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Second Amendment Supporters: Battle Stations Everyone!
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Although it is still one year away, it is not too late to begin preparations for the war that will certainly be brought about by the decision of the Bush Administration as to whether to continue the Assault Weapons Ban or to just allow it to sunset."

"Bush will be faced with a tough political decision just weeks before the 2004 election. He must decide whether he will court the vote of the 'soccer mom' crowd, who has as their heroes Feinstein and Schumer, or stay with the political base that helped him get elected in 2000. I speak here of the supporters of the Second Amendment."
 

Did Your Representative Support Your Gun Rights?
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Take a look at how your representatives voted on your freedoms.
 

SB489: The Further Deterioration of the 2nd Amendment
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"The California legislature is well on its way to passing SB489. If enacted into law, SB489 would deem 'unsafe' any semi-automatic handgun that does not have a 'loaded chamber' indicator and 'magazine disconnect' feature on it. That covers basically every semi-automatic handgun in existence today."

"One might infer that the intent of this bill is to prevent 'accidental shootings' from occurring by handlers of semi-automatic handguns who claim that they thought the firearm was unloaded."

"Keep in mind that in order for such 'accidental shootings' to occur, three things have to happen. 1) The firearm must be loaded. 2) The operator of the firearm must point it at a person. 3) The operator of the firearm must pull the trigger."
 

United Socialist States of America
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"For starters, Democrats never met a tax they didn't like. So wedded to your money are they that all of the major candidates for Bush's job are pledging to negate the two tax cuts the president pushed through Congress. To hide their zeal for your productivity, they couch their quest in class warfare." ...

"Democrats are also champions of gun control but they can't help it because they're born-again hypocrites. They will surround themselves with all kinds of taxpayer-provided armed security while working feverishly to deny you and your family the right to protect yourselves."
 

Gun Violence is a Preventable Epidemic
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Firearms are the leading cause of injury-related death in Chicago. If food poisoning or faulty automobile tires were taking lives at the rate that firearms do, you can bet measures would be in place to prevent or reduce the toll."

"But we always seem to come at gun violence too late, after the trigger has been pulled."

"Punishing the shooter is obviously critical, but it does not restore the victim's life or provide much consolation to the grieving family."

"And, of course, in the case of suicide--which represents more than half of gun-related deaths each year--there is no one to punish."

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Another pathetic enemy of freedom tries to blame the tool by pushing for general disarmament.
 

Using budget to target gun laws
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Tiahrt's amendment would forbid the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives from requiring that gun dealers keep routine stock inventories and limit the ATF's ability to obtain dealers' sales records. Further, it would require that the ATF destroy records of gun-sales background checks within 24 hours..."

"The excesses of the USA Patriot Act have stirred legitimate concerns about threats to individual liberties. Concerns about Second Amendment liberties are no less legitimate. But there also are legitimate public safety justifications for adequate regulation of firearms dealers and examination and short-term retention of firearms sales records. The Tiahrt amendment represents an unacceptable trade-off."
 

Supreme Court Eyes Campaign Finance Laws
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"With presidential primaries fast approaching, the Supreme Court has begun a detailed look at the role of money in politics and the complicated rules governing those who give and receive."

"The court will hold a special one-day session Monday to examine whether a massive rewrite of the nation's campaign finance laws squares with constitutional free speech protections. The court's answer will govern how money is raised and spent in the 2004 election and beyond."
 

Ashcroft Defends Secret Searches in Patriot Act
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"With an oversize image of the U.S. flag as a backdrop, Attorney General John Ashcroft on Wednesday defended one of the most contentious police powers authorized by the USA Patriot Act -- secret government searches."

"Ashcroft, taking aim at congressional efforts to suspend the controversial anti-terrorism law's 'sneak and peek' search provision, warned the government would risk 'tipping off the terrorists' unless it had sufficient secrecy to conduct searches, identify suspects and coordinate arrests."
 

Patriot Act halts would-be investor
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A day after he completed the online application, however, he got a brief e-mail from Harrisdirect saying, 'We regret to inform you that we are unable to approve your application at this time: The customer's identity not properly authenticated per the USA Patriot Act.' " ...

"Clements is an unintended victim of Section 326 of the Patriot Act, which requires financial institutions to:

"Verify the identity of anyone opening an account."

