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Outdoorsmen back Bush
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"A National Wildlife Federation poll of Wisconsin's hunters and fishermen shows the solid majority are Republicans who voted for George Bush in the last election."

"Results of the nationwide poll conducted by Bellwether Research & Consulting that were released Wednesday show while sportsmen are opposed to some of Bush's conservation policies, 68 percent voted for Bush in 2000 and 66 percent identified themselves as conservatives this time around."

"In Wisconsin, 72 percent of the sportsmen surveyed said there are 'very' or 'somewhat' conservative, while only 19 percent said they're liberal."

"That may come as bad news to Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, a liberal Democrat, and his running mate, John Edwards."
 

Gun maker reports 27 percent increase in handgun sales
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"The parent company of Smith & Wesson reported a 27 percent increase in handgun sales over the past year, but said Thursday that charges sent profits skidding."

"Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. reported profits of $1.4 million, or 4 cents per diluted share for the fiscal year that ended April 30, compared to profits of $15.7 million, or 44 cents per diluted share, in fiscal 2003. However, the company said its 2003 profit was buoyed by a one-time tax benefit of $12.4 million."
 

Howard Nemerov: Gun Control: The Brady Campaign, White Lies, and Damn Lies
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"The Brady Campaign believes that as long as civilians don’t own guns, it is an acceptable price to have more people raped, robbed, and assaulted. ...Enter Sarah Brady, member of the Washington elite by virtue of her husband, who was press secretary to President Reagan." ...

"So I ask you: Does the Brady Campaign represent American ideals? Does it support our Constitutional and civil rights? Does it offer us the whole truth and trust us, as reasoning individuals, to make decisions that are best for our families?"

"No, no, and no!"
 

A Glorious Sunset
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"So, a pointless ban, and a wedge in on banning certain weapons for completely arbitrary reasons, is marked for death—thanks to the wonders of sunsetting. It's a potentially marvelous procedural weapon, one that is theoretically neutral in effect but holds forth an increased possibility of keeping momentary panics of a political season gone by from burdening the Republic for time immemorial. As Friedrich A. Hayek (and, uh, me, in this June 1996 Reason editorial) recognized, sometimes seemingly neutral and on-their-face contentless changes in rules can be powerfully effective in creating a more efficient and proper order of government—in this case, holding out hope for more curbs on power, and lessening the grip of the dead, and often hysterical, hand of the past on the present."
 

CDF Calls on Bush to Keep His Promise to Renew Ban on Assault Weapons (JTO)
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"Washington, DC - With only two months left, the Children's Defense Fund (CDF) today (July 12th) urged the Bush Administration and Congress not to let the 10-year-old federal Assault Weapons Ban expire on September 13, 2004. In spite of broad and bipartisan support for its extension, a leadership vacuum has brought our country to the brink of allowing assault weapons again to be sold and used throughout America."
 

Sentencing Guidelines Struck Down by 6th Circuit (Blog)
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"Huge news out of the 6th Circuit Court. The 6th has ruled that Federal sentencing guidelines are un-Constitutional. Very interesting ruling that I agree with ..." ...

"All of this stems from last month's Supreme Court ruling in Blakely v. Washington. ..."

"Something that I found interesting about this entire case was the fact that this puts the Federal Sentencing Commission in peril. Why? ..."

"Traditionally, defining crimes and deciding on sentencing ranges has been within Congress's sole purview. But the Sentencing Guidelines changed all that. They were created not by Congress, but by the U.S. Sentencing Commission (although Congress reserves the right to veto any actions of the Commission)."

"In constitutional law, the non-delegation doctrine holds that Congress cannot give too much of its power away. Some thought that with the Sentencing Commission, it had done just that. But in Mistretta v. United States, the Supreme Court, by a vote of 8-1, held otherwise, and allowed the U.S. Sentencing Commission to stand."

"The lone dissenter in Mistretta was Justice Scalia - who accused the Commission of being "a sort of junior-varsity Congress." Now, ironically, by writing the Blakely opinion, Scalia may have dealt the Commission its final blow, wiping out this j.v. team."

