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CA: Sacramento Sheriff Changes Handgun Permit Policy, Authorizing Self-Defense As A Valid Reason For Issuance
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness has modified his handgun carry permitting policy, prompting two Second Amendment advocacy groups to drop their lawsuit against the county and its top law enforcement official."

"The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and the Calguns Foundation dismissed their case after McGinness changed the law to state that self-defense is a valid reason to issue a gun carry permit. The organizations will, however, continue their legal battle against Yolo County and its sheriff in an attempt to change their policy." ...
 

Does the Tea Party have a 'gun problem'?
Submitted by: David Codrea
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... "As for Tea Partiers having a reversal of citizen disarmament laws on their agenda, from his lips to God's ears. Here I've been worried about teajacking RINOs." ...
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Submitter's Note: Also listen to Sunday's "Armed American Radio" broadcast.
 

The 'gun problem' is not in the Tea Party
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Adam Winkler, who teaches Constitutional law at UCLA, claims in a Daily Beast article that Tea Party candidates' support of gun rights is 'radical.'" ...

"If proposals to make gun laws in the U.S. less oppressive are 'extreme,' that can only be because of the extreme distance to be covered, before we will have returned to anywhere near shall not be infringed." ...
 

Safer Streets 2010: Which gun laws to repeal first, Part II
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"My Safer Streets Newsletter and Commentary before the mid-term election has guest contributors Dick Morris, David Codrea, Michelle Malkin, and CANADA FREE PRESS Publisher Judi McLeod. ..."

"In Part I, I enumerated the first gun laws to be repealed should we elect people who will actually want to reduce government. Gun laws do not belong in a country where the people are the sovereign. All gun laws are a challenge to that sovereignty and herald other challenges to come. ..." ...
 

This beauty queen must be fit, feminine — and a good shot
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Swimsuit? Check. Evening gown? Check. Gun — huh?"

"At first glance, the Miss Liberty America pageant looks like any other scholarship pageant going out there. However, its odd requirements — like needing to be CPR-certified, proficient with firearms, and able to converse about historic American documents — make it sound more like a program for young Sarah Palins-in-training or mama grizzlies-to-be."

"And that’s something its founder, Alicia Hayes-Roberts, is perfectly OK with. 'It is absolutely a beauty pageant,' she told TODAYshow.com, 'filled with elite, feminine patriots.'" ...
 

What next for RTC?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"So we’ve held armed [Restore The Constitution] demos in VA, TX, AL, NM, GA and mini-RTC's at various other locations to deliver the short and sweet RTC message. We've demonstrated the extent of our Second Amendment rights when exercised in conjunction with the First Amendment right to free speech and assembly, showing the naysayers what could, in fact, be done."

"While the original RTC concept was 'as close to DC as possible' for April 19th 2010, I’d like to propose a new concept and a new goal to shoot for that I think will address the root of the problem, as it extends well beyond DC ..." ...
 

Is it time in Washington for 'constitutional carry?'
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... "The CPL renewal process took all of 15 minutes. It cost $32. This set me to thinking about what occurred in Arizona earlier this year. That state passed a law eliminating the necessity of a carry permit for concealed carry. Open carry in Arizona has always been legal. Their state constitutional right to bear arms provision is identical to ours. Hmmmm? My colleague in Phoenix, Douglas Little, wrote about the law here. This column discussed it here." ...
 

Road Trip!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"This time of year, I should be writing something about how important it is to get out and vote on Tuesday…but you know that already, and I won’t insult your intelligence by reminding you. I can tell you, though, it was a topic of discussion among eight of us this weekend, who rented a comfortable 14-passenger van for an eight hour round trip to the Georgia State Championships of IDPA shooting, splendidly run by Capel English at the Greater Atlanta Defensive Pistol Association." ...
 

