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TX: Cash rewards offered for school "crime" tips
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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First story on page.

Students in 21 Houston-area school districts can receive rewards of $50 to $5,000 for tipping law enforcement officials on school crimes ranging from weapons to vandalism.

The program's primary targets are weapons and drugs on campus. Callers whose information leads to a gun being confiscated from a student receive a $1,000 award. Students who turn in found guns receive $300.
 

Guns and Security
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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True, some polls have shown a recent slippage in public support for stronger regulation of guns. But most Americans, surely, can still see the value of measures to promote gun safety and check out gun buyers. Such steps will enhance everyone's security.
 

Canada: Telling the State About Your Love Affairs (For Gun Registration!)
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Question 19f reads: "During the past two years, have you experienced a divorce, a separation, a breakdown of a significant relationship, job loss or bankruptcy?"

And then, "If you answer YES to any of the questions...please provide details on a separate page." This will trigger an investigation.
 

Get Over "Fuzzy Labels"
Submitted by: SaveOurGuns
Website: http://www.saveourguns.com

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Bill of Rights enforcement: Your duty - Be prepared.
 

NYC: City Bank Heists Soar
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From the Big Apple, which imposes some of the nation's strictest gun prohibitions, the truth is there if only people will see it:

"Another police source said there is less fear of a confrontation robbing a bank. At a grocery stickup, the robber might be confronted with an owner packing a gun or swinging a baseball bat."
 

MD: New gun safety law under fire
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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A new gun-control law that takes effect tomorrow will force Maryland customers to watch a two-hour movie on gun safety before buying a firearm a requirement that draws hoots from critics, who say it will do nothing to prevent gun crime or violence.
 

ACLU Exec Voices Concerns
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The year 2001 was not a great one to be a civil libertarian.

Polls taken after Sept. 11 suggest overwhelming support for Attorney General John Ashcroft's strong police measures, and Ashcroft recently claimed his most strident critics are practically "aiding terrorists."

Even the famous American Civil Liberties Union, founded in 1920, has had a mixed history of defending liberty in times of national crisis.
 

Washington routs Hessians
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Hundreds of spectators, from the idle curious to the most serious history enthusiast, gathered Saturday at Trenton's War Monument to commemorate Gen. George Washington's first victory in the American Revolution 225 years ago.

"I'm in the middle of a war," a woman said over the phone to a friend. "Looks like they took out a lot of them with that one." She laughed.

KABA NOTE: But does she understand the implications of what she is seeing reenacted???
 

TN: Appeals court agrees family can sue cops
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A family who sued three undercover police officers in the shooting death six years ago of a man wielding a shotgun to protect his daughter-in-law from potential robbers will get their day in court.

The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Cincinnati has upheld a lower court's ruling that denied the officers qualified immunity. This means the family of Royal Claybrook may pursue their lawsuit claiming the officers used excessive force when they shot him.
 

AL: State law on guns for minors weak, prosecutor says
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Calhoun County's top prosecutor says Alabama law on guns in the hands of juveniles is weak and should be more in line with federal statutes.

"We only have two statutes that say anything about the delivery of guns to juveniles, and a $50 to $500 fine is just weak," District Attorney Joe Hubbard says.
 

CO: Cop denies suit's claim he shot Rohrbough (followup)
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Denver police Sgt. Daniel O'Shea, accused in court papers of shooting and killing Columbine High School student Daniel Rohrbough, vehemently denied the claims Friday in an interview with 9News reporter Ginger Delgado.

"I arrived at Columbine after that boy was shot," O'Shea told 9News. "I did not kill anybody at Columbine, and I, like everyone else there, gave my best. I'm deeply hurt by these allegations."
 

TX: Local handgun sales steady, handgun instructors busy
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Despite national reports of a run on guns since Sept. 11, local retailers say sales have remained steady and any increases can be attributed to normal hunting season sales and holiday gift-giving.

However, several gun safety instructors said they have seen increases in the number of people signing up for concealed handgun training since the terrorist attacks.
 

Passenger Response Training Could Improve Air Security
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Passengers are now expected to take action during a crisis. In return, they deserve a briefing and some form of compensation to encourage participation. The Passenger Volunteer Program(tm) will help improve flight security and reassure a nervous flying public. It is a fresh opportunity for the airlines to market their mileage awards programs and elite airport lounge facilities at a time when the industry needs a boost and should pay for itself," said Chapman of HWCIntegrated.
 

Women's gun rights group expanding (TX-AFA)
Submitted by: Dennis Jackson

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Armed Females of America has expanded into Texas with the appointment of Kate Graham as Texas Director.
 

Lax U.S. gun control is a benefit to terrorists (followup)
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.keepandbeararms.com/Nicki

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Highly inflammatory and sarcastic commentary touting even MORE gun control as desirable in the aftermath of the September attacks!

The author conveniently forgets the attackers didn't use guns, and yet he shrieks, "How much better it would have been in the aftermath of Sept. 11 for Americans, rather than rushing out mindlessly to purchase ineffective, feel-good weapons, to have demanded the tightening of controls to help keep firearms from those who terrorize the lives of half the world."
 

MD: Pr. George's Yet to Finish Overhaul of Police Force
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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Almost six months after a 10-point plan to clamp down on police misconduct in Prince George's County was presented, most of the changes have yet to be implemented.

Among the unmet goals -- a team to probe shootings by officers.
 

The Patriotism Enforcers
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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Nat Hentoff reminds us of the meaning of "Americanism."
 

U.S. keeps its eye on terrorist suspects
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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In an effort to quell terrorism, capture Osama bin Laden and root out terrorist "sleeper" cells in the US, more than 150 individuals or groups suspected of links to bin Laden are under covert surveillance in the United States.

Captured al-Qaida figthers are also being questioned, but are frustrating interrogators with their silence.
 

Property Owners, Feds Face Off
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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Ranchers are squaring off against the Feds, as numerous Westerners claim their property rights are being violated by federal regulations supposedly meant to protect the environment.
 

Planted Lynx Fur In Habitat Survey Upsets Legislators (followup)
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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SHOCKER! More possible government corruption! -- Some legislators want a full investigation into whether government biologists planted lynx fur in two national forests in order to keep people out.
 

Liberty and the Common Good
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr. defines what it is to truly stand for liberty and proudly reaffirms his and the Mises Institute's commitment to true freedom.
 

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