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WI: DA says stabbing death of boyfriend was self defense
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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MILWAUKEE -- Prosecutors determined today a woman acted in self defense when she stabbed her boyfriend to death Friday night.
 

AR: Russellville Man Released From Jail
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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A 27-year-old Russellville man has been freed from the Pope County jail where he was being held on 100-thousand dollar bond for the October Second stabbing death of another man. The prosecutor says Scott Leatherwood was acting in self defense when he fatally wounded James Michael Collins.
 

FL: SWAT team guns found
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Two teens were arrested Saturday on charges they stole a submachine gun and other weapons from an Orange County deputy sheriff's vehicle.
 

LA: Violent and juvenile crime on the rise
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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"You need a comprehensive approach. The police can't do it alone. You need drug treatment, you need jobs, job training. You also need to crack down hard on people who use illegal guns and you need the justice system to help in terms of prosecuting these individuals in a timely manner. It's more than just a police problem you have to involve every aspect of our community," said Palmer, who has served as Trenton's mayor since 1990.
 

MO: Fresh Off the Farm in Montana, a Senator-to-Be
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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On gays, Mr. Tester says the “sacred document” of the Constitution should not be amended to outlaw same-sex marriage, though he favored a state ban that voters passed in 2004. On guns, Mr. Tester is quite proficient in their use, and says anyone — Republican or Democrat — who tries to take his away will run into trouble. On God, Mr. Tester says simply that he is a churchgoer, and notes that he met his wife when he spotted her in a pew.
 

In new era, it's 'T' and no sympathy
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Prominent figures from past generations agreed. Boston Coach Doc Rivers noted the inherent danger of running the streets at night. Reggie Miller, a former teammate, decried Jackson's "Wild West Show."

However, they were drowned out as indignant players arose as one to assert their right to bear arms, sounding like an NRA rally. New Jersey's Richard Jefferson went so far as to ask where the outrage had been when Vice President Dick Cheney winged a friend in a hunting accident.

With fame comes self-obsession. In fact, the Cheney incident got many times more coverage.
 

A debacle just for GOP
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is a San Francisco liberal of the first water, but many of her party's incoming freshmen campaigned as cultural conservatives. Indiana Democrat Brad Ellsworth, for example, described himself as anti abortion, pro-traditional marriage, "a hunter who supports the Second Amendment," and a "local sheriff" who would fight "to protect our kids from violence and filth on TV and the Internet." He and other "blue-dog" conservatives will be tugging the new Democratic majority to the right, while the defeat of liberal Republicans like Connecticut's Nancy Johnson and Iowa's Jim Leach means that the Republican minority in the 110th Congress will move to the right as well.
 

MS: Missing guns grab attention of auditor
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Documents showing that weapons once were reported stolen from Mississippi Board of Pharmacy employees are leading State Auditor Phil Bryant to take a closer look at the agency's inventory.

An inquiry by The Clarion-Ledger sparked Bryant's concern and led state and federal officials to question why some of the board's seven employees are permitted to be armed.
 

MS: Guns protect us from today's predators
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Since their invention hundreds of years ago, guns have always proven to be the most efficient way for a person to defend himself or herself against a larger, stronger or more aggressive opponent.

It's not for nothing that Sam Colt's invention is universally referred to as the "equalizer."

Statistically, nothing surpasses being armed as a defense against a determined opponent.
 

MS: Used responsibly, guns can save people
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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Jenny Brooks' letter ignores facts. ("Get rid of guns around children," Nov. 3). There are many instances where guns have saved innocent people.

I seem to recall that Pearl High School Vice Principal Joel Myrick used a pistol to stop Luke Woodham after he shot nine classmates, killing two.

How many more would have been shot and/or killed in 1997 had Mr. Myrick not had a gun available in his car?
 

FL: A gun-free home can keep your family safer
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff

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This may not seem like a big deal but think of this: Most bad guys have weapons because they break into your home and steal them. People who own weapons for protection sometimes end up being hurt by their own weapons. And how many children have died because they found a gun in their home?

I understand that everyone has the 'right' to own a weapon but I have not yet seen, in the 26 years that I have been involved in crime prevention, anything 'good' about having a gun in the home.
 

