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Bill promotes anti-gun teaching in schools?
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Virginia-based Gun Owners of America claims H.R. 1078, which establishes 'academies for teachers and students of American history and civics and a national alliance of teachers of American history and civics,' would further erode support for the Second Amendment."

"A version of the bill has passed the Senate, but the House bill remains in the House Education and Workforce Committee. It was introduced by Rep. Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and has 220 co-sponsors."

"According to a summary, the bill would direct the chairperson of the National Endowment for the Humanities to award competitive grants to nonprofit educational institutions to 'establish presidential academies for teaching of American history and civics to offer workshops for teachers of American history and civics' and 'congressional academies for students of American history and civics to offer workshops for outstanding students of American history and civics.' " ...

"GOA officials, however, are concerned that such academies, if established, will continue what it perceives as an anti-gun bias in the public schools, and 'will use anti-gun texts … that conform to the federal guidelines on teaching civics and history.' "

"One such text, called 'We the People,' encourages students 'to start questioning the wisdom of the Second Amendment, asking the student whether the right to keep and bear arms is still as 'important today' as it was in the 18th century, and to decide what 'limitations' should be placed on the right,' GOA said."
 

Big Bias Against Guns (Book Review)
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"Lott did a search in the media database called Lexis-Nexis to find articles written about the shooting. The base contained 208 unique articles, and one of them by the Associated Press would have been picked up by literally thousands of newspapers. Other articles would have also had widespread distribution."

"Of the 208 articles about the law school shooter, only four mentioned that there had been a defensive gun use. Indeed, two students upon hearing the shots, ran to their vehicles and brought their guns within the 1,000 foot gun-free zone that has been unconstitutionally established by federal law. They encountered the murderer as he was finishing reloading. At the sight of their guns drawing down on him, he surrendered."
 

TSA should arm pilots more quickly
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"With nearly two years gone by since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, it's high time the federal Transportation Security Administration gets moving on training the qualified commercial pilots who want to carry a gun. While Congress ordered a program implemented in November, representatives of the Airline Security Pilots Alliance said Tuesday that fewer than 200 of the estimated 40,000 willing pilots have been trained. Working at the snail's pace of training 50 pilots a week, it'll take the TSA 15 years to enable the pilots to protect themselves, their crews and passengers."

"That's shameful."
 

Charles Bronson Dies at 81
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"His most controversial film came in 1974 with 'Death Wish.' " ...

"The character's vigilantism brought widespread criticism, but 'Death Wish' became one of the big moneymakers of the year. The controversy accelerated when Bernard Goetz shot youths he thought were threatening him in a New York subway."

"Bronson made three more 'Death Wish' films, and in 1987 he defended them: 'I think they provide satisfaction for people who are victimized by crime and look in vain for authorities to protect them. But I don't think people try to imitate that kind of thing.' "
 

South Africa: Robbers kill woman, 24
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A 24-year-old woman was shot and killed by two robbers in Bronkhorstspruit, police reported on Monday.

Inspector Anton Breedt said the woman and her boyfriend were at home on Sunday when two men wearing balaclavas, one armed with a firearm, entered the house.

An argument broke out and the woman was shot. She died instantly. Her boyfriend fled.

The assailants took the woman's television and cellphone.

No one has been arrested, said Breedt.

 

UK: Man had firearm in town incident
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A north Wales man brandished a firearm and a metal bar during a town centre incident.

Lee Griffiths, 28, of Mold Road in Buckley, admitted possessing a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence, possessing a firearm when prohibited because of a previous prison sentence, and possessing an extending metal bar as an offensive weapon.

It follows an incident in the town on June 28 of this year.

A charge of affray, which he denied, was dropped, and the case was adjourned for sentence next month.

John Philpotts, prosecuting, said at Mold Crown Court that the seriousness of the case was the fact that he had brandished the weapons and it was not in the public interest to pursue a trial on the affray charge.
 

WA: Baby bitten by police dog
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"A police dog searching for a 42-year-old man bit his 1-year-old baby on the back of the head, but the child wasn't seriously injured, police said."

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Notice how the Associated Press in its zeal to veer away from portraying criminals as criminals draws focus away from the fact that thus scum was endangering his own child. They deal with shooting stories much in the same manner, blaming the gun and drawing focus away from the criminal act.
 

