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Is the Second Amendment check against tyranny obsolete?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Based on all the idiot edicts they’re trying to pass, the government fears an armed populace. That means the Second Amendment is doing its job as a deterrent, and things can be resolved peaceably, without it having to become a remedy. It’s when they no longer fear an armed citizenry that things will get really dangerous and more likely to heat up." ...
 

Ronnie Barrett Responds To Felipe Calderon (video story)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Cam Edwards interviewed Ronnie Barrett, NRA Board Member and head of Barrett Firearms, on the claims by Mexican President Felipe Calderon that the American gun industry is responsible for thousands of deaths in Mexico."
 

Bob Morrison Of Taurus Responds To Felipe Calderon (video story)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Bob Morrison, like Ronnie Barrett, is none too thrilled by comments of Mexican President Felipe Calderon concerning the U.S. firearms industry. He was interviewed by Cam Edwards of NRA News about Calderon's comments."
 

Fathers and sons, and why we remember
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"My father passed away so many years ago that he seems like a distant memory of a stranger, yet I see him in the eyes of my younger son, who bears a striking resemblance to my dad when he was a young man, photographed somewhere in Eastern Washington holding a bolt-action .22-caliber rifle that occupies a place of honor today in my modest little gun locker." ...
 

Gun Review: Smith & Wesson M&P45c
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Virginia may be for lovers, but it’s not for full-size handguns. At least not in summer. By June, the temperature in Old Dominion starts knocking on 100F. The humidity is so thick you need a machete, never mind a pistol. No matter what holster I’ve tried, carrying my full-size Springfield XD(m) .45 in the Virginia summer proved only slightly more comfortable than wearing a hair shirt. So when my local fun shop announced a sale on Smith & Wessons that put their M&P45c (Compact) within my play budget, I took the plunge . . ." ...
 

Shotgun-Based Hostage Rescue for Dummies
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In yesterday’s Question of the Day, our Fearless Leader posted the links to Birchwood Casey hostage targets and an American Rifleman article on how to take the 'hostage shot' with a shotgun. The post generated quite a few responses. I’ve got this one wired, especially if the hostage situation ever takes place inside my house and involves somebody I love as the hostage. I made my decision about what I’m willing to do after long and careful deliberation, after I discovered my abilities and limitations firing a shotgun at close range . . ." ...
 

Praxis: Oleg Volk on Anderson Manufacturing's RF-85 finish & its application to the base-of-fire support role in an AR. (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "My interest in posting this here is not so much to advertise for Anderson but to get folks thinking about a base-of-fire semi-auto weapon, whether it be AR, drum fed Kalashnikov, Simonov or whatever."
 

Giffords, Guns and Glocks
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"On Wednesday, June 15th United States Representative Gabrielle Giffords was released from a Houston rehabilitation hospital five months after she had been shot in the head while hosting a local town hall gathering ... We owe Representative Giffords a brief reflection on the events and related issues that have led up to her current situation as we wish her well in her continued recovery."

"... This massacre ended only when Loughner stopped to reload and bystanders wrestled him to the ground. If he had used a standard magazine and was forced to reload earlier, some of his victims might have been spared." ...
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Submitter's Note: Or, if he had used standard magazines he might have practiced reloading, like this guy. Or this guy. Or this guy. Or this guy. Or this guy. As any reporter worth their salt would have been able to find.
 

FL: Lawsuit should find mark
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Your children's pediatrician isn't going to slam you against the wall, frisk you and confiscate your pistol. She might, however, want to ask whether you keep your pistol where your toddler can get his hands on it and accidentally kill himself, his siblings or you."