PA: Forget the bills - you need more guns
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She roamed through the stacks and brought several books about the outdoors to the desk. I added up her purchases and made change. Then, as she turned to leave, she turned back around and asked if I wrote the outdoor column her dad and husband read in the newspaper.

When I told her I was, she got a puzzled look on her face, and then asked me how many guns did I think a hunter actually needed.

To collect my thoughts I asked her why, and she replied that she really needed a new washing machine and the dryer sometimes didn't dry a full load, leaving the clothes damp. Her newlywed husband thought he needed a new flintlock for a Christmas deer hunt when he already had an old one in the gun cabinet.
 

NJ: Lower Saucon Township Resident Gets 12th Citation For Firing Gun Near Home
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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A Lower Saucon Township man who has received numerous citations for firing a gun near his home has been charged again. Richard Seruga, 62, of 3877 Beeline Drive, was charged shortly before 2 p.m. Tuesday at the rear of his home. It is the 12th citation Seruga has received since Oct. 17.
 

FL: Grandma With Gun Fights Off Robber
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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Police say a grandmother fought back after a suspect broke into her home. Police arrested Allen Willich this week. He allegedly broke into Connie Pineda's home in October. She fired a gun at him inside her home.
 

Inauguration Of President James Monroe, "to be prepared for any emergency"...
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"...On whom has oppression fallen in any quarter of our Union? Who has been deprived of any right of person or property? Who restrained from offering his vows, in the mode which he prefers, to the Divine Author of his being? It is well nown, that all these blessings have been enjoyed in their fullest extent..."

"...Of the virtue of the people, and of the heroic exploits of the army, the navy, and the militia, I need not speak...."

"...a government which protects every citizen in the full enjoyment of his rights..."

"...It is only when the people become ignorant and corrupt; when they degenerate into a populace, that they are incapable of exercising the sovereignty...."
 

MS: .45-70 Rifle In Demand
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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Deer hunting might be in full swing throughout the state of Mississippi, but the hottest prize is taking place long before hunters hit the woods. The Magnolia State passed a resolution last year allowing single shot rifles larger than 38 caliber to be used during the primitive weapon season - known as the muzzle loader season. With the passing of the rule, muzzle loaders could soon be a thing of the past even though the guns are still legal to use. The most common high caliber rifle in demand is the .45-70 which is a 45 caliber bullet with 70 grains of powder. In the old days of hunting, the gun was used by buffalo hunters, which meant few Mississippi hunters owned the gun. That has changed and the .45-70 is the hottest gun on the market.
 

DC: Democratic backers expect results in Congress
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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After toppling the long-dominant Republicans, the Democratic Party's incoming congressional leaders have found themselves in another difficult struggle - with their own supporters. Some of the very activists who helped restore the Democrats to a majority in the House and Senate last week are claiming credit for the victories and demanding their due: a set of ambitious - and politically provocative - actions on gun control, abortion, national security and other issues that party leaders fear could alienate moderate voters and leave Democrats vulnerable to GOP attacks as big spenders or soft on terrorism.
 

V goes to Washington
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On Monday, November 6, 2006, "V" visited security check points at the White House, the main Treasury, IRS and Justice Department Buildings and the Capitol. "V's" purpose was to deliver the People's Petitions for Redress of Grievances relating to the Government's violations of the war powers, tax, privacy and money clauses of the Constitution, and to inform key Government officials that at least 100 more "Vs" would be at their doorstep on November 14th expecting a response to the Petitions.

When an agent asked if "V" would remove his mask for identification purposes, "V" explained that would defeat the very purpose of the mask....
 

PA: Police: South Philly Barber Shop Owner Shoots Would-Be Thief
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PHILADELPHIA -- A would-be thief was in stable condition after being shot Saturday night by a barbershop owner, police said.

The incident happened just after 9 p.m. in the 1600 block of South 21st Street.

The man who was shot was taken to University of Pennsylvania Hospital.

Police said the shooting was under investigation. There was no word on whether the shop owner would face charges.
 

MD: Cop Shoots And Kills Metro Robbery Suspect
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The recent robberies prompted police to put the plain-clothed officer on duty. When the officer saw a suspect robbing a patron under the station's platform

The suspect was headed toward the CSX rail lines, when the officer confronted him. The officer said he identified himself before the suspect pulled out a gun.
 

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