Australia: Historic rifle range bulldozed
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"A World War II rifle range with heritage significance located on Crown-owned bushland next to Redland Hospital has been bulldozed and nobody seems to know how it happened."

"Local heritage enthusiast Tony Morrison stumbled over the devastated mess last week when he took friends down to show them the site."

"The dirt target mound had been bulldozed, supports flattened and the concrete pit area behind the mound filled in."

"The Cleveland Rifle Range, at the bottom of Weippin Street, was in operation from 1943 to the late 1970s and was considered to be one of the only remaining relics linking the Redlands to World War II."
 

"Hate Speech. It's OK If Liberals Say It?"
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"In November 1994, USA Today columnist Julianne Malveaux said about Justice Thomas: 'I hope his wife feeds him lots of eggs and butter and he dies early like many black men do, of heart disease. … He is an absolutely reprehensible person." ...

"In May 2000, on the PBS show 'To the Contrary,' Linda Chavez, a conservative activist, argued that a gun might help a woman like herself stop a rapist. Bonnie Erbe, the host, dismissed her with this: 'If you look at the statistics, I would bet that you have a greater chance of being struck by lightning, Linda, than living where you live, and at your age, being raped. Sorry.' " ...

"Finally, we come to one of the most vile comments I have ever heard. Maureen Dowd, columnist for the New York Times, was discussing how Justice Thomas dissented from this spring's U.S. Supreme Court decision on racial preferences at the University of Michigan. On June 26 she wrote: 'The dissent is a clinical study of a man who has been driven barking mad by the beneficial treatment he has received.' "

"This comment is so offensive and racist — far worse than anything Trent Lott has ever said — that it makes me despair that I belong to the same profession as Maureen Dowd. She is comparing a dignified, principled and accomplished black man to a DOG."

"Yet, because she's a liberal, no one seems to care."
 

Will the Ten Commandments signal the end of the United States?
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"Is the current controversy in Montgomery Alabama, concerning the 5300 pound stone monument dedicated to the Ten Commandments, going to eventually result in the end of the United States? And will it result in the resurrection of the Confederate States of America?"

"Have I shocked any of you with these statements? Good. Maybe it will give you some pause to think about what some are actually doing about this issue, which by all rights should be a non-issue, and what the 'Unintended Consequences' of it will be."

"Judge Moore is right"
 

More proof that statists vigorously sniff paint fumes before sitting down to write a book
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"Foods today are too 'convenient,' 'good-tasting,' and 'cheap.' People are eating them for 'pleasure rather than just survival.' Parental responsibility in the diets of children is a 'failed experiment.' So whines Yale psychologist Kelly Brownell in his new book Food Fight in which he lays out an alarming plan to advance government control over food choices ..."

"Brownell's Big Brother Manifesto calls for the following government solutions:"

"High Taxes on Foods ..."

"Food-Free School Zones - ...Zoning laws could prohibit the operation of businesses selling food within a certain distance of schools."

"Restrictions on food advertising ..."
 

CT: Alleged Burglar's Condition Upgraded After Being Shot
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"The condition of a man whom a police representative said was shot in the abdomen by a homeowner during an apparent burglary attempt has been upgraded to good, a spokeswoman for The William W. Backus Hospital said."

"Police had not charged William Derose, 43, of Norwich, as of Sunday night. His condition was upgraded from stable to good. Investigators continued working on the case Sunday, including looking for a second suspect in Friday's incident."

"George Blacker, 61, of Norwich, told police that he shot one of two men who entered his home on Salem Turnpike at about 10 p.m. Friday, the Norwich Bulletin reported. Blacker was not hurt. Derose was found at the scene with a shotgun wound to his abdomen, police said."
 

CT: Shotgun In Hand, Homeowner Waited In Dark For Intruders (another report)
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"Three times during the past month thieves broke into a home at 154 Salem Turnpike owned by George Blacker. They took books, lamps, clocks and other family possessions." ...

"On Friday night, Blacker was sitting in a chair listening to a radio just before 10 p.m. He was holding his father's 12-gauge shotgun. It was dark inside because the house has no electricity."

