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Security weakened at U.S. entries?
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A $20 million budget shortfall is forcing cuts at U.S. ports of entry that could impact security, MSNBC.com has learned. The deficit has led officials to make a series of security compromises that include replacing INS inspectors with their less-qualified, lower-paid Customs counterparts on heavily trafficked Sundays and holidays. U.S. officials, who announced Tuesday a plan to merge these inspector jobs into a single position, denied that the current cost-saving measures weaken security in any way."

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Hi, we're from the government, and we'll protect you.
 

IN: Alleged home intruder shot, 'critical'
Submitted by: Jerry Rowe

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"A Fort Wayne man was in critical condition at an area hospital late Tuesday after a woman shot him as he tried to force his way into her house early Tuesday, city police said."

"Brian M. Bloebaum, 36, of Fort Wayne, was shot about 12:30 a.m. Tuesday at the front door of a house by Evangeline Becker, 47, who lives there, police said."

"Becker went to the front entrance after she heard glass breaking. She saw Bloebaum armed with a weapon and fired a gun, police said."

"Becker told police she fired a weapon and might have hit the intruder."

"Officers found Bloebaum just west of the house, suffering from a gunshot wound."

"Police did not specify the type of weapon Bloebaum was carrying. Neither Bloebaum nor Becker was arrested."
 

Flight From Eden (Book Review)
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Imagine an America in which a religious regime has come to power, and all freedom and thought is rigidly controlled in order to support that regime’s claim of God-ordained tyranny. Individual thinkers are branded as 'enemies of the state', passports are required to cross county lines, your papers must be always in perfect order and must be surrendered immediately upon demand by officers of 'National Security', the slightest infraction is sufficient to cause your arrest and torture until you confess to crimes you never even dreamed of committing..."
 

NJ: NJIT joins with Aussie firm on 'smart' gun
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"The New Jersey Institute of Technology has found an Australian partner to make a 'smart' handgun."

"Now, they need to find about $7 million for a prototype." ...

"Last year Gov. James E. McGreevey signed a bill making New Jersey the first state to mandate smart gun technology for handguns sold here -- if such a weapon ever comes along."

"The Newark school has been honing its grip technology for years, but $2 million in state funding is just about gone, said NJIT's Donald Sebastian."

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Gee, a mandate for a currently nonexistent technology, not trusted by cops and funded by the taxpayer. How socialist!
 

WY: Man takes off with armload of guns
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"A man walked in through the front door of a South Greeley Highway business, broke a glass case and walked out the side door with an armload of handguns about 11 a.m. Tuesday."

"That leaves Laramie County sheriff's deputies looking for a suspect and keeping their eyes peeled for a dark-colored pickup. But they are armed with a detailed description from the South Side Tackle clerk." ...

"The man broke a long glass counter display case in the store across the street from Town and Country Shopping Center, then hoisted several guns out of it."

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Ever wonder how most criminals get their guns? They certainly don't wait for a Brady background check at the store like law-abiding citizens. So, what exactly is the use of these intrusive checks?
 

MS: Homeowner Terminates Career Criminal
Submitted by: Chuck

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"Anthony Mayers lived the life of a criminal, in and out of jails and prisons for more than a decade. On Wednesday, he died a criminal's death, shot while breaking into a house in northwest Jackson."

"Sinartha Bradfield, 31, of 1807 Linda Lane, fired a shotgun blast through his bedroom window when he heard the glass in the window being broken out, police said. Mayers, 31, of 304 Jennings St., was fatally struck in the chest." ...

"It appeared the burglar bars on Bradfield's bedroom window had been pulled off."

" 'I hate this happened, but if people continue to commit these kind of crimes, it's bound to happen,' said Jackson police Sgt. Joe Wade."

"Mayers had been arrested 14 times since 1992, mostly on burglary charges, and weathered four stays at the Mississippi State Penitentiary in Parchman, state and county officials."
 

Sneak 'n Peek
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"John Asscroft...er Ashcroft was in town pitching the Patriot Act which has been formed as an anti-terrorist measure in an attempt to keep us safer. Seems somehow fitting he should appear in the lloyd d. george federal building, a place becoming symbolic to Constitutionalists because it is within it's walls that our rights are being stomped on left to right."

"lloyd d. george, remember, is the federal judge who this very summer banned a book written by Irwin Schiff. In print for some 15 years, Schiff's 'The Federal Mafia' can no longer be sold to terrorists, Americans, patriots, or anyone else on American soil."

