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Appeals panel reinstates suits against gun makers
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"In a decision that could jump-start a gun debate on Capitol Hill, a federal appeals court has reinstated a wrongful death lawsuit against the gun industry."

"A three-judge panel of the San Francisco-based Ninth U-S Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated a case that was tossed out in 2001. It had been filed against gun manufacturers and distributors whose weapons were used by a white supremacist who wounded three children at a Jewish day care and killed a postal worker." ...

"Survivors claim weapons companies made more firearms than legal purchasers could buy and knowingly facilitated an underground illegal gun market."
 

Harris Poll Addresses the Second Amendment
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Please click on the "Weekly Poll" link and vote.

At 9 pm Eastern Time, the Second Amendment was the overwhelming winner with 84 percent of the vote.
 

Upholding the Law
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"What’s behind this nationwide outbreak of safety?" ...

"One key program is 'Project Safe Neighborhoods,' introduced shortly after President Bush took office." ...

"In just two years, federal gun prosecutions are up 36 percent, and 93 percent of those convicted criminals have been sentenced to prison. This explains why gun crimes are down an amazing 32 percent: The criminals who would be using illegal guns are being caught, locked up and sent away. And all this is being done without infringing on the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens."

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Of course it does infringe on the Tenth Amendment and vilifies gun crime as somehow more heinous than, say, fatal stabbings, but no one wants to talk about that.
 

Feminism and Communism - PROMOTING VICTIMHOOD
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" 'Mommyism,' whether it’s the 'Soccer Moms' that embrace vote wise a socialist America-hater, womanizer and rapist/draft-dodger, or whether personified by swooning, intellectually-challenged Million Mommies, conveys a clear unmistakable message: Subservience to a gutless, spineless, behind-the-scenes legalistic manipulator that doesn’t even remotely encompass what is generally accepted as American maleness, is preferred over a more meaningful relationship with a real man as concerns feminists. It seems that all our leaders are smirking, lying, gutless wonders who can’t do a brake job, change a sparkplug, hold a hammer properly, or shoot a gun. This is what 'women' want?" ...
 

Summary of Activity in Congress
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"The House approved a bill that would allow cargo pilots to carry guns in the cockpit. The Senate passed the bill earlier this month and President Bush is expected to sign it."
 

North Caucus Declaration
Submitted by: North Caucus of America
Website: http://nca.mybravenet.com

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The North Caucus, a group dedicated to warning governments that there will responses to any confrontation over our right to keep and bear firearms, has published a Declaration. The NCA Declaration is devoted to the universal power of the words of the original Declaration and emphasizes that the original Bill of Rights has a power that sustains our Republic. The NCA is offering the opportunity for anyone to sign their Declaration, adding momentum to the original.
 

Give Me Liberty 2004: Conference Registration Opens
Submitted by: awsmm
Website: http://www.geekswithguns.com/

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"We are pleased to open formal registration for 'Give Me Liberty 2004', the first annual conference sponsored by the WTP organization. The three-day conference will be held January 22-24 in Arlington, Virginia, just outside Washington, DC." ...

"The preliminary agenda includes a number of nationally renowned public figures that have been invited to lead the conference including: Judge Roy Moore (former Alabama Supreme Court Justice), syndicated columnist
Dr. Walter Williams, former Presidential candidate Dr. Alan Keyes, Joseph Farah (publisher, WorldNetDaily.com), national columnists Joseph Sobran and Charlie Reece, Jacob Hornberger (founder, The Future of Freedom Foundation) and author G. Edward Griffin (Creature From Jekyll Island)."

"Other nationally notable individuals including attorneys, law professors, authors and several individuals representing opposing viewpoints are also slated to bring voice to the proceeding’s historic dialogue. Among those invited are Washington attorney Mark Lane (lead counsel for the WTP Right to Petition lawsuit), author and activist Catherine Austin Fitts, Rep. Ron Paul (TX), Rep. Henry Hyde (IL) and subject matter experts & advocates such as former IRS Agents Joe Banister (CID Special Agent and CPA), Sherry Jackson (CPA, Certified Fraud Examiner) and John Turner (former Revenue Officer)."
 

