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'Junk Science Is Bad Ammo,' Says Second Amendment Foundation
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A study limited to 30 male students at a small Illinois college that claims handling firearms "primes men for aggression" by raising their testosterone levels is being dismissed as junk science by the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF)." ...

"'Based on this,' marveled SAF founder Alan Gottlieb, 'these people are claiming that merely handling firearms makes men more aggressive, because they want to play what amounts to a practical joke on the next guy. We're not certain what this questionable research indicates, other than the strong possibility that researchers at Knox College have far too much time on their hands, and maybe ought to think about getting real jobs.'" ...
 

VA: In Fairfax, Guns and Questions
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "The tragic death of Mrs. Armel ... raises a number of questions. The gunman was a troubled 18-year-old ... who escaped from a facility for the mentally ill last month. How did he come into possession of an AK-47 assault weapon, a high-powered hunting rifle and five handguns ... If he told friends that he planned to attack the police ... why did none of them alert the authorities? How long had he been treated for mental illness, and how did he manage to escape from the facility last month -- and promptly carjack a vehicle there?"

"Moreover, after he escaped from the mental health facility, in Rockville, why did a Montgomery County court release him four days later on a $30,000 bond?" ...
 

In Virginia A Killer's Friends And Family Didn't Block His Access To Firearms, And An Assault Weapon Made Tragic Mix Worse (BCPGV)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Michael W. Kennedy's demons were clear to the people around him. But those who loved him didn't take steps to prevent him from accessing an armory, including a military style assault weapon. The nature of that weapon changed the dynamic dramatically for the police who confronted the shooter, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence said today."

"'Some day -- unfortunately not soon -- our society will do something to prevent people who act like a loaded gun from having access to a loaded gun' said James Brady ..."

"'We are sickened by the events at the Fairfax police station,' said Michael D. Barnes, president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Not so sickened that you won't use it for political hay.
 

NRA's Annual Meetings & Exhibits 2006: Moving on to Milwaukee
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Rifle Association has announced this year's Annual Meetings & Exhibits will be held at the Midwest Airlines Center in Milwaukee, Wis., from May 19-21."

"With an estimated 40,000-50,000 attendees and about 35 exhibits, this year's Annual Meetings & Exhibits promises to be among the best in NRA history. The exhibit hall will contain one of the largest and best displays of firearms, guides and outfitters in the country, featuring new firearm models, various hunting and shooting accessories, and an extensive private firearms collection displayed by NRA-affiliated gun collector clubs." ...
 

Gun laws eased the way (last letter)
Submitted by: James A. Farmer
Website: http://www.farmer@sou.edu

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"'Holocaust stories tell of horror, hope' (Herald and News April 27) compels me to respond."

"While in Europe in July 1995 we toured the infamous Mauthausen Concentration Camp ..." ...

"Historian and scholar Raul Hilberg reveals a basic hard truth most people today refuse to accept. That so few (3,000 SS men in the Einsatzgruppen) could murder so many, can thus be simply explained: The killers were well armed, organized, and the victims were unarmed." ...

"Like the Armenian genocide of World War I (1914-1918) the Nazi and Communist Holocausts, were empowered by civilian disarmament via criminal totalitarian regimes. Both JPFO, Inc. (www.jpfo.org) and The John Birch Society (www.jbs.org) deserve credit for their documentary research exposing the evils of gun control."
 

Experiences with BATFE -- An Update (JPFO)
Submitted by: ChareltonHest

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... "Last November, Talkin' to America interviewed Len Savage, firearms designer, president of Historic Arms LLC, expert witness for firearms issues, and dedicated freedom fighter for the Second Amendment ( www.jpfo.org/tta051101.htm). Mr. Savage has been instrumental in JPFO's 'Boot the BATFE' campaign (www.jpfo.org/bootbatfe.htm) and has made some powerful enemies at the BATFE and the Justice Department in the process."

"Now Talkin' to America has interviewed Len again. Download the interview at www.jpfo.org/TTA20060508.mp3 or read the transcript at www.jpfo.org/tta060508.htm as Len updates us on his continuing interactions with the BATFE. Learn about the latest arbitrary and capricious activities of this rogue agency, and draw your own conclusions as to what those activities portend for the future of firearms ownership in America." ...
 