"Blacker said he heard someone breaking in through the back door. He could tell there were two men because they were talking to each other." ...

"Blacker said he felt justified in shooting Derose."
 

OH: Wendy's Worker Shot, Killed Through Pickup Window
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"A Columbus fast-food worker shot by a would-be robber through a pickup window died Sunday at Riverside Methodist Hospital."

"The incident occurred Saturday night after the Wendy's dining room on Karl Road had closed and the drive-through window remained open."

"The gunman shot Scott Knouf, 27, after he was unable to climb into the restaurant through the pickup window."

"Wendy's spokesman Denny Lynch said that Knouf had his hands raised in the air when he was shot in the upper body. The suspect fled without any money."

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While some of Ohio's legislators stubbornly obstruct legislation that would allow the state's citizens to defend themselves with the most effective tool available, another innocent victim perishes at the hands of yet another armed thug.
 

The Libertarians' only hope
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"The best way for Libertarian candidates to get in a position to obtain a high elected office in our current system would be to climb inside a 'Trojan Horse' of sorts and infiltrate one of the major parties. As long as most Libertarians refuse to do this based on 'principle,' they'll remain as consistently overlooked as a rice cake in Ted Kennedy's pantry. They'll be forever sitting on an airport runway, refusing to get on a 747 because they're convinced they can build their own out of some two-by-fours, glue, mason blocks and the motor from a weedwacker."
 

UK: Probe into gun attack on taxi driver
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"Police in Co Londonderry were today investigating the circumstances surrounding a late night gun attack on a taxi driver in Coleraine."

"The taxi driver from Articlave escaped unhurt after his car was sprayed with bullets at the Crescent near the Bushmills Road at around 11pm on Saturday."

"The man was answering a call to collect a fare when two gunmen approached his cab and opened fire."

"It is understood that the two gunmen lay in wait for the taxi driver in a car parked at the Crescent."

"The gunmen fired shots at the taxi before making off towards the Harpurs Hill estate."
 

UK: Motorist shot in legs
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"A motorist has been shot in the legs in Birmingham after two men stopped him in his car and demanded cash."

"The 31-year-old, from London, drove himself to hospital for treatment following the incident in the early hours of Friday in Sparkbrook."

"West Midlands Police said the man had pulled up at the junction of Kendal Road and Montgomery Street when he was approached by two men."

"One of the men opened the passenger door, placed a gun against his leg and demanded money."

"The driver struggled to get away and was shot in the legs and robbed of his wallet."
 

NC: Dove Hunters May See Something New This Year
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"Perry said his average customer will spend about $100. After buying a North Carolina hunting and fishing licenses, a hunter will need to pick up camouflage, perhaps a matching Browning 12-gauge shotgun, and it will not take long to spend $1,000."

"Traditionally, opening day of dove season is a family affair with cookouts. Hunters may find something new this year as they head out to the fields."

"North Carolina is participating with 26 other states in a dove-banding study. A thousand birds have been banded and released here."

"Wildlife officials want hunters to report banded birds they shoot. Hunters can keep the band, and the Federal government will advise them on dates and different data about the animal they shot."
 

New Zealand: Man arrested over alleged replica gun threat
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"A man was arrested after police were allegedly threatened with a replica pistol near Porirua, north of Wellington, yesterday."

"Armed police closed State Highway 1 near Porirua last night while they hunted the man."

"Police central communications spokesman Charlie Pia said police were called by motorists who saw a man weaving through traffic on the highway about 8.45pm."

"When a police patrol car arrived the man allegedly pulled the pistol from his clothing and threatened them before running away."

 

NY: Parade Dedicated to Slain Councilman
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"The West Indian Day parade on Monday was held in memory of slain Councilman James Davis as the festivities wound through his district in Brooklyn."

"Many marchers at the parade through the Crown Heights neighborhood carried old posters used when Davis campaigned for his City Council seat. The former police officer was shot dead July 23 by a political rival who smuggled a gun into council chambers and opened fire as a meeting began."

 

Philippines: 2 cops, security guard slain in foiled kidnap try in a place where firearms have been banned
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"Two policemen and a security guard died yesterday when they fought, either Abu Sayyaf bandits, or former separatist rebels, who failed to kidnap a rich trader in Sultan Kudarat."

