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Second Amendment Foundation Files For Summary Judgment In Mass Resident Alien Gun Ban Case
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Second Amendment Foundation has filed a motion for summary judgment in its lawsuit challenging a statute in Massachusetts that denies legal resident aliens the licenses required to possess a handgun in the home for self-defense, or purchase any kind of firearm." ...
 

ATF’s Melson urged to prove he’s still director and stop alleged Tampa cover-up
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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... "How Melson responds to Vanderboegh’s open letter with actions—if at all—will be an indicator of whether his interests go beyond self-preservation." ...
 

Firearms Mistruths, Glocks & Slushies
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Last week I took my 13 year old son to the range with me."

"On the way home, after the guns were safely unloaded and appropriately locked in the trunk of our car, he was thanking me for taking him shooting and wanted to stop on the way home for a Slushie."

"I told him no, we had to go directly home because that is the law in New Jersey."

"Even though this wasn’t the first time I told him we would have to come straight home from the range, I realized how silly it must sound to him. ..." ...
 

Gun-Free School Zones
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Feeling the familiar frustration of the many ways federal intervention had screwed up public education during my then-35-year teaching career, I reflected on what I’d recently taught my students about 'gun-free zones' as part of a Second Amendment lesson. Fox News had put together an effective, short satire on them in the form of an infomercial. The pitchman explained the benefits of putting up 'gun-free zone' signs in homes, businesses and public places. A potential robber with a gun would try to hold up a store. The owner behind the counter put his hands up and pointed to a 'gun-free zone' sign, whereupon the robber put down his gun and left the store in frustration. ..." ...
 

Flash Mobs Spread Panic...Among the News Media – Regarding CHL Permit Holders. (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"You gotta wonder if the news media actually listens to themselves. I mean, here’s a group of yoots that form a “flash mob,” storm a department store, and make off with a bunch of merchandise. The reporter chooses to focus on the idea that responsible, honest citizens are concerned, and are exercising their Constitutional rights, and are choosing to carry concealed. And their biggest fear is that some armed individual might shoot a kid. Um…really?" ...
 

Free Hat Day – This Week On Gun Talk Radio
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It's a huge win for gun rights in Chicago, tactical training, and free hats, this Sunday on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk (R) Radio, the nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports."

"Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation joins Gun Talk Sunday to discuss this week's 3-0 ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals over a Chicago, IL ordinance that required gun range training as a stipulation to own a handgun, but also banned gun ranges within city limits." ...
 

Self-Defense Tip: Yell Once, Shoot Twice (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"'We've all seen dash-cam videos of officers standing in the open and repeatedly yelling commands to 'Drop the gun!' at noncompliant, threatening offenders. The officers are not using the deadly force that they're legally justified in using, and they're not doing anything else–like moving to cover or withdrawing–to gain a tactical advantage. These officers get caught in a repetitive verbal loop because they perceive they are losing control of the situation and they can't figure a way out. They are tactically frozen.' The warning comes to us from the Force Science Institute executive director Dr. Bill Lewinski, and it applies to civilians as well. The first part (warn) and the second (act) . . ." ...
 

New Walther PPQ Pistol (9mm and .40)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Press release (click on image to enlarge):" ...
 

An Alternate Look at Hangun Stopping Power
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I've been interested in firearm stopping power for a very long time. I remember reading Handguns magazine back in the late 1980s when Evan Marshall was writing articles about his stopping power studies. When Marshall's first book came out in 1992, I ordered it immediately, despite the fact that I was a college student and really couldn't afford its $39 price tag. Over the years I bought all of the rest of Marshall's books as well as anything else I could find on the subject. I even have a first edition of Gunshot Injuries by Louis Lagarde published in 1915." ...
 

