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AU: Knife crime rising among youths
Submitted by: Angel Shamaya

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"...if the trend continued, it was a matter of time before guns became
the weapon of choice." (How can that be, if guns are outlawed?)

Regulating gun shows won't stop these criminals
Submitted by: Angel Shamaya

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"People tend to protect their gun dealer like their drug dealer," said Sgt. John Newsom of Cincinnati police's Homicide Unit.

--Notice he said PEOPLE, not criminals. Notice how he equated guns with drugs. And yet, the article admits:

"Few guns used in crimes were bought directly from federally licensed gun dealers, records show. Most of Cincinnati's crime guns change hands at least once before landing in the hands of people committing offenses, according to the ATF."

Oregon Town Considers Making Guns Mandatory
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Law Works Like 'Beware Of Dog' Signs"

AUMSVILLE, Ore. -- If a former City Council member has his way, homeowners in Aumsville will be required to own guns.
Guns have been required in Chiloquin, Ore., homes since the early 1980s. The crime rate has not changed, KOIN reports.

When a pioneer outlives the frontier
Submitted by: David Morris

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Not 2nd Amendment related, but a nice story about hunting and how it used to be.

Nice to see a story like this in the paper. Please take a moment and let the paper know we appreciate the space:

Armed Neighbors - A True Story
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"I have but one question for the anti-rights activists: If Jean Zamirripa had not had a gun and had not been willing to use it for lawful self-defense, who would Peralez have targeted next? You, your mother, your daughter? If you think an armed neighbor is a threat to your safety, perhaps it is time to think again. Your life may depend upon it!" --Annie

Madness in Morris County: Zero Tolerance for Duck Sauce
Submitted by: Anonymous

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EAST HANOVER, NJ -- The police complaint reads like something out of "Monty Python's Flying Circus": The defendant "did within the jurisdiction of this court knowingly construct a fake bomb ... specifically by wrapping up several packages of duck sauce and soy sauce inside tissue paper, taping it up with clear tape and writing on it 'Danger Warning Swanton Bomb', therefore in violation of NJS 2C:33-3."

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Calif. Farming Towns Face Violent Youth Gangs
Submitted by: skypod

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Post Comments | Read Comments -- Farming towns in California's central valley are experiencing a big-city problem: violent youth gangs, Reuters reported Aug. 23... In the past few years, police in farming towns have begun seeing an increase in vandalism, assaults, stabbings, handgun murders, car thefts, arson, sex offenses, school disruption, and juvenile drug arrests.

-Is this any wonder since Californians are prevented by law from defending themselves with adequate means?

OP-ED: Gun nuts living up to stigma of weapon-worship
Submitted by: skypod

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The Daily Herald -- "Gun owners wonder why people seem to view them as dangerous lunatics in desperate need of constant adult supervision. Well, it's pretty simple. The zealots shoot their movement in the foot every time with their insistence that the Second Amendment trumps any attemptto stop them from packing heat anywhere they darn please."

-It's interesting to note the gun owners' comments (at the bottom of the page). Some seem to be in agreement with this assessment.

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