"Yesiree, quicker than you could say Fahrenheit 451, with a stroke of his mighty pen that would make Vonnegut blush, no more book."
 

WI: Wisconsin medical marijuana activists to travel to Washington
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"Two longtime Wisconsin medical marijuana activists are helping to spearhead a Washington D.C. memorial for a New Jersey multiple sclerosis patient and fellow medical marijuana activist who died of complications from the disease on June 7. Jacki Rickert and Gary Storck, from the group, Is My Medicine Legal YET? will be traveling to Washington to memorialize the late Cheryl Miller, and visit congressional offices with other medical marijuana patients and advocates September 22-23, 2003. The two worked closely with Cheryl and her husband Jim, joining them on a number of lobbying trips to Washington, including one in 1999, when Jim Miller was arrested as the foursome blocked the former Georgia Republican Rep. Bob Barr's office doorway, to protest his opposition to medical marijuana. Barr went on to lose a GOP primary in 2002 after the Libertarian Party began airing a TV commercial featuring the seriously ill and paralyzed Cheryl Miller asking Barr why he would keep medical marijuana from her."
 

MD: Man Who 'Had Enough' Kills Suspect
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"It happened at 2:30 yesterday morning. Glenn R. Ellis said an alarm alerted him that someone was tampering with his blue 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe, parked outside his Laurel apartment. Like other residents of the Fox Rest complex, Ellis said later, he has been a victim of thieves before. This time, he said, he 'had had enough.' "

"Ellis, 37, a tow truck driver, said he grabbed his 9mm Ruger handgun and rushed outside. 'Things just went crazy,' he recalled. He said he opened fire on four young men who were near his SUV." ...

"Ernest Sockwell, 16, was killed. A 23-year-old man, whom police declined to identify, was hospitalized in critical condition." ...
 

ID: TF leaders look at gun policy ... Proposal would allow gun dealers to buy weapons held by police department
Submitted by: George C. Kinslow II

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"Folks around Twin Falls tend to get riled when the subject of Second Amendment rights comes up."

"It's a fact of which City Council members are keenly aware. During the last election cycle two years ago, it became a flashpoint issue after city staffers mistakenly destroyed 174 seized firearms and air rifles by chopping them up at the city's shop."

"Mayor Lance Clow said staffers misunderstood a council action to table a discussion on gun disposal to mean that six years' worth of guns in storage were to be destroyed. The action triggered protests from some local gun shop owners and others. They said they should have had a chance to buy the guns."
 

South Africa: Record reaction time
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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Alternate Title: Disarmed Victim Rescued Safely . . . This Time

"A Sebokeng man who had been hijacked and tied up hand and foot was rescued and his abductors were arrested all within ten minutes on Wednesday, police reported on Thursday." ...

"Mofokeng was found in the bakkie bound and gagged but pleased at being rescued so soon after being hijacked."

"The arrested men, aged 17 and 19, would appear in the Vanderbijlpark magistrate's court on Friday in connection with a charge of armed robbery, Seete said."
 

NY: Deliveryman Shot, Robbed In Rego Park Subway Station
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.krafft/

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"A Queens deliveryman was robbed and shot in the hand inside an empty Rego Park subway station on Thursday night, police said."

"The victim—a 31-year-old Ecuadorian immigrant whose name was not released by authorities—had just finished making a delivery to a building on Yellowstone Boulevard when, shortly after 8 p.m., he was confronted by a man in the underpass of the R and G subway station at 67th Avenue and Queens Boulevard."

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Welcome to the "gun free" utopia of New York City, where the law abiding citizens are disarmed (save for politicians and a few rich celebrity elites) and left at the mercy of armed thugs.
 

IL: Chicago Cops supply gun in murder ----- arrest homeless man for their crime (Blog)
Submitted by: Chicagofarmer

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"Got that? This poor mope, Beuck, legally buys a gun, probably some time around 1966-67. He keeps the gun for 15 years or so, without incident, at which time he promptly complies with Chicago's unconstitutional gun ordinance and registers his gun with the City in 1983. He keeps the gun for another decade or so, until 1994, at which time he legally sells it to a cop. Nine years later, and after at least two police officers have ignored the gun ordinance, a career violent criminal (in violation of a half dozen state laws and City ordinances) somehow gets ahold of the gun and kills several coworkers. The cops track down Beuck, now homeless, and ask him about the gun. Beuck cooperates, tells the police what he knows, but because this homeless man cannot now produce records regarding the sale of his gun nine years ago, Beuck gets sent to Cook County Jail on $100,000 bond!"

