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Firms Consider Pact to Track "Terror Money"
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U.S. financial firms and law-enforcement agencies are considering an agreement to give "authorities" sweeping power to trace terrorists...

Under the plan, law-enforcement would check groups and individuals with "suspected or known connections to terror networks"; Records would be sent to the government automatically if matches were found.

The agreement would first cover banks, but would probably extend to brokerage houses, mortgage lenders, insurance firms and wire-transfer companies.
 

Hunting Bans in Mojave (CA)
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The National Park Service is moving ahead with its prejudicial plan to ban all predator hunting in California's East Mojave National Preserve.

In spite of a huge outcry from hunters throughout the region and from detailed comments provided by the Department of Fish and Game explaining how the NPS staff was operating outside state and federal agency recommendations, the land management plan for the National Preserve was signed by the regional director and preserve staff.
 

Militia's commander sees fears coming true
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Wynn believes the CIA attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon to justify passage of new laws that take away constitutional rights.

Wynn speaks gently but writes aggressively ... about the threat to civil liberties since Sept. 11. The survival preparedness group eschews violence and once rejected as a member a man who wanted to blow up Buford Dam.
 

VA: Permits for concealed weapons rise after attacks
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The number of licenses in South Hampton Roads issued for carrying hidden guns surged after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks prompted a nationwide concern over personal safety. Court records show that the number of concealed-weapons permits issued last month in Virginia Beach, for example, nearly tripled from the same month in 2000...
 

Will banks hand over your money without a warrant?
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Vin Suprynowicz: ask why "paragraph A" of the legal code citation is always deleted from the "authorizing" fine print on the back of the IRS' standard "seize-his-paycheck" Form 668W. The reason the citation instead starts with "paragraph B" is that paragraph A specifies that said law authorizes the use of such onerous methods only against employees of the federal government...
 

Is There a Constitution?
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"If the events of the last few weeks are any guide, then of course there is no Constitution. This should hardly come as a surprise to those high-minded liberals who have been hawking the virtues of a flexible, plastic, evolving Constitution for many decades. Yet, some of them, out of sheer sentimentality as regards the First Amendment, would now draw back from the militarist abyss lately reopened by the current administration in the name of Homeland Security." J.Stromberg
 

Mary Leigh Blek in Debate with John Lott
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Mary Leigh Blek of MMM will debate the issues surrounding gun control, including ownership, licensing and waiting periods, with pro-gun researcher John Lott and author of More Guns, Less Crime: Understanding Crime and Gun Control.

November 28 at McKendree College in the Melvin Price Convocation Center at 7pm. Seating is limited and reservations are encouraged. Call 618/537.6863 from Illinois, or 314/436.3301 from St. Louis, ext.6863.
 

Has Ashcroft read the Constitution?
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"His anti-terrorism law, the USA Patriot Act, has already torn holes into that document by radically expanding electronic surveillance and secret physical searches of homes and offices. Too few of these expanded powers are subject to adequate judicial review. Now...he has directly attacked the Sixth Amendment's right to effective counsel." Nat Hentoff
 

Dressed To Kill
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Comparing the fashion sense of American, Russian, and Afghan soldiers via the rifles they carry.

Article by Stephen Hunter
 

Ashcroft to testify before Senate Judiciary Committee
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In a related matter, a Justice Department memo outlined the questions for federal investigators to ask 5,000 male foreigners, aged 18 to 33. ... whether the person knows anyone who has fought in a war;...anyone involved in terrorism or willing to carry out terrorist attacks; or anyone with access to guns, explosives or chemical or biological weapons such as anthrax.
 

Travelers face long lines, more "security" at airports
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Across the nation, thousands of travelers braved congestion and increased security as they returned to airports, highways and railways during the first major travel period following the attacks.

"I was nervous at first. But then I thought with all this security, what could happen?" said [Tommy] Laudicina, a 21-year-old plumber. "I don't mind the lines or getting my ID checked three times."
 

Deputy patrols courthouse, makes sure no concealed weapons
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SHAWNEE, OK -- Deputy Johnny Austin represents safety and security at the Pottawatomie County Courthouse.

"My main purpose for being here is just to calm any disturbances both inside and outside the courtroom, and to reassure some of the folks working here at the courthouse," Austin said.

...he already has begun thinking about ways to beef up security. Topping that list is a metal detector that could help prevent people from carrying concealed weapons...
 

Museum in Denton (TX) polishes up gun and pottery exhibits
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Back in 1800s Denton, some women were adept at defending themselves. They carried derringers.

"They were tiny guns they put in their purses that could blow a hole right through you," said Betty Copeland, education and tourism director for the Courthouse-on-the-Square Museum.

A derringer is among the 150 guns on display in a refurbished exhibit at the museum at 110 W. Hickory St.
 

D/FW (airport) beefs up holiday security
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Hubert, the National Guard spokesman, said any problems with unruly passengers were easily resolved.

"As soon as someone starts to get disruptive, either a DPS trooper or a guardsman shows up quickly, and people tend to calm down and get a lot more adult about things almost immediately," he said.

["An armed society is a polite society." -Heinlein]
 

U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Challenge to Assault Weapon Ban (NJ)
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The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected a constitutional challenge to a 1990 New Jersey law that banned assault weapons.

Those challenging the law included a group called the Coalition of New Jersey Sportsmen, two firearms manufacturers, a licensed dealer and individual firearm owners.

A federal judge and then a U.S. appeals court upheld the law. Violators of the ban face between three and five years in prison.
 

Disarming America, Part II - Bellesiles Doesn't Answer Criticisms
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"Bellesiles does not correct any of the serious, carefully documented criticisms of scholars who have taken the time to review his sources. ...

"These criticisms have convinced me that Bellesiles misread, misused, and perhaps even fabricated some of his evidence. I no longer believe that his evidence proves his thesis. ... Some of the most significant statements in Arming America are "based" on data that do not exist." --Melissa Seckora
 

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