"Robert Go, grains trader in Central Mindanao, was injured in the gunfight yesterday noon between some 10 kidnappers and a police-backed security guards."

"Intelligence reports showed Go has been a target of kidnap for ransom gang, either by the merged Abu Sayyaf and Pentagon and Abu Sofia gangs of Khadafi Janjalani, or the disgruntled separatist rebels who surrendered to the government."
 

Solomon Islands: Overseeing mass destruction of weapons
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"Sappers from Lavarack Barracks were responsible for destroying the 3500 illegal weapons Solomon Islanders handed in during the three-week gun amnesty that finished on August 21."

"The amnesty also netted hundreds of thousands of rounds of ammunition, much of it left buried by US troops during World War II."

"Included in the weapons haul were 535 military assault rifles, grenade launchers and machineguns."
 

South Africa: 'Gun quota' claims
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"The Democratic Alliance on Monday accused government of limiting the rights of South Africans to protect themselves, while it did nothing to solve spiralling crime."

"DA MP Paul Swart said Safety and Security Minister Charles Nqakula must explain if and why there was a gun licence quota in place."

"Swart was reacting to a newspaper report that said Nqakula had issued a decree that at least 80% of all gun licence applications be turned down."

"The use of a quota system for gun licence applications must surely be legally problematic and could be challenged in the Constitutional Court."

 

CA: Sharpshooter's mission more about saving lives
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"San Joaquin County sheriff's Deputy Annette Mondavi will celebrate Labor Day with a new job specialty: SWAT team sniper."

"The 43-year-old Lodi native made department history five years ago when she became the only woman on the department's elite Special Weapons and Tactics team. Now, she's making history as the team's first female sniper."

"Mondavi, one of six snipers on the 20-member SWAT team, never knows when she'll be called away from her regular duties as a homicide detective. The SWAT team responds to hostage incidents and other crisis situations, and its members are on 24-hour call."

"Mondavi says the SWAT team isn't all about killing the bad guy, as some people might think, but about saving lives."
 

UK: Armed hijack as robbery is foiled in city
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"An armed robber hijacked a car at knifepoint today, forcing a terrified motorist to drive him across the city after an early morning robbery was foiled."

"The raider, thought to be aged between 30 and 35, jumped into the car in the Longstone area of Edinburgh just after 7am and threatened the driver with a knife before demanding to be driven to Haymarket."

"The drama was sparked off after two men in balaclavas, armed with an imitation gun and a knife, burst into an Edinburgh cash and carry and demanded money from the shocked staff."

"A sum of cash was handed over but as the men attempted to escape, staff at Booker Cash and Carry in Inglis Green Road tried to overpower the robbers."
 

NY: Another shooting in a gun-free "utopia"
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"Gunfire erupted on a Queens street early yesterday, killing a teenage boy and wounding a bystander."

"Max Eddy Isralon was shot in the back and collapsed on the sidewalk a block from the row house where his family has lived since moving to Hollis from France 14 years ago."

"He died five days short of his 18th birthday."

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Despite Brady assurances (read: lies) to the contrary, gun control doesn't seem to be working to save lives.
 

South Africa: SA gun owners up in arms
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"Prospective gun owners in South Africa are angry over what they claim is the application of a quota system to refuse 80% of new applications for gun licences."

"Gun shop owners say there has been a marked decrease in the granting of firearm licences since a new system of assessing applicants for firearm licences was introduced in April."

"The argument comes as South Africa's police are grappling with one of the highest violent crime rates in the world. The number of people killed by guns in South Africa is also on the rise."
 

UK: Gun fired in city street fight
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"Gunshots were fired at a man who was fleeing down a Coventry road after a bust-up in a busy street."

"Police say the handgun was used during a dispute between two men at about 5.55pm in Cross Road, Foleshill, yesterday."

"It ended with one chasing the other down the street, to its junction with Edgwick Road, where both men made off in cars, towards Stoney Stanton Road."

"Det Supt Steve Francis, from Stoney Stanton Road police, said the man who was shot at had still not been tracked down."