"You gotta wonder what would have happened if the authorities had shown as much interest in locking up the murderer, Tapia, after any of his more than a dozen arrests as they did in locking away a 58 year old homeless guy who couldn't come up with the paperwork documenting a gun he sold nine years ago."
 

Australia: 30 Handguns Take a Walk out of an Australian Warehouse Belonging to a Security Firm
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"The idea that 30 Glock handguns can simply walk out of the warehouse of a western Sydney security firm is a disgrace."

"This newspaper has campaigned long and hard on the issue of gun crime, which sadly has become almost mundane in a city where such violence was long regarded as the stuff of Hollywood films."

"The recent roll-call of gun violence: 13 incidents since July 12 in which people were either killed or seriously injured."

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You would think that with those strict Australian gun laws, gun crime would be a rarity, wouldn't you? That is if you listen to Sarah Brady.
 

UK: Chigwell woman in hiding after double shooting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"The daughter of a Chigwell businessman has told police how she saw her father and cousin gunned down in a hail of bullets near the family's east London hotel."

"The 26-year-old woman was with her father, Amarjit Singh, 52, and his nephew, Rajinder Singh, 35, when both were shot. Police believe the killings could be linked to a dispute over parking spaces."

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This shouldn't happen in "gun free" England.
 

Japan: Weapons cache is found in ASDF member's home
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"An Air Self-Defense Force member who died in an explosion Sunday in the city of Okinawa kept an arsenal in his home, consisting of two antitank rockets, a U.S. military issue M-16 rifle and about 500 rounds of live ammunition, police said."

"The Okinawa Prefectural Police suspect Senior Master Sgt. Takio Tamura, 53, was handling munitions in violation of the explosives and firearms control laws. They will send papers on the dead man to prosecutors."

"Tamura died instantly in the explosion at a junkyard at 3:50 p.m. Sunday. He was stationed at the ASDF's Naha base."
 

OH: Falls burglary victim shoots suspect, 19
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"One man was shot and his alleged accomplice was held at gunpoint by a burglary victim at the Studio City apartments in Cuyahoga Falls early Tuesday, police said."

"The victim, Louis E. Caporaletti, 43, was awakened during the burglary attempt at 12:45 a.m. and confronted the two suspects, police said."

"During a scuffle, police said Caporaletti produced a 9 mm handgun, fired three times and wounded one of the suspects, 19-year-old Christopher D. Walker."

"Police said Caporaletti held the second suspect, 20-year-old Christopher H. Thrasher, at gunpoint until officers arrived at the 2299 Winter Parkway apartment."
 

Why Americans should celebrate Ashcroft's tour
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"Americans should celebrate the fact that Attorney General John Ashcroft has launched a public relations campaign to defend the USA Patriot Act, Libertarians say, because it proves that public opposition to the measure is growing." ...

"Americans are waking up to the fact that the federal government used September 11 as an excuse to declare a jihad against their civil rights... Ashcroft's tour could be a great opportunity to assess the damage inflicted by politicians whose first impulse is to blame the Constitution for the crimes of terrorists."
 

Stay issued in case against anti-tax author Schiff
Submitted by: P. Jones

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"An appellate court decided Wednesday to hear First Amendment issues raised by anti-tax author Irwin Schiff, a day before he was scheduled to be in court on contempt charges."

"His attorney, Michael Stein, said the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals stayed a District Court order that would have required Schiff to provide the government with the names of people who have bought Schiff's books since 1999."

"The court also will look at whether a federal judge can ban the sale of Schiff's book, as U.S. District Judge Lloyd George did in June."

"The American Civil Liberties Union entered the case as a friend of the court and called the appellate court decision 'good news for everybody who believes in freedom of speech,' said ACLU attorney Allen Lichtenstein."
 

Hunting With My Father
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"He made sure that the rifle was not loaded getting in and out of the vehicles. Still I was told, 'Treat every firearm like it is loaded all the time.' I was to double check every time I unloaded a weapon. Most of all, I marvel at his patience with me, now as I reflect on these years."

"Then when dad felt I was old enough, I was allowed to carry a .22 rifle along on the hunt. It was a single shot rifle and I had no ammo for it. This was to see that I always kept the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and safely handles this rifle. I did this for three years before I was allowed to hunt with a real rifle and ammo."
 