"Outgunned": Reforms worth considering
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"United States Representatives Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD) and Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) are urging Congress to criminalize gun trafficking to Mexico and increase regulation of gun trade within the United States. A forum on gun trafficking was held last week prompted by an investigation into the failure of ATF operation 'Fast and Furious' and a recent focus on the tens of thousands of assault weapons flowing into Mexico each year. While listening to the testimony I became increasingly concerned about the lack of gun regulation in the United States. ... The testimony highlighted the lack of federal laws regulating gun trade in the U.S., preventing law enforcement and U.S. Attorneys’ offices from taking action." ...
 

Obama gearing up for gun control moves
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Every day brings us a fresh bushel of outrage from this president. Today’s is news that President Obama is planning to use executive orders crafted by the Eric Holder Dept of Justice to enact gun control measures — and they’re shamelessly using the Giffords shooting as their excuse to assault our Constitutional rights."
"Administration officials were coy on the specifics, from the reforms the Department of Justice would recommend or when it would actually make those recommendations." ...
 

Obama Adminstration to Implement More Gun Control Without Congress
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Another day, another power grab around Congress from the Obama administration."

"Great news! The Obama administration plans to implement gun control measures 'gun safety measures,' through the Justice Department without Congress." ...
 

It's time to re-aim our pitchforks
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Meanwhile, what did the drug cartels, the recipients of the guns, do with them? Well, they used them to kill at least one member of a third federal agency: Brian Terry of the United States Border Patrol. ... [T]hey also killed not insignificant numbers of Mexican civilians."

"If, by this stage, you're wondering why U.S. stimulus dollars are being used to stimulate the Mexican coffin industry, consider the dark suspicion of many American gun owners – that the real reason the feds embarked on this murderous scheme was to plant the evidence that the increasing lawlessness on the southern border is the fault of the gun industry and the Second Amendment, and thereby advance its ideological agenda of ever greater gun control." ...
 

Let's get one thing straight, Gunwalker is NOT simply an ATF scandal. It IS an OBAMA scandal. ATF was just one tool in the hands of evil higher-ups.
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Now folks, when rabid anti-gunners like Helmke get around to accepting the ATF's demise, you've got to ask yourself why. The answer? They are protecting the larger mission -- both the Obama administration and the gun control mission. This scandal is so bad, they know they'll have to give up something. But they also know that the firearm laws of the United States are NOT going to be repealed anytime soon."

"As a matter of fact, these schmucks -- both the gun confiscationists and the guilty Gunwalker conspirators -- NEED you to think that this is about the ATF. The more folks focus on the tree of the ATF, the less they're worried about the larger forest of their naked attempt to subvert the Second Amendment ..." ...
 

West calls for Eric Holder's removal
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A new member of Congress who rode into office during the 2010 American rejection of Washington's business-as-usual practice today said that a special prosecutor needs to review the actions of Attorney General Eric Holder regarding the 'Fast and Furious' gun scandal where weapons were sold to carriers known to supply Mexican drug lords, and the circumstances make it appear that President Obama could have dirty hands in the deal."

"During an appearance on the Steve Gill Show, U.S. Rep. Allen West said the roads that appear to lead to those responsible for the botched program that was supposed to trace guns to high-ranking drug lords are alarming." ...
 

ATF Death Watch 33: C-SPAN’s Smoking Gun. (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Here we are thinking that there’s got to be a Watergate moment – the 18½ minutes of tape, Deep Throat, the Plumbers – to connect the final dot between the ATF's Gunwalker scandal and Obama. Nope. Turns out, we just had to go back and watch some C-SPAN reruns, and there it was, straight from the Assistant US District Attorney's mouth. Obama Ordered ATF's Gunwalker. Wow. I mean, so we’re clear, the U.S. AG's office was bragging about Gunwalker as a part of Obama's 'get tough on the border' policy. ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: The segment is dated March, 2009!
 

Botched Operation "Fast and Furious" Starting to Unravel; Stimulus Funded
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Not be confused with the awful movie franchise, Operation 'Fast and Furious' is one of the most serious situations involving the incompetent Obama administration. For those not familiar, also known as Project Gunrunner, the [ATF] ran a program to run guns with the hope they'd lead them to the pot of gold - Mexican criminals. This was authorized by and happened under the Obama administration, which is refusing to cooperate. This has connections to some of Obama's highest ranking people and may be bigger than Watergate. People need to held responsible - and Obama can't blame corporate jets this time." ...
 

