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Activate the Citizen Militia
Submitted by: Liberty Belles
Website: http://www.libertybelles.org

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"As reported on Brietbart.com, 'the Miami Police Department announced recently that it plans to stage random shows of force at hotels, banks and other public places to keep terrorists guessing and remind people to be vigilant. Deputy Police Chief Frank Fernandez said officers might, for example, surround a bank building, check the IDs of everyone going in and out and hand out leaflets about terror threats.'"

"Only a government agent or communist could have come up with such a wasteful, anti-constitutional, anti-American, inefficient plan as the one outlined above. The problems with this plan come so rapidly to the mind that the tongue cannot keep up. Based on the statements of the Miami Police Department, it is clear that the people of Miami are facing a more imminent threat than Al Qaida." ...
 

Second amendment meant to protect against tyranny
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"After reading Jason Ratliff's commentary on gun ownership, I have a question for him. Can I own a nuclear weapon? It seems like a silly question, I grant you. I mean the idea of a private citizen, especially one so wildly unstable as myself, owning a nuclear weapon is unnerving to say the least. But considering the stated purpose of the second amendment it would follow that I be allowed to own a nuclear weapon or weapons grade anthrax or a tomahawk missile. In reading Mr. Ratliff's thoughts on the second amendment and gun control, he talks about home invasion and the Warsaw ghetto uprising and liberals- dirty, dirty liberals; but while he skirts the issue of the second amendment, he never dives right in." ...
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Submitter's Note: Vin Suprynowicz deals with this hysterical topic rather well here.
 

Why is Mike Wallace afraid?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Mike Wallace says President Bush is afraid to be interviewed by him. The 87-year old reporter for '60 Minutes' made the comment on MSNBC’s 'Hardball' earlier this week, in an exchange with host Chris Matthews." ...

"After seeing this, I can’t help but wonder why Mike Wallace is afraid of me."

"You see, I put in a request with Wallace’s publicist several weeks ago, asking him to come on www.nranews.com and my show 'Cam and Company' to talk about his new book and his recent appearance at a fundraiser for the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence. At the time, I was told that Wallace wasn’t doing any more interviews. That’s apparently not the case, so I’m left to wonder why it is that Mr. Wallace won’t speak with me." ...
 

Amendment II: Right to bear arms
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"SANFORD LEVINSON, a distinguished constitutional law professor, wrote in the Yale Law Journal that the Second Amendment suffers from a lack of serious scholarship. Few law students envision the Second Amendment as an area of lucrative practice upon graduation. His article, 'The Embarrassing Second Amendment,' sent a shock wave through academia by suggesting that the amendment might actually mean what it says."

"... Gun-control advocates point to the militia clause of the Second Amendment, arguing that it warrants a collective, rather than an individual, right to keep and bear arms. However, history--buttressed by the Founders' clear understanding--dictates that the amendment guarantees this right to individual Americans." ...
 

Op-Ed: Hear the Quiet?
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"Once a hot-button political issue, gun control has become nothing more than a second tier topic on the national scene."

"In the last presidential election the only serious press coverage devoted to guns revolved around John Kerry's poorly devised goose hunting trip in Ohio designed to make him look like a supporter of 2nd Amendment rights."

"There was also a brief spurt of coverage in September 2004 when the Clinton assault weapons ban was allowed to sunset. Just a few short years ago, a story about an assault weapons ban would have had long-term traction during a presidential election season. Instead the ban expired with a whimper; and less than a year later the story is largely ignored." ...
 

Shoulder Arms
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"Our resident military-hardware historian picks the Top 10 battle-shaping longarms."

"The role of the infantryman, for the most part, has pretty much been the same through the ages, and if you read some period accounts it becomes obvious that they all shared similar experiences. I'm sure that if a Napoleonic-period British infantryman, a World War I French poilu and an American grunt in Vietnam sat down around a campfire, they'd soon all be bitching about their officers, rotten chow, long hours, bad pay, sore feet and the soldier's sorry lot in general."