"The difference between those two scenarios isn't hard to spot, unless you are a member of the Florida Legislature. In one of its most blatant acts of pandering to the National Rifle Association - and that's saying something - the Legislature passed, and Gov. Scott signed, legislation that equates asking about guns with taking away guns." ...
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Submitter's Note: We don't worry about doctors taking our guns, we worry about their armed government proxies doing so,
 

FL: First Amendment right to ask patients about guns?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Some patients might not like it if their doctor asks them whether they own a gun and are storing the weapon and ammunition safely. But that doctor has no authority or ability to confiscate the patient’s gun."

"So the threat to gun owners’ Second Amendment rights that the Florida Legislature cited when it passed a law to prevent doctors from talking to their patients about guns is bogus."

"And any potential irritation by the few is outweighed by the benefit to gun owners – and their children, family members and neighbors – who are saved from harm by a timely reminder from the family doctor or pediatrician." ...
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Submitter's Note: These "timely reminders" about gun safety should go to all patients, not just those who own guns.
 

MT: Montana fugitive part of new anti-government strain
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"Fugitive and former Montana militia leader David Burgert is one of a new breed of anti-government activists who display particular hatred of law enforcement, police and militia experts say." ...

"Police believe Burgert is hiding somewhere in the mountains near the Montana-Idaho border ... the remote region [which] has proven fertile ground for extremist groups including the Militia of Montana, the neo-Nazi Aryan Nations and many others." ...

"A former Marine who has been diagnosed as mentally ill, Burgert is the latest in a growing number of anti-government activists ..." ...
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KABA Note: And the conflation continues . . . if you dare question the idea that all from the gov't are wise and good you are a mentally ill neo-Nazi Aryan Nations racist.
 

New Jersey and New York Ranked as Worst States for "Individual Freedoms"
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"Live free or die? New Hampshire may be on to something, according to researchers at George Mason University's Mercatus Center."

"They used a variety of statistics to rank the 50 states for their just-published report on which states are the freest -- and least free -- from taxes and government regulation."

"Their horserace has ranked New York as the 'least free state in the Union' followed by neighboring New Jersey. New Hampshire and South Dakota were in a virtual tie for most 'free' state." ...
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SUBMITTER'S NOTE: See the original study results at:
http://mercatus.org/freedom-50-states-2011/NH
 

OH: Fatal shooting ruled self-defense
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... "According to Dayton police, Ricky Sanders, 41, came to the Upper Deck Apartments, 17 N. Decker Ave., around 11:30 a.m. to confront Anthony about the alleged rape of Sanders’ 14-year-old daughter. When Anthony answered the door of his second-floor apartment, he saw an armed stranger, slammed the door and armed himself. Police said Sanders kicked opened the door, took a step or two into the apartment and was shot by Anthony. Sanders stumbled down the stairs and out the building, collapsing in an alley. He died later that afternoon at Miami Valley Hospital." ...
 

AL: Burglary suspect in good condition
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"A Tuscumbia man remains in Huntsville Hospital recovering from injuries he sustained after he was shot by a homeowner after a break-in, officials said." ...

"Logan said Johnson was shot once in the back with a .410-gauge shotgun. He was found in the yard about 25 feet from the house." ...
 

OR: No charges in killing of would-be burglar
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"The Coos County district attorney has determined the April 7 killing of a man who was attempting to burglarize a residence on the 63200 block of Shinglehouse Slough Road was a justifiable homicide." ...

"The woman called 911, while the man armed himself with his .22 caliber rifle. He told Saunders he was armed and that he was calling the police, then fired two warning shots."

"'Mr. Saunders then literally dove through the door into the living room,' [District Attorney] Frasier said in a press release."

"So the occupant shot Saunders in the chest, killing him." ...
 

 

Two AK-47s Used to Murder Mexican Lawyer Were 'Fast and Furious' Guns From U.S., Sources Say
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Two guns sold to a Mexican cartel and used in the high-profile kidnapping and murder of a Mexican lawyer last year were purchased under the U.S. Justice Department's failed anti-gun trafficking program Operation Fast and Furious, sources tell Fox News."

