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Open challenge to new White House propaganda czar: Let’s talk ‘Gunwalker'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "OK, so we’ve established that a taxpayer-funded, National Socialist-connected propagandist is going to be doing damage control on stories embarrassing to the White House, and dispensing cabal-engineered talking points to media lapdog useful idiots and co-conspirators. That’s the playing field."

"Yo, Lee—wanna talk 'Gunwalker'? ..." ...
 

Dog attacks bring out the backlash; Crime down, gun sales up!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"For the second time since Saturday, a man has been attacked by unleashed, aggressive dogs in King County, the most recent incident occurring Monday in Kent."

"In the aftermath, public reaction is not unlike that unleashed against firearms and their owners following a high-profile shooting." ...

MEANWHILE, the FBI’s preliminary report on crime for 2010 shows violent crime continues to decline across the country, even though, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, gun sales and recreational shooting activity has spiked over the past couple of years." ...
 

Criminal home invaders pretending to be cops, or the real thing? Does it matter?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The slaughter in Tucson earlier this month of Marine veteran Jose Guerena, shot down by Tucson SWAT officers, should lead to some long, hard looks at the militarization of law enforcement, no-knock raids, and the 'War on Drugs' in general. ..." ...
 

FBI Stats: More Guns, Less Crime?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"There’s something strange going on in America. The FBI’s 2010 Preliminary Annual Uniform Crime Report tells of a a 5.5 percent drop in violent crime and a 2.8 percent decline in property crime. [NSF bullet points after the jump.] With the economy in the tank, you’d think that crime would be on the upswing. Well, you might, if you were one of those Patrick Kennedy-types who blames bad behavior on society. You know: less opportunity to succeed through gainful employment, more desire to take what ain’t yours. Gun rights supporters reckon the falling crime rate is down to surging firearms sales. You know: deterrence by Ruger. Me, I’m going with technology . . ." ...
 

MAIG Wins Pro-Reg ATF Cyber War
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"When the feds reported that 70 percent of people emailed the [ATF] in support of a new federal long gun registry for over 6500 southern gun dealers, the gunblogosphere issues a collective WTF. In the aftermath of that cyber-battle debacle, onlygunsandmoney.blogspot.com rooted around a bit for an explanation. And found one. 'Examining the comments that have been made available on the ATF's Freedom of Information Act page, it quickly becomes evident that most of the pro-reporting comments were form letters sent by a bulk mailer program. The comments are identical and just strip in the sender's name and address.' And the group responsible for winning the cyber war is . . ." ...
 

Singing Praise to John Moses Browning
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Few things really pass the test of time anymore. It seems that as soon as you buy a new computer it is already obsolescent and the latest whiz-bang model that replaced it won’t last but a few months. But if you look closely while watching news footage of our troops in Afghanistan, you will see a pistol that has indeed succeeded in passing that test and it is a testament to the genius of its designer. Few Americans today know who John Moses Browning was and it's a pity. We all know who Henry Ford was. However, is his Model T still in common use today? Of course not. Mr. Browning's designs are alive and well. Amazing, considering that many of his designs are over 100 years old and the man has been dead since 1926." ...
 

Wal-Mart retailing giant resumes sales of rifles & shotguns at half of its stores
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Wall Street Journal reported recently that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is bringing back rifles, shotguns and ammunition to hundreds of U.S. stores as the hurting retail giant seeks to reinvigorate its one-stop shopping appeal and attract more male customers." ...
 

Armed With Stone-Tipped Arrows, Hunters Stalk Their Inner Cave Men
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Late last month, Mike Huston crouched in a prickly pear patch. His blood-stained quiver—sewn from the hide of a deer he killed—was full of arrows fashioned from turkey feathers, wild plants and sharpened stones."

"Nearby, a half dozen feral hogs grunted through the West Texas dust. When they drew within a few yards, Mr. Huston laid an arrow against a bow of rough wood and deer sinew, pulling it taut. The black boar was oblivious until it heard the thwack of Mr. Huston's bowstring."