"Because every sentencing factor now identified by the Commission has become an element of an aggravated offense, the Guidelines spell out actual elements of crimes, something only Congress has the authority to do." ...

"On another note, the 6th's ruling should help out Mark Lancaster as the government is attempting to appeal the judge's decision to downward depart from the sentencing guidelines giving him less time."
 

Stifling Dissent
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"A husband and wife who wore anti-Bush T-shirts to the president’s Fourth of July appearance aren’t going down without a fight: They will be represented by lawyers from the American Civil Liberties Union as they contest the trespassing charges against them Thursday morning in Charleston Municipal Court."

"Police took Nicole and Jeff Rank away in handcuffs from the event, which was billed as a presidential appearance, not a campaign rally. They were wearing T-shirts that read, 'Love America, Hate Bush.' "

"Spectators who wore pro-Bush T-shirts and Bush-Cheney campaign buttons were allowed to stay..."
 

LA: Grand Isle police officer indicted on murder charges
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"A former sergeant with the Grand Isle Police Department was indicted on murder charges today in connection with a June 2003 shooting."

"State Attorney General Charles Foti says a Jefferson Parish grand jury indicted 33-year-old Keeland Cheramie on charges of second-degree murder for his role in a shooting that killed 23-year-old Brett Lemoine during a traffic stop on June second, 2003."

"Cheramie claimed the shooting was in self-defense, while Lemoine's family, who had a history of disputes with Grand Isle officials, said the shooting was unjustified."

"The attorney general's investigation showed that Cheramie observed Lemoine speeding and followed him, eventually firing nine shots at Lemoine's truck, hitting him and killing him." ...
 

TX: Bar clears prosecutor of misconduct, plans to file against judge
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"A Taylor County judge will face ethical misconduct charges stemming from accusations that as a prosecutor he withheld evidence in a murder case that ended in a mistrial last year."

"While the State Bar of Texas decided to file a disciplinary petition against Taylor County Court-at-Law Judge Robert Harper, it decided not to file such charges against Taylor County District Attorney James Eidson."

"'We reviewed the evidence that we believed could be established, and based on that review, we did not believe we could establish professional misconduct on the part of Mr. Eidson,' State Bar chief disciplinary counsel Dawn Miller said in the Thursday online edition of the Abilene Reporter-News." ...
 

MA: Massachusetts Governor Signs Law Allowing Police to Use Stun Guns
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"Police in Massachusetts now have the option of using stun guns against suspects, under legislation signed into law Thursday by Gov. Mitt Romney." ...

"Supporters of stun guns say they provide police with a non-lethal alternative for subduing a threatening suspect. Backers pointed to two recent fatal shootings of suspects by police in Boston that supporters say might have been avoided if stun guns were available."

"Critics say that because the guns don't leave physical injuries, police may be tempted to abuse them."
 

CA: Car Seizures Help Halt Crime
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"The illegal competitions quickly became a deadly game and after four people died in a matter of weeks the Los Angeles Police Department brought the racing to a screeching halt by confiscating the vehicles involved." ...

"The success of the program has prompted police to try seizing other offenders' cars for drug dealing, soliciting prostitutes, illegal dumping and possibly soon, drunk driving."

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Ah yes. Police state for sure.
 

MN: Minnesota Radical, Activist Judge Finley Goes After Gun Control
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"You would think he had something better to do, like run after the criminals, but Judge John T. Finley, and his side kick Sen. Ann Rest are heavy on the road to take away the right to carry guns in Minnesota, if they have it their way. Not that it has caused any trouble; to the contrary, all data shows - if anything - it has enhanced the safety of Minnesota citizens... Oh I know, they point to the legislature and say they connected this to another law, but so was the abortion law attached, in a similar manner, and they are not chasing that duck (so it all has nothing to do with the legislature). No, no, it is Finley's desire to tell the Minnesota his version of the law, to force feed us, and makes us eat it and like it. ..."
 

OH: Concealed weapons law passes first test
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"The state's three-month-old concealed weapons law passed its first test on Wednesday when a unanimous Ohio Supreme Court threw out a lawsuit that claimed county sheriffs do not have the resources to conduct thorough background checks of permit applicants."

