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Comment: Remember These 'Terrible People'
Submitted by: Clifford J. Petersen

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My two cents after Brennan's wisdom: Remember that the liberal leftist MISleaders KNOW what they are doing; the blinking parrots are merely ignorant followers. The TRUTH is our first tool against both.

Regional public range
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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A democratic senator fighting for gun owners?

Smith & Wesson Agrees to Gun Safety Plan
Submitted by: Lyndell Rottmann

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"Boston's...requires...external locks on its guns immediately, develop internal gun locks by 2003, use hidden serial numbers to prevent tampering, and add chamber-load indicators to show whether a weapon has a round in its chamber.

...will compel keep better records of gun sales and report them more quickly to the company...limit customers from buying more than one of the brand's firearms every two weeks,...terminate dealer agreements if those conditions are violated."

Submitted by: Paul Williams

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Senator Tom Daschle is blocking passage of a bill that would authorize polling places on domestic military bases.

This bill has passed the House. Both Tom Daschle and Bill Clinton oppose this bill and are fighting to stop its passage.

This bill if passed would make it easier for your sons and daughters to vote in the next election. Tom says NO. Time to tell Tom what you think of his views.

You do not examine legislation in light of the benefits it will convey if properly administered, but in light of the wrongs it would do and the harms it would cause if improperly administered. —LYNDON B. JOHNSON

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