"Mr. Huston, who goes by 'Hawk,' is at the forefront of a backward movement in the U.S.: Hunters are increasingly devolving, favoring crude hand-wrought weapons made with ancient methods." ...
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H/t to Mike V. who notes "There are no obsolete weapons, only obsolete tactics."
 

Should I Buy a Gun?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Should I buy a gun? -- a difficult question indeed. Depending on where you live, that question could be moot because some cities and states have strict gun laws that make it extremely difficult, if not virtually impossible, to own a gun. Check your local laws."

"If you live in a city or state where gun ownership is relatively simple, then the question is one that you and many others deal with every day. Depending on your interpretation of it, the Second Amendment guarantees the right to own a gun, but is it a right that should be exercised?" ...
 

Gun Review: Mossberg 100 ATR
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I walked into my gun store last week fully expecting to buy a Remington 700 in .308 Winchester. As I was walking down the aisles toward that long-touted paragon of bolt actions this little beauty caught my eye. It’s a short action bolt action rifle chambered for .308 Winchester made by Mossberg. It’s called the 100 ATR. The firearm comes with a free-floated barrel, pre-installed rails for a scope and iron sights. IRON SIGHTS! The Mossberg 100 ATR only cost a fraction of what I would have paid for a Rem 700 (and became cheaper by the second as I reminded my local gun shop owner just how much I spend on transfers there to do reviews for this site). But is it any good?" ...
 

Gun Review: Hi-Point C9 9mm Pistol
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"TTAG contacted Hi Point’s PR peeps in late January / early February. We were up front about our plan: test the pistol to destruction. To prove (we hoped) that what the Hi-Point C9 lacked in refinement it made up for in simplicity and reliability. When asked if the pistol would be in 'sellable' condition after the tests, we politely responded in the negative. We were going to break the Hi Point and chronicle the punishment it took along the way. Hi-Point got the point and signed-up for our torture test. Then, time went by . . ." ...
 

Gun Review: Cabelas Dual 10/.22 ‘Gatling Gun’
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I like to shoot. A lot. Sometimes I like to shoot very quickly, but full-auto? Meh. I live in a state which prohibits machine guns, and I don’t have literally tens of thousands of dollars to blow on one anyway. For me as for most shooters, Class III full-auto is not and never will be a reality . . ." ...
 

Hickok45: Colt vs Smith & Wesson (video story)
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Gear Review: KCI 33 Round 9mm Glock Magazine
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Some gun owners only buy branded or name brand ammunition magazines. Who can blame them? The magazine is a mission critical component of any weapons system, and it’s the most prone-to-failure. Then again, as post-Loughner high capacity magazine defenders have pointed out, high cap mags are often used for range work, where reliability is not a life-or-death issue. In other words, I’m a cheap bastard. Lately the market has become flooded with imported magazines made by KCI in Seoul, South Korea. So when I saw that Cheaper Than Dirt had 33-round KCI mags for $14.97, twenty bucks less than the OEM 33 rounder, I figured it was an 'assault clip' match made in heaven." ...
 

Guns Again: No License, Registration or Insurance Needed
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Each of us must have a license to operate a car and a special one to operate a big truck. Doctors, lawyers, pilots, engineers, surveyors, dentists, real estate brokers and car salesmen must have licenses to ply their trades. CPAs must pass tests. Electricians must be certified. Plumbers must pass tests and get local licenses." ...

"Until this year, Wyoming had a minimally intrusive system for licensing people to carry concealed weapons ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: So since all of these other people must suffer under restrictions designed to limit competition and raise money for the gov't, gun owners should put up with unConstitutional barriers and restrictions on an explicit right which shall not be infringed?
 

Fenway Park (MA) Electronic Billboard To Chart U.S. Gun Death
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"'The new look for the 250-by-20-foot billboard along the Massachusetts Turnpike near Fenway Park will feature a digital counter displaying the number of American children and teenagers killed by guns daily,' boston.com reports. 'A figure that will increase by 8 every day, based on the statistical average, according to John Rosenthal, founder of Stop Handgun Violence, a Newton group.' One: guns don't kill people. People kill people. Two: children and teenagers includes gang bangers and other hardened criminals under the age of 21. Three: this stat also includes suicides. Four: this billboard will actually hurt the cause of gun control for one simple reason. Call it the McDonald decision . . ." ...
 