"Police recovered one bullet from the scene, but said witnesses reported hearing up to two more shots. They have not recovered the firearm used, believed to be a black handgun."
 

UK: Shop owner in desperate fight with knifeman
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"When Mr. Siba saw his cousin's desperate struggle, he dived in to help, and a customer joined in the fray. Between them, they disarmed the robber, who then ran off empty handed."

"Mr. Siba paid tribute to Mr. Ananth, who received grazing to his back." ...

"The former accounts assistant from Edgware, who has owned the Spar store for a year-and-a-half, said he had been the victim of robbery in March."

"My wife was here and someone came in with a gun and they took the money from the till and cigarettes and ran away."
 

UK: Gun find prompts hospital porter suspension
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A hospital porter who brought a gun into work has been suspended and a police investigation launched.

The incident happened at Ramsey Cottage Hospital two weeks ago.

Inspector Mike Cowell, from Ramsey police station, said: 'As a result of an item of property being found in the hospital, inquiries are continuing into a possible offence under the Regulated Weapons Act.'

It is understood the weapon was an air rifle.

Hospital manager Brian Pressley confirmed the porter had been suspended but declined to comment further except to say he was being fully cooperative.
 

UK: Victim trussed up in post office robbery
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"The sub postmaster, named by a former colleague as Daniel Panichella, was confronted by two men in balaclavas and boilersuits when he went to open Nether Edge Post Office at 8.30am on Saturday."

"They bundled him inside the shop, produced a firearm and demanded cash. He handed over an unspecified sum and was tied up and gagged.
The robbers fled in what police believe to be a red Metro which had been in Glen Road."

"DC Ian Marshall, investigating the robbery, said: 'The sub-postmaster has been left extremely traumatised by his ordeal but he is otherwise uninjured.' "
 

UK: Man is shot dead in the city
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"A Murder inquiry has been launched after a 22-year-old man was shot as he left a pub car park."

"Marvyn Bradshaw was shot at 4am on Saturday outside the Sporting Chance pub off Hucknall Road, Highbury Vale."

"It is believed that the shots - from a shotgun - were fired from a car containing a number of people at Mr. Bradshaw, who was in his car with at least one other person."

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As violent crime continues to rise in the UK, and the police are helpless to protect the citizenry, the Brits' answer is more gun control, concerts and festivals. Is it any wonder they're victimized hundreds of times daily by armed thugs?
 

UK: Terror raid gun shock
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"Police were today hunting armed raiders who brought terror to a city DIY store, threatening staff and customers before firing shots as they fled."

"The masked bandits opened fire as they ran empty-handed out of B&Q in Stechford after failing to force cashiers to hand over takings."

"One shot was fired inside the store and three more outside, but no-one was hurt."

"The three-strong gang sped off in a stolen car which was later abandoned and set on fire."
 

South Africa: Clampdown on gun ownership
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"Following two years of multi-million rand lawsuits about the issue, it is now almost impossible for a person to obtain a licence for a firearm."

" 'It is like the police have introduced a quota system for firearms,' said a legal expert in the field, Martin Hood."

"And they are taking away the legal choice to own a firearm for self-protection, gun dealers say."
 

UK: Armed thug strikes at petrol station
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"An armed thug threatened staff at a Twyford petrol station with a gun before escaping with several thousand pounds."

"The robber is believed to have waited until the Old Bath Road BP service station was clear of customers before bursting into an office where a worker was cashing up at 4.20pm on Sunday. He pointed the gun at the assistant, grabbed the money and ran out on to the forecourt where he also threatened a motorist who was just pulling in for petrol."

"The driver left the garage before police arrived and detectives urgently want his help."
 

CT: Ex-cons get the message: Pick up a gun and do time
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"They were, for the most part, an unwilling audience, this group of about 40 ex-convicts with checkered pasts and uncertain futures."

" 'We’re not going to wait for you to shoot someone,' Assistant State’s Attorney Jack Doyle warned the crowd. 'If you get caught with a gun, you’re going to end up with 10, 15, 20 years' in prison."

"At the front of the elementary school gymnasium, prosecutors held up a series of poster boards displaying pictures of 71 people who didn’t heed the warning and landed back behind bars."
 

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