The Greatest Ignorance of the Greatest Number
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A May 1997 poll by the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press found that only 8 percent of the public could identify the name of Louis Freeh, the FBI director who presided over the most scandal-racked period of the nation’s premier law-enforcement agency."

"A January 1995 ABC News–Washington Post poll found that two months after the midterm congressional elections, only 39 percent of the public were aware of the 'Contract with America,' even though it had been the hottest ideological issue in congressional elections in recent decades."
 

Kenya: Gun gang robs cathedral
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"Four gunmen raided All Saints’ Cathedral, Nairobi, on Monday morning and stole the Sunday collection and worshippers’ mobile phones and cash. They had entered the cathedral, near the city centre, at 7.30 a.m., posing as worshippers arriving for an early service."

"The Anglican Communion News Service reports that they ordered the staff to open the safe, and found the Sunday offering of 700,000 Kenya shillings (£5800). No one was injured, but people were left badly shaken. The thieves escaped in a car after two hours, brandishing pistols as they went."
 

MN: County sheriff signs gun permits ‘under protest’
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"For Washington County residents applying for concealed-carry permits, $100 buys evidence of their sheriff’s disapproval."

"Since the Minnesota Personal Protection Act became law on May 28, Sheriff Jim Frank has signed each permit not only with his name, but with 'subrecuso' — a Latin word meaning 'under protest' — and the County Attorney’s Office has said he has every right to do it."

" 'I’m protesting the fact that I’m forced to sign and issue those permits to people that I don’t feel should be getting them,' he said."

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Email Sheriff Frank at sheriff@co.washington.mn.us to ask him why he's protesting a human right protected by the Constitution of the United States, a document he presumably swore to defend.
 

Lessons From The Third World: TSA Take Notes
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"Nearly 17% of the municipalities of Colombia have no military or police presence, and about half of the territory of the nation is vulnerable to occupation at any time by the Farc and a smaller left-wing guerrilla outfit (Eln) or the paramilitary self-defense groups that sprang up to resist the guerrillas."

"Uribe's solution was to empower the people and end the perceived need for the paramilitary groups. Specifically, he has proposed that 100,000 citizen soldiers be trained as other soldiers are, but that they be stationed in their own communities -- the communities that are now unprotected. The citizen soldiers guard their hometowns under the leadership of a smaller number of regular army non-commissioned officers." ...
 

Canada: Canada's Gun Registry Not A Crime-Fighting Tool
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"One of the concerns of gun registration everywhere is the potential for abuse. Breitkruez reports that there have been some suspicious break-ins of the homes of gun owners. It may be that the break-ins occurred with the help of information obtained illegally from the registry."

"Another downside of the gun registry has been the deterioration of relations between police and other citizens. The registry treats people as suspects, and many Canadians have simply refused to register their guns." ...

"For most Canadians, the biggest scandal of the gun registry is the enormous cost overrun and the subsequent cover-up." ...
 

Has Wally Klump Failed The Law, Or Has The Law Failed Wally?
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"...In this case, Federal Judge John M. Roll, U.S. District Court, Tucson, who jailed Klump April 21, 2003, for contempt of court for 'failing to follow the Court's order prohibiting the unauthorized grazing of cattle on government allotments.' It is common knowledge with his fellow inmates that he can get out of jail at anytime, by simply by having his family remove the 'criminal cows' from BLM lands in the Dos Cabezas area."

"But on this point, Klump will not budge."

"He is firmly convinced that the BLM lands belong to the family, not to the Bureau of Land Management. Indeed, his kin were running cattle in the Dos Cabezas long before the Bureau existed."
 

NJ: ATF satellite office to target Jersey City illegal gun trade
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"Jersey City is getting the state's first federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms satellite office, an opportunity for officials to take a shot at illegal gun dealers and gun-toting criminals." ...

"The satellite office is the first of its kind in New Jersey and the first satellite office opened in the nation in four years, Rothman said."

"The office will work to take guns off the streets of Jersey City and surrounding Hudson communities, and to trace the history of recovered guns to shut down people who are illegally selling them, Rothman said."
 

IN: Number of permits to carry gun rises
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"There were 687 gun permits issued in Grant County in the first six months of this year, according to statistics from the Indiana State Police."

"That's 17 more than were issued in all of 1998."

"And if the number of permits issued in the second half of this year keeps pace with the first half, the county will hit a six-year high for permits issued. There were 1,026 permits issued in 2002 and 1,053 in 2001."

"The county is on track to issuing 1,374 permits this year -- a 34-percent increase over last year and 30 percent more than the previous year."
 

