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U.N. Global Tax Police Coming to Get You
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A plan for a new tax structure is emerging which makes no attempt to mask its goals of income redistribution and the reduction of national sovereignty.

This scheme is not coming from that great deliberative body on the Potomac, but from the third world-dominated General Assembly on the East River.
 

CA: Gov. Gray Davis is fighting to broaden his authority
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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As he enters a tough re-election campaign, Gov. Gray Davis is assuming unprecedented powers that have landed him in court with key legislators and civil libertarians.

Davis, a Democrat in the final year of his first term, has exercised emergency powers to cope with the electricity crisis, pushed to keep some criminals locked up indefinitely past their release dates, and tangled with the Legislature over his veto authority.
 

CO: Columbine parents reveal tape
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Rohrbough's parents contend their 15-year-old son was shot by Denver Police officer Daniel O'Shea and that Deputy Jim Taylor saw the shooting while standing near O'Shea.

On Wednesday, they played a taped conversation they say proves an Arapahoe County sheriff's deputy watched as their son was fatally shot.
 

Jurisnuisance
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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Of course, a firearms manufacturer understands that a gun is a potentially deadly weapon, but so is a knife and a fast car — and a TV, for that matter, tossed into someone's bubble bath. To legally argue such, however, is a stretch that no fair-minded person ought to give the time of day. This kind of cashing in as jurisprudence will spread like a fungus throughout our society.
 

UK: More muggers turning to guns
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz

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MUGGERS are increasingly turning to real or imitation guns to get their way on the streets of London. Only weeks ago Commander Alan Brown, head of Scotland Yard’s Flying Squad, warned that muggings involving real and fake firearms had risen by 53% in the past eight months.

(And this is in "We're better than America because we outlaw guns" England...)
 

"The only day of the year"
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.keepandbeararms.com/Nicki

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"I know that far more Americans die from car accidents and gun violence and that the AIDS epidemic is a far more serious problem for the world. But I'm still awed by Sept. 11..." --Dan Rodricks, Sun Columnist

KABA NOTE: You can set him straight at: TJIDAN@aol.com
 

Jamaica: murder rate soars
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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Jamaica's murder rates soared over the past year - an increase of 30%. And yet its law-abiding citizens are wholly disarmed. Yet more evidence that gun control leaves more victims in its wake.
 

Gun ownership is up - that means more safety
Submitted by: Andrew Wharton

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"When asked whether law-abiding citizens should be able to purchase a firearm for sport or self-defense, 93% said yes. Cops can confirm from experience what millions of Americans know by intuition: Guns make us safer. Now if only someone would tell The New York Times." --Jeff Jacoby, The Boston Globe
 

AMA's Secret Conference on Guns
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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When the American Medical Association's (AMA) president, Dr. Richard Corlin, launched his presidency in June 2001, his inaugural address included the pronouncement that the nation's most well-known doctor's group should openly admit to political activism in the firearm debate.
 

Gun-Ban Lobby Continues to Exploit Fear over Terrorism
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The gun-ban lobby formerly known as HCI is continuing its despicable tactic of exploiting our nation's concerns over terrorism in order to further their attacks on our Right to Keep and Bear Arms. On Wednesday, the group's president, Michael Barnes, held a press conference to announce the release of a "comprehensive report" he hopes will help rejuvenate several aspects of his stalled anti-gun agenda.
 

Media Bias: Bernie Non Grata
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A CBS insider exposes how the media distort the news.

There are certain facts of life so long obvious they would seem beyond dispute. One of these--that there is a liberal tilt in the media that shapes news coverage and dictates, all too often, what can and can't be said on the air or in print--continues to provoke hot denials and even rage.
 

UK: London sees steep rise in muggings
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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MUGGINGS, burglaries and other violent crimes have soared in London since September 11 as police have concentrated on protecting the nation from terrorist attacks.

Criminals have taken advantage of the reduced police presence on the streets to carry out thousands more offences, many of them violent.
 

ID: Governor criticized over security measures
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.keepandbeararms.com/Nicki

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In response to the September 11th attack, Idaho governor Dirk Kempthorne has spent $335,000 turning the state Capitol a fortified stronghold. This with a flagging state economy.
 

Switzerland: Swiss allow army knives on aircraft
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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AIRLINE passengers bound for Britain are being allowed to carry knives on board aircraft after Switzerland lifted a ban on all knives in hand luggage that was imposed after the September 11 attacks.

Passengers on a Crossair flight from Geneva to London City Airport yesterday were alarmed to see security officials find a knife in a man’s bag, then hand it back to him and allow him to board the aircraft.
 

KY: Tighter security means big changes for state Capitol visitors
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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People heading to Frankfort over the next three months to watch Kentucky legislators hash out laws and debate policy had better get there early.

Security measures instituted since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will change what formerly was easy access.

The open doors that have traditionally greeted visitors to the Capitol will be gone. They will be replaced with locked entrances, metal detectors and security guards demanding to see photo identification.
 

CA, Ontario: (Flintlock) Gun explodes, arm lost
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A 36-year-old woman had her left arm amputated just below the elbow after a musket she was holding exploded in her hand.

The Cambridge, Ont., woman, whose name has not been released by police, was holding a muzzle-loading antique flintlock musket when it ignited and shrapnel went flying in all directions. When police arrived at the home after 9p.m., parts of the woman's fingers were lying on the back porch.

KABA NOTE: But THESE are the guns that anti-gunners say would be safe for citizens to own?
 

OR: Agency puts $90,000 security system at Klamath "Reclamation Project"
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.keepandbeararms.com/Nicki

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The Klamath Falls reclamation project is now being guarded by a $90,000 security system, instead of federal law enforcement. Prior to September 11, the Bureau of Reclamation spent $750,000 guarding the head gates against protestors and others "concerned about negative effects on farmers."
 

Who may harm whom?
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.keepandbeararms.com/Nicki

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In this editorial Walter Williams explains "harm," "property rights," and a truly "free society."
 

TN: Lawmakers asked to ease gun restrictions
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz

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NASHVILLE - Gun enthusiasts will ask state lawmakers to relax handgun restrictions during the upcoming legislative session but will face strong opposition from restaurant owners, educators and others.
 

OH: Attorney wants judge removed in gun law case
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Because a judge's wife was held hostage at gunpoint 12 years ago, an attorney wants the judge to step down from presiding over a case that could overturn Ohio's law on carrying concealed weapons.

KABA NOTE: They are obviously afraid that the truth will loose their case.
 

Homeowner charged with (chasing and) shooting intruder
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Folks, if you don't do it lawfully this is what happens.

Marion County prosecutors charged a 60-year-old man who chased down and shot an intruder to death on Dec. 18.

Michael Clements is charged with voluntary manslaughter and carrying a handgun without a license in the death of 30-year-old Leon Williams Jr.
 

The Op-Ed's Hidden Agenda
Submitted by: Andrew Wharton

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A good account of the lifecycle of a VPC press release. From its release into the wild through its absorption into media "truth".
 

MI: Hundreds in county get OK to carry their guns
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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About 21,000 Michigan residents have received concealed weapons permits and about 14,600 others are awaiting approval under a new state law.

So far in Bay County, no applicant has been denied.

In Bay County, there were 739 applications for gun permits filed since July 1, according to the Bay County Clerk's office, and 632 of them were approved with 107 pending.
 

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