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Airlines Urged to regain Trust with "Security"
Submitted by: serinde

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The nation's airlines, which are losing millions of dollars a day and are facing thousands of job cuts, must overhaul security to convince the public that flying is safe.

"Enforcement actions will be rigorous for all but the most innocent violations of the notices," FAA Chief Counsel David Leitch said, although "Some concessions may be made for people who are confused by new restrictions."
 

TX: Security Job Fair Attracts a Crowd
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BEDFORD -- More than 400 people who turned out for a federal job fair for temporary airport security positions...

"We recognized very shortly after Sept. 11 that we needed additional personnel," said Gary Mohr, assistant division manager for the FAA Southwest Region. "The employees that we hire from this fair will give us some extra help until our permanent security personnel can receive the proper training."
 

TX: Panel submits Security Ideas
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The National Guard would expand its presence at Texas airports, and the state could get a second anti-terrorism response team under recommendations adopted Thursday by the Governor's Task Force on Homeland Security.

[As usual, none of the recommendations include civilians protecting themselves or their property.]
 

Security tightened even more for U.N. General Assembly
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The tightest security in the 56-year history of the United Nations will be in place Saturday when President Bush and world leaders meet to discuss terrorism in the wake of the attack on the World Trade Center.

Fueled by fears of anthrax and statements by Osama bin Laden denouncing the international organization...

Security at U.N. headquarters, which has resembled a fortress since Sept. 11, is being tightened even more.
 

NY: N.Y. Wildlife Group Calls Hunting a "Terror Threat"
Submitted by: scott bitterman
Website: http://www.highpines.net/exide99

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This way the can outlaw our rifles too.

"Saying hunters can easily be terrorists in disguise, a wildlife group on Friday asked for a suspension of New York’s annual hunting season. Anne Muller of Wildlife Watch is aghast that being armed and disguised in camouflage is legally permitted in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks."
 

Bush Calls out Militia to Assist Homeland Security
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"In a speech to a weary public at the World Congress Center in Atlanta Thursday, President George W. Bush did not call out the unorganized militias of the several states officially, but came as close as he could without saying the "M" word. He called for an unprecedented volunteer program for new modern civil defense service to work on a local level, to help keep America safe from further terrorist attacks." --J.J.Johnson, SierraTimes.com
 

Lawmakers Accept Provision Against World Court (ICC)
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"After last-minute intervention yesterday by House GOP Whip Tom DeLay (R-Tx), House and Senate negotiators agreed to prohibit any U.S. cooperation in the establishment of the International Criminal Court, which is being established in the Netherlands to prosecute war crimes, genocide and other crimes against humanity."
 

Gun Control is pushed as "Anti-terror" Measure
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Citing the threat of terrorism, a pair of gun-control organizations ("Americans for Gun Safety" and "HALT Gun Violence") is asking Jane Hull and the governors of 36 other states to push legislation that would require background checks on firearms sold privately at gun shows.

Ernie Hancock, founder and director of "Second Amendment Is for Everyone", said gun-control advocates are using the Sept. 11 attacks to push their agenda...
 

Justice Department won't let Agent Testify
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While Terry Nichols, already convicted on federal charges in the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, returned to court Monday to face the state's case against him, the government was squirming to squelch evidence that Nichols and Timothy McVeigh did not act by themselves.

"The ruling was that he (Linder) would not permit him (Agent Vogel) to testify because the Department of Justice had taken the position that it would not authorize his testimony," Bergman said.

"What are they hiding that they won't let an agent testify? There is no excuse for it; none whatever," said Chicago attorney David P. Schippers.
 

In Aftermath, Should Social Security files be more open to police?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A request to make highly personal Social Security files more easily available to law enforcement is testing how much privacy may be sacrificed in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks. The debate has divided officials within the agency that oversees the nation's retirement income program.
 

UT: U.N. ordinance may not last with new LaVerkin Council
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"The council members elected in the LaVerkin general election all have a common goal in mind — to rescind the U.N.-Free Zone ordinance passed by the current council in July of this year."
 

CARA: Threat to Firearms Freedoms
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GOA Alerts: CARA stands for Conservation and Reinvestment Act. But this bill, H.R.701, should instead be called the Confiscation and Redistribution Act.

In the words of former NRA Executive Vice President Ray Arnett, "CARA is destined to be a disaster for one if its intended beneficiaries -- the sporting community of hunters and fishermen who are the true and most able conservationists in America."

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UT: Utahans Rush to Bear Arms
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Applications to carry concealed weapons in October 2001 jumped 61% compared to the previous October, Rolfe said. A total of 664 permits were issued last month.
 

U.S. Can Eavesdrop on Lawyers & Jailed Clients
Submitted by: Kevin

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The Justice Department has decided to listen in on the conversations of lawyers with clients in federal custody, including people who have been detained but not charged with any crime, whenever that is deemed necessary "to prevent violence or terrorism."

Attorney General John Ashcroft approved the eavesdropping rule on an emergency basis last week, without the usual waiting period for public comment. It went into effect immediately, permitting the government to monitor conversations and intercept mail between people in custody and their attorneys for up to a year at a time.
 

Making up "Facts" Feeds the Gun Grabbers
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"I just read an interesting article by Karen Brock in the Atlanta Journal & Constitution. Rather than get into her specious arguments and questionable statistics, which are given without any verifiable source, my attention for this response is the premise of her article..." --Ranch Hand, SierraTimes.com
 

AR: NRA Offers Ladies-Only Duck Hunt in Arkansas
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As a continuation of their ongoing mission to foster women’s safe and responsible hunting, the National Rifle Association’s Women On Target™ program offers a ladies-only duck hunt in Stuttgart, Arkansas, on December 14-16.
 

Bush set to increase National Guard at Airports
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President Bush will announce an expanded role for National Guard troops at airports, possibly stationing them at boarding gates, administration officials said.

Bush’s announcement, ahead of the busy holiday travel season, was intended to increase confidence in air travel while Congress works to finish an airline security bill...
 

TX: Veteran's Day celebration set for Sunday at Rotary Pavilion
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A new awareness of the sacrifices and service of war veterans has emerged in the wake of the nation's newly rekindled patriotism, said a member of the Texas City Rotary.

"Veterans have had to give their own parades and do their own events to honor themselves," he said. "We didn't think they should have to be doing this. So, we did it last year and we are doing it again this year. We think it will be a nice deal for them to come and be honored and see others honoring them." --Tommy Clark
 

Bush Calls for "Defense Corps" (and "Vigilant Normalcy")
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President Bush called for the "creation of a volunteer civil defense service" and told the American people that "the specter of a long war against terrorism within the United States will force the country to confront new responsibilities, both for government and for the people."

Then he called for Americans to "trust that their government is up to the task of protecting them" and is "expanding its legal powers to do so." [KABA NOTE: That is a contradiction in terms!]

Then he made a call for "vigilant normalcy."

KABA NOTE: "Vigilant Normalcy"??? Let's start with Bush's "trusted government" agencies. They are anything but normal.
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
A strong body makes the mind strong. As to the species of exercises, I advise the gun. While this gives moderate exercise to the body, it gives boldness, enterprise, and independence to the mind. Games played with the ball and others of that nature, are too violent for the body and stamp no character on the mind. Let your gun therefore be the constant companion of your walks. — Thomas Jefferson, Encyclopedia of T. Jefferson, 318, Foley, Ed., reissued 1967.

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