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Supreme Court Could Confront Second-Amendment Questions
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
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"It is likely that the U.S. Supreme Court could be divided in its interpretation of the Second Amendment. On the one hand, Justice John Paul Stevens, the leader of the four-member liberal block on the court, believes there is no individual right to bear arms, while Justice Clarence Thomas, one of the court's three staunch conservatives, supports an individual's right to bear arms."
 

FDLE shelves plan to create database of pawn records
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A controversial statewide database to keep pawnshop records and customer information on file, with an eye toward recovering stolen goods, has been put on hold. State and local law-enforcement agencies are instead focusing on guarding against terrorism, said Al Davis of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
 

Harvard "Injury Control Research" Center Receives Major CDC Funding
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Through a major grant ($4.6 million over 5 years) from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC.Gov), the Harvard Injury Control Research Center at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH.Harvard.Edu) will continue national efforts to "reduce injuries" in "vulnerable populations," and expand studies that include "evaluation of firearms policies."
 

UK: Raid uncovers 300 weapons
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Officers found a collection of pistols, Israeli Uzi sub-machine guns and rifles, some of which were deactivated. The weapons are now being made "safe."

Devon and Cornwall police said there was no evidence to suggest the guns were linked to terrorist activity in the UK.

The couple have been charged with "possession of firearms."

Read the Ananova version!
 

Mothers Against Box Cutters Speak Out
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"Earlier prescient advice from the anti-American crowd has included: ... turning the U.S. armed forces into a feminist consciousness-raising session; demanding continued dependence on Arab oil in order to preserve mud flats in Alaska; indignantly opposing a missile defense shield; promoting endless due process rights for aliens who are illegal, diseased or criminal; disarming the public; and purging the nation of insidious references to God." by Ann Coulter
 

Gun Ranges Popular In Wake Of Attacks
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Oklahomans are spending money on concealed weapons classes, gas masks and chemical suits in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terror attacks. "They want to take care of their safety and their security themselves ... and there's nothing wrong with that," he said. In addition to guns, sales of survival supplies rose in recent weeks at Army Surplus Store in Oklahoma City.
 

UK: 'Golden girls' thwart armed car hijacker
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Three pensioners have been commended for their courage in thwarting an armed car hijack during a day trip to Calais.

Joan Windsor, Anne Aylward and Jean Douglas, all in their seventies, wrestled a loaded gun from the man before pistol-whipping him into submission.

Although he managed to drive off with their Rover leaving two of them on the kerb, the third woman left in the back seat continued to tackle him on her own.
 

Airports: Federalization Is Not Security Solution
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"Transferring security enforcement from private industry to the government may be an emotionally satisfying response in these charged times—but it ignores the fact that airlines are still a service industry, and that privatization has proven to significantly outperform government bureaucracies both in the delivery of services and controlling costs. ... Meanwhile, Democrats have failed to explain how a federal agency using civil servants would do a better job." By Mark Fitzgibbons
 

Texas governor doesn't trust concealed carry permit holders
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Tx. "Gov. Rick Perry expressed concern Friday about the public's right to carry concealed weapons into certain parts of the state Capitol."

"There are no restrictions in the Capitol on concealed permit holders, including...public galleries overlooking the House and Senate chambers."

"'I wasn't aware that the galleries of the chambers were not off-limits...' Perry said. He...is open to having a debate about a ban on concealed weapons in the building..."
 

The Wastefulness of the War on Guns
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"Using taxpayer dollars to go after a segment of legitimate commerce is not only selective discrimination based upon the manufacture and sale of a legal commodity, it is a costly exercise. ... It’s time for taxpayers and their watchdog groups to join gun owners and throw the wasteful spenders out." by Tanya Metaksa
 

AP on Emerson: "Court restricts right to bear arms"
Submitted by: Brian Babb

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Nice display of anti-gun bias by this reporter who states that the anti-gun view is a literal translation of the 2nd Amendment and the pro-gun view is an interpretation.

"Domestic violence restraining order can prevent arms sale -- Citizens have a broad right to bear arms, but the right may be restricted if a person is under a domestic violence court order, a federal appeals court has ruled."
 

National Rifle Association - Not Really American
Submitted by: Bill Wyckoff

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The NRA has now seen fit to help in an effort to destroy a different American right, the right to own private property. The NRA has targeted its support behind the Conservation and Reinvestment Act (HR701). CARA is not about conservation and restoration. It is about confiscation of private property and relocation of citizens.

Three Board Members of the NRA have openly opposed the board's position: Barbara Cubin, Larry Craig, and Ted Nugent.

Report by Kathleen P. Jachowski
 

Radio promotion: Shoot bin Laden for Charity
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"A radio station is raising money with its own take on the war on terrorism, a fund-raiser they're calling: 'Shoot bin Laden for Charity.'"

More than 100 handgun owners paid ...to shoot at a photo of Osama bin Laden's face..."

"The proceeds, $700 so far, go to aid families of Wisconsin police officers killed in the line of duty."

"The whole point wasn't to raise a lot of money ... but to create some awareness and good will toward police officers and firefighters..."
 

Two Hialeah Officers charged in Robbery Spree
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Two Hialeah police officers (1 current and 1 retired) were charged Friday with setting up three robberies, serving as lookouts and providing a police badge, handcuffs and pepper spray to help pull them off.

The investigation, nicknamed "Bad Apple," was organized by a task force of federal and state agents targeting corrupt officers.
 

Anti-gun Group using Billboards to Link Terrorism and Handguns
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An anti-gun group reveals that it will stoop to the lowest of the low with its plans to use a billboard to link the September 11 terrorism to handguns.
 

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