"The court, without comment, dismissed the lawsuit filed by the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence, which promised to keep fighting the law." ...

"The law, which bars people who have been institutionalized against their will from obtaining permits, does not provide adequate resources for checking the records of applicants who have a history of mental illness, the coalition said."
 

TX: Apartment Guards Face Murder Charges After Shooting
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"Two apartment security officers were arrested Thursday following a Wednesday night shooting at the Arbor Court Apartments near Forest Lane and Interstate 635 in Dallas." ...

"At least on security officer reportedly was making rounds throughout the complex when he spotted two men attempting to steal his golf cart. The officer shot one of the men, who later died at an area hospital." ...

" 'There are no indications, according to the police report, that the individuals who were shot at had any type of weapons,' said Senior Cpl. Chris Gilliam, of the Dallas police."
 

OK: Business owner overtakes armed robber with hammer
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"A 68-year-old Ardmore business owner armed with a claw hammer overpowered an armed robber forcing him to drop both the stolen cash and his pistol a little before 7 p.m. Tuesday. Ardmore police officers arrested the suspect, Christopher Ray Smith, 22, shortly afterwards. Although the store owner didn't know it at the time, Smith's weapon was a BB gun."
 

Trinidad & Tobago: Judge frees murder accused, slams attitude of Director of Public Prosecutions’ office
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"THE department of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) came in for some heavy tongue-lashing yesterday from High Court judge Justice Paula Mae Weekes. She slammed the DPP for what she called, 'going to the bitter end in the prosecution of some matters' when the evidence suggested they do otherwise. ... Weekes said, 'There seems to be a trend in the court these days that the State will go to the bitter end in the prosecution of some matters. Perhaps, if more careful study is given to the State’s briefs, that might not be so. This court is loath to think that the State, is engaged in a 'passing the buck' exercise so that the court will dispose of matters.'" ...

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Persecute 'em all and let the judge sort it out?
 

UK: Teenager shot at by chasing gang
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"Police said one of the gang fired a shot from a handgun at the teenager as he fled along Lance Way."

"Another shot was fired at a reinforced glass door after the youth took refuge in the communal area of a nearby block of flats."

"On Thursday detectives appealed for information about the attack which took place at about 0520 BST on Sunday."

"The teenager was not hit by any of the bullets."
 

CA: Police consider purchasing Tasers
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"The Palo Alto Police Department is considering purchasing tasers in an effort to reduce injuries to officers and suspects, Police Chief Lynne Johnson reported this week." ...

"They would 'probably' not be used on pregnant women, but are believed to be safe with people with pacemakers and heart conditions, she added."

"Johnson hopes to purchase the tasers for all patrol officers this year. At $700 to $800 each, the purchase would cost the department more than $80,000 total, she said. She was hoping to not take the money from the city's funds, but rather from grants or other 'alternative funding sources.' "
 

NY: Protect Yourself from Attack
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"A 24 year old woman confronted by a man with a gun right across the street from her home on South Allen Street -- a situation so frightening it's tough to imagine yourself in her place."

"'Anyone would be frightened and traumatized, and to try to think clearly and think about what you need to do -- it's difficult,' said Albany Public Safety Spokesman Det. James Miller."

"But police say what you need to do is make as much noise as possible to draw attention to yourself. Though you don't want to risk being shot -- you're better off at least trying to get away." ...

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You're better off trying to get away from New York, where criminals are armed, their prey defenseless and those who have the temerity to resist with the safest, most effective tool available are likely to be prosecuted themselves.
 

NJ: Police set new rules aimed at making shooting range safer
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"Borough police say they've taken the corrective steps to ensure that their firing range is not a safety threat after a Huff Avenue resident called for the facility to be shut down."

"During the June 28 Borough Council meeting, resident Basil Kulick called the disposal of ammunition at the facility careless. He said he had recently been shown a live .45-caliber bullet neighborhood kids picked up after gaining access to the range through a broken section of the chain-link fence around the property at the end of Lincoln Avenue in the Lost Valley."

"Mr. Kulick also complained about late-night target practice at the range, including shots heard after 10:30 p.m."
 