Passage was Only the Beginning: Books on Ratification
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Despite the steadiness of the stream, the fertile field of 'Founders Literature' never seems to reach a saturation point. Recently, a flood of books has flowed from familiar fountains: Joseph Ellis (First Family), Bruce Chadwick (Triumvirate) ... Thousands of pages on the lives and times of the men and women whose names are at the top of the dramatis personae of the founding drama." ...

"Several fundamental rights are described by Chadwick as 'important' to the significant bloc of patriots insistent on the explicit protections of certain liberties in the text of the Constitution. One of the chief concerns of these opponents of the Constitution was the lack of an express right to bear arms ..." ...
 

Ruger: TTAG Cleaning Made SR40 Trigger Gritty (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "TTAG is dedicated to telling the truth about guns. If we get it wrong, we will put our hands up. While we investigate some more, I’d like to point out (as I did in the original review) that grittiness is only one of the trigger’s problems. The pull is extremely long, the trigger stacks and the breaking point is vague."
 

Gun Review: Springfield Armory XDm-45ACP (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"JM Browning was the greatest firearms designer that ever lived. The Utah-born gunmaker held 128 unique firearms patents. His work is one of the main reasons that I’m typing this review in English, and not German ..." ...
 

A history of the AK-47, the gun that made history
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "In 'The Gun,' Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, former Marine officer and Persian Gulf War veteran C.J. Chivers sets out to 'lift the Kalashnikov out of the simplistic and manipulated distillations of its history.' He succeeds admirably by putting the gun into its social, historical and technological context in an evocative narrative. He chronicles the evolution and employment of fully automatic firearms, the development of the Kalashnikov and how the rifle redefined modern warfare from its use in Hungary in 1956 to Afghanistan today. ..." ...
 

10 Things You Never Thought Through about Conceal Carry
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... "Little did I know at the time, that getting qualified and obtaining my permit would be just the first step on the road to self-defense self-sufficiency. And that by getting a CHL, I’d be opening up a huge can o’ worms I’d not anticipated, regarding the mechanics of carrying. I’ve done a lot of thinking about that lately. And here’s some of my thoughts, in the ever-popular (read: 'search-engine friendly') list format:" ...
 

Question of the Day: How Fast Do You Shoot When You Practice? (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It’s easy enough to shoot well when you shoot slowly. Depending on the distance, a competent shooter should be able to put a few bullets through the same hole, or at least group them tighter than the Persuaders (the singing group, not Tony Curtis and Roger Moore). If we’re talking about self-defense shooting, time is of the essence. ..."
 

Gun Review: Kel-Tec PF-9 (Take Two)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"After reading Don Gammill, Jr’s PF-9 review, I was compelled to get my hands on a PF-9 for myself. What was the source of this compulsion? I can’t say precisely, but I’m sure it had something to do with the considerable bulk of my other 9mm (a full-size Ruger P-95) and the marginal caliber of my other carry gun, a .380 Makarov." ...
 

FL: Police: Homeowner shot would-be teen burglar
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"A South Florida homeowner warded off a would-be teen burglar Monday afternoon."

"Miami-Dade police say the homeowner confronted a potential burglar Monday afternoon by shooting him twice sending the juvenile to the hospital. ..." ...
 

DE: Del. Woman Fatally Shoots Ex-Husband
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"New Castle County police say a woman shot and killed her ex-husband after he broke into her home and beat her." ...

"... Police say Thompson, who was wanted for violating a protective order his ex-wife had against him, used a ladder to get into the victim’s third-floor bedroom." ...
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H/t to David Codrea who laments another "senseless gun death", saying "Why she couldn't have just relied on a restraining order is beyond me."
 