Obama and Holder Show Supreme Arrogance Placing Blame on Others
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "They all feel that they are above any criticism or judgment for their nefarious or improper conduct; the order of the day is just forget and find someone to investigate for something else to take the spotlight off of them. It would be interesting to know just how many incidents or issues are being 'investigated' by Congress into Obama accomplice miscreantic endeavors. ..."

"Case in point: ... [Attorney General] Eric H. Holder, was recently on a hot burner attempting to defend himself and his immediate superior, Barack Obama from involvement in the mass gun supply activity to criminals in Mexico who bring drugs into the United States and many other illegal activites." ...
 

Los Zetas Kingpin: We Bought Guns Directly From U.S. Government
Submitted by: David Nelson

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"One of the kingpins of the infamous Los Zetas drug running gang has told Mexican federal police that the group purchased its weapons directly from U.S. government officials inside America, a revelation that will only serve to heighten suspicions that the Obama administration's Operation Fast and Furious program was a deliberate attempt to undermine the Second Amendment by stealth." ...

"In an interview with Mexican federal police that was later uploaded to You Tube and translated, [Rejon] Aguilar sensationally blows the whistle on how the Zetas' weapons were obtained straight from U.S. federal authorities." ...
 

Kirsten Powers Is An Airhead (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Fox viewers voted that they wanted the topic of Fox's Friday Lightning Round to be about Operation Fast and Furious. The panelists included Jonah Goldberg from the National Review, Democrat political analyst Kristen Power, and syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer. It was moderated by Bret Baier."

"Goldberg, Baier, and Krauthammer made some good points. ..."

"FoxNews has a lot of attractive and smart blondes on their network. Kirsten Powers is not one of them. I realize that Kirsten Powers' main role for Fox is to spout the official Democrat Party line. That said, she comes across like an airhead whose sole goal was to deflect attention from Eric Holder and try to make the story about Rep. Darrell Issa. ..." ...
 

Hey! I Know That "Online Journalist" (video story)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Mike Vanderboegh was interviewed for a report on FoxNews that appeared on Special Report with Bret Baier this evening. He discussed the expansion of Project Gunwalker to Tampa and Houston ..."
 

Is Rick Perry A Wolf Or A Sheep?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"If you're anything like me, you've been watching the various Republican Presidential candidates struggle to claim the mantle of 'Constitutional Conservative' with some trepidation."

"But who, among the candidates, actually supports our Constitutional rights?" ...
 

Report: Obama to bypass representative government, dictate new gun control policies via executive order
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Having failed in their apparent goal of creating demand for gun control legislation by allowing thousands of guns to 'walk' into Mexico, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney announced on Thursday, July 7, that the Obama administration is set to impose a series of gun control 'reforms' via executive order." ...
 

NC: Constituent Update
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"While the General Assembly takes a short break until July 13, Gov. Perdue has stayed very busy with the hundreds of bills on her desk that we sent over. There are 396 Session Laws and 15 bills were vetoed, but the veto on the budget bill was overridden and is one of the Session Laws. History is being made by our governor. ..." ...

"We protected the Second Amendment rights of North Carolinians. This bill would further protect property owners who use a weapon in self-defense, and expand the number of places citizens with a concealed carry permit can carry firearms." ...
 

IL: New Ordinance Allows Chicagoans to Fire Away
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Chicago has been at the epicenter of disputes over gun rights for the past year, highlighted by a 7th Circuit ruling this week blocking a strict gun ordinance in the city." ...

"Over at the Volokh Conspiracy blog, law professor David Kopel calls the 7th Circuit ruling 'tremendously important,' noting that 'the right to practice with firearms is an important ancillary to the core of the Second Amendment.'"

"The Chicago City Council sprung into action in the wake of the ruling, crafting a new ordinance that allows gun ranges in Chicago." ...
 