Dissecting the Lies (OFCC)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An article in yesterday's The Salt Lake Tribune was written by Ohio State history professor Saul Cornell, who has also written a book claiming that you don't have any gun rights under the Second Amendment."

"His article repeats these lies, and some of them are so blatantly false that they deserve further scrutiny."

"Polling data for decades have shown that most Americans favor stronger gun laws. ..."

"First of all, the vast majority of non-biased polls ... have shown that Americans do not, in fact, favor more gun control laws. This is why campaigning on a platform of gun control is a loser at the polls. Bill Clinton himself lamented that the Democrats lost control of the legislature because ... of the 'Assault Weapons Ban.'" ...
 

Canada: Why should everyone be penalized?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Why is it that whenever tragedy strikes, or some little juvenile delinquent runs amok, we have to have new laws, rules or regulations that require us all to relate to the lowest common denominator?"

"I am certain life has changed forever for the ... girl who, while distracted by her cellular phone, ran into and killed a cyclist."

"But should all of ours too?"

"Why is that out of the tens of thousands of mobile calls taken or made daily by drivers, suddenly one in which a cyclist tragically dies brings forth a hue and cry to ban mobile phone use for everyone while driving."

"... So, because one new driver becomes distracted, unfortunately with grave consequences, we all have to pay the penalty?"

"Sorry I don’t buy it." ...
 

TX: Firearms, liberty and regulation
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Few issues in America are more controversial than guns. Yet even among hot-button topics in American public life, there is something perverse about the dynamics of the debate over guns."

"Polling data for decades have shown that most Americans favor stronger gun laws. Indeed, surveys demonstrate that such policies are even supported by most gun owners. Yet pundits and political soothsayers have written off this issue because it is perceived to be a loser at the polls."

"Gun rights and gun control have long histories. Although both sides in the great American gun debate have claimed to have history on their side, each has presented a version of the past that is highly selective." ...
 

India: In Bihar, gun is mightier than chalk
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Books, chalks and a gun. A teacher in Bihar teaches his class armed with not just knowledge and information, but also a deadly, loaded weapon."

"Gauri Shankar Singh, a primary schoolteacher in Bihar's Sitamarhi district carries a gun with him everywhere, even to the classroom full of young children."

"Even while teaching, the gun does not leave Singh's side."

"A chalk in one hand and the gun in the other, Singh justifies his action. 'There have been several attempts on my life. History-sheeters [people with a criminal history] are after my life and whose and I have not been given any protection,' he says."

"But what's protection and self-defence for him is frightening for the children." ...
 

VA: Gun Brought To School
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Officials say a Nandua Middle School student last week brought a pistol into the building and have launched an investigation into the matter."

"Accomack County Public Schools Superintendent W. Richard Bull said on Monday that the student is alleged to have brought the pistol to school on Wednesday. The firearm apparently was not detected by staff."

"Bull said he received a phone call the following morning from a parent whose child said they saw the gun."

"The student is an eighth grader at Nandua Middle. Bull said that he is currently under suspension, a punishment that could worsen when the School Board hears the case."

"Bull said his office launched an investigation into the matter, interviewing students at the school." ...
 

MO: Air gun in car lands student in hot water
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A 16-year-old was taken into custody this morning after he brought a plastic airgun to Hallsville High School."

"A parent reported seeing the student, a sophomore, waving the gun in the school’s parking lot, Superintendent Tom Baugh said. School officials called the police, and the student was taken into custody at about 8:30 a.m. ..."

"In a written statement, the student admitted he had inadvertently left the gun in his car, but he denies having it out."

"'It appears to have been a real major oversight on his part,' Baugh said."

"Police confiscated the pistol, which Baugh said he believed to be a pellet gun similar to those used in police training exercises. The superintendent wasn’t sure whether the gun had been fired." ...
 

SC: Student brings pistol to Hardeeville school
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"Five students at West Hardeeville School could face charges after a teacher found an unloaded handgun in a classroom last week, the Jasper County Sheriff's Office said Tuesday."