Australia: Sporting shooters say mental health issues ignored in gun debate
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"The Sporting Shooters Association of Australia Inc. (SSAA) said today that recent calls by the NSW Greens and the Coalition for Gun Control for an overhaul of the state's gun laws in the wake of the recent murder-suicide in Gresford in the Hunter Valley, was grossly opportunistic and ignored the real mental heath issues underpinning suicide." ...

" 'Unfortunately, these types of incidents encourage certain groups out of the woodwork,' he said."

"These groups then attempt to hitch their particular agenda to the tragedy and in doing so they divert attention away from the real issue, which in this case is mental health."
 

OH: NRA sponsors women's shooting program
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"The National Rifle Association's Women On Target program is sponsoring a series of instructional shooting clinics, for women only, at the Camp Perry Shooting Club, located on Niagara Road just outside the main gate. Clinic dates are Friday, July 28 and Aug. 4. Check-in will be at 5:45 p.m. and the clinic will begin at 7 p.m."

"These clinics are free and all equipment will be provided, including firearms, ammunition and eye/ear protection. The clinics will feature training in the safe handling of shotguns to help participants learn the fundamentals of shooting."
 

KS: City law defining paintball guns as 'firearms' causes trouble for developer
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"Todd Rozof wants to add a paintball park to his golf training center."

"But city ordinances, which lump paintball guns in with their more lethal cousins, could stand in his way."

"Rozof went before the City Council Tuesday trying to work out a compromise, saying he doesn't want to invest the $25,000 to $30,000 it would take to develop the paintball park if city officials could then close him down for violating firearms restrictions."

"Paintball guns use pressurized carbon dioxide to fire small balls of brightly colored gelatin, which splatter harmlessly when they hit the target. Players stage mock battles where these splatters mark a 'kill' if they hit someone."
 

Brazil: Brazil in cash for guns amnesty
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"The Brazilian government is offering to buy guns from its citizens as part of an initiative to reduce violent crime."

"Payments will range from $33 for a pistol to $100 for an assault rifle."

"Anyone can hand in a weapon before the end of the year without fear of being questioned or charged with illegal possession."

"According to the United Nations, Brazil has the world's fourth-highest murder rate, with 40,000 gun-related murders last year."

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Proof positive that stupidity among would-be tyrants is a contagious trend.
 

Uganda: Government to train arms owners
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"Internal affairs state minister Kezimbira Miyingo has said individuals intending to acquire firearms will undergo scrutiny and training to check illegal arms’ distribution."

"The Government will train and register all those intending to legally acquire guns and will follow them up on how to use them."

" 'However, it is not a guarantee that one will get a gun even though they have trained,' he said.
Miyingo said this recently at the small arms week of action workshop in Kampala."

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Some freedom. Jump through government hoops. Get treated like a potential criminal. And you have no guarantee that you will receive "permission" to purchase your tool of self defense.
 

MO: McCaskill: Holden twisting her position on concealed guns
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"Gubernatorial challenger Claire McCaskill on Thursday accused Gov. Bob Holden of twisting the truth in a new campaign ad that implies McCaskill changed her position on concealed guns after receiving contributions from brewery giant Anheuser-Busch Cos. Inc."

"Holden and McCaskill both have opposed measures allowing Missourians to carry concealed guns. But Holden's ad implies otherwise."
 

PA: Pittsburgh Police Partner with Feds to Target Gun Crime (JTO)
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Pittsburgh is among the 15 cities nationwide chosen for the Violent Crime Impact Team Initiative, a new nationwide effort to curb gun crimes, and has begun working with federal agents and prosecutors to target three areas plagued with drugs and guns, the Associated Press reported July 12.

Officials with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police said efforts would be concentrated in the Hill District, Homewood, and the North Side. Police data shows that the areas have high rates of gun crimes connected to drug trafficking.

The Pittsburgh effort will target individuals who are already on probation or parole and have been involved in gun violence.

The Violent Crime Impact Team Initiative is part of the Project Safe Neighborhood program.
 

MI: Mich. Introduces Zero-Tolerance Gun Policy for Ex-Inmates (JTO)
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"Under a new policy introduced by Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, parolees caught with guns or found hanging around people with guns will automatically be sent back to prison, the Detroit Free Press reported July 14."

