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A Time for Liberty
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"What about cases where a state is clearly attacking, even murdering, its own citizens? The libertarian would urge the citizens of that country, using their right to bear arms, to overthrow the despots. Notice that the right to bear arms...is the key to preventing and remedying such a state’s terrorism against its own citizens." --James Ostrowski, Attorney At Law
 

Smith & Wesson profits Up?
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Handgun manufacturer Smith & Wesson`s self-preservation deal with the Clinton administration may have sparked off an unprecedented PR disaster, but now it looks like it`s recovering.

– with the surge in demand after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon contributing to some $7.6 million in sales in October – making profits of $663,000 for the month – a far cry from its $2 million loss in October last year.
 

Can Guard troops make air travel safer?
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Since September 11, more than 6,000 members of the National Guard have been standing guard at the U.S. commercial airports. Now President Bush plans to increase by 25% the number available for governors to deploy at the airports.

Some experts question whether the move will make flying a whole lot safer...
 

If You Encounter Any Of The Following, Call The Joint Terrorism Task Force
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"Recently someone sent an interesting document to me that caused me to revive the following commentary entitled, "Law Enforcement To Surveillance Right Wing Extremists."

"...just because I disagree with the integration of the U.S. Armed Forces, the National Guard, law enforcement, public education, and various other governmental concerns, with the United Nations is no cause to target me for an investigation," --Al Colombo
 

Establishment Allows Guns For Pilots, But Certainly Not For Patriots
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"Americans are clamoring for security, which presumably also means the right of self-defense, and proposals to arm commercial airline pilots are receiving wide support. Why then, are nationalists and patriots undergoing harassment and defamation on the subject of firearms by governmental bodies and the media? ... Our Masters hope that such quiet, selective denials will not provoke opposition from the public. Let’s dash their hopes." --Paul Fallavollita
 

TN: Gun safety for kids at issue - NRA keeping eye on panel
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NASHVILLE (AP) - With the National Rifle Association watching, a legislative committee begins two days of meetings this week to find ways to "make guns safer for children." State Rep. Henri Brooks (D-Memphis), who heads the "special committee", said "she wants to hear about all sides of the issue."

John Harris of the Tennessee Firearms Association believes Brooks is not open about the subject. "Our theory on Henri Brooks is she doesn't like firearms, period."
 

TN: Southaven students raising funds to buy gun-sniffing dog
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Students at Southaven schools are chipping in to buy a special Christmas present for the Southaven Police Department. The gift: an $8,000 gunpowder-sniffing dog that'll patrol the schools and city.

"In light of events that have happened in recent years like the Columbine tragedy and the shootings in Jonesboro, we need extra security at our schools," said Julie Johnson, a Greenbrook Elementary parent who spearheaded the effort to purchase the pup.
 

UK: When Citizens allow themselves to be disarmed, Thugs will rule
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Their car – along with a number of others on Harehills Road – was targeted by groups of Asian youths shouting "Get out of Afghanistan" and "Kill all whites".

"We were just on our way to the bonfire and chatting happily," he said. "None of us is racist at all and did nothing to attract attention but a gang of about 10 to 15 lads ran towards us when we were in the traffic."
 

Sen. Bob Smith: Pilots will have guns in 2-3 months
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The Smith-initiated anti-terrorism measure made it into the final version of the aviation security bill passed by the House and Senate yesterday.

The provision authorizes pilots to carry a firearm into a cockpit if:

- The newly created undersecretary of transportation security approves,
- The air carrier approves,
- The firearm is approved by the undersecretary, and
- The pilot has received training on firearm use in a program set up by the new transportation security agency.
 

CO: Rick Stanley - Celebrate Bill of Rights Day!
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December 15, 2001 -- Denver, Colorado:

Join Rick on Bill of Rights Day at the state Capitol and defend your right to keep and bear arms. Civil disobedience is the only way to secure our Constitutional rights against an unconstitutional government.

Rick will be wearing a loaded pistol in a holster in plain sight for all to see -- per his Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
 

Scalia Dislikes National ID Card Idea
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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia said that if Americans were asked to vote on creating a national identification card, he would probably cast his ballot against the idea.

"If you think it's a bad idea to have an identity card, persuade your fellow citizens through the amendment process, rather than asking courts to make policy," he said.
 

MA: Anti-gun bill in the works (S.166)
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Bill S.166, which would limit handgun purchases to one per month, has been proposed in the Mass. State Senate. It has not yet been scheduled for consideration. However, the Brady group has issued a press release to its members asking them to contact their State Senators. You can do the same thing to make sure it doesn't get heard. All pertinent contact info is at the link.
 

Airlines push for federal ID cards for air travelers
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The Air Transport Association, the lobbying arm of the major airlines, said they want the federal government to issue identification cards for air travelers. The cards would be voluntary for U.S. citizens who want to avoid most hassles at airport screening checkpoints but mandatory for aliens living and traveling in the United States.

But White House deputy press secretary Claire Buchan said, "That idea is not under consideration at this time."
 

National Press Club speech - An Act for Enduring Patriotism
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"Last Sunday, I flew to Washington DC, to speak at the National Press Club. This event marked the launch of Operation Enduring Patriotism. The bill being proposed – An Act for Enduring Patriotism – requires the teaching of the Bill of Rights, the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, as well as observance of patriotic holidays in public schools. This bill is a state bill – the goal is for it to be proposed and passed in every state legislature..." --Kyle Williams, 12 years old
 

MO: Rape Victim Speaks Out As Attacker Remains At Large (St.Louis)
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ST. LOUIS (KSDK) -- A woman who was a victim of a convicted serial rapist doesn't plan on being a victim again. Jane never goes anywhere without a weapon. She packs a handgun and has several other firearms. "I will not take them off because I know what he can do, I know how fast he can do it, and if I let my guard down, I could be dead", she said.
 

UT: Group Seeks Background Checks On Private Sales at Gun Shows
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"...terrorists and criminals are able to buy guns at gun shows because there is no requirement for a background check," Americans for Gun Safety and Gun Violence Prevention Center of Utah said.

But Janalee Tobias, the head of Utah's Women Against Gun Control, decried the attempt to paint the proposed gun show legislation as an anti-terrorism measure.

"Shame on them for exploiting the most tragic event in American history, and using it for their political gain. I am so tired of the irrational gun haters dividing our community and our nation. Do they think one more gun law will stop terrorists?"
 

A lesbian takes on the 'Thought Police' - Geoff Metcalf interviews author, feminist Tammy Bruce
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The pro gun former President of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Organization of Women says:

"Those of us on the fringes, who rely on individual liberty, have got to make a choice to reject this idea that people with divergent opinions, even if we don't like them, have to be shut down."

"The left has told us that inside each one of us is a little Hitler – that if left to our own devices, we'd kill Jews, enslave blacks and throw women back into the dark ages."
 

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