FL: Ban on Gun Databases Clears Panel
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"As House Speaker Johnnie Byrd seeks support in a crowded U.S. Senate race, the House is trying to please an important Republican constituency: gun owners."

"The House Judiciary Committee passed a bill Wednesday that, with some exceptions, prohibits police from keeping a computer database of people who sell guns at pawn shops."

"Police in Pinellas and Hillsborough criticized the idea. But what police call a valuable crime-fighting tool, the gun lobby calls harassment of citizens."
 

LA: Police seek 14-year-old for rape, robbery
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"Baton Rouge Police said Thursday it is looking for a 14-year-old wanted for charges of aggravated rape and armed robbery. The suspect is identified as Wayne Calvin Quinn of Baton Rouge."

"Police said Quinn is wanted for the August aggravated rape of a 13-year-old and the September armed robbery of the Plank Road AutoZone."

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And when this criminal dies by gunfire, he'll be one more statistic for Sarah Brady's "thousands of children die because of guns" lie.
 

MO: High court sets January hearing for guns case
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"A judge's decision striking down Missouri's new concealed guns law on constitutional grounds was 'unprecedented' and 'absurd,' the attorney general's office argued Wednesday while asking the Missouri Supreme Court to uphold the law and declare it effective immediately."

"The Supreme Court set a Jan. 22 hearing for the appeal."

 

NC: Virginia Foxx Discusses Conservative Beliefs
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"Last month, Talon News reported on the candidacy of Vernon Robinson, a conservative black Republican running for the 5th Congressional District seat in North Carolina in 2004. In continuing coverage, Talon News recently spoke with candidate Virginia Foxx in an exclusive interview." ...

"On social issues, Foxx has shown herself to be just as conservative as she is fiscally. She has co-sponsored bills in the General Assembly opposing abortion and has been endorsed by the North Carolina Right to Life. She believes in the Second Amendment right to bear arms and is a member of the National Rifle Association."
 

NJ: Leave the firearms to the police; they're professionals, right?
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Officer Shoots Self In Leg During Firearms Test

"A Hopatcong Borough police officer accidentally shot himself in the leg during a firearms qualifying session, the Morris County prosecutor's office said."

"The officer, who was not identified, was completing a quarterly firearms qualifier when the accident occurred. All Hopatcong officers are required to pass the qualifier to keep their marksmanship and gun-handling skills sharp."

"The wound was not life-threatening, and the officer was taken to Morristown Memorial Hospital, where he was in stable condition Thursday afternoon, said Capt. Paul Kalleberg, a spokesman for the prosecutor's office."
 

FL: Grunow's Attorneys File Appeal In Gun Decision
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Attorneys for the widow of a teacher who was fatally shot by a Lake Worth Middle School student filed an appeal Wednesday in their case against a gun distributor.

Attorneys for Pam Grunow, whose husband Barry Grunow was killed by Nathaniel Brazill, filed an appeal in the case against the Valor Corp.

A jury originally found Valor partially responsible for Grunow's death, but a judge reversed the verdict earlier this year.

Officials said it would be months before a decision is made on the appeal.
 

IA: Another "stellar professional" cleans gun without clearing the chamber
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Original title: Gun accident injures INEEL security guard

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A security police officer with the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory injured his hand when his handgun accidentally discharged while cleaning the weapon.

The incident occurred Wednesday at the site's indoor firing range, according to a press release.

Medical personnel at INEEL provided immediate treatment. He was taken to Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls for further evaluation.

The firing range was shut down by security officials and will remain closed until an initial investigation is completed.
 

IL: Courageous pizza operators fight back, foil attempted robberies
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"In two separate robbery attempts, pizza operators turned the tables on would-be thieves by fighting back."

"According to NBC4Columbus.com, a worker at a Columbus, Ohio, pizzeria fought off a gun-toting robber on Nov. 17, by slashing the man across the back of his head with a rocker cutter. The cut from the tool (known also as a "mezzaluna," because of its half-moon shape), left pieces of hair and skin on the floor of the shop. The wounded man dropped the gun and fled the scene."

"In Rockford, Ill., an attempted armed robbery of Vinny’s Pizza ended quickly when co-owner Lia Mercuri fired warning shots near two men who'd stormed through the shop's back door on Nov. 17."
 