"No charges have been filed against the students, but at least one 11-year-old most likely will be charged with bringing a weapon to school, Jasper County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Roy Hughes said. Police are not releasing the students' names because they are minors."

"The student brought the 9 mm pistol to school on May 2 on a dare from friends, Hughes said. Over the next two days, several 11- and 12-year-old students were shown the gun and held it before Kevin Wilson, a teacher, found the weapon behind a bookcase Thursday. ..." ...
 

CA: Oneto's goals best match ours for District 5
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It is time to elect a supervisor for District 5. We have looked at all the candidates and have decided Brian Oneto's ideas, beliefs and goals for Amador County best match ours."

"He has been in agriculture his whole life. He is a businessman and has negotiated contracts with private companies and with government agencies."

"Brian is concerned about protecting private property rights and the second amendment. He has built roads as part of his business and is concerned, as you are, with the condition of our roads. He is also concerned about growth, fire/safety, casinos and seniors. He has stated that he would analyze our current budget to see if there can be more dollars made available for fire, safety and roads." ...
 

PA: Voters to decide between Fularz, Witon on Tuesday
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Two candidates will square off in the Republican primary election on Tuesday, May 16, for the chance to run against Democratic incumbent John Pallone in the race for state representative in the 54th legislative district this year." ...

"If elected, Fularz said he intends to address other issues, including supporting the taxpayer bill of rights and capping state spending at the rate of inflation."

"Also, would support lobbyist disclosure, revealing to the public how much is spent to lobby the government." ...

"Fularz says he is pro-life, opposed to legislative pay raises and strongly supports the Second Amendment. Also says he is a staunch supporter of health care reform." ...
 

FL: Governor must veto gun bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Want to find out if your unstable ex-husband has obtained a permit to carry a concealed firearm?"

"Want to know if the child molester down the street has slipped through the bureaucratic cracks and is packing heat?" ...

"Today, you have a right to find out whom the state has granted the power to carry concealed firearms. Tomorrow, your right will be gone."

"Unless Gov. Jeb Bush intervenes with a veto, necessary to protect law-abiding citizens." ...

"But in the NRA's warped, unfounded view of things, permit holders have become victims: of the media and of criminals — apparently ultra-sophisticated — who use databases to prey on gun-toting men and women and steal their weapons." ...
 

Peoples Rights Organization Testimony To Ohio Senate Committee on the Judiciary-Criminal regarding HB347 (CCW fixes and Pre-Emption)
Submitted by: Peoples Rights Organization
Website: http://www.peoplesrights.org

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"Mr. Chairman, members of the Ohio Senate Committee on the Judiciary, thank you for the opportunity to testify before you on House Bill 347." ...

"With several exceptions, concealed carry is a law that has worked because it was generally designed to assist the individual, law abiding person whose only request was to be able to lawfully defend themselves with a firearm once they left the safe confines of their home."

"House Bill 347 corrects some of the problems in Ohio’s concealed carry law." ...
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Submitter's Note: The Committee Chair expects that House Bill 347 will be voted out of committee next week and go to the full Senate for consideration.
 

LA: Louisiana Pro-Gun Bills Need Your Help (NRA-ILA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On Tuesday, May 9, the State Senate Judiciary C Committee reported out two NRA-supported bills:"

"HB 89 by Representative Eric LaFleur (D-38) & Representative Don Cazayoux (D-18), the 'Castle Doctrine' bill which creates presumptions in law for the use of force against intruders in your home, car or place of business and explicitly states in law that you have no 'duty to retreat' from criminal attack if you are in a place where you have a legal right to be."

"HB 760 by Representative Steve Scalise (R-82) prohibits the confiscation of firearms from law-abiding citizens during a future state of emergency or natural disaster." ...
 

KS: Legislation closing concealed gun records goes to governor
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The public won't have any clue about who's applying for concealed gun permits in Kansas under a bill Gov. Kathleen Sebelius has been asked to veto."

"Under a compromise worked out Wednesday by House and Senate negotiators, all information about who applies for, receives or is denied a permit will be sealed. The House sent the bill to the governor ..."

"Tuesday night, the Senate voted 30-8 for a version allowing the release of the person's name and home county, but the House rejected the idea and sent the bill back to negotiators."

