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'Bureau of Land Management' cattle auction a Bust
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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Efforts by the federal government to sell 140 head of cattle seized from three Nevada ranchers for nonpayment of grazing fees ended in futility Tuesday when a judge blocked the sale of some animals and the rest drew not a single bid.

Air-gun from Kmart looks too real, cops say
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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It turns out that the apparent 9mm handgun was a Powerline Airstrike 240 air gun. Andrew bought it from a Kmart store in Warren. The air gun shoots plastic .24-caliber pellets.

The 'Third Way' Plan for Gun Abolition
Submitted by: Ron Dotson

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Mr. Lockhart’s "third way" is just another name for the strategy of Fabius Cunctator. It remains to be seen whether the defenders of gun rights will, like Hannibal, succumb to this ploy or whether, like the Allies in World War II, they will finally awake to the danger in the nick of time.

National Night Out Rekindles Gun Debate
Submitted by: Phil Ewert

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With 'National Night Out' putting a focus on fighting crime, some people might consider getting a gun to protect themselves. But according to police, a self-defense expert and a gun-control leader, that's a bad idea.

"Firearms in the home put one at higher risk," said Dr. Rebecca Thoman, "For every self-defense use of a firearm in the home, there are 4 unintentional killings, 7 homicides and 11 suicides."

--There is a silver lining at the end of this media biased article!

Two Robbers Shot Dead By Would-be Victim
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When it was over, two of the would-be robbers were dead and their two cohorts charged with murder.

KABA praised in Wall Street Journal "Best of the Web" OpinionJournal
Submitted by: John Marciano

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Post Comments | Read Comments got a very nice mention in the "Best of the Web" portion of, the online editorial page of the Wall Stree Journal.

James Taranto, the author of "Best of the Web" noticed the cropped photo of chucky cheese Schumer holding the Tec-9.

All I have to say is good job! KABA is growing in popularity.


[Scroll down to "Media's Anti-gun Bias" Section.]

KABA NOTE: Thank you Mr. Marciano! (Unfortunately, Mr. Taranto does not have a direct contact address, but you can send comments to OpinionJournal.)

CA: Step Right Up and Plug State's Gun Loophole
Submitted by: lyle

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"The California Legislature should act immediately to overturn the Monday state Supreme Court ruling that protects gun manufacturers from being held liable, even when they design and market their products as tools for mass killings...A manufacturer that makes a gun like the TEC-DC9 profits enormously because of its appeal to criminals. It should be held liable for exactly that reason when it is used in criminal activities." -by Erwin Chemerinsky, professor of law and political science at USC

CA Supreme Court quashes ludicrous lawsuit...for now
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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Las Vegas Review-Journal OpEd --
But the decision was narrowly crafted to comform with state law rather than the Second Amendment. Indeed, a concurring opinion to Monday's ruling hinted that such lawsuits might be permissible in the future; all the Legislature would need to do is amend the relevant statutes.

The ruling offers yet another reason for vigilance anytime lawmakers are at work.

Face Cameras Already Causing False Identifications
Submitted by: Stephen Cutler

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His digital image, captured by face-scanning cameras, was falsely identified by a woman who said he was her ex-husband wanted for felony child neglect. He was made to feel like a criminal when the police visited his job, and he wants to see the cameras shut down. He also plans on suing the city.

--Big Brother at it's worst. Turns out Big Brother has poor vision as well as poor judgement. Law suit to follow.

KABA NOTE: This is an utterly insane invasion of privacy. One can only wonder when such "identification" will be used against gun owenrs.

Among the many misdeeds of the British rule in India, history will look upon the act of depriving a whole nation of arms, as the blackest. — Mahatma Gandhi

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