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IRS cleared to employ private bill collectors
Submitted by: Dale Nick

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Submitter's Note: This bill will create more Jack Booted Thugs. And, according to the story, some tax revenue collectors already fit that description.

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"The action by House-Senate conferees drafting the omnibus spending package is one of dozens that have come to light as the public gives more scrutiny to the huge governmentwide spending bill passed Nov. 20."

"The removal of the restriction on private tax collectors leaves in force legislation enacted as part of this year's corporate tax bill, allowing the IRS to contract with private companies."

"Under the legislation, contractors will not have access to tax return information, other than the amount owed, and will have no role in determining the amount that is owed, officials said. They will be given names, addresses, phone numbers and other identifying information about delinquent payers."

"Private collectors will have authority to set up installment payment agreements and gather financial information about those targeted, presumably to assess their ability to pay or to locate assets that might be attached."
 

LEA Receives Three More Patents for Stun Gun
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Law Enforcement Associates continues to move toward unveiling of a new stun gun technology, bolstered by three additional patents.

LEA plans to unveil the stun gun in March.

The patents related to fused muscle tetany technology. The FMT research based on work by a biologist enables the new gun to be effective using less than one quarter the power of existing stun guns, LEA said.
 

UK: Dangerous sheep shot by police.
Submitted by: Sam Cox

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"A sheep was shot by armed police on Saturday after wandering on to busy roads from a roundabout in Swindon."

"The animal took up residence on the Commonhead roundabout near the Great Western Hospital at 9am, before being shot in a nearby field."

"The owner could not be traced, despite the efforts of local farmers and vets, but the animal did not suffer unnecessarily, said police."

"A Wiltshire police spokeswoman said the sheep was a danger to the public."
 

Gun Control: We Won the Battle, But Not the War
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"S. 1805/6, the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, states at the beginning 'Citizens have a right, protected by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, to keep and bear arms.' (3) The bill clearly states that lawsuits are still allowable when there was malfeasance on the part of the manufacturer or dealer, or if the manufacturer sold a defective product. The Act’s only goal was tort reform, doing away with nuisance lawsuits wherein a criminal used a properly manufactured firearm to commit a crime, or a person misused a non-defective firearm in a negligent manner that resulted in death or injury to an innocent party. Individuals and municipalities with the intention of somehow proving that manufacturers of firearms are responsible for the improper use of their product have brought these nuisance suits. While the cases have been consistently dismissed or resulted in a finding for firearms manufacturers, the legal costs alone threaten this relatively small industry, and could result in bankruptcy. As these companies go out of business, the gun banners get their desired outcome via attrition: stopping the sale of civilian firearms."

"So how did the Democrats, who claim not to be anti-gun, behave on this bill? Well, they didn’t exactly vote against S. 1805. What they did was to load it with 'poison pill' amendments that rendered it unacceptable in its final version, resulting in its being pulled from the floor." ...

"The entire anti-gun leadership remains in the Senate: Dianne Feinstein, Ted Kennedy, Charles Schumer, Frank Lautenberg, John Kerry, and Hillary Clinton. You will find their names on all the anti-gun amendments added to S. 1805/6 that resulted in its dismissal."
 

RI: Journalist faced prison over protecting source
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"Taricani is one of several journalists nationwide who have become locked in First Amendment battles with the government over confidential sources. That includes reporters for Time and The New York Times who have been threatened with jail as part of an investigation into the disclosure of an undercover CIA officer’s identity."

"In the Providence case, the FBI tape of a former mayoral aide taking a $1,000 payoff was part of a corruption probe that ultimately sent city officials, including former Mayor Vincent 'Buddy' Cianci, to federal prison."

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Submitter's note: An unelected official punishing someone for thinking a Constitutional amendment means what is says. THESE cases outrage the media, however.
 

UK: Burglars have rights too, says Attorney General
Submitted by: Henry Statkowski

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"A fresh row broke out last night about the rights of householders to fight back against intruders after the Government's most senior lawyer defended the rights of burglars."

"Lord Goldsmith, the attorney-general, flew in the face of the Prime Minister's pledge to look again at the law with a view to giving homeowners more rights when he said that existing legislation was adequate."