"Maintain records of the information used to verify identity."

"Determine whether the person appears on any list of known or suspected terrorists or terrorist organizations."
 

NJ: Protest of bear hunt set
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Opponents of New Jersey's proposed bear hunt say Governor McGreevey has flip-flopped on the issue - and are planning to protest with their feet Saturday."

"Bear advocates plan to march at Drumthwacket, the governor's mansion on Route 206 in Princeton, beginning at 11 a.m. Organizers say some of the demonstrators will be wearing flip-flops - symbolic of McGreevey's change of heart on the issue when he became governor."

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In New Jersey, self-defense is practically banned, overpopulations of bears are on the increase and becoming more aggressive -- and these people want to keep it that way, because bear life is apparently more valuable than human life in their warped universe.
 

TX: Man claims excessive force, demands $600,000
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A Baytown man who claims he was abused by a policeman using a Taser last month now wants $600,000 or he will sue the city."

"Robert Stanley’s attorney claims he is the victim of excessive force and that his constitutional rights were violated. The attorney demands that the city make a payment or face a federal lawsuit within 60 days of the letter."

"Stanley is represented by Houston attorney D. Matthew Freeman, who also represents Baytonian Naomi Autin, who says she was injured and knocked unconscious by an overzealous Baytown officer."
 

TX: Texas High gets locked down after BB pistol discovered
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A Texas High School sophomore was arrested Thursday after an unloaded BB pistol was found in a backpack on a bus."

"The campus was locked down for about half an hour, according to Texarkana Independent School District spokeswoman Barbara Lewis." ...

"Students were confined to their classrooms until police and campus officials located the BB gun, which had been placed in another student's backpack. Police took the sophomore suspect to Bi-State Justice Center where the student was charged with felony possession of the gun."
 

NC: Old military weapons go to N.C. law enforcement
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"A police officer patrolling the gardens of the North Carolina Arboretum, near Asheville, carries a machine gun. Preparing to face drug suspects, Greensboro police officers arm themselves with bayonets."

"Both seemingly far-fetched scenarios are possible under a federal program that supplies surplus military equipment to local law-enforcement agencies."

"In North Carolina, $84 million in equipment has been handed out since 1994, putting M-16s, grenade launchers, Humvees, mine detectors and bayonets into local police arsenals, the News & Record of Greensboro reported Friday."
 

AK: Alaska Passes Anti-Patriot Act Resolution; Second State to Oppose Feds
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Alaska has joined a growing national rebellion against the USA Patriot Act, voting to oppose the massive federal anti-terrorism law passed by Congress soon after Sept. 11, 2001."

"The state Legislature used some of the strongest language yet in passing a resolution condemning USA Patriot, following the lead of Hawaii and 112 cities, towns and counties around the country that have passed similar resolutions against the law."
 

FL: Patriot Act II protest
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"Proposed changes to the Patriot Act have spurred Broward County to look at passing a resolution objecting to them."

"Polk County Commissioners have been asked to the do the same, but they want County Attorney Joe Jarret to research the issue first."

"Jarret said he will review the Patriot Act, the 'enhancements' being put before national legislators and the proposed Broward County resolution, and bring it back to commissioners at the board's Sept. 17 meeting."
 

CA: Women wary after downtown attacks
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"A man who attacked two women downtown this week remained on the loose Thursday, but women who work and shop downtown say that has not changed their lives."

"But they are more cautious, they say." ...

"Some downtown employers said they have handed out prevention information, posted sketches of the suspect and are making sure their employees don’t walk into parking garages or lots alone, especially at night."

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Notice that not one tip to prevent becoming a victim listed in this story lists carrying or using a firearm in self defense.
 

CT: A Shot In Dark Not The Most Prudent Course
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"Two days after shooting an intruder in the stomach while guarding his twice-burglarized, vacant boyhood home, a legally blind Norwich farmer said that his wife and son were pleased." ...

"Silently or otherwise, many rugged individualists or wimpy wannabe's will likely join in the applause. But before the George Blacker story gets co-opted by the National Rifle Association or turns up on Talk TV ('Blind farmer takes wild shot to defend homestead!'), let's not forget the way things mighthave turned out late last Friday night."