"Where things would start to get a tad testy would be in the weaponry department. ..." ...
 

Smith & Wesson Begins Shipping Military & Police (M&P) Polymer Pistols
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"Smith & Wesson Holding Corp., parent company of Smith & Wesson Corp., the legendary 153-year old global provider of products and services for safety, security, protection and sport, today announced that it has begun shipping the company's new Military & Police (M&P) Series of advanced-design polymer pistols, a new product line with performance, safety and durability features engineered to the exacting standards of global military and police personnel." ...
 

Genocide survivor speaks out
Submitted by: Anonymous

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... "Rusesabagina helped save more than 1,000 people during a 100-day ethnic slaughter in 1994 by sheltering refugees in the hotel he managed in Rwanda's capital city, Kigali."

"The genocide led to the death of about 1 million people." ...

"Rusesabagina cited current humanitarian crises in other African countries, including the Darfur region of Sudan, as evidence that people don't learn from history's mistakes. ..." ...

"'I'll never fight with a gun,' he said. 'I'll fight with my mouth.'"
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NV: Sparks police identify men in fatal shooting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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Sparks police have identified the two men involved in a fatal shooting Thursday at a vacant house on Pyramid Way.

Mark Richardson, 28, a Reno-Sparks area resident, was killed by Dale Weir, 76, of Reno, police said.

Weir was checking on his vacant property about 6 p.m. Thursday, found the back door kicked open and Richardson inside, police said.

Weir shot Richardson with a 9 mm handgun. Richardson staggered out the back door and died in the alley, police said.

Weir had a permit for the pistol, Cmdr. Steve Asher said. The district attorney's staff will determine whether charges are warranted, he said.
 

MI: Pit bull kills 91-year-old Detroit woman
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Neighbors called her Mother Stiles, an elderly gentle woman with a generous spirit, bad hip and hulking pit bull, Butch."

"Today, they're both dead, and shocked friends are wondering why the dog turned on her."

"Neighbors found the white dog coated in the blood of its 91-year-old owner, Mary Stiles, about 3:30 p.m. Monday in the kitchen ..."

"The woman who was known as a neighborhood matriarch was pronounced dead on arrival at Henry Ford Hospital, and animal control officers are testing the dog ... for rabies."

"'I can't understand what would make him go off like that, but in the end, he went after everyone,' said Charles Wilson, 72, a neighbor who shot the dog with a hunting rifle before police officers finished it off." ...
 

WI: Legislators prepare for heated debate
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Though the Wisconsin Senate and Assembly will debate several pieces of legislation today, a few notable bills are likely to spur heated discussion on the Senate floor regarding gay marriage, annual gas-tax indexing and concealed carry." ...

"The Senate is also slated to decide on the concealed-carry bill, known as the 'Personal Protection Act.' The bill’s legislative backers say the Second Amendment affords Wisconsinites the right to carry concealed weapons. However, opponents of the bill contend it could be a menace to public safety. Police organizations have been divided over the issue."
 

AZ: Tempe High locked down; fake gun found
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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Tempe High School was locked down for several hours Tuesday after police received a 911 call from someone saying a student had a gun in his waistband.

Sgt. Dan Masters says six officers went to the school about 11 a.m. Students were locked into their classrooms and a search started.

Officers and school officials went into every room, searching every student and backpack. That's when a male who's a junior at the school handed over a plastic toy pistol.

Masters says nothing else was found and the school reopened at 1:30 p.m. .

The unidentified teen could face criminal charges for disrupting classes. Masters says he likely faces discipline or expulsion under the district's zero tolerance policy for weapons possession.
 

Brady Center takes aim at bill to allow guns in parking lots
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Legislation backed by the National Rifle Association that could send employers to prison if they bar vehicles containing guns from their parking lots drew fire Tuesday from the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence."

"[Opponents argued the legislation] would violate employers' property rights and reduce workplace safety." ...