"He said that criminals must also have the right to protection from violence, prompting David Davis, the shadow home secretary, to accuse the government of being dangerously split on the issue."

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Submitter's Note: And they wonder why their crime rate keeps climbing?
 

Maker defends Taser, stun-gun in the sights of scandal
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"The maker of an electrical 'stun gun,' in the midst of another Iraq prisoner scandal, said the Taser is nonetheless safe."

"The stun-guns can zap a person at 6.5 meters (20 feet) with 50,000 volts, which lower 'officers' injuries by 80 percent and suspects' injuries by 60 percent,' he said." ...

"However, Tasers have gotten some different press lately."

"In Miami, police used them on a 12-year-old girl and a boy of six."

"And in Iraq, four members of an elite special operations task force were punished for unauthorized use of Tasers on prisoners."
 

MT: Bill drafted to force federal law enforcement agents to get Sheriff's permission before conducting arrest, search or seizure
Submitted by: Angel Shamaya

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A bill similar to this one passed the Montana legislature some years ago but was vetoed by the governor. Perhaps now that federal Congressmen keep passing civil-rights-abusive laws they never even read ("Patriot Act", recent 3,000-page "intelligence" bill, etc.), maybe this one can pass and get signed.

Among its tenets:

"A federal employee who is not designated by Montana law as a Montana peace officer may not make an arrest, search, or seizure in this state without the written permission of the sheriff or designee of the sheriff of the county in which the arrest, search, or seizure will occur unless:" ...
 

IL: Gun shop targeted again
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Palos Heights resident Jim Horton is not the typical person you expect to see at a protest outside a gun shop."

" 'As a gun owner and hunter, I value my hunting rights, but I also know how dangerous guns can be,' Horton said."

"Horton was one of about 70 people who came to Riverdale on Friday to protest the lack of laws that allows shops like Chuck's Gun Shop to sell weapons that end up in the hands of criminals."

" 'Handguns sold by Chuck's Guns are specifically sold to kill human beings. You do not need a handgun to go hunting,' he said."

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KABA Note: Where does the Second Amendment refer to hunting?
 

IL: Gun protesters plan to target lawmakers
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Aref and dozens of others affiliated with United Power for Action and Justice stood outside Chuck's Gun Shop in Riverdale on Friday to announce that next year state and federal elected officials will be targeted in a concerted effort to make sure laws change so gun dealers are held accountable for weapons later involved in crimes."

"United Power representatives said they have registered more than 11,000 new voters in an effort to force lawmakers to address the issue."

"Chuck's Gun Shop topped a report earlier this year by the Americans for Gun Safety Foundation, which found 2,370 guns involved in crimes from 1996 to 2000 were traced back to Chuck's."

"But as Riverdale police officers manned the street opposite the gathering, protesters made it clear Chuck's was only one example of a larger problem. Of the top 35 dealers that supplied crime-scene guns during the same time period, 13 are located in Illinois and Indiana, according to the report. ..."
 

OR: The Right And Wrong Of Self-defense: Use-of-force doctrine has limits, as Coos County physician learns
Submitted by: Robert Krotts

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"The shooting was clearly an accident - even the judge agreed.
And still, Coos County's former coroner found himself at the jailhouse last month, serving most of a 30-day sentence for felony assault - his first conviction after 29 years as a practicing physician and 15 years as the county's medical examiner. Now he is likely to lose his medical license." ...

"It began when a group of rowdy young men charged onto Bill Hosack's property Feb. 7. One of the trespassers began beating his friend, says Hosack, 64. As the melee unfolded, Hosack - gun in hand - swung at one of the young men. The weapon fired. A stray bullet hit a bystander."

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Submitter's Note : After the incident was called to 911 it took the police over an hour to arrive at the scene. Alcohol was apparently a contributing factor to bad decisions on both sides of the argument.
 

KY: Gun locks available for free to protect children
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The national gun safety program Project ChildSafe will be revisiting Warren County on Monday to distribute more educational information and an additional 260,000 free gun locks to area police departments."

"The program, which has already handed out 370,000 locks to residents of Kentucky, will be supplying the extra locks to area law enforcement agencies as part of the initiative to help prevent accidental gunfire."

"Capt. Brent Brown of the Warren County Sheriff’s Department said its supply of locks is dwindling."
 