TX: S.A. Officer Arrested, Charged With Sexual Assault
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A 14-year veteran of the San Antonio police force was jailed Wednesday, charged with aggravated sexual assault and official oppression.

On Oct. 9, officer Fernando Frias was sent to investigate a disturbance at a home in southwest San Antonio. A woman who lives at the home told investigators Frias forced her to perform oral sex on him. Details and DNA evidence found at the woman's home confirms that a sexual incident took place.

According to San Antonio Police Chief Albert Ortiz, "[Frias] alluded to his gun and his badge, according to the allegation. But, just the fact that police have to depend on the authority of their badge and gun definitely put her at a disadvantage."
 

FL: Legislators Debate Gun Bill
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"A proposed bill pertaining to guns is causing much debate at the state Capitol. Right now in the state of Florida, people who buy guns from pawn shops, have their information stored into a database that can be accessed by law enforcement. But the proposed bill will restrict access law enforcement has to that list. National Rifle Association of America member Marion Hammer says gun owners deserve privacy."
 

UK: Armed robbers hit Total station for second time in nine days
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"ARMED robbers have targeted the same petrol station, in Addlestone, nine days after it was first robbed."

"Two men approached the Total Petrol Station, in Chertsey Road, on foot, and entered the garage shop through the front door, on Wednesday, November 12, at around 1.30am."

"As they approached the cashier’s desk, one of them, who was holding a gun, demanded money from the till, and phone cards, while the second man threatened staff with a knife, and knocked off items on the display shelves."

"In total, the men stole £100 in cash, as well as £700 worth of phone cards, before they fled."

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Those draconian gun control laws are sure doing wonders, aren't they?
 

Australia: Guns crackdown could close small security firms
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"Security firms face tougher rules on weapon security and may have to surrender handguns under a firearms crackdown that follows the theft of 65 guns from security firms this year."

"The regulations, which will require companies to give up their handguns if they cannot prove they need them, will also ban security guards from using weapons more powerful than the standard .40-calibre pistols used by the NSW Police."

"The rules will force some security firms that cannot afford expensive security measures to close down, the Police Minister, John Watkins, said yesterday."
 

UK: Woman shot with pellets
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A woman was hit by pellets from a shot gun in an accident at an organised shooting event on the north Shropshire border.

The woman was acting as a beater at the pheasant shoot at Fairoak, near Cheswardine, yesterday, when she was hit in the head by about three pellets.

Police, who are not treating the incident as suspicious, said she was due to have an operation today to remove the pellets. Her injuries were not believed to be life threatening.

Staffordshire police spokesman Peter Bate said: "She suffered a slight injury to the rear of her head and was taken to hospital for treatment."
 

Big Government Republicans Rule?
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"...The Washington Post recently reported that federal government discretionary spending grew by 12.5% in fiscal year 2003. The Post went on to report that President Bush had pledged to rein in government growth, and that he’s confounded by these statistics. This expansion should not have happened with the GOP controlling two branches of government."

"But it’s no wonder, with the Big Government Republicans firmly in control of the agenda. These Republicans actually like Big Government – and have said so publicly. Long ago they threw in the towel on the issue of Big Government, deciding to join rather than fight it, and turn Big Government to their own uses."
 

UT: Shootings renew calls for stronger Utah gun laws
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"Utah children have been victims of accidental shootings three times in the past week. This time a child died."

"Gun-control advocates in the state are reacting by reiterating their desire for stronger legislation, while gun-rights activists say such shootings are rare and overplayed in the news media."
 

OH: Taft plans to veto bill on hidden weapons
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"Gov. Bob Taft said he will veto legislation to allow Ohio residents to carry concealed weapons - unless it requires the state to disclose names of those who are issued gun permits."

"Taft's newfound concerns could derail the long-awaited gun bill because the Senate appears to lack the votes needed to override a veto."

"The governor's rare veto threat comes as legislators try to iron out differences between House- and Senate-passed versions of the bill. Both versions, however, call for exempting permit information from public scrutiny."
 

