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Klingons on Ice
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The oppressor-state we find ourselves living in today is founded on lies: the lie that people are incompetent to feed and clothe and house and transport themselves without increasingly intrusive and abusive government supervision; the lie that they can't even be trusted to defend themselves physically, but must be watched over by masked baby-killers in black Kevlar, wielding submachineguns. A lot of time and effort is expended to maintain these lies and countless thousands more like them.
 

LA: A haven for illegal gun purchasers, "foundation says"
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Louisiana has been working for two years to improve its records system to keep firearms out of the hands of the wrong people, a state police official said.

Capt. Mike Edmonson, in an interview, said the new $5 million automated record system will be operational by this summer.

KABA NOTE: Why are all these officials working so hard to "prove" themselves to AGS? Who cares what they think anyway?
 

NC: Liddy Dole Wins Support in (North) Carolina
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Elizabeth Dole has been quietly charming the voters in North Carolina and leads the pack to replace Jesse Helms next year in the U.S. Senate. "And the Tarheel native is proving she's no Hillary Clinton carpetbagger."...
 

PA: Police Commissioner Flunks Group For Poor Research Of State Gun Checks
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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Col. Evanko said, "AGSF acknowledges that there are no cases of ineligible persons obtaining approvals to buy firearms in Pennsylvania, and it admits that we are one of only 18 states that have closed the so-called gun show loophole. Based on those facts alone, I think it's clear that Pennsylvania should get an 'A' for its efforts."
 

AR, OK: Keating to hunt duck on bowl bet
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee will pay off his bet Saturday with Gov. Frank Keating for his state university football team's Cotton Bowl loss to the Oklahoma Sooners.

The governors wagered hunting trips on the outcome of the Jan. 1 football game in Dallas between OU and the University of Arkansas.

Because OU beat Arkansas 10-3, Huckabee must treat Keating to a duck hunt near Weiner, Ark., in the northeastern part of the state.
 

KS: Officials dispute that felons buy guns
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A study of background checks alleges hundreds of Kansans bought guns illegally. Not so, ATF and KBI agents say.

State and federal officials challenged the accuracy of a report issued Wednesday that claimed an inadequate system of criminal background checks allowed 10,000 felons to buy guns over the past three years.
 

IL, Chicago: NRA's Eddie Eagle Breaks Political Sound Barrier
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The National Rifle Association's Eddie Eagle swooped down on Chicago's Duke Ellington School today, wowing students with his simple, yet effective gun safety message.

Spearheaded by ISRA member Reginald Vaughn, today's event is believed to be the first time that the actual Eddie Eagle program was presented in a Chicago public school.
 

SAF Calls for Moratorium On All New Gun Laws
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) today called for an immediate moratorium on the passage of all new gun laws until states and the federal government can update their computerized records on felony convictions and mental disabilities...
 

Performing a Historectomy on America
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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First, let me make clear that I am not referring to a hysterectomy, or removal of the uterus, but a historectomy, or removal of our history. Contrast my upbringing with what today's kids are exposed to:...

the last generation of Americans has been taught little of the foundations of their country. And what they were taught was often negative. What they saw in movies only served to strengthen this negative impression.
 

Grizzly hairs from rug used in Washington state "study"
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Hairs from a grizzly bear rug were sought legitimately as part of a control sample study of the rare creatures along the Canadian border, officials leading the survey said.

Federal and state biologists have admitted to submitting falsified samples of lynx hair in a separate study, creating an increased scrutiny of many surveys involving endangered species.
 

WA: High time to close "gun-show loophole"
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Every year, gun dealers peddle their wares at an estimated 60 gun shows in Washington — bazaars that sometimes provide easy one-stop shopping for people who should not have access to guns.

"Law-abiding citizens buy from licensed dealers who conduct background checks." But criminals, wife beaters and the mentally unstable may be drawn to tables at the same gun shows marked "private sale." A legal loophole allows unlicensed, private sellers to sell without background checks.
 

CO: Chlouber gun bill draws fire (Shall-issue CCW)
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Gun-control groups are drawing a bead on Gov. Bill Owens' call for a statewide standard for issuing concealed weapons permits, saying it will "put more firearms in the wrong hands."

Currently a police chief or sheriff can set his or her own criteria for issuing the permits. Some do so freely. In other jurisdictions, it's almost impossible to get a permit.
 

WA: First shot in gun range plan
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The hills north of Sultan could echo with the sound of rifle shots if a proposal to build a county gun range there gets the nod.

But turning the newly released proposal into reality would require the support of Snohomish County politicians and $2.7 to $4 million in funding at a time when county budgets are growing tight.
 

CCRKBA Wants to Close 'Gun Free School Zone' Loophole
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Tuesday's shooting of two students at Martin Luther King, Jr. High School in New York is proof that the "Gun Free School Zone" loophole must be closed, said the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA).

Two students were seriously wounded in the afternoon shooting by another student, now in police custody. The school is located on Manhattan's Upper West Side near Lincoln Center.
 

Gephardt 'Deeply Disappointed' With Airport Security Changes
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Despite the added security checks scheduled to take effect Friday at the nation's airports, House Minority Leader Dick Gephardt (D-Mo.) says he is "deeply disappointed" that the Bush administration will fail to meet the "statutory deadline for screening all checked baggage for bombs."
 

Senators take fresh look at Waco evidence
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A small group of senators is set to take a fresh look at materials that cast doubt on former special counsel John Danforth's conclusion that FBI agents did not fire on Branch Davidians who were fleeing their burning Mount Carmel complex outside of Waco, Texas, nearly nine years ago.
 