UK: Knife sales to be banned for under-18s
Submitted by: David Codrea

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"THE HOME OFFICE will announce a raft of measures this week to crack down on knife crime."

"In an attempt to allay fears about rising levels of violence, shops will be banned from selling knives to under-18s and stiffer penalties will be imposed on those caught carrying knives on the street."

"David Blunkett, the home secretary, wants a five-year sentence — similar to that for people carrying guns — to be the penalty for those in possession of knives."
 

MT: Bill drafted to exempt Montana-made/retained firearms from federal jurisdiction
Submitted by: Angel Shamaya

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Because the Constitution's interstate commerce clause is abused on a daily basis all across America to infringe the rights of Americans, and because the BATF's existence as Gun Confiscating Thugs hinges on blatant abuse of the interstate commerce clause, this bill draft is a welcome sight for sore eyes.

It's a short bill and easy to read. Among its tenets:

"A Montana citizen whom the government of the United States attempts to prosecute, under the congressional power to regulate interstate commerce, for violation of a federal law concerning the manufacture, sale, transfer, or possession of a firearm, a firearm accessory, or ammunition manufactured and retained within Montana must be defended in full by the Montana attorney general."
 

IL: Pellet gun ruling's ramifications feared
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"If officials must keep schools safe, they must have a means for expelling students, local educators said last week after a controversial court ruling."

"Furthermore, if school boards must weigh the future education needs of disruptive students, they need alternative schools for elementary students, officials said."

"Local school officials were angered last week over a Cook County Circuit Court judge's decision to dramatically reduce the expulsion of a 9-year-old Sauk Village boy for bringing a pellet gun to school last March."

"Judge David Donnersberger returned the boy to regular classes by cutting Community Consolidated School District 168's expulsion from two years to three months."
 

MT: Bill drafted to limit Montana peace officer authority to enforce federal laws
Submitted by: Angel Shamaya

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Because local and state law enforcement officers tend to help federal law enforcement agents violate the rights of Americans, this bill to help curtail that ability is a great idea.

Among its tenets:

"A person normally operating as a peace officer pursuant to the laws of Montana who aids federal authorities in the enforcement of any federal laws that are in conflict with rights reserved to the people of Montana in the Montana constitution or with restrictions imposed on the state in the Montana constitution is considered to be acting outside of the person's authority as a Montana peace officer and to be acting as a private person without state authority."
 

Philippines: Oro media seeks gun permits from police
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"TWO huge media organizations here in the region are now poised to request Philippine National Police Region 10 (PNP-10) director Dante Tejada permits for journalists to carry firearms in public."

"Senator Aquilino 'Nene' Pimentel, Jr. said 'guns-for-hire' against media practitioners kill with 'impunity' in Mindanao."

"In separate interviews with Sun.Star Cagayan de Oro, Cagayan de Oro Press Club (COPC) president Jerry Orcullo and Philippine National Police Press Corps 10 (PNP Press Corps-10) chairman Micheal Bustamante were both one in proposing for the arming of journalists."
 

UK: Blunkett's knife plan condemned
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"Anti-knife campaigners have attacked Government plans to ban under 18s from buying blades as 'too little, too late'."

"The Victims of Crime Trust accused Home Secretary David Blunkett of 'hijacking' genuine concerns from the relatives of loved ones stabbed to death on Britain's streets."

"Mr Blunkett wants to raise the age at which youngsters can buy knives from 16 to 18, and has pledged to do everything in his power to rid the menace."

"He will use talks with police chiefs on Wednesday to unveil plans to hold consultations over the change but senior Home Office sources said he was almost certain to push ahead with it."
 

The Second Amendment (Blog)
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"...the Brady Campaign seems to be saying that, since they believe the entire concept of the 'milita' is an anachronism, we are permitted to ignore the Second Amendment. Setting aside the obvious fact that the militia clause does not, textually, restrain the individual right laid out in the Second Amendment, the Brady Campaign is actually itself ignoring the militia clause because of their belief that it is outdated. This is surely impermissible. If I think free speech is outmoded, that doesn't make for a legitmate constitutional argument that the First Amendment is irrelevant. ..."
 