"U.S. law enforcement sources and officials in Washington told Fox News that two AK-47s were purchased in Arizona by a straw buyer — someone who legally buys guns, then illegal sells them to a third party – and were allowed to 'walk' into Mexico. Police recovered the guns in the course of their investigation of the kidnapping of Mario Gonzalez Rodriguez." ...
 

The arming of Mexican drug cartels: who's responsible?
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"It was nearing midnight on Dec. 14 and Agent Brian Terry was wrapping up his final shift before vacation. Soon, he would be headed home to Michigan to spend Christmas with his family."

"His gifts were already wrapped and in the mail."

"Agent Terry would follow, but in a casket. ..."

"There is much to turn your stomach in the way that Agent Terry died. ... That our guys were initially firing bean bags while the bad guys were shooting assault weapons."

"And then, the real stunner. Two AK-47s dropped by the bandits as they fled had been purchased at a Glendale gun store – two of three AK-47s that the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives was supposed to be tracking. ..." ...
 

Out of control much, ATF?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Congressional hearings into the actions of the ATF concerning Operation Fast and Furious (otherwise known as Project Gunwalker) began on Wednesday, June 15, and they are already bringing revelations that the ATF is out of control… again."

"Peter Forcelli, the group supervisor with ATF’s Phoenix field division testified Wednesday, and revealed some interesting eye-opening details. Amazingly, it appears the gun Jared Loughner used to shoot U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson could have easily been one that the ATF allowed to 'walk', and they were genuinely worried that the firearm Loughner used in January was an ATF 'Gunwalker' gun." ...
 

Time to Close Down the ATF
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"This week, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) beamed a spotlight on the criminal behavior of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, commonly referred to as the ATF. At Wednesday’s hearing, Issa took on Assistant Attorney General Ronald Weich by asking him: 'Who authorized this program that was so felony stupid it got people killed.'" ...
 

Issa: ‘Administration should be ashamed’ of Fast and Furious
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"In a powerful late afternoon interview Thursday with NRA News, Congressman Darrell Issa said the Obama administration should be ashamed of how the Justice Department and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives conducted, and then evaded answering for, a botched gun sting operation that has put thousands of guns into the hands of Mexican drug cartel criminals." ...
 

WSJ: The Gunwalker Man headed for the door. Traver to replace him. More fun with hearings ahead. If Melson goes, Melson will roll.
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"'Head of ATF Is Likely to Go.'"

"Me and my minions (grin) worked on this rumor all day today, and all we could confirm was that there were rumors from various sources saying the same thing BUT NO CONFIRMATION. We have learned to be careful about disinformation so we sat on the rumors until something else popped up. Here it is in a Wall Street Journal story by Evan Perez and Devlin Barrett:" ...

"Then there's the question of what this means for Melson. Is he really ready to roll? Does the White House actually think they can hold the disintegrating dam by throwing The Gunwalker Man under the bus? Is there a promised Presidential Pardon if he accepts responsibility? Will he trade a potential jail sentence for a whispered promise? ..." ...
 

Tip of the 'Gunwalker' iceberg? Are there MORE 'Operations Fast and Furious'?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"During Wednesday's House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing exploring the tragic, utterly unforgivable tragedies of 'Project Gunwalker,' it would have been easy to miss one short statement from one of the witnesses. This would be a mistake, because what Special Agent John Dodson of the [ATF] said in that one sentence could have some pretty dramatic implications. Dodson, readers will remember, was the first brave whistleblower to publicly come forward with the sordid details of 'Project Gunwalker.'"

"As a witness at Wednesday's hearing, Dodson was asked by Congressman James Lankford (R-OK) to estimate the number of firearms 'lost' in the operation (video also available in the sidebar):" ...
 

MS: District 39 State Representative Jeff Smith Garners NRA Endorsement (second item)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The area’s newest Republican state representative has won endorsement from the coveted National Rifle Association. Jeff Smith was informed by a letter from the NRA of the endorsement this week. The endorsement letter reads as follows:" ...
 

