illegal plan to ignore state law by banning legally-carried handguns from public property will not be tolerated, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today."

"CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb encourages all gun owners in the Seattle/King County area to attend a Monday evening hearing on the mayor's scheme to ban handguns from all city property by executive order. The meeting will be held in the Bertha Knight Landes room at Seattle City Hall, 600 Fourth Avenue, with sign-in beginning at 5:30 p.m." ...
 

Corruption in Birmingham: anti-gun rights, anti-gay rights Larry Langford
Submitted by: Karen Harper/The Examiner

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... "Birmingham's Mayor Larry Langford is just the latest in a string of arrests of public officials, most of which led to convictions. Larry Langford is accused of fraud, money laundering, bribery and conspiracy but he is much more than just a crook. Not only has he offended the general citizenry of Birmingham and Jefferson county, he has offended the gun rights groups and gay rights groups." ...

"Mayor Langford traveled to Ohio to participate in the 'Mayors Against Illegal Guns coalition' earlier this month. His subsequent arrest did little to aid the Mayors' cause." ...
 

OH: HB450 (Armed Services 18-21 gun rights restoration) scheduled for fifth hearing & possible vote in Senate committee
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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FULL TEXT BELOW:

The Senate Judiciary on Criminal Justice Committee, chaired by Sen. Tim Grendell (R-18), will hear proponent, opponent and interested party testimony on Rep. Bruce Goodwin's HB450, legislation that would restore gun rights to members of the armed services or the Ohio National Guard who are between the ages of 18 and 21, on Wednesday, December 17 at 10:00 a.m. in the Senate Building's North Hearing Room.

The Chairman has once again indicated that a substitute bill may be offered, and that the bill may receive a vote out of committee.

KEEP CALLING
(and please encourage your friends and family to do the same)
 

UT: District Court Suggests Second Amendment May Protect Possession of Firearms in Public
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
Website: http://hubpages.com/hub/SW-Model-10-Military--Police-Revolver-A-guns-autobiography

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"From Lund v. Salt Lake City Corp., 2008 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 98722 (D. Utah Dec. 4):"
"By itself, mere possession of a firearm in public is not unlawful and may well represent the exercise of a fundamental constitutional right guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I, § 6 of the Utah Constitution (recognizing the 'individual right of the people to keep and bear arms for security and defense of self, family, others, property, or the state, as well as for other lawful purposes,' subject to the power of the Legislature to define the 'lawful use of arms.'). ..." ...
 

Murtha Maintains He Was Right to Say Marines ‘Killed Innocent Civilians in Cold Blood’
Submitted by: Paul

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"Although all of the charges have been dropped against all of the Marines – except for one – involved in the killing of Iraqi civilians in Haditha in 2005, Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.) said he stands by his May 2006 remarks that the Marines involved 'killed innocent civilians in cold blood.'"

"'Yes, I think it was,' the right thing to say, Murtha told CNSNews.com on Wednesday. 'That's my job. My job is due. Listen, the NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigation Service) came to exactly the same conclusion I did.'"

"'They had a two-star general investigate it,' said Murtha. 'General Hagee went over right after I spoke out and talked to all of the Marines in the field and said 'you got to stop this kind of killing.'" ...
 

NC: Retired Concord officer faces theft charges
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A retired Concord police officer was arrested in Huntersville after police allege she attempted to steal several pieces of jewelry and clothing from Kohl's department store."

"Janine Gephardt, 48, was arrested Dec. 8 after Kohl's loss prevention employees found more than $800 in merchandise in her purse ..."

"When employees confronted her in the parking lot, authorities said, Gephardt attempted to punch one of them."

"When police arrived, she handed them a wallet that contained her Concord Police badge and I.D., ..."

"Several Concord officers and officials confirmed her employment with the department but dates of employment were not immediately made available. Gephardt is charged with larceny and assault, police said."
 

AZ: No third trial for BP agent in slaying
Submitted by: Paul

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"A U.S. Border Patrol agent won't be tried for a third time in the shooting death of an illegal immigrant in the Southern Arizona desert last year..."

"Chief Criminal Deputy County Attorney Doyle Johnstun said his office will be moving to dismiss charges against agent Nicholas Corbett without prejudice. Hung juries led to two mistrials earlier this year ..."

