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Ashcroft Not Queried On Campaign Funds
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"During more than two years of investigating two campaign committees that Attorney General John D. Ashcroft maintained when he was in the Senate, the Federal Election Commission never directly questioned Ashcroft or obtained a sworn statement from him even though the issue of his personal ownership of a mailing list and the income it produced were central to the inquiry."

"Ellen L. Weintraub, chairwoman of the FEC, said she and the other two Democrats on the panel did not have the required four votes to carry a motion to interview Ashcroft. In addition, she said, all the commissioners did not want to be seen as 'harassing the attorney general of the United States' and so never sought to question him."
 

Security level raised as holidays, fresh intelligence are assessed
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"Amid warnings that al-Qaida could be plotting a fresh attack on U.S. soil, security was stepped up Monday at the nation's airports, borders, nuclear plants, landmarks and seaports."

"The threat level increased to orange - or high - just as millions of Americans prepared to travel for the holidays."

"Federal law enforcement officials said the busy holiday season was a key reason the administration decided to boost the threat level from yellow. Many people travel and gather in public places over Christmas and New Year's, creating attractive targets."
 

Collectivism will kill us!
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"This collectivism is going to kill us, people."

"After it destroys your individuality, it will claim that individual rights do not exist either. It will destroy your sense of self. It will confiscate your earnings, appropriate your achievements and accomplishments and try to convince you that your triumphs aren’t yours – that you couldn’t have possibly achieved your goals without the help and input of others – that no right, no accomplishment, no earned possession is yours alone."

"It will indoctrinate you into this destructive mentality, teach your children that there’s strength in numbers and tell them that individualism is a fault." ...
 

Amending an Amendment
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"The First Amendment is dead. Repealed. History." ...

"In a strange decision last week, a 5-4 majority of the court upheld the Bipartisan Campaign Finance Reform Act, often known as McCain-Feingold." ...

"But political parties hardly matter anymore, because of another provision of McCain-Feingold. The law also bars them, and unions, interest groups and corporations from running TV ads that mention a specific candidate in the 60 days before a federal election. But if they’re not allowed to engage in politics during the two months before election day (when people might actually be paying attention), why should any of these groups bother engaging in politics at all? Or, maybe, that’s what the incumbent politicians want."
 

The Supreme Court's double standard
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"One part of this so-called "reform" legislation greatly reduces the First Amendment rights of millions of Americans who want to express their views during the crucial period of national election campaigns through organizations that produce issue ads. But the new law does not limit the previous right of prodigiously wealthy Americans — for example, George Soros or Bill Gates — to spend as much of their own money, without contributing to a political party or a candidate, on election advertisements as they like."
 

High court's ruling is all-out assault on right to engage in politics
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"The Libertarian Party, which is one of the plaintiffs that challenged the campaign finance law upheld on Tuesday by the Supreme Court, has denounced the ruling as an 'all-out assault on the right of every American to engage in the political process.' "

" 'Why not just outlaw elections and get it over with?' said Geoffrey Neale, the Libertarian Party's national chair. 'The Supreme Court has just given incumbent politicians the power to financially cripple their competitors and, in the process, award themselves lifetime jobs.' "
 

"Gun Controllers: It's Like They Have an Addiction!"
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"In this article, we will look at the behavioral similarities between alcoholism and gun control." ...

"Alcoholism, also known as alcohol dependence, is a disease that includes the following four symptoms:"

"1. Craving--A strong need, or urge, to drink.
2. Loss of control--Not being able to stop drinking once drinking has begun.
3. Physical dependence--Withdrawal symptoms, such as nausea, sweating, shakiness, and anxiety after stopping drinking.
4. Tolerance--The need to drink greater amounts of alcohol to get 'high.' " ...

"Now let us look at each of these four points in order to better understand the mind-set of the dedicated gun controller."
 

UK: Bus litter killer's life sentence
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.krafft/

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"A man has been given life in prison at the Old Bailey for murdering someone who had told him off for dropping litter."