Senator Digs Into Past of Former U.S. Attorney in D.C.
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The nomination of Wilma Lewis for a federal judgeship is giving one Republican senator a chance to revisit Lewis' tenure as U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia." ...

"Some of the flashpoints of her tenure came up recently in written questions sent to her by Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) ... Grassley is not opposing Lewis’ nomination, but he did find plenty to ask about." ...

"In another question, Grassley asked whether some of the handgun prosecutions brought during Lewis’ tenure would be constitutional today, given recent Supreme Court rulings on the Second Amendment. Lewis wrote that she couldn’t answer without a careful analysis, but that she would follow Supreme Court precedent if confirmed." ...
 

CA: Planning Commission OKs shooting center
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"It was hard to tell which side had more supporters during a two-and-half hour hearing on a proposed shooting center outside Valley Springs. Applause came frequently after each side made a point, with neighbors worried about noise and supporters touting sound mitigation techniques and the business and community value of the center."

"In a 4-1 vote, the Calaveras County Planning Commission ultimately decided that shooting centers were allowable on industrial properties." ...
 

OH: SB17 will allow CHL-holder to obtain expungement of prior conviction of improper firearm handling in motor vehicle
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"More than two months after it was amended into Senate Bill 17, The Columbus Dispatch is finally reporting on an amendment contained in the legislation which will allow people who were convicted of improperly transporting a firearm under the current law to receive relief if they would have been in compliance under the law as amended in SB17." ...
 

WV: Federal Court denies City of Martinsburg's Motion to Dismiss WVCDL's challenge to city building carry ban
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"Earlier today, Chief Judge John P. Bailey of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia entered an order denying the City of Martinsburg's motion to dismiss WVCDL's lawsuit challenging the constitutionality and statutory validity of Martinsburg's city building gun ban ordinance." ...
 

CA: California Department of Justice Gun Grabbers Grab Guns
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"Yesterday, California Attorney General Kamala Harris [above] announced that a six-week statewide sweep by 99 luftballons—sorry, Department of Justice agents yielded 1,209 firearms and 155,731 rounds of ammunition. According to the Golden State’s top cop, all of the guns were confiscated from people who shouldn’t own guns, including citizens deemed mentally unstable and people with active restraining orders. And what of criminals, you ask?"

"Well, Harris mentions them in her prepared statement . . ." ...
 

MO: Former police officer sentenced for manslaughter
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"A former officer with the Overland Police Department will spend the next three years in prison for manslaughter."

"Andrew Ringeisen was sentenced Friday morning. He pleaded guilty earlier this year to pushing 49-year-old Kenneth Hamilton down a staircase in March 2010." ...
 

CA: Man awarded $580k in case against LA deputy
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"A Palmdale apartment manager who said he was beaten by a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy has been awarded more than $580,000 in damages."

"Attorney Bradley Gage said Friday that his client Noel Bender was awarded $575,000 in compensatory damages. A Los Angeles jury also awarded $6,000 in punitive damages against Deputy Scott Sorrow." ...
 

CA: Former cop receives probation for naked swim
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"A former Cathedral City police officer who stripped off his uniform and jumped into a pool with several women was placed on three years probation today."

"John Fox Jr., 38, pleaded guilty in April to a misdemeanor lewd conduct charge. The plea agreement allowed Fox to avoid facing more serious charges ..."

"In addition to the three years probation, Fox was ordered by Superior Court Judge William S. Lebov to pay about $550 in fines and court fees. ..."

"Fox had been charged with felony counts of attempted penetration by a foreign object, assault by a police officer and indecent exposure as well as a misdemeanor count of sexual battery." ...
 

PA: Chief in Annville is facing charges
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"A longtime Warwick Township police officer who is now the chief of a small Lebanon County department has been charged with falsifying overtime records, resulting in nearly $39,000 in erroneous reimbursements to his municipality."