"NRA lobbyist Marion Hammer said in an interview that legislation 'is not about bringing guns to work' and that parking lots are quasi-public property where employers have no authority to set rules on what people can have in their cars.

"'They have no more right to tell you that you can't have a firearm in your private vehicle than they can tell you that you can't have a pair of sunglasses ...' Hammer said." ...
 

'Spend & Shoot' Politicians Set to Vote on Concealed Weapons Legislation that Would Make Communities Less Safe & Create Massive Financial Burden, Says Group
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"'Spend and shoot' politicians will create a massive financial burden to taxpayers and threaten public safety if the current carrying concealed weapons (CCW) legislation becomes law in Wisconsin ..."

"Under the pending CCW legislation, cities and counties could only prohibit permit holders from carrying hidden and loaded handguns into municipal buildings ... if cities purchase and staff metal detectors at every entrance. In yet another costly expenditure, municipalities would also be mandated to provide secure lockers ..."

"Such measures would cost millions of dollars, amounting to an annual and massive unfunded mandate for each Wisconsin city and locale. ..." ...
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KABA Note: Only for those rights denying municipalities whose leaders' paranoia and hoplophobia overcomes their common sense.
 

From 'Shoot First' to 'Shoot at Work'; Brady Campaign Announces Fight Against Bill That Would Force Businesses to Accept Firearms on Private Property
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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"With Florida state legislators meeting in a special session, officials of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and other gun violence prevention groups announced the start of an aggressive campaign to alert businesses in the Sunshine State that legislators are looking at a bill that would require those businesses to allow loaded guns on their property." ...
 

CA: Hells Angels clear legal hurdle to sue city, county officers
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for the San Jose chapter of the Hells Angels to sue city and county officers for killing three dogs and hauling away truckloads of items, including motorcycles and part of a driveway, during 1998 raids."

"The court ... denied review of a lower-court ruling that said police who searched the homes of motorcycle club members during a murder investigation might have caused needless destruction and violated the residents' property rights."

"'You just can't treat American citizens like this,' said Karen Snell, an attorney in San Francisco who represented the Hells Angels. 'These were citizens, taxpayers, parents and dog-lovers. ... It's not illegal to be a Hells Angels member.'" ...
 

FL: 4 inmates accused of smuggling gun into Belle Glade prison
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Four inmates at Glades Correctional Institution on Tuesday were charged with smuggling a loaded pistol and other contraband into a state prison."

"The four inmates -- Blas Duran, 34; Angel Rodriguez, 39; William Ortiz-Ponce, 36; and Antone Jones, 39 – have each been relocated to other state prisons. Each has been charged with introduction of contraband into a state correctional institution, a second-degree felony. If convicted as charged, each inmate could face an additional 15 years to his sentence."

"According to a Florida Department of Law Enforcement release, the investigation began in June after another inmate alerted prison officials about the plot." ...
 

OH: Local family in shock after stray bullet hits their home
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A family in a quiet Lake County suburban neighborhood is still in shock over a stray bullet that hit their home.

The Almas family on Lanark Rd. was making dinner when they hear a strange noise. When they went to investigate, they found a bullet in their downstairs bedroom.

It punctured a wall, ricocheted off a dresser, and finally landed in the wall next to the couple's bed.

The bullet was from a Lake County SWAT member's rifle that accidentally misfired at a practice range about a mile away.

This happened back in May, but the family has still not been compensated.

They want a new bedroom set, but the insurance company for the sheriff's department says that's unreasonable.
 

VA: Police win $2,650 Eddie Eagle costume
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Officer Susan Worley of the Dowagiac Police Department submitted the winning application for the 2005 Eddie Eagle GunSafe program to win a $2,650 mascot costume."

"Dowagiac police will receive the Eddie Eagle costume at no cost to aid their gun accident prevention efforts among young children."

"Since 1988, more than 24,000 law enforcement officers, school teachers and community safety leaders have taught the National Rifle Association's gun accident prevention program to more than 18 million young children."