WI: Governor Walker to Sign Wisconsin Carry Bill Today
Submitted by: John Pierce
Website: http://www.monachuslex.com

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"Today at 2:30 PM, in the Grand Lodge at 805 Creske Ave in Wausau, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker will finally sign an historic carry bill bringing Wisconsin in line with the 48 other states which already have some form of concealed carry." ...
 

WI: Got Guns? Walker Signs Conceal Carry Law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Caledonia residents will be able to conceal carry firearms starting November 1."

"Gov. Scott Walker signed the Wisconsin Personal Protection Act into law today along with Wayne LaPierre, executive vice president of the National Rifle Association."

"The law allows people the option to carry a concealed firearm for protection." ...
 

WI: NRA Statement on Concealed-carry Law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Today, National Rifle Association (NRA) Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre and the NRA's Institute for Legislative Action Executive Director Chris W. Cox joined Governor Scott Walker as he signed the Wisconsin Personal Protection Act into law. This makes Wisconsin the 49th state to give law-abiding citizens an option to carry a concealed firearm for personal protection." ...
 

WI: Madison legislators argue against allowing guns in Capitol
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The debate over whether Wisconsin should implement 'shall-issue' concealed carry legislation comes to an end as Gov. Scott Walker signs Senate Bill 93 into law in Wausau Friday afternoon, but questions about the implementation of the new law still linger. One question in particular stands out: Will concealed weapons be allowed in the Capitol building?"

"That decision, it seems, is ultimately Gov. Walker's to make. When he will decide remains to be seen. The governor's office did not respond to a request for comment." ...
 

Ezell’s doctrinal rules for the Second Amendment
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Seventh Circuit’s decision in Ezell v. Chicago is a tremendously important case for Second Amendment doctrine. The key rules from Ezell: use originalism from both 1791 and 1868 to determine if an activity is within the scope of the Second Amendment right. If it is, apply First Amendment doctrine, and make the standard of review more stringent when the activity is closer to the core of the right, and when the government is prohibiting rather than regulating. ..."

"As the above rules apply to the case at bar: The right to practice with firearms is an important ancillary to the core of the Second Amendment right, so Chicago’s ban on firing ranges is subject to not-quite-strict scrutiny." ...
 

Citizens responsible for own safety
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In your June 3 editorial, 'Safe summer depends on law enforcement, citizens,' I was pleased citizens were included as involved in their own safety and protection. Later in the editorial there were statements that may mislead your readers into thinking that government has responsibility for domestic defense of citizens. When you say, 'There should be no doubt that the members of local law enforcement ... and other community, state and federal organizations are doing everything in their power to keep citizens safe,' you imply that the government is obligated to protect individuals. It isn't. This issue has been in front of the Supreme Court several times ..." ...
 

FL: Lauderdale Lakes Shooting: Vishna Beepot Named as Alleged Shooter
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"This morning, the Broward Sheriff's Office announced a shooting inside a Lauderdale Lakes bar -- 12 people were hit by bullets, and two died." ...

"Earlier today, the BSO's Dani Moschella told New Times they got a call at 3:19 a.m. about a shooting at the South Rock Lounge Bar & Grill, described as "a popular but typically peaceful Caribbean strip mall bar." ...

"Moschella says two sheriff's deputies were off-duty but were hired by the bar as security outside the building at the time of the shooting. She says they were stationed at the front and rear entrances of the bar but did not witness the shooting."
 

NJ: To combat steroid abuse by law enforcement officials, N.J. attorney general pushes for random testing
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"As Attorney General Paula Dow pushes a spate of reforms designed to combat steroid abuse in law enforcement, the president of the state police chief’s association said Thursday he expects most departments in New Jersey will add the substances to the list of drugs for which officers are randomly tested." ...
 

FL: Judge rules against Shores police, says strip-search of exotic dancers illegal
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Four exotic dancers won a $200,000 settlement from this small seaside city after a judge ruled police shouldn't have strip-searched them during a nightclub drug raid."