"Michael T. Burdge Sr., 43, of Lebanon, told investigators that he filled out bogus overtime claims for his officers in 2008 and 2009 so he could hire additional police and buy equipment for the Annville Township Police Department." ...
 

MD: Montgomery County Changes Stance On Lemonade Stand; $500 Fine Waived
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"UPDATE: Montgomery county officials have allowed the children to reopen their lemonade stand, by relocating it about 100-feet away from the intersection where it was set up Thursday."

"The county permits director Jennifer Harris says the neighborhood children, who are raising money to fight pediatric cancer, needed to move their stand from the "main strip," to a more private, safer area. The $500 fine was also waived."...
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Editor's Note: That's mighty white of you Jennifer.
 

CA: Charge dropped for gun-toting San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy
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"Prosecutors Thursday dismissed a felony charge against a San Bernardino County sheriff's deputy who was accused of bringing his duty weapon into the Indio courthouse while he was facing assault charges." ...

"[The assault c]harges were dismissed by the Riverside County District Attorney's Office because prosecutors felt that the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department could more appropriately punish Heverly than the criminal justice system." ...
 

PA: Bellevue family sues FBI over 'terrifying' raid
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"The lasting impact of the raid on Gary Adams' home became clear in a comment from his 3-year-old granddaughter during a recent trip to the pharmacy."

"'She said, 'Granddad. Police. Hide,' Adams, 57, of Bellevue recalled Wednesday while discussing the federal lawsuit he filed against the officers who burst into his home March 3." ...
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SUBMITTER'S COMMENT: Keystone Kops.
 

PA: YDR editorial on castle doctrine unfair
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I have always had a great deal of respect for the editorial capability of newspapers to comment on the issues of the day, and I fully support the right of an individual newspaper to disagree with a position I happen to have. However, I must take issue with the York Daily Record editorial of June 12 titled 'Anti-government rhetoric alarming.'" ...

"The reference to the right of the citizenry to protect themselves 'from an overbearing government that does not do the will of the people' does not come from anti-government radicalism, but is extrapolated from what one of the founding fathers of this nation, Thomas Jefferson, said in defense of the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution ..." ...
 

WI: Lamont column ignored concealed-carry facts
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"In his column in the June 5 edition of the Wausau Daily Herald, Dr. Jeffery Lamont chose to ignore many of the basic facts surrounding not only the concealed carry legislation currently being considered by Wisconsin lawmakers, but also Gabrielle Giffords' shooting in Arizona."

"Let's begin with the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. I'm sure this is a fine group, well-versed in all manner of medical knowledge. But for Dr. Lamont to go on record for the entire chapter with a claim that concealed carry doesn't deter crime shows the doctor's research skills are sadly lacking. ..." ...
 

OH: Buckeye Firearms Chair Jim Irvine to Speak at the "We the People Convention​" in Columbus
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"Buckeye Firearms Chairman, Jim Irvine, will be conducting a breakout session entitled 'How to Run an Effective Volunteer Political Action Committee' at the first annual 'We The People Convention', which runs from July 1st to July 2nd at the Columbus Convention Center."

"Mr. Irvine is scheduled to speak first thing Saturday morning, July 2nd, at 8AM. His speech will cover many of the experiences of Buckeye Firearms Association over the last several years in working to restore the Second Amendment rights of Ohio citizens ..." ...
 

NJ: Jersey City weapons-buyback initiative set to begin Father's Day
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"Jersey City is planning to initiate its first weapons-buyback program since 2005 this Sunday, with city ministers reaching out to their congregations on Father's Day for donations to help fund the program." ...
 

NC: City planning board cites vision in denying gun shop business downtown
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"Gastonia leaders have grand visions of restoring the central business district and giving it a new, vibrant image."

"On Tuesday, City Council members will consider whether allowing a gun and ammunition store there might shoot holes in their other downtown goals." ...
 

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