How to end judicial arrogance
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"Like many of you, I've been pretty frustrated with the way our courts have been using our Constitution as toilet paper this year. In legislating from the bench, arrogant judges have decided to impose homosexual marriage and abolish states' rights. The U.S. Supreme Court has even admitted looking to Europe for guidance rather than relying solely on the Constitution as they are required to do by law." ...

The National Coalition to Restore the Constitution is launching the petition in the wake of numerous federal cases that have focused on prohibiting certain religious speech and activities, like the recent court case concerning Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore." ...
 

You Can't Spell 'Internet' without ... U.N.?
Submitted by: Walter Adams

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"While officials interested in gaining more control over the Internet express concerns for 'development' and 'governance' of Internet services to poorer nations, they should be wary of the consequences of establishing a truly international Internet governing body. In 'Caught in the Seamless Web: Does the Internet's Global Reach Justify Less Freedom of Speech?' Cato Adjunct Scholar Robert Corn-Revere points out that nations such as China and Saudi Arabia -- which have been vocal about establishing an international governing body for the Internet -- have highly restrictive policies against online free expression."

"Revere argues that the United States must be vigilant in preventing the lowered free-speech standards of other nations from watering down our own constitutional protections. 'Other nations may treat their citizens as fragile children if they wish, or worse, as enemies of the state,' he says. 'But U.S. courts should not permit the seeds of foreign censorship to be planted on U.S. soil by finding that such restrictions are enforceable here.' "
 

FL: Student finds cop's gun at elementary school
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A student at an elementary school in Orlando found a gun that had apparently been dropped by an off-duty police officer attending a program at the school's auditorium, according to Florida Today news partner WKMG Local 6 News.

The child found the weapon at Kaley Elementary School on Wednesday and alerted teachers.

Officer Kenneth Pinkston was then notified that his gun was found at the school.

The gun fell to the floor when the student folded down the seat, an official said.

So far, no disciplinary action has been taken against the officer but an internal affairs investigation is under way, according to Local 6 News.
 

NC: Raleigh Officer Recovering After Alleged Assault - Citizens Intervene, Assist Officer
Submitted by: E.F.Haywood

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"A Raleigh police officer is recovering after allegedly being assaulted by a suspect."

"Officer Jonathan D. Koeepen was attempting to apprehend a reported trespasser at the corner of Capital Boulevard and Westinghouse Avenue when the man turned on him and pushed him to the ground."

"Witnesses say the suspect, Rudolph Sanders, attacked Koeppen and was preparing to beat him with his own nightstick until they intervened." ...

"It speaks very highly of these citizens who came to our aid today. We don't always see that. Today was a perfect example of a citizens who were involved in seeing an officer who needed help and coming to his aid..."

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And yet misanthropes like Sarah Brady and her ilk would disarm these same Good Samaritans, leaving them to rely on police for their safety - police who sometimes can be outmuscled by thugs as well.
 

FL: Gun law targets career criminals
Submitted by: Jeffrey Yerkes

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"Almost half of the Project Safe Neighborhood prosecutions in Florida's Northern District have been recorded in the Pensacola area. The district stretches through Tallahassee and to down Gainesville. In the past year, 43 individuals have been targeted for prosecution, up from 24 the year before."

"Locally, the program encourages the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, and local law enforcement agencies to pool information to spot the latest trends involving gun sales and crimes."

"The bureau has been training patrol officers and investigators with local agencies to recognize and prepare cases for federal prosecution. Meanwhile, state and federal prosecutors are reviewing gun-related arrests to determine which jurisdiction can deliver the more severe punishment."

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Your tax dollars used to vilify the most effective tool of self defense in existence today.
 

UK: Man shot in stomach
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"AN Australian tourist was shot in the stomach by masked gunmen who forced their way into a family home."

"The 60-year-old victim, whose name has not been released by police, was shot at his brother's home in Balfour Road, Southall, when five gunmen burst in through the back door shortly after 7.30pm on Saturday."

"The gang threatened the family and demanded jewellery and cash before two of the men went upstairs. The other three attackers remained downstairs."

"One of the gunmen downstairs got into an argument with a 79 year-old occupant of the house before hitting him in the face with a gun. The 60-year-old victim attempted to help his brother but was shot in the stomach."