"'Even with just the name and county, it still has the potential to identify, especially in a small county,' said Rep. L. Candy Ruff ... 'You've got to trust somebody in this process.'" ...
 

FL: Gun permits shouldn't be secret
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The names of those packing heat in Florida should not be a state secret. Yet the Legislature overreacted to a single incident and passed legislation that would mean concealed weapons permits are no longer public record ... Gov. Jeb Bush should veto the bill."

"There are legitimate reasons why concealed weapons permits should remain public records. Floridians ought to be able to find out if their neighbors have a permit to carry a concealed weapon. Parents ought to be able to check whether the parents of their children's friends have concealed weapons, not just take their word for it. Keeping the permits secret ... erodes the comfort level if residents can only assume everyone on the block might be armed." ...
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Submitter's Note: So my privacy is less important than your comfort?
 

U.S. tipping Mexico to Minuteman patrols
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"While Minuteman civilian patrols are keeping an eye out for illegal border crossers, the U.S. Border Patrol is keeping an eye out for Minutemen -- and telling the Mexican government where they are."

"According to three documents on the Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations Web site, the U.S. Border Patrol is to notify the Mexican government as to the location of Minutemen and other civilian border patrol groups when they participate in apprehending illegal immigrants -- and if and when violence is used against border crossers." ...

"... said Chris Simcox, founder of the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps. 'It's unbelievable that our own government agency is sending intelligence to another country. ...'" ...
 

MI: Stray bullet blamed on faulty trigger
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Police Chief James Q. St. Louis says a faulty rifle trigger is to blame for a sniper's stray bullet that traveled about 150 feet during an April 17 standoff here."

"The trigger pressure required to fire the Remington 700 was 'fluctuating' and dropped to an unsafe level, causing the rifle to discharge accidentally into the roof of an apartment building 40 to 50 yards away, St. Louis said." ...

"He said a maintenance company may have introduced the rifle defect in late winter. Police have paid $280 to replace have the trigger system ... St. Louis said."

"'The gun was sitting on a backpack and, when it was moved, the material from the backpack rubbed against the trigger guard,' he said. 'It was just enough vibration to set it off.'" ...
 

MD: To Serve and Protect
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"Consider the plight of James Conick, a resident of Maryland, a Marine Corps veteran, law-abiding citizen, taxpayer."

"I think his recent experience with law enforcement may be a metaphor for our times."

"Conick wrote to me two weeks ago when several men he believes to be illegal aliens rear-ended his car on Route 50 ..."

"The Maryland state trooper who responded to the scene gave Conick a document from the head of the Maryland State Police stating that since the agency is overwhelmed with calls, the officer would not be able to issue a traffic citation to the driver responsible for ramming his car." ...

"[Late last week] he was [again] driving on Route 50. ... he was pulled over by a state trooper who wasn't too busy to issue a citation. And issue one he did – to Conick, for driving a vehicle with one of two tail lights not working." ...
 

Mexico: Women allege sex abuse by Mexican police
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Mexico's human rights agency said Tuesday it has filed complaints with prosecutors after nearly two dozen women claimed they were raped or sexually abused by police following a violent protest."

"The allegations are the most serious to arise against police - frequently accused of corruption and violence - during the administration of President Vicente Fox, said Guillermo Ibarra, coordinator-general of projects and communication for the Mexican National Human Rights Commission."

"He said seven women reported that they were raped and 16 others, including three foreign nationals, said they were sexually abused by police who detained them after violent clashes last week in the town of San Salvador Atenco." ...
 

WI: Study supports concealed carry law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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FULL TEXT BELOW:

A study to be released today says concealed weapons laws in other states have not affected crime rates.

The Wisconsin Policy Research Institute found states with the same concealed carry training requirements as proposed in Wisconsin had few permit revocations or suspensions.

State legislators have twice passed concealed carry laws in the past four years. Governor Doyle has vetoed both. Doyle recent criticized Republicans for wasting time and energy passing concealed carry legislation they knew he would veto.