"Blacker could have killed someone."

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God forbid we see the positive in a victim defending life and property against thugs! He might have harmed the criminal!
 

Marksmanship team seeks pistol shooters
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"The Army Pistol Team is looking for highly motivated, disciplined and competitive by nature active duty soldiers, Gibbs said, adding that no previous competitive shooting experience is required."

"Staff sergeant and below with fewer than 15 years service, who obtain approval from their commanders, can travel to Fort Benning in April to train. The soldiers are trained in advanced marksmanship skills. Following training, pistol team officials will select shooters to participate in the Interservice Championships in June and the National Matches in July."
 

IA: Grassley will push bill to build range
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"Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, announced Thursday that a Commerce, Justice and State spending bill would give $1 million to Council Bluffs for a new Police Department firing range."

"Grassley helped secure more than $3.5 million for projects in Iowa, including the new range."

"The Police Department's current range, located next to the Council Bluffs Municipal Airport, was closed July 15, 2002, and has been used on a very limited basis late at night when the airport is unoccupied."
 

CA: McClintock 'Most Qualified'
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"Nationally syndicated talk radio host Michael Savage weighed in on the California governor's race, offering strong praise for State Sen. Tom McClintock." ...

"And there are signs that Republican support for Schwarzenegger may be hemorrhaging in the wake of scandal disclosures and a greater focus on his qualifications."

"McClintock told Savage that a poll conducted by several statewide organizations had him in a statistical dead heat with Schwarzenegger and Democrat Cruz Bustamante."
 

LA: Two women capture suspects
Submitted by: John Fansler

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"Two women with knees bent and feet planted wide apart to ensure a steady aim held a pair of would-be burglars at gunpoint Thursday afternoon until West Baton Rouge sheriff's deputies could arrest the suspects, the Sheriff's Office said." ...

"John Fairchild's wife, Dana, was on her way out of town when she noticed something going on at her neighbor's house, John Fairchild said."

"On closer inspection, she saw another neighbor pointing a gun at the two men, John Fairchild said."

"John Fairchild said his wife always carries a weapon when traveling."

"After sizing up the situation, Dana Fairchild grabbed her gun and joined her neighbor, John Fairchild said."
 

UK: Robbers warned: You will be caught and jailed
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"Following the jailing of one of the town’s prolific offenders, the head of Oldham CID has issued a stark warning."

"Speaking after the jailing of 20-year-old Steven Reid who committed a series of robberies on people in and around Oldham bus station, Det Chief Insp John Piekos said: 'Street robbery is a serious offence and it carries a serious penalty. We will not tolerate it in this town.' "

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Oooh! I bet the robbers are really scared now and are going to stop!
 

CA: Crime victim's suit against shop reinstated
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"A man who was attacked at a taco shop three years ago can sue the owner because the employees did nothing while the man was beaten, stabbed and had his throat slit, an appeals court has ruled."

"In a decision issued Wednesday, the San Diego-based 4th District Court of Appeal reinstated a lawsuit brought by Charles E. Morris IV against Victoria's Taco Shop in the south San Diego neighborhood of Nestor."

"The justices ruled the employees had a duty to take 'reasonable steps in response to the ongoing criminal conduct' and that a jury could decide if that duty was breached."

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In a state hostile to legitimate self-defense, gun owners, and CCW, this case is a textbook example of what you end up with.
 

TX: Fake Cops intrude while family sleeps
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"One man is in a hospital after a group of men broke into his home early Friday morning and beat him."

"A family of seven was asleep when three heavily armed men forced their way inside the family's home around 3:30 a.m. claiming to be Houston Police Department narcotics officers." ...

"According to authorities, the gunmen pistol-whipped the children's uncle trying to force him into divulging where valuables might have been hidden. He was transported to LBJ Hospital with bumps and bruises."

"The gunmen left empty-handed after spending about 10 minutes inside the home."
 

VA: Bush's War On Cops
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"Richmond's police were praised from all points on the political spectrum--from the Clinton administration to the NRA--for halving the city's murder rate in the 1990s. One hundred and sixty people were killed in Richmond in 1994, and 70 in 2001. Richmond's method was simple: a concentrated program of aggressive beat policing and strict enforcement of gun laws."