"Children in pre-kindergarten through third grade learn the safety message, 'If you see a gun, STOP! Don't touch. Leave the area. Tell an adult.'" ...
 

South Africa: Gun owners to take their case to court
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A constitutional court case is looming about the state's inability to process all firearm licence renewals ahead of the month-end deadline, which will criminalise up to 400 000 gun owners."

"The pending case follows remarks by Phuti Setati, the South African Police Service spokesperson, that those who failed to renew their licences by December 31 would be prosecuted, which could spell jail sentences of up to 12 months for thousands of law-abiding citizens."

"The deadline was set for the first group of firearm owners ... to renew their licences in accordance with the new act, but owners' associations and opposition parties have warned repeatedly that the police do not have the capacity or training to ensure that all renewals are issued in time." ...
 

Philippines: Cop, driver tied to million-peso heist
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"CHRISTMAS this year would have some significance for the Lim family who engaged in purchase and sale of agricultural products in Cagayan de Oro."

"City police immediately captured three robbers who victimized the Lim family in their residence ..."

"The robbers seized over a million worth of cash, jewelry, and appliance items."

"Later in the afternoon, police also arrested Lim family's driver after the suspects confessed that the latter had provided them access to the house." ...

"Initao police identified one of the captured suspects as 36-year-old PO3 Reggie Velasco, who was confirmed later by authorities as member of the 904th Mobile Force sa Sibugay, Zamboanga del Sur." ...
 

UK: Reporter with gun shows up Millennium security
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An undercover reporter posing as a St John Ambulance volunteer got into Cardiff's Millennium Stadium for last month's rugby international between Wales and Australia carrying a fake gun in his first-aid bag and wearing a uniform he bought over the internet."

"Wearing a hidden camera, the reporter Gareth Rees stood next to players, spoke to VIP guests such as the bass baritone Bryn Terfel, and entered three hospitality boxes without once being asked to show identification. Even when he left five minutes before the kick-off, having spent more than an hour inside the stadium, he was not challenged by security officials." ...
 

OH: Rapper Shoots Himself With Pen Gun
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Steven Zorn had put the pen gun to his head and clicked before, apparently thinking it was jammed and would not work."

"But on the third try, the tiny silver pistol went off as the 22-year-old budding rap artist was drinking to celebrate an impending record deal. He died at a hospital." ...

"'Steven had a career and his dreams all ahead of him,' said Zorn's mother, Lisa McCoy-Horn. She said she wants lawmakers to outlaw pen guns, which are small-caliber, single-shot weapons that resemble pens." ...
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Submitter's Note: So let me get this straight. This idiot, (with all due respect to the dearly departed) tried three times to blow his head off, was successful on the third try, and now Mom wants to ban pen guns?

The world is upside down.
 

OH: Mayor-elect: Toledo's anti-self-defense police chief should step down (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"Toledo's NBC24.com is reporting that if Mayor-elect Carty Finkbeiner has his way, anti-self-defense Police Chief Michael Navarre will not be part of the new Finkbeiner administration." ...

"To anyone who has paid attention to some of the positions Mike Navarre has taken on the Bill of Rights, this news comes none-too-soon." ...
 

OH: Divert tax money to pro-gun candidates for FREE! (BFA)
Submitted by: Buckeye Firearms Association
Website: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org

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"This is the time of year when many make charitable contributions. Tax deductible is good, but I’ve got a much better deal for you."

"If you pay Ohio income tax this year, you are entitled to a $100 per couple ($50 per person) tax credit for donations to certain politicians. A credit is much different than a deduction. You don’t get a part of your donation back, you get the whole donation back as a tax refund."

"If you do nothing, Governor Bob Taft will have no problem spending your tax dollars, but wouldn’t you rather take some of that money and divert it to a pro-gun candidate? Help the people you want to help change the law. It costs you nothing!" ...
 