"Second Amendment Solutions": Why Everyone MUST Vote
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"America is concluding the first election in history where the winners could be a Republican Party dominated by goons who beat up political opponents at campaign events, handcuff reporters at public meetings, shout down members of Congress while pointing guns at them at town meetings, dress up like the Nazi Waffen SS as a Republican candidate for Congress regularly does, and threaten to wallpaper the White House with subpoenas and restore a new age of McCarthyism if they win control of the Congress." ...
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Submitter's Note: In order: That happened once, as opposed to the numerous cases of SEIU thugs assaulting people at Dems' behest. The reporter was indeed handcuffed after refusing to leave a private event and assaulting an attendee. Pointing guns at Congresscritters? That is assault and it never happened (note that carrying in a holster is not 'pointing'). Yes, one GOP candidate is a historical reenactor (whose organization prohibits any Nazi displays) he also dresses up is Civil War and Revolutionary army uniforms.
 

Election 2010: Pro-gun rights voters play major roll in statewide contests
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"While a lot can and will be said about this election, as a non-partisan, one-issue PAC, our post-election analysis will stay focused on observations regarding how the outcome will affect gun rights issues in the months and years to come." ...
 

It is time to vote; use it but don’t abuse it
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"With apologies and due respect to the authors of the Declaration of Independence."

"When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for the people of a nation to reduce the power, authority and size of the government they elected, and to take back their power of self-determination in an effort to preserve their freedom and sacred way of life ... it requires no other explanation than to declare that free citizens have not only the right, but the responsibility to themselves and their descendants to assure that the nation they helped to build, defend and maintain remains a bastion of those principles upon which it was founded." ...
 

Voting is religious duty
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... "As citizens, we have a right to disagree with the conduct of our government and those officials who act in our name. To redress those grievances, however, we must never turn to violence and murder. There are no 'Second Amendment remedies,' as some are wont to say. If we do not like what our elected officials have done, then we show up on Election Day and replace them with other officials who will properly represent our interests. That is the American way. That is also the Islamic way." ...
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Submitter's Note: Some would disagree: "... But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government ..."
 

KS: Kansans approve two amendments
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Voters said yes to an amendment affirming individuals have the right to own firearms ..."

"The gun question was placed on the ballot by the 2009 Kansas Legislature in response to a U.S. Supreme Court decision that said the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment grants individuals the right to bear firearms." ...
 

NY: New York's 20th Congressional District Goes Republican
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"The contest for the congressional seat in New York's 20th district ended in defeat for incumbent Democrat Scott Murphy ..."

"Republican Chris Gibson - a retired Army colonel from Kinderhook, New York - will add to the gains his party secured in congress through Tuesday's elections. ..." ...

"Gibson went on to outline additional priorities. Among them: a balanced federal budget through reduced spending, a successful end to operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and standing strong on the second amendment."
 

AR: Firearm rights candidates
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Election Day is tomorrow, and decision time is finally here. Who do I vote for? What reasoning do I use to put my picks together?"

"Being the Second Amendment advocate I am, I used only this right to guide my decisions. My thought is, if a candidate cannot read and value the Constitution as it is written, they do not deserve my vote, unless their opponent is an even more disgraceful politician. If they disrespect the Second Amendment, then they do not revere the rest of the document." ...
 

IL: Gentry disputes 'robo call" claims
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"Williamson County Commissioner Brent Gentry is disputing recorded calls that are being placed to local voters."

"... The messages state that Gentry has opposed offering the right to carry firearms as a ballot referendum."

"'This (issue) has never been brought up,' Gentry said. 'And for the record, I am a proponent of this amendment.'"

"Gentry said he is a supporter of Second Amendment rights. ..." ...
 

MA: Voters are wary
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... "The economy was on the minds of many people, but Bill Witaszek of Warren said there is one issue above all others that gets him to vote. Standing in the garage door at his Citgo station in Warren, he said there is no question he will vote and the type of candidates he will vote for."

"'I don't vote for people that are against the NRA,' he said. 'If you take away your Second Amendment rights, what have you got?'"

"Mr. Witaszek said that defending the right of gun ownership is also about preventing other rights from being taken away."