"But now, Wallis and many of his colleagues report, they simply can't mount such focused campaigns. Richmond is in the throes of a manpower shortage that has stripped cops off street beats and forced the city to change its neighborhood policing strategies." ...

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Another example of shifting the blame; let the people arm themselves!
 

UK: Samurai Sword Killer Avoids Jail Term
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"A Samurai sword-wielding man who killed a British councilor who had intervened to rescue his MP boss escaped a life sentence on Thursday but was instead committed indefinitely to a secure hospital."

"Robert Ashman was convicted in April of trying to kill Nigel Jones, the Liberal Democrat MP for the West Country town of Cheltenham, in an 'explosion of violence' at his offices three years ago."

"He also admitted the manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility of Jones' assistant, Andrew Pennington, a local councilor who had leapt to the politician's aid."

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What do you expect in a country that prosecutes and jails citizens for defending themselves and their property, lets robbers sue those who defend themselves and issues slaps on the wrist to revolting baby rapists?
 

MI: Gun Laws: Court ruling reflects official hypocrisy on gun free zones
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"Michigan's courts haven't had much credibility on concealed weapons since the Supreme Court blocked a state referendum on the issue in 2001."

"Nevertheless, the courts this week properly applied state law on concealed weapons - in the process producing a result that shows how utterly hypocritical that law is."

"The Supreme Court upheld a Court of Appeals ruling that nullified a Ferndale ordinance making city buildings gun-free zones. The appeals court said such ordinances as Ferndale's - and one in East Lansing - are pre-empted by state law. And that's the way the law is written."

"Now, even the liberalized state law on concealed weapons carries numerous exceptions on where guns can be carried ... schools, sports stadiums, churches and college classrooms among them."

"Court buildings also are 'gun free.' "

"The argument for liberal laws is that concealed guns carried by law-abiding citizens can deter, or even stop, criminal behavior."
 

NY: Activists put governor in cross hairs
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Animal activists vowed Thursday to hunt down Gov. George Pataki and stalk campaigning state legislators who voted against a bill to ban the hunting of fenced-in animals in New York."

"The bill to end 'canned hunting' -- releasing game animals into confined areas for guaranteed kills -- passed the Legislature this year but was vetoed by Pataki. He suggested that the state start regulating the industry, which activists likened to state-sanctioned cock- or dog-fighting."
 

OH: Gross Negligence: Ohio State Highway Patrol bureaucrats respond to pro-CCW email
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry PAC
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The Buckeye State Sheriffs Association and Fraternal Order of Police are calling the Ohio State Highway Patrol to the table to explain why they continue to endorse Taft's unsafe "Carjacker protection" language in HB12. Ohioans For Concealed Carry has learned that the OSHP is hearing from more than just these two major law enforcement groups.

Read the form letter they're sending in response to pro-CCW emails, and you'll know why its time to switch from email to phone calls (1-877-7-PATROL).
 

UK: Man who raped infant only sentenced to five years in prison
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"Child protection organisations have expressed outrage over the five-year sentence imposed on a 43-year-old man who raped a 13-month-old baby girl and photographed himself in the vile act."

"James Taylor, from Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, who is a father of three children aged 15, 13 and 11, pleaded guilty to the attack."

"He also admitted to lewd and libidinous behaviour towards a six-year-old girl and to possessing [2,280] indecent images of children."

"The offences were committed between August 1998 and December last year at Taylor's home in Grangemouth, Stirlingshire, the court heard."

"Taylor was caught during a Metropolitan Police probe into child pornography distributors on the internet." ...
 

TX: More than 100 weapons stolen in string of gun shop thefts
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"Recent gun thefts in Houston are worse than first thought by police. We've now learned more than 100 weapons, mostly semi-automatic pistols and rifles, were stolen from four Houston area gun shops. Now police are turning to you for help."

"The four break-ins happened in the space of six weeks. While authorities won't say if the burglaries are related, they will say the break-ins have similarities they hope will lead them to the thieves."
 

Australia: Air crew pull gun on woman
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"Four crew members of a foreign air force pointed a gun at a woman motorist as she drove into a popular Territory shopping centre."

"The incident has sparked a major police investigation. The investigation has been extended into Asia in a bid to track down the gunmen."