"Granholm said the new parole guidelines are necessary to reduce gun violence. 'If we find a parolee possessing a gun or associating with people who carry guns, we're sending them back to prison, either for five years or for the remainder of their sentences,' said Liz Boyd, spokesperson for Granholm."

"Boyd said the policy would also apply to ex-inmates on probation for crimes through local courts."
 

Australia: Charges on police 'leaks'
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"A former Victorian detective will appear in court today to face serious police corruption charges." ...

"The force's ethical standards department has been probing claims that Johnston leaked sensitive information to the underworld. The charges are believed to relate to the alleged inappropriate use of the police Law Enforcement Assistance Program database."

"But Victoria Police deputy media director Kevin Loomes said yesterday the charges did not relate to the leak of a highly confidential internal document in the weeks before police informer Terence Hodson and his wife Christine were shot dead in May."

"'The disposal of information relates to other matters,' he said."

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So they still haven't caught the cop who 'leaked' an informer's identity to the underworld, causing his death. Coincidentally, it was shortly before this informer was to testify on police corruption.
 

Australia: Man appeals over police firearms ban
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"A GUN enthusiast talked of shooting his managers before 'opening fire' on workmates in the staff canteen, a committee heard yesterday."

"The Melbourne Coles Myer worker also allegedly confided to a colleague he had booby-trapped boxes with razor blades because he hated his job and the bosses."

"Police seized forklift driver Jih-Chin Yu's five firearms when they visited his Altona Meadows home last October after the colleague reported her concerns."

"Two months later the chief commissioner's office cancelled his firearms licence on the grounds he was not a fit and proper person to possess guns."

"Yesterday, Mr Yu challenged the ban before the Firearms Appeals Committee, where he denied the allegations."
 

VA: Worn In Open Legal, But Alarm Va.
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"On July 2, Fairfax County police received a 911 call from a Champps restaurant in Reston. Six men are seated at a table, the caller said. They're all armed."

"Dispatchers quickly sent four officers to the scene. The officers were 'extremely polite' and were hoping that some of the men were in law enforcement, [Note the elitism!] said Sgt. Richard Perez, a spokesman for the police department. None was."

"Turns out, packing a pistol in public is perfectly legal in Virginia. And three times in the last month, including at Champps on Sunset Hills Road, residents have been spotted out and about in the county, with guns strapped to their hips, exercising that right."

" 'Crime is at 20-year lows in the county,' Lt. Col. Charles K. Peters pointed out, even though the population is soaring. The county's homicide rate was the lowest in the nation last year among the 30 largest jurisdictions. 'Hopefully no one feels the need to carry a gun, lawfully or unlawfully,' Peters said."

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1 - It's a Bill of RIGHTS not a Bill of NEEDS.

2 - Has it occurred to this "officer of the law" that crime may be low BECAUSE there are armed citizens about?
 

UK: Murderer gets life in prison for using firearm to kill his love rival
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Gun control fails again.

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"JILTED boyfriend who shot his Scots love rival dead has been jailed for life."

"A jury found David Robson, 47, guilty of murdering Stephen Bowden."

"They had been told he became enraged when Stephen came from his home in Stirling to visit pub landlady Brenda Grensted, 43."

"Stephen, 46, was a former lover of Brenda, of Wellington, Somerset, who split up with ex-soldier Robson 12 days before the killing."

"Robson walked into the bar and shot Stephen between the eyes with an unlicensed World War II revolver in front of 30 terrified customers."
 

TX: Law Enforcement Concerns Over The Public Sale Of Tasers
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"Local law enforcement is concerned as a weapon they use in their job is now becoming available to the public: A taser gun."

"It can deliver a sudden shock of 50 thousand volts."

"Police departments across East Texas have used tasers to subdue violent suspects."

"It's been a last resort before using lethal force."

"But nationwide more than fifty people have died after being subdued by a taser, including one person in North Texas."

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Note to police: The right to keep and bear arms includes tasers, knives, firearms, baseball bats and batons. You are not the elite. You are not entitled to special privileges when it comes to constitutional rights.
 

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