"'If you're willing to take away your Second Amendment rights, what's next? The right of free speech,' he asked." ...
 

PA: New York's Bloomberg funds ad attacking Corbett on 'Florida loophole'
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"An unlikely figure has thrown his weight and his wallet behind an attack ad in the Pennsylvania governor's race: New York's mayor, Michael Bloomberg."

"The billionaire mayor put up $500,000 to underwrite a gun-control group's 30-second commercial urging voters to reject Republican candidate Tom Corbett, and to aid the group's efforts in other Pennsylvania races." ...
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Submitter's Note: At 11 Eastern time, with 87% of precincts reporting, WaPo has called the race for Corbett over Onorato 53% to 47%. In your *face* CeaseFire PA!
 

CA: Barbara Boxer is the clear choice for U.S. Senate
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"The editorial board’s belief that Barbara Boxer will do a better job serving the people of California and this nation in the U.S. Senate than Carly Fiorina relies primarily on a review of key policy issues." ...

"On social issues, we prefer Sen. Boxer’s support for marriage equality and a wide variety of LGBT rights to Fiorina’s opposition. Similarly, we reject Fiorina’s views on the Second Amendment that tend to border on extremism, including allowing suspected terrorists to buy assault weapons." ...
 

MD: GOP voters outnumber Democrats at Washington Co. polls
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... "John Moore, a 70-year-old General Motors worker from Hagerstown, wore an National Rifle Association cap and camouflage jacket as he cast his votes."

"He said his support for gun owners’ rights was an overriding factor in his voting Republican for governor, U.S. senator and U.S. representative." ...
 

OH: "How John Kasich lost my vote only days before the election" and other letters from gun owners voting freedom first
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"Buckeye Firearms Association has taken its share of criticism from partisans who don't like our one-issue, non-partisan approach to evaluating, grading and endorsing candidates. But we've also heard from many people who are voting freedom first."

"It's Election Day, and we've said all we need to say until the polls close and the results are known. So here are a few examples from what YOU, our members and supporters, have been saying this week:" ...
 

OH: Final round: Mythbusting gubernatorial campaign claims
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"While it may seem that the events of the past week, involving misleading attacks against candidates endorsed by Buckeye Firearms Association, are something new and unprecedented, in fact we've seen it all before."

"In 2004, a mailer was sent to voters in Senate District 24 attacking a Democrat candidate for his support of concealed carry. The mailer, paid for by the Ohio Republican Party, attacked the Democrat for a position which the majority of the party's caucus in both chambers of the General Assembly supported and voted for. Ohio gun owners rightly called the ORP to account for its partisan hypocrisy." ...
 

WY: President of Wyoming Family Coalition lies to gun owners about Matt Mead
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"Director of Wyoming Gun Owners asks for Maureen Emrich to step down."

"Maureen Emrich, President of Wyoming Family Coalition, has apparently become a mouthpiece for the Mead Campaign. But not on the issues one would expect. To the contrary Emrich has decided to act as if she is an expert on gun rights. ..." ...
 

NYC's Bloomberg should call his group 'Mayors Against Armed Dark-Skinned People'
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"Almost a year ago, I wrote about 'Mayor Bloomberg's racist gun policies.' ..." ...

"The New York Times' Bob Herbert (not someone with whom I expected to find myself in agreement) provided a blistering rebuke of the blatant inequity of this policy Friday, in 'The Shame of New York.'"
"The police in New York City are not just permitted, they are encouraged to trample on the rights of black and Hispanic New Yorkers by relentlessly enforcing the city’s degrading, unlawful and outright racist stop-and-frisk policy." ...
 

CA: Calif. cop in prison for taking 'sex for ticket dismissal' bribe
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"A former California Highway Patrol officer convicted of dismissing a speeding ticket in exchange for sex has been sentenced to two years in prison."