MI: What gun control?
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... Every time you turn on the news, there is a another story about someone whose life has been taken away by gun violence. This raises the question, 'What about gun control?' Or better yet, 'What gun control?'"

"Unfortunately, we live in a city where people may want to carry guns for their own safety. We have citizens who get a license to purchase a gun to makes themselves feel safe. On the other hand, there are 'thugs' who feel they need to carry guns because they feel threatened by other 'thugs.'" ...
 

TN: Second Amendment arms states' militias, not citizens
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"I think every week or so, the public should be told about the right to bear arms as covered by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution." ...

"It means that members of well-regulated state militias are allowed to keep and bear arms. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Actually, Ed, nine Supreme Court Justices disagree with you as Justice Stevens' dissent in Heller makes clear:
"The question presented by this case is not whether the Second Amendment protects a 'collective right' or an 'individual right.' Surely it protects a right that can be enforced by individuals. But a conclusion that the Second Amendment protects an individual right does not tell us anything about the scope of that right." ...
 

TTAG at the NDIA Small Arms Symposium
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Defense Industrial Association is holding their annual symposium on small arms systems this week in Indianapolis, Indiana. I’m flying out tomorrow morning to cover it. There’s going to be all sorts of interesting talks and events and a LIVE FIRE DEMONSTRATION at the nearby military base. Needless to say, there will be many pictures, much video, and salivation all around over the latest and greatest in small arms weaponry. Make the jump to see the exhibits and events I’m going to be paying close attention to…" ...
 

TN: Home invasion suspect killed by Nashville homeowner
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"A North Nashville homeowner fatally shot a man and critically wounded another after the men forced their way into the house today and attacked with a tire iron, police said." ...
 

Whew! Missing King County Sheriff’s guns not linked to ‘Gunrunner!’
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"King County Sheriff’s Department spokesman John Urquhart confirmed this morning that the agency cannot account for 113 of its firearms, but the good news is that none of the missing guns has ever showed up at a crime scene."

"Contrast that with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ Operation Fast-and-Furious. As this column has noted ... hundreds of firearms were allowed to be purchased by known or suspected gunrunners, and at least two were recovered at the scene of the murder of a Border Patrol agent." ...
 

White House 'strategy' on Project Gunrunner documented
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"A document linked to a news story about the controversial Project Gunrunner may prove to be the 'smoking gun' in the Obama administration's attempt to distance itself from the operation, according to a team of Second Amendment advocates."

"Gunowners of America President Larry Pratt says that the official U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobaco, Firearms and Explosives, or ATF, document linked on MSNBC suggests a coordinated effort between the bureau, the Department of Justice and the White House." ...
 

Congressman Ted Poe Discusses Murder of BP Agent Brian Terry, Operation Gun Runner and EPA Overreach in Exclusive Video (video story)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In an exclusive interview with TexasGOPVote, US Representative Ted Poe (R-TX 2nd CD) talks with Bob Price of US Border Watch and TexasGOPVote about a variety of topics including the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' (BATFE, ATF) bungling of Operation Gunrunner leading to the deaths of US Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agent Jamie Zapata. ..." ...
 

Making Progress on Exempting 4473’s From Blanket Government Demands Under 9/11 Bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Yesterday, we wrote to you about Senator Rand Paul’s amendment to exempt 4473’s and other gun records from the blanket information demands which the [ATF] can make under 9/11 legislation."

"An extension of three provisions of that legislation is currently pending on the Senate floor."

"Without the exemption, it is possible that BATFE could go to a secret court, and, in a one-party (ex parte) proceeding, obtain an order to produce every 4473 in the country, ostensibly because a 'terrorism investigation' requires it."

"This is unacceptable. ..." ...
 