"Johnstun said the method of dismissal would allow charges to be refiled if more evidence comes to light."

"'It appears that on the state of the evidence, we can't get a conviction,' said Johnstun. He said the office was leaning toward dismissal of the charges after the second hung jury, with County Attorney Ed Rheinheimer having made the decision within the past few days." ...
 

TX: DPD Officer Arrested for Assault on Woman
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A 22-year veteran of the Dallas Police Department has been arrested on and domestic violence charges.

Police said Sr. Cpl. Randy Joe Alexander, 44, assaulted a woman at his east Dallas home Thursday night.

He allegedly pulled the woman's hair and threatened to shoot her.

The officer is charged with assault.

Alexander is on administrative leave while an internal investigation is under way.
 

PA: Gun-toting woman divides community
Submitted by: Paul

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"Hain, 30, has caused a stir in this rural Pennsylvania Dutch community 25 miles east of Harrisburg for packing a gun everywhere she goes, including to her 5-year-old daughter's soccer games this fall."

"She's paid a big price for sticking to her gun."

"The mother of four ... has been criticized by even the most ardent gun-lovers. From once-friendly neighbors to the local police chief, the general feeling is that Hain's pistol-packing behavior is, well, extreme." ...

"Now she is firing back. On Oct. 24, Hain filed a federal lawsuit against Lebanon County and Mike DeLeo, the sheriff who revoked her gun permit after jittery parents complained about her at the Sept. 11 game." ...

"Last week, the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence offered to defend DeLeo and the county for free." ...
 

VA: Norfolk police officer is charged with DUI
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Norfolk police officer who was relieved of his duty after being charged with obstruction of justice was charged with driving under the influence in Hampton just days later."

"Robert Antwan Jacobs, 28, was one of three officers who was arrested earlier this month. Three days later he was pulled over at 2:10 a.m. on Saturday by a state trooper on I-64 at Hampton Creek Bridge, state police spokeswoman Sgt. Michelle Cotten said."

"She said Jacobs had been 'weaving out of his traffic lane' and showing signs of impairment."

"She said there was a 'strong odor of alcohol' and he failed a DUI test." ...
 

OR: Former Sandy officer charged with identity theft, awaits arraignment
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A former Sandy police officer appeared in court on identity theft and official misconduct charges Thursday but his arraignment was abruptly halted after concerns were raised over a possible conflict of interest involving the defense lawyer in the case."

"William Bergin, 27, stood quietly during the abbreviated hearing in Clackamas County."

"The former Sandy police officer was charged with identity theft, official misconduct and misuse of a license."

"According to a search warrant, Bergin collected confiscated driver's licenses and then passed them along to underage girls, who used the fake IDs to get into bars." ...
 

SC: 'Buyback' won't risk gun rights
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"North Charleston Police Chief Jon Zumalt is trying to reduce violent crime with a Gun Buyback Awareness Program. He's not, in the words of a recent letter to the editor, 'using the churches to take our Second Amendment rights with a gift card.'"

"Gun-rights advocates are understandably wary about attempts to undermine those rights. But Chief Zumalt's offer of a $100 gift certificate to Wal-Mart for any 'working gun' (up to three per participant) turned in at three local churches from 8 a.m.-noon Saturday does not target the Second Amendment."

"The initiative targets the hazardous proliferation of guns in North Charleston ... Though that offer extends only to North Charleston residents, no identification will be required." ...
 

CA: Driver of Silver Bentley Shot, Seriously Injured in Los Angeles Freeway Gunbattle
Submitted by: Paul

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"The driver of a silver Bentley was shot early Friday in an apparent car-to-car freeway shooting ... in downtown Los Angeles."

"California Highway Patrol and police officers responding to a 3:25 a.m. shots-fired call discovered the bullet-riddled Bentley stopped on the freeway ..."

".. the Bentley driver, who has several bullet wounds, was found slumped over the steering wheel. The lieutenant says he's hospitalized with serious injuries."

"Vernon says no witnesses have come forward to the apparent car-to-car shooting. Investigators don't know if the shooting is gang or narcotics related or the result of road rage."

"The Bentley, which is peppered with bullet holes, does not have license plates." ...
 

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