"Superior Court Judge Lia Foster on Friday sentenced 53-year-old Abram Carabajal for perjury and receiving a bribe, giving him a harsher sentence than the Probation Department recommended." ...
 

AR: Arkansas Game and Fish goes wild
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"Have Arkansans finally realized the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has 'gone wild'?"

"In September, former AGFC commissioner Sheffield Nelson filed suit against the Game and Fish department, stating they had illegally restructured the commission, giving most of the power to three members. Last week, he added the question of whether the AGFC falls under the scrutiny of the Arkansas Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to the lawsuit. Also this month, a discovery was made the AGFC actually has more vehicles than number of employees." ...
 

OH: Retired police officer charged with attempted rape of 12-year-old girl
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" A retired Cleveland police officer was arrested Thursday after being accused of traveling to have sex with a 12-year-old girl."

"According to police, 53-year-old Robert Bonness, responded to an ad posted on Craigslist in July that advertised a father and daughter interested in a 'special person.'" ...
 

CA: One-time deputy charged with 12 felonies
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"The Orange County sheriff’s deputy arrested in March, suspected of being under the influence after two crashes in just 33 minutes and sending an elderly couple careening into a tree, is in even more legal hot water."

"The District Attorney’s Office filed nine additional felony charges against former deputy Allan James Waters, accusing him of lying to eight doctors in order to be prescribed painkillers." ...
 

TX: Ex-Midland ISD cop sentenced in child sex assault
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"A former Midland Independent School District police officer was sentenced Monday morning to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty Friday to having sex with a female student multiple times." ...

"Court documents claimed Ramirez had sexual encounters with a 14-year-old female student from Goddard Junior High School between Dec. 20, 2008 and Jan. 24, 2009, at a north Midland residence." ...
 

MA: Boston Police officer placed on administrative duty (video available)
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... "'When you look at the video at the point that he'd down on the ground with a lot of officers holding him, then you see one officer punching him hard a number of times and kneeing him at that seems from that picture to be inappropriate,' said Sarah Wunsch, a staff attorney with the Massachusetts chapter of the ACLU." ...

"Now Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis has placed the officer seen kneeing the teen, Officer Michael McManus, on administrative duty pending an internal investigation." ...
 

LA: Vidalia police chief charged in firearms case
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"Vidalia's police chief was charged Monday with making false statements to federal law enforcement agents investigating the use of firearms at the police department, federal prosecutors said." ...

"Specifically, Finley said, agents were trying to determine whether Hendricks had transferred a fully automatic machine gun owned by the department to the custody of someone for non-law enforcement use at a private hunting club in Ferriday. They also were investigating whether Hendricks had removed certain firearms from the department's evidence room and had given them to friends and acquaintances as gifts, Finley said." ...
 

2010 Firearms Law & The Second Amendment Symposium
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"The 2010 'Firearms Law & The Second Amendment Symposium' will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2010 at the John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Illinois."

"This event will be sponsored by The NRA Foundation and the John Marshall Law School chapter of the Federalist Society."

"Focusing on recent developments in our nation's courts regarding the Second Amendment, speakers will discuss and debate current Second Amendment scholarship and related issues." ...
 

EVENTS: VT: Local Law Enforcement Talks Gun Control at College Forum
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"A panel of law enforcement officers will give their perspective on gun-control laws on Monday, Nov. 8, at 7:30 p.m. at Bennington College's Greenwall Auditorium. It is free and open to the public."

"... The panel of rural and urban law enforcement officers from Vermont, Massachusetts and New York were invited to discuss the issue in the wake of two landmark Supreme Court decisions on the right to bear arms — District of Columbia v. Heller and McDonald v. Chicago." ...
 

MI: Right to carry guns in Michigan a hot topic after recent headlines
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... "Ben Shattuck, a Pontiac resident and member of a group called Michigan Open Carry, said he thinks guns and gun ownership have been hot topics lately because more people are carrying firearms for self-protection from crime in an uncertain economy." ...
 

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