A .270 On Safari
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I suppose I'm not quite old enough to truly appreciate or understand the influence Jack O'Connor had on the popularity of the .270 Winchester cartridge. He died in 1978--I was 10, still two years away from receiving my first hunting license. And I was far too young to even consider a career in outdoor publishing, writing and editing gun and hunting stories, which would lead me down some of the same hallways through which O'Connor once strolled." ...
 

MI: Bill to let more kids hunt for deer, bears
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"Shantell Coats' 7-year-old daughter Sarah is itching to hunt." ...

"Coats supports legislation in the state House that would lower the age for firearm hunting of deer, elk and bear from 14 to 12 on private land with adult supervision."

"Michigan State Rep. Scott Hummel, the sponsor of the bill, said he hopes to have the law enacted by April to give the Department of Natural Resources time to get the system in place for next year's hunting season. The DNR supports the concept and would like to expand it to include public land as well." ...
 

NJ: State went ahead with bear hunt based on unfounded claims
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As we humans enjoy the weeks before Christmas, the Dickensian bustle, the magical lights, the warmth of hearth, family and home, hundreds of New Jersey's black bears are enduring eight days of stone-cold terror, violence, pain, separation, wounding and death. Charles Dickens would have appreciated the hypocrisy."

"Most vulnerable are the sows and cubs who are still feeding, or searching for the safety of dens so necessary to carry the family through the spring many will never see. Cubs cleave to their mothers the first year of life and beyond."

"The Department of Environmental Protection says the hunt will provide pre-holiday 'recreational opportunity' for a handful of the state's 8.4 million citizens." ...
 

NJ: Six-day bear hunt opens
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"New Jersey hunters take to the woods today for a season aimed at thinning the state's growing population of black bears, whose hungry foraging has frightened suburban residents."

"Up to 5,000 hunters were expected to participate in the six-day hunt -- the second in New Jersey in 35 years -- which begins at sunrise."

"John Rogalo planned to set out with his 12-year-old son to hunt in Allamuchy Mountain State Park."

"'It's a chance to harvest a bear,' said Mr. Rogalo, 47, of Stanhope, a self-employed contractor. 'I just view hunting as a family tradition. I started at 10 with my dad. Now my son will be with me.'" ...
 

Canada: Election Canada 2006: Green party accuses Conservatives of NRA help (blog)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Is the NRA really helping the Conservative party in Canada? That is the question that the Green Party answers: yes."

"This week Canadians learned that the U.S.-based National Rifle Association (NRA) would not only be supporting the Conservative party's campaign, but also providing it with strategic advice. ..."

"This would be pretty big news, if it were as true as it sounds. The real story goes something like this: a person in the NRA is speaking at a session with the Canadian Shooting Sports Association. The CSSA is, in turn, looking to get more politically active. ..." ...
 

Canada: Montreal massacre remembered
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"As Canadians paused Tuesday to remember the victims of the country's worst mass shooting, the sister of one of the 14 women who were killed said she hopes tougher gun laws will become an issue in the federal election."

"Catherine Bergeron said a lot has been done to tighten gun laws since her sister Genevieve was slain in gunman Marc Lepine's rampage at the University of Montreal's engineering school on Dec. 6, 1989, but more is needed." ...

"Canada's gun law, which marks its 10th anniversary this year, has faced steady challenges in Parliament, particularly in the operation of the controversial gun registry." ...
 

UK: Gun blasted out of crook's hand
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A COP sharpshooter blasted a gun from a robber's hand in a dramatic swoop."

"The pistol-wielding crook took aim at terrified staff as he and three masked raiders burst into a supermarket on Saturday night."

"But using pinpoint accuracy, the ace marksman skillfully disarmed with him with a single shot to the hand. The drama unfolded as Flying Squad cops - tipped off by an informant - lay in wait for the gang at the Netto store in Rye Lane, Peckham."

"They followed the balaclava-clad raiders inside and ordered the gunman to drop his weapon, but the crook kept it pointed at staff."

"A terrifying stand-off ensued before the marksman took aim and blasted the gun out of his grip." ...
 

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