"The gang fled the house empty-handed." ...
 

FL: Dozens of Demonstrators Arrested in Miami
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"Police in riot gear fired rubber bullets and tear gas and used batons, plastic shields, concussion grenades and stun guns in clashes Thursday with hundreds of demonstrators protesting talks aimed at creating a hemisphere-wide free-trade zone." ...

"Arrested demonstrator Michael McLean, 20, of Bergen County, N.J., said he was walking into an amphitheater, which was filling up with union protesters, when he tripped and was zapped with a stun gun.

" 'They haven't told me what I did,' said McLean, who sat with plastic handcuffs around his wrists. 'Anybody that doesn't look like they're in the union were targeted. I think I was.' "
 

PA: Future of constable now up in the air
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"North Codorus Township's newly elected constable can't be removed from office unless he is convicted of the felony gun charges he faces in federal court."

"But a bill pending in the state House of Representatives could make it easier for local officials to strip constables of their titles." ...

"Merle J. Weaver, 37, of Lehr Lane in Spring Grove, is charged with violating federal firearms laws for allegedly selling guns to 'straw buyers' -- people with clean criminal records who buy weapons for individuals who wouldn't pass the required background check."
 

The Federal Bureau of Charity
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"Virtually all controversy, it turns out, clusters around the Separation of God and Government issue. Only one writer that I'm aware of, a libertarian, has brought up the Tenth Amendment point. Hint: If the Constitution doesn't specifically say the Fed Gov can do something, then it can't do it. No governmentite has any Constitutional authority to ladle taxpayer dough into a charity's soup bowl. So why are Republicans and Democrats alike, along with their enabling media pundits, silent about the Tenth Amendment? Because they all want the equal opportunity to ignore it. Sorta like a secret handshake. Don't annoy me with the Tenth Amendment and I won't irritate you with it. And, horrors, don't remind the public of it. Prez Bush is just the latest in a very long line of politicians of both animal mascot species who take the oath to preserve and protect the Constitution only to violate it at earliest opportunity."
 

AR: Judge Resigns, Avoids Hearing
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"A Madison County district judge announced his resignation Wednesday as part of an agreement with a state disciplinary panel."

"District Judge W.Q. Hall of Huntsville said in a letter to Gov. Mike Huckabee that his resignation will be effective Dec. 15."

"By resigning, Hall avoids a hearing on charges that he improperly held a meeting with witnesses in a case and verbally berated and threatened to shoot a defendant during a hearing."

"Under an agreement with the state’s Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission, Hall also has agreed to never serve as a judge in Arkansas."

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Just think: People like this have the power to deprive you of your rights.
 

NM: Gun club expands offerings, fees
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"The club is more than 10 miles off the nearest paved road and 20 miles from the city hall. Yet communications officer Leestma says that within 30 years it may be squeezed out by urban infill." ...

"In exchange for its 57 acres of prime real estate, the club got $1.69 million - enough to buy more than a square mile on the edge of Rio Rancho, with enough money left over to build one of the top civilian gun ranges in the United States n or anywhere else."

"What does a gun club do with a 705-acre parcel? Fire 50-caliber artillery rounds, of course." ...

"It will be one of the only open clubs in the county with a competition range that length."
 

MI: Airport Security Updates List Of Packing No-Nos
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Nearly 7.5 Million Items Confiscated Since Feb. 2002

"TSA released an updated list of items that won't get past security checkpoint at the airport. Metal scissors with pointed tips are not allowed in carry-on bags. Golf clubs are also not allowed on planes. And quick-on-the-draw smokers will have to leave their gun lighters at home as the TSA does not allow them in carry-on or checked luggage."

"Officials say up to 400 items are confiscated every day by security at Metro Airport."

"And airport security is reminding travelers that once the item is confiscated, you won't get it back."
 

WI: County board gives thumbs-up to conceal-carry
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"It was almost high noon in the Price County board room when local officials squared off over the so-called conceal-carry bill."

"When the smoke cleared, a resolution to support the right to carry concealed weapons was locked and loaded."

"But don't put that .38 in your belt just yet. As of press time Tuesday, the bill still faced hurdles in Madison. And the county measure was merely an advisory on the local disposition."
 

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