Sen. Rand Paul Seeks Gun Exemption In So-Called Patriot Act Legislation
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Gun Owners of America worked with Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on legislation to exempt 4473’s (the form all buyers fill out when a gun is purchased from a licensed dealer) from that statute's broad provisions. Sen. Paul will offer that amendment this week, assuming Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) is not able to block the amendment from being offered." ...
 

IL: IL gun owner privacy bill goes to governor, despite senator's hurt feelings
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"Gun owners in Illinois are a governor's signature away from legal protection of their privacy, after Senate passage Friday of Illinois HB 3500. ..." ...

"... That legislative solution is, as mentioned above, HB 3500, which the Illinois House passed in a 98-12 vote, and the Senate passed Friday, by the even more overwhelming margin of 48-1. Who was the lone Senate dissenter, and what caused him to fall so far out of step with his colleagues? ..." ...
 

WI: Senate panel to vote on revamped conceal-carry bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The effort to allow people to carry concealed weapons without getting training or a permit is gaining traction in the state Senate."

"The Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on a revamped version of a bill to do that at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. It would allow people to carry concealed guns without registering with the state, but would also allow them to get optional permits that would allow them to carry weapons closer to schools." ...
 

OH: "Mentor man's guns are confiscated after he calls police for help" - More proof of need for Restoration of Rights legislation
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"While Restaurant and Car Carry Rules Fix legislation has garnered almost exclusive attention of the media and the gun ban lobby in Ohio, another piece of important pro-gun legislation has also been passed by strong, bi-partisan majorities in the Ohio House and Senate."

"HB54 and SB61, Ohio's Restoration of Rights legisation, will align Ohio law with federal statutes regarding the restoration of rights to Ohio firearms purchasers." ...
 

IL: Pike County Board sends letters of support for concealed carry measure to lawmakers around state
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"The Pike County Board is throwing its support behind a Brown County push for a concealed-carry law in Illinois."

"Board members agreed Monday to prepare a resolution and send a letter of support to the county's senators and representatives, the leadership team of both parties in the House and Senate, Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon, Gov. Pat Quinn and new Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel." ...
 

WI: An irresponsible bill
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"We favor a responsible concealed-carry law for Wisconsin - one that requires a permit, a realistic amount of training, a background check and access for law enforcement to a database of permit holders, records that should be subject to the state Open Records Law."

"Unfortunately, the state Senate is slouching toward irresponsibility." ...
 

PA: Concord supervisors to draft a new firearms ordinance
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"A month after approving an amendment to the township ordinance prohibiting the discharge of firearms within one mile of a school zone, Concord Supervisors voted unanimously to authorize drafting another revision." ...
 

IL: Illinois General Assembly votes to make gun registration information secret
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"All my fans in the gun lobby will like this one."

"The Illinois state Senate, by a vote of 42-1, has approved a bill that would make gun registration lists private under the state’s Freedom of Information Act. The state House approved the measure last month by a vote of 98-12, overriding an earlier opinion by the state’s attorney general that said the lists belong in the public domain. Gov. Pat Quinn is expected to sign the legislation, making Illinois only the third state to hide the lists from the public." ...
 

CA: Opening Brief Filed in NRA / CRPA Foundation Supported Lawsuit Challenging San Diego County’s CCW Policies
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"On May 23, 2011, the CRPA Foundation and a number of San Diego residents filed their opening brief in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in their appeal seeking to overturn a Southern District Court ruling from December 10, 2010 that upheld San Diego Sheriff William Gore’s restrictive and unfair policies in issuing permits to carry concealed firearms." ...
 

AZ: Death Squad Damage Control in Tucson
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"People seeking to defend the manifestly indefensible often sabotage themselves by disclosing critical details that undermine their argument. Mike Storie, the police union lawyer representing the SWAT operators who murdered Jose Guerena in his home on May 5, did this during his May 19 press conference in an attempt to assign all of the blame for Jose’s death on the victim and his terrorized wife." ...
 

GA: Allegations of Police Brutality in Effingham County (video available)
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"The Effingham County Sheriff's Department is not specifically commenting on some controversial video from a dashcam but the man who some witnesses say was 'sucker punched' is."