This is the National I.D.
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The National I.D. is being imposed upon the American people through State Drivers License protocols.

In my first technology video entitled “Iridium”, I showed the text of the 1996 Immigration Reform bill that required that all states implement “protocols” in their State Drivers Licenses (uniform criteria) that would create a de facto National ID by October 1st of the year 2000. Due to the diligence of patriots and Christians who recognized this ploy for what it clearly was...
 

IL: Letter to Dupage County Sheriff
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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DuPage County Sheriff Zaruba:

Your Office Wrote:

"As per the Office of the DuPage County State's Attorney it is my belief that if you transport your weapon in a locked case, unloaded and not immediately accessible, you would not be in violation of the statute that you have referenced in your communication to me." (720 ILCS 5/24-1)...
 

NRA Recognizes Smithsonian Rifle as "National Treasure"
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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On Saturday, January 12, 2002, National Rifle Association First Vice President Kayne Robinson presented a special gold medallion to Acting Director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, Marc J. Pachter.

The medallion recognizes a single rifle, once owned by President Abraham Lincoln, and now part of the Smithsonian collection, as America’s premiere historic firearms treasure.
 

New Joyce Foundation President
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The Joyce Foundation, a major supporter of "gun-violence prevention programs" (anti-gun lies and propaganda), has elected Ellen Alberding as its new president, succeeding Paula DiPerna.
 

Humvees with machine guns guard Pentagon road
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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If you're driving a big truck with more than two axles, or more than four tires even, on the part of Highway 110 that runs alongside the Pentagon, don't even think about suddenly veering off toward the nation's military headquarters. If you do, you will more than likely be mowed down by two M-60, 7.62-caliber machine guns mounted atop Humvees posted along the highway approaches.
 

PA: Suspect: Bought gun despite warrant
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A man accused of shooting two people to death outside a Lancaster city nightclub on Dec. 23 was able to buy a handgun hours before the slayings, despite being wanted for a 1999 killing in New York City.

KABA NOTE: Like we've always said, the NICS was just a feel-good law to postpone anti-gunners' from saying what they are saying now. NICS never prevented any criminal from buying a gun.
 

TN: Fifth-graders say teacher talked about bringing gun
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Goodlettsville Middle School students accused a fifth-grade teacher of saying yesterday that she needed to bring a gun to school to "control the class," Metro police said.

Teacher Katherine Holmes was "removed from the classroom" pending a school-system investigation.
 

The Conservative Agenda 2002: Gun Owners' Rights
Submitted by: John Fansler

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"The continued attack on private sales at gun shows is likely to be the hardest push coming from gun control forces both in and out of Congress," Pratt said. "They put their heads together after September 11 and decided that, even though guns weren't used in the biggest mass murder in American history, they would go ahead and try to link terrorism to gun shows."

--A lot of powerful democrats that would like to see the Second Amendment reepealed and the private ownership of firearms outlawed.
 

Less Guns, More Gun Crime: Gun Control in Action
Submitted by: Ian Roberts

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A logic-based editorial on the British nightmare gun control experiment of the last decade.
 

MD: 'I Look Back in Amazement...'
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"When the gun lobby tried to stop us from instituting sensible tough new restrictions on buying guns, Maryland met the challenge, and today we have the strictest gun laws in the nation..." --Excerpts from Gov. Parris N. Glendening's State of the State address
 

SC: Women Take on Firing Range
Submitted by: Carma Lewis
Website: http://www.armedfemalesofamerica.com

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"If my house was ever broken into, I would like to think I would have some of those safety training rules that would help me decide when I can shoot and when not to shoot," she said. "So coming here is like having a fire escape plan. You have a plan what you should do if, God forbid, you need to defend yourself."
 

RI: Bid to limit state house guns pulled
Submitted by: Bill Armstrong

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Director drops plan to bar police legislators from carrying guns in the Capitol.
 

RI: Gun "safety" group gives RI 'D' grade on gun checks
Submitted by: BIll Armstrong

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--Americans for gun safety(?) is at it again with fuzzy math. How do you get an 'A'?
 

SC: Group gives S.C. background checks low grade
Submitted by: Rick Daniel
Website: http://www.gosc.org

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South Carolina received a near-failing grade Wednesday for its system of background checks that let 305 felons and others illegally buy firearms during a 30-month period, according to a report by a gun control advocacy group.

But one of South Carolina's top law enforcement officers said the report is false and defended the state's procedure of doing background checks on gun buyers.

KABA NOTE: You bet it's false! The state hasn't done background checks for gun sales for over a year now. Dealers call in direct to the FBI/ATF.
 

MD: Gun seizure prompts House Bill 55
Submitted by: rfawcs

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In 1983, at the age of 23, Larry Dicken got in a shoving match resulting from a property boundary dispute and was convicted of misdemeanor battery, as was the other party involved in the mutual confrontation. Because of that, 18 years later -- in August of this past year -- Maryland State Police came to Dicken's Louise Drive home and confiscated all 14 of his firearms.
 

CO, Stratton: A lesson for big cities on concealed arms laws
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Little Stratton, Colo. (pop. 649) is in the vanguard of civil rights. Police Chief Brian Hill and town council members decided recently to issue permits to carry concealed firearms not only to qualified residents of Stratton but to any Coloradoans who qualify under state law." --Dr. Timothy Wheeler
 

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