Study author David Dodenhoff says he found less chance of property loss or physical injury exists when a potential crime victim resists with a gun. He says criminals in states with concealed weapons laws are afraid of the possibility of confronting an armed victim.
 

NY: NRA to give talk at SUNY
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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A speaker from the National Rifle Association will present a lecture on Second Amendment rights at SUNY-New Paltz Lecture Center 104 at 7 p.m. tonight.

Charles Poles from the NRA will answer questions from the audience. His presentation is being sponsored by New Paltz College Republicans.

Group chairman Mike Peters was among several student leaders who said they favored formation of student militia which, they argued, should be allowed to carry shotguns on campus under the protection of the Second Amendment. Campus officials have denounced the students' pronouncements.

The College Republicans are not associated with any local political organizations.

Admission to the lecture is free.
 

AZ: Custom rifle maker moves to Wickenburg
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Custom gunsmith and rifle maker Michael Scherz considers himself to be more of an artist than a manufacturer. For him every job is a work of art, only he works in metal and wood rather than paint and canvas."

"Scherz and his wife Dr. Susan Scherz moved to the Wickenburg area when Susan became Superintendent of Schools and Principal in Aguila. Michael had been a gunsmith in their former home of Yuma for the past 15 years."

"Scherz makes bolt-action rifles in quality or caliber that are unavailable from the larger rifle manufacturers."

"'I make what the other manufacturers don't,' said Scherz. 'The major manufacturers probably make rifles chambered for about 20 different calibers. I can make rifles chambered for more than 100.'" ...
 

NY: Group of students wants an armed militia on campus
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"They want to patrol campus, offer night time escorts, and hold self defense classes. They also want to carry guns. It's a plan for a student militia at SUNY Potsdam, and the idea is not sitting well with some students on campus."

"'Students with guns? It's not a good idea,' said Travis Fisher, freshman."

"'Students helping students and watching out for each other is one thing but a militia? That seems a little over the top to me,' said Kelsey Moody, freshman."

"But group organizer Kelly Eustis says it's their second amendment right to bear arms. ... The school on the other hand, doesn't feel the same way. There is a strict no-gun policy in place and spokesperson Deirdre Kelly says it isn't going to change." ...
 

AK: Let's shoot for a safe, accessible firearms area
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"With the flip of the calendar page, May is now upon us. This time of year, Alaskans just can't wait to get out in the great outdoors to garden, hunt, fish and recreate."

"Target practicing is another favorite Alaska outdoor activity."

"Last summer, the Mat-Su Borough Assembly unanimously passed Resolution Serial No. 05-083, which I sponsored, that will identify land for one or more safe shooting sites in our Valley. The borough's Community Development Department will begin that process in the coming weeks."

"The borough population is growing and we have more and more visitors every year. We must create safe, easily accessible and affordable areas for people to use firearms. ..." ...
 

Canada: Man claims he was snatched at gunpoint Possible kidnap victim found in police stop
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"A random vehicle stop on May 2 in Aldergrove led to the discovery of loaded guns, a large quantity of cocaine and methamphetamine — as well as the possible victim of a kidnapping." ...

"One man fled on foot and the patrol officer apprehended the three remaining men, who are all known to police."

"A subsequent search of the vehicle revealed a man lying down in the back seat. Langley RCMP are looking into allegations that the man was kidnapped from his home at gunpoint." ...

"A thorough search of the vehicle revealed a loaded handgun, a stolen rifle that had been altered, a loaded sawed-off shotgun, ammunition, and a large quantity of cocaine and methamphetamine." ...
 

UK: Bus ban for pupil who fired toy gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A PUPIL has been banned from travelling on his school bus for two weeks after firing a toy gun while on board."

"The replica pistol, which was loaded with plastic pellets at the time, was fired by the 13-year-old ... as he travelled home on the bus last Thursday."

"Neil Underwood, headteacher of the school, in Oundle, said he had decided not to exclude the boy from lessons and had opted instead to ban him from using the bus for two weeks." ...

"Mr Underwood said: 'There was an incident on board one of the school buses, which was brought to my attention by a parent.'"

"'A boy fired the gun while on the bus home. Although he was unaware it was loaded at the time, that is hardly the point, and disciplinary action was taken.'" ...
 

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