"It's a blow to Bernard Wallace's face during a traffic stop in Effingham County that's raising questions." ...
 

PA: After Altercation, Philadelphia Police Say They Won't Look the Other Way on Open-Carry Gun Owners
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"With a shocking altercation between Philadelphia police and a 25-year-old IT worker putting the spotlight back on open-carry gun laws, local authorities are warning gun owners that they will be 'inconvenienced' if they carry unconcealed handguns in the city."

"Lt. Raymond Evers, a spokesman for the city police, told FoxNews.com that gun owners who open carry, which is legal in the city, may be asked to lay on the ground until officers feel safe while they check permits." ...
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Submitter's Note: Well of course it is legal for colored people to walk the streets, they'll just be "inconvenienced" if they do.
 

NV: Metro Police pay $1 million to family of choke hold victim
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"A committee that oversees Metro Police finances this morning approved the department’s largest monetary settlement in more than two years to resolve an incident in which a man died after an officer used a 'sleeper hold' on him." ...
 

CA: Former Alameda County sheriff's deputy accused of child molestation takes plea deal
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"A former Alameda County sheriff's deputy pleaded guilty to three felony counts of child endangerment Monday in a case where he was awaiting trial on charges that he molested three children under age 10."

"San Ramon resident Michael Bareno, 43, accept a plea deal and was sentenced to one year in jail -- with credit for 199 days already served -- and five years formal probation. He is not eligible for electronic home monitoring." ...
 

CA: LA County paying $5M for drunken deputy crash
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"Taxpayers are paying nearly $5 million for a crash involving a drunken Los Angeles deputy whose sheriff's SUV slammed into a car ..." ...

"Moran pleaded no contest to misdemeanor drunken driving and was sentenced to six months in jail, most of it served in home confinement. He's still a patrol deputy."
 

NY: Saratoga County Sheriff's Deputy charged with menacing, endangering child; suspended without pay
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"A Saratoga County Sheriff’s Deputy was arrested in Washington County and charged with menacing and endangering the welfare of a child." ...
 

Canada: Dispute between Quebec police officers leaves 1 dead
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"A domestic dispute on Montreal's South Shore may have been at the root of a shooting involving two provincial police officers that left one dead and the other wounded." ...
 

UK: 'Tiger' sparks major police alert
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"POLICE are today trying to trace the owner of a toy life-size tiger which sparked a major operation involving armed officers and a force helicopter."

"The alert was raised by several members of the public yesterday afternoon when they spotted what they believed to be a live white tiger in a field near Hedge End, Southampton, Hampshire."

"The police helicopter was scrambled and a golf course cleared after police arrived at the scene and confirmed the sighting." ...
 

IL: Richard Daley – Chicago’s Emperor Nero retires
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"Richard Daley's request for armed bodyguards to protect him after he leaves office shows that his career as Chicago Mayor is ending, but his legacy of hypocrisy will live on. After years of disarming all civilians, Daley's tune is now changing, and he is making sure that someone carrying a gun is in place to defend him when he no longer holds his throne." ...
 

OH: Guns and alcohol don't mix, but guns and self-defense do
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"I'm familiar with the awful consequences that can result when guns, booze, and testosterone intersect. I lost a close friend several years ago in a Dayton-area nightclub shooting." ...

"But here's my problem: I'm starting to believe that legislation recently passed in the Ohio House and Senate that allows concealed carry in places that serve alcohol is a public safety measure that could grow in importance as Ohio's cities become less well-policed." ...
 

UT: Lesson for principal: Don’t pack gun in your carry-on
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"Delta High School Principal Dean Fowles was arrested and booked into the Salt Lake County jail in February for attempting to take a handgun through security at Salt Lake City International Airport. He has pleaded not guilty to the charge and has a court date June 10 at the Salt Lake City Justice Court." ...
 

Dad who split up fight in McDonald's shot dead...in "no-guns" Great Britain
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"The Mirror, a British newspaper, recently reported that a father-of-four who split up a fight in a London McDonald's was shot dead moments later." ...
 

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