CA: Coalition To Stop Gun Violence Heralds Passage of Landmark Handgun Safety Bill; Sen. Jack Scott's SB 489 First of its Kind in U.S.
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"The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence today heralded passage of SB 489 (Scott), which will make California the first state in the nation to require chamber load indicators and magazine disconnect devices on all newly designed semiautomatic handguns. The modifications could prevent as much as 24 percent of all unintentional shootings."
 

South Africa: 10-man gang steals cop's gun
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"Two Mpumalanga police officers were robbed of a firearm on Thursday morning when they were attacked by a group of 10 men, police reported."

"Captain Joseph Fundama said the two officers, based at Matsulu, were taking a complainant in an assault case to a clinic early on Thursday morning when they were attacked."

"The robbers attacked a police vehicle and then stole the firearm."

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In summary: The South African government is currently in the process of rendering its populace defenseless against armed thugs by taking away their right to defend themselves with firearms and forcing them to depend on the police to protect them -- police who are apparently incapable of stopping marauders from attacking them.
 

Australia: NSW police target gun thieves
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"A specialist team of detectives has been created to hunt down dozens of handguns stolen from a south-west Sydney security firm."

"Detectives from the state's Crime Command confirmed 31 Glock pistols and three revolvers were stolen during an armed robbery at Obliging Security Services at Chester Hill on Sunday night."

"Detective Superintendent Helen Begg said a sole security guard was forced at gunpoint to open a safe where the weapons were held."

"Det Supt Begg said police had pulled together a team of senior firearms trafficking detectives to hunt the guns and the two robbers."
 

VA: Judges Holster Police Gun Ban; Simpson Opposes Order To Disarm Deputies In Court
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A court order that required law enforcement officers to leave their weapons in a secure place at the courthouse door was suspended Tuesday at the request of Sheriff Stephen O. Simpson."

"Simpson said more staff will be needed to implement the new security measure and that he opposes the requirement to disarm his deputies." ...

"Let’s say a bailiff is overpowered and the gun is taken and then you’ve got a room full of cops who are targets and can’t do anything about it... Part of their training is retaining their weapons."
 

CA: State Assembly passes gun control bill
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FULL TEXT BELOW:

The state Assembly is attempting to curb accidental handgun shootings in California with a new bill. The 80-member lawmaking body passed it earlier today, requiring new safety designs on semiautomatic handguns sold in the state beginning in 2006.

The bill makes gun manufacturers add indicators that show if there is a bullet in the chamber, or render the gun impossible to fire if the ammunition magazine is not inserted.

Today's vote sends the bill back to the Senate for agreement to changes, then to Governor Davis.
 

Cut For Carry
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"In police jargon, 'CCW' rings as familiar as GTA (Grand Theft Auto), DUI (Driving Under the Influence) or ADW (Assault with a Deadly Weapon). CCW stands for Carrying a Concealed Weapon, and without proper licensing, it's a violation of the law in almost all jurisdictions. But there's good news, too. Some 33 states now have procedures in place that permit citizens with no criminal record and proper training to carry a concealed handgun."

"So it's no small wonder that Para Ordnance, the Canadian-based maker of some fine .45 pistols, has tagged its newest model with the CCW moniker. That's exactly the role for which this pistol is intended. After due consideration and evaluation shooting, it becomes obvious that a great deal of thought went into the equation. This is a well-thought-out pistol."
 

IL: Allow guns in workplace, says candidate
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" 'Would Chicago have been averted? Possibly,' said retired Air Force Maj. John Borling. 'If somebody had been able to take a gun from out from under the counter and defend themselves, that might have made a big difference.' "

"Borling favors a law allowing licensed gun owners to carry their weapons at restaurants, shopping malls and even the workplace."
 

Study: IRS Advisers Wrong on Tax Law
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"IRS employees at tax help centers gave correct answers to just 57 percent of tax law questions asked by Treasury Department investigators posing as taxpayers."

"The investigators concluded that approximately 500,000 taxpayers who visited the centers during the course of the study, from July to December 2002, could have received incorrect responses to their tax law questions."

"IRS employees provided complete and correct answers to 45 percent of the questions asked by auditors, and correct but incomplete answers in 12 percent of the cases."
 

Tyrant Insurance (New Poster)
Submitted by: SaveOurGuns.com

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Gun Control is life insurance for those Government Officials scheming to steal the rest of your Bill of Rights.
 

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