TX: Robbery suspect shot attempting to flee
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"A would-be robbery victim Sunday morning turned the tables on his assailants when he wrested a gun from them and shot one of the suspects as they attempted to flee." ...

"Police said the victim scooped up the weapon and shot one of the men in the small of the back at the doorway as they tried to escape."

"The suspect who was shot collapsed at the bottom of the staircase, as the homeowner continued to struggle with the second suspect, who fled."
 

OH: Project urges gun safety
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"This weekend, and for the next couple of weeks leading up to Christmas, Toler is making his deliveries in Kentucky. Since Friday, he has been delivering free locks to Northern Kentucky. Monday, he will head to Louisville."

"Project ChildSafe is funded by two grants - $30 million in all - from the U.S. Department of Justice. These grants will fund the program through Aug. 31, 2005."

"When all are delivered, the organization will have distributed 32 million firearm safety kits this year to all 50 states. Each kit includes a firearm safety brochure and a cable-style gun lock - a steel cable, covered in vinyl, with one end secured to a key padlock."
 

UK: Stabbing victims' families demand prison for anybody caught carrying a knife
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"Relations of five people who have been murdered will go to Downing Street tomorrow to demand that carrying a knife in public be punishable with the same sentence as carrying a gun."

"All five of the victims - three of them children - died as a result of stab wounds. Paul Walmsey, whose 14-year-old son Luke was stabbed at school by a fellow pupil in November last year, told The Telegraph that sentences for carrying knives had to be more serious." ...

"Knives are so prevalent now that every two weeks someone loses their life as a result of being stabbed. Every two weeks a family has to go through what we've been through – and total devastation doesn't even come close to describing that."
 

Australia: Police given computer spy powers
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"The Surveillance Devices Act allows police to obtain a warrant to use software surveillance technologies, including systems that track and log keystrokes on a computer keyboard. The law applies to the Australian Federal Police and to state police investigating Commonwealth offences."

"Critics have called the law rushed and imbalanced, saying police will be able to secretly install software to monitor email, online chats, word processor and spreadsheets entries and even bank personal identification numbers and passwords."

"Irene Graham, executive director of watchdog Electronic Frontiers Australia, said the law went too far in allowing police surveillance."
 

IN: Police exchange unwanted weapons for Wal-Mart gift certificates
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"A shotgun and a small caliber handgun, referred to as a Saturday night special."

"Two guns that Robert Bailey no longer wanted around his home."

"He drove from Michigan City on Saturday morning to Niles for the Stop the Violence Coalition's annual gun buyback."
 

Australia: Residents flee from road-rage shooting
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"RESIDENTS have told of their fear as a minor traffic bingle erupted into a potentially deadly road-rage attack at Seaton."

"They sheltered in their homes as gunshots were fired just metres from their front doors."

"Later, at nearby West Lakes, the occupants of several homes were ordered to stay indoors during a two-hour siege before the alleged gunman surrendered to STAR Group police."
 

OH: CHL-holder stops attack in parking garage of 'no-guns' hospital
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"The following letter was recently sent to OFCC by a man who says an armed criminal attempted to rob his 79 year-old father after visiting his daughter-in-law, who was a patient at the Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton. ..."

"...My dad, 79 years old, was walking to his car when a man tried to rob him."

"He ran, and yelled to some people to help him. The man he asked for help told him to back up against the wall, then the man pulled a gun on the would-be robber and told him 'one more step and you die.' " ...

"When the signs go up the bad guys come out."

"This hospital is one of many which posted signs after an anti-concealed carry campaign was waged by the Ohio Hospital Association early this year."
 

MA: Time to take muzzle off muzzleloader season
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"It's been a great deer season for many of our readers and for many the season on archery and shotgun hunting has ended. But now there is one last crack at getting the beef this time via a muzzleloader."

"The season opens tomorrow morning and will run until Dec. 31. Hunters will be in the field with those smokepoles doing their best to fire off a shot at a buck and trying their best to see through the smoke left behind to see if they hit the animal." ...

"Today's more modern muzzleloaders are .50 to .56-caliber and are extremely accurate out to as much as 175 yards. Shots at this distance are rare in Massachusetts but the ability of the smokepole to do the job is there."
 