"Police last night confirmed they were investigating the incident which took place on the corner of Trower Rd and Vanderlin Dve in Darwin."

"The terrified motorist told police the men, in a car in front of her at the Casuarina Square traffic lights, pointed a silver pistol at her."
 

NH: Free gun locks to be given out this weekend in Kittery
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"More than 100,000 free gun locks are being distributed within the state this week as a part of the national Project ChildSafe (PCS) initiative."

"Today and Saturday, gun locks will be given away at the Kittery Trading Post, and on Sunday more locks will be dropped off at the police department."
 

UK: Gun robbers strike in gun free England
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"Armed robbers escaped with up to £25,000 in cash after threatening a security guard with a handgun near a Collier Row bank." ...

"A Securicor van was calling at the Lloyds TSB bank in Collier Row Road when one of the guards was approached by a man armed with a gun who came across the road from the direction of the nearby Budgens store."

"He jumped over railings and grabbed the guard, forcing him to the ground and threatening him with the gun."
 

UK: Police in gun purge
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"Officers today revealed that Operation Midsummer had led to seizures of more than £1.2 million worth of drugs across the region."

"And they confirmed that the scale of the violence involved in the city's drugs scene had been one of the main reasons for the exercise."

"Det Supt Paul Broadbent, who led the operation, said gangland-style violence had been a growing concern."

"The success of the operation – which targeted homes and industrial units daily – halted drug-related violence, he said."
 

IL: "Dial-a-Snitch" program gives away $500 belonging to the taxpayers
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"Quad City Crime Stoppers and local police departments want your help putting gun-toting felons behind bars. Today, the group announced it will hand over a $500 reward for anyone who turns in a felon with a gun. 'Any felon in possession of a firearm, and that's not using a firearm that's simply possessing one or even a single bullet, faces up to ten years in prison,' according to U.S. Attorney Jan Paul Miller."

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How exactly the dial-a-snitches are supposed to tell a gun-totin' felon from a gun-totin' law-abiding citizen is anyone's guess. But it sure sounds like the police want folks to simply rat out their neighbors for exercising their rights.
 

AK: Taking a young person hunting requires planning and patience
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" 'It's vitally important that we actively recruit and mentor our kids in our hunting heritage,' said Larry Lewis, the man responsible for the inception of 'Take A Young Person Hunting Week' here in Alaska."

"In order to pass on that heritage, hunters need to teach kids about hunting equipment, methods and ethics. This teaching should begin long before going into the field with a loaded firearm, according to Lewis."

"Hunting always means a lot of prior planning and this goes double when taking a young person hunting."
 

TX: Former deputy constable convicted of threatening trash crew
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"A former deputy constable who brandished a semiautomatic rifle in front of three garbage collectors whose truck had blocked his way home has been ordered to give up his Texas peace officer's license."

"Harris County Court-at-Law Judge Michael Peters also ordered Gerardo M. Pascual on Thursday to pay $500 plus court costs. The 43-year-old man was convicted of disorderly conduct for showing a firearm with intent to incite fear."
 

UK: Life for thug who raped a man
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"An armed thug who talked his way into a young man's flat, forced him to strip at gunpoint, tied him up and raped him has been jailed for life."

"Bradley Subosits, 22, fled after being interrupted by the victim's flatmate, but left his crutch behind from Oldchurch Hospital Romford, which police managed to trace back to him."

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Meanwhile, a vile scumbag who raped a baby and took pictures gets a slap on the wrist. Is this a case of "the gun makes the crime more vicious"?
 

NV: Shooting from the hip on guns at meetings
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"When Othniel Askew shot and killed City Councilman James E. Davis inside New York City Hall on July 23, one of my first thoughts was, we're next."

"If ever there was a place ripe for such a shooting, Pahrump is it. After all, this valley has no shortage of ... um ... fringe thinkers, and many of them are armed. They want you to know it, too. They wear their handguns proudly on their hips like teenagers in designer jeans."

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So according to this paranoid coward anyone who chooses to exercise their rights is part of the "fringe." Sounds like we should be more afraid of delusional, unhinged loons like him, who become irrational at the sight of a firearm. Email away: hbrean@pvtimes.com.
 

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