"Even topless dancers have rights not to be strip-searched unlawfully by police, U.S. District Judge Mary S. Scriven found. ..."

"The city settled with the dancers and two female bartenders who wore street clothes during the Sept. 19, 2009, raid at Biggins Gentlelman's Club."

"In the case ... all of the employees were strip-searched in a room full of male officers ..." ...
 

MA: Police officer faces discipline for lying
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Boston police officer at the center of one of the most notorious police brutality cases in city history used unreasonable force while arresting a man in the North End in 2009, then lied about the episode to department investigators, according to an Internal Affairs Division report obtained by the Globe." ...

"Williams was fired from the force in 1999 after being implicated in the racially charged 1995 beating of undercover police officer Michael Cox, then reinstated with nearly $550,000 in back pay after a civil service arbitration in 2005." ...
 

FL: TSA Agent Caught With Passenger's iPad in His Pants; Allegedly Took $50,000 in Other Goods, Cops Say
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"While most Transportation Security Administration employees are busy groping people or taking naked pictures of them, the cops say one of those employees was putting fliers' electronics down his pants." ...
 

NJ: City Council Weighs $710,000 Settlement of Sexual Assault Suit Involving a Paterson Police Officer
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Municipal officials have reached a tentative $710,000 settlement in a lawsuit filed by a woman who says a Paterson police officer four years ago forced her to perform oral sex on him while she was in custody in a city holding cell."

"Just days before the alleged incident in June 2007, a police department psychiatrist had determined that the officer, Manuel Avila, was unfit to carry a weapon and should retire, according to records in the case."

"But city police officials had decided to allow Avila to remain on the job another six months so he could reach 20 years of service ..." ...
 

OH: Ohio Attorney General's "Violent Crime with Guns Advisory Group" holds first meeting; AG's goal is targeting repeat offenders
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"The office of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine has announced that held the first meeting of the Ohio Attorney General's Violent Crime with Guns Advisory Group on Wednesday, July 7. The group discussed its mission, and DeWine emphasized that repeat gun offenders are the ones with which the group should be most concerned."

"According to a press release, the advisory group was established to focus efforts on removing guns from repeat violent criminals and includes members representing local, state, and federal law enforcement, prosecutors, gun rights advocates, and victims advocates." ...
 

DC: Who Should License Guns in D.C.: The City or Wal-Mart? (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Next week, the D.C. Council will be asked to consider a proposal that would license the city government itself to transfer out of handguns -- an unusual move by the city to comply with a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down the city's decades-old handgun ban." ...
 

WI: Web training may suffice for concealed-carry
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Wisconsin residents who want to carry a concealed handgun legally need to be trained first — but the state’s new law could allow applicants to satisfy that requirement without ever touching a gun." ...

[Then eight paragraphs further in]

"The Wisconsin Department of Justice, which will issue concealed-carry licenses, said it was too early to say whether online training would meet the state’s standards." ...
 

IL: NRA Sues Illinois Over Concealed Carry Ban
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Illinois's ban on carrying firearms outside the home or business came under attack on a new front Friday. The National Rifle Association asked a federal judge in Southern Illinois to immediately declare it unconstitutional."

"The Virginia-based NRA's move came one day after a nearly identical request was filed by the Bellevue, Washington-based Second Amendment Foundation. The gun lobby has painted a legal bull’s-eye on Illinois, now that it is the only state in America to prohibit concealed carry." ...
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Submitter's Note: That would be the same Second Amendment Foundation that runs this website and has won Heller and McDonald and Ezell.
 

AL: Birmingham News' July Fourth editorial spoke ill of gun use
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"I have noticed that since the McDonald v. Chicago ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court, making the Second Amendment applicable to the states, The Birmingham News has been very quiet on the subject of guns. I thought an editorial page had been turned. Apparently not."

"In your July 4 edition, 'Fourth of July,' there seemed to be a return to the past; a need to somehow equate guns with dislike by police and to make their use in celebration somehow less desirable." ...
 

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