NY: Making school safe for kids
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"That violence can detonate any time, in any school district, is generally agreed upon. Fights happen." ...

"...The three Long Island districts have each seen combative incidents the past several weeks -- a series of fights at one, a brawl that led to the discovery of a hidden weapon at another, and, at the third, a student killed nearby."

"Each of the districts is now left looking for ways to curb such violence. Some are short-term fixes. Others are more extreme, long-term solutions."
 

Time to Make one Last Push Against the Anti-gun National ID Card
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"It's 'crunch time' for the 9/11 bill -- and the future of the anti-gun National ID proposal attached to it."

"Those who want to trade their constitutional liberties for a little false security are aware of this. They were on ABC News on Tuesday night, demanding National ID's for American citizens."

"Gun Owners of America has been educating the public and rallying the troops against this horrendous idea. GOA Executive Director Larry Pratt and former Rep. Bob Barr teamed up to place an editorial in The Washington Times right before Thanksgiving."

"Among other things, the editorial notes how this National ID card will be 'a driver's license that, more than likely, will include a radio identifier chip and some biometric data, allowing the government to track individual Americans' movements with ease. Every time we pass through a toll, or board an airplane, or enter a state or federal government facility, that will be tracked and recorded.' "
 

OR: Stevens County student dies after shooting self at school
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"A 16-year-old Stevens County boy shot himself in the head with a handgun at school and died at a hospital here about five hours later."

"Skyler Cullitan shot himself early Friday afternoon in the entryway at Lakeside High School in Suncrest, about 14 miles northwest of Spokane. He died Friday after he was flown by helicopter to Deaconess Medical Center."

"None of the teachers or 500 other students was injured or threatened, said Stevens County sheriff's Capt. Mike George."
 

AZ: Tempe school cops will get stun guns
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"Troublemakers in Tempe’s secondary schools may be in for a shock next time they threaten other students."

"The Tempe City Council on Thursday approved spending up to $200,000 to arm an additional 170 Tempe police officers with Taser guns — including the school resource officers who spend their days overseeing and educating students in middle and high schools."

"Tempe parents were unaware of the plan, but some said they would approve of the idea if it was used only to prevent serious injury — and not just to break up regular schoolyard fights."
 

Founders' intent was clear: Guns are necessary to protect liberty
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"George Mason (Virginia Ratification Convention, June 14, 1788) warned: ' . . . (T)o disarm the people; that was the best and most effectual way to enslave them; but that they should not do it openly, but weaken them, and let them sink gradually, by totally disusing and neglecting the militia.' "

"There are those who say those days and ways are gone. This is not Europe, this is America. We stand alone, unique. I must stand with Founding Father Richard Henry Lee, who stated, 'To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of the people always possess arms, and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them... ' "
 

TX: Rifle quest lands EP woman in Juárez jail
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"It wasn't a rare antique, just a run-of-the-mill .22-caliber Marlin her father purchased at Wal-Mart on Mesa Street to take back to his ranch in Mexico. It wasn't old, three or four years at the most. And it wasn't precious, maybe worth $140."

"But Rosalba Herrera still wanted it back." ..."

"Herrera, 39, an industrial product designer who lives on El Paso's West Side, said she was told by Customs and Border Protection officers that she could cross the rifle into the United States, but when she tried on July 27 at the Santa Teresa port of entry, they turned her down."

"That was only the beginning of Herrera's saga, a cautionary tale for anyone thinking of crossing the border with a weapon."
 

Col. Denman’s Luger
Submitted by: Robert Lewis

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"A few days ago, a package arrived in the mail from the widow of my late father-in-law, Colonel Dale Denman, Jr., of Heber Springs, Arkansas. I opened it and there was a leather holster and inside it, a German Luger pistol. My father-in-law had taken it from a captured German officer in early 1945 and kept it for almost sixty years. He had left his wife instructions that I was to get it." ...

"I have relatives and friends who get out of bed every morning and do an hour of exercise to keep them fit. I don't do that. My exercise is that I get out of bed and hit my knees and thank God for waking up in America, where I live in peace and freedom, no Gestapo chasing me, no KGB putting me in the Gulag, no Hamas blowing me up. All thanks to men like Col. Denman and the heroism he showed capturing this Luger."
 

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