"Martin Gibbs was sentenced for the 1998 killing of Wilbourne Williams who had rebuked him for throwing a bottle out of a bus window."

"After Mr Williams, 56, criticised Gibbs for throwing the water bottle out of the window, Gibbs became verbally aggressive and threatening."

"To avoid a confrontation, Mr Williams got off the bus at the next stop and crossed Vauxhall Bridge."

"Gibbs followed Mr Williams and stabbed him."

"Passers by and paramedics treated him, but he later died in hospital."

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What's next - a knife ban?
 

IN: Sheriff's Dept. Promotes Firearms Safety
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"The Vanderburgh County Sheriff's department is promoting firearms safety Monday."

"The department had 1000 gun locks on hand, to give to the public for free." KABA NOTE: Once again we remind our readers that paid for by taxpayers is not free.

"Hundreds were given out through out the day."

"The department's goal is to prevent accidents at home, especially those involving children."

"Vanderburgh County Chief Deputy Eric Williams says, 'They're super easy to use. They're very self explanatory, and they do render a firearm, unable to use without a key. There's just no way you're going to make a firearm shoot with one of these installed on the weapon.' "

"Any left-over safety kits will be given out at the next Vanderburgh County 4-H Fair."
 

NY: Another shooting in "gun free" New York
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"A turf dispute between two Brooklyn gangs erupted in gunfire outside a nightclub early yesterday, striking a bystander who died in front of her two children there, police said."

"Two gang members were seriously injured." ...

"Police said nothing significant happened at the nightclub that night to spark the shooting. Family and gang members said the rival gang members were having a dispute over territory."
 

GOA-backed Legislation To Arm Cargo Pilots Becomes Law -- Yet TSA continues to drag its feet in arming passenger pilots
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"While this new law will allow cargo pilots to carry firearms onto their planes, GOA remains concerned that the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) will work to limit the number of cargo pilots who can carry guns, just as it has impeded the number of eligible passenger pilots."

"Captain Tracy Price published an editorial in The Washington Times last week which detailed the extent to which the TSA has dragged its feet in this area."

"The TSA has 'very intentionally and successfully' minimized the number of volunteers to the armed pilots program, Price says, by employing 'thinly veiled threats' and making the program extremely difficult to get into."
 

Effectiveness of Body Armor Questioned
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"Richard Davis invented a flexible, concealable type of body armor after taking a bullet while delivering a pizza. He vouched for his products by donning them and shooting himself with a gun -- nearly 200 times over three decades. The company he founded in 1972, Second Chance Body Armor Inc., became the nation's biggest supplier of bulletproof vests to law enforcement agencies. It claims to have saved more than 920 wearers from death or serious injury. Now, Second Chance is drawing fire of a different sort: allegations that its vests are defective."
 

South Africa: Domestic Violence: Zero Tolerance is Now the Law
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"THE Combating of Domestic Violence Act, passed by Parliament earlier this year, has now come into effect." ...

"The law creates mechanisms of legal protection for people caught up in abusive domestic relationships - but, at the same time, makes it clear that this protection is confined to married or de facto partners of the opposite sex; parents and children; and relationships involving one or more financial dependants living under the same roof." ...

"The Act gives the victim in an abusive relationship the option of securing a protection order against his or her abuser."

"If the abuser breaches that order, he or she can be convicted and fined a maximum of N$8 000, jailed for up to two years, or subjected to both penalties."
 

NC: Redistricting the Demopublican Way
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"Party labels have lost any connection to ideology. Legislators now choose their party, and faction within their party, just to improve their position in the General Assembly power structure." ...

"So all of this legal wrangling isn't about the Constitution, nor is it about representing the citizens of this state. It's all about who is going to have better odds at controlling a small handful of seats that hold the balance of power. Everything else is neatly divided between Demopublicans who display loyalty not to parties, not to ideas, and certainly not to the voters, but only to their own power."
 

UK: Schoolboy pistol-whipped
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"A 15-YEAR-OLD boy had a gun held to his head in a vicious robbery as he walked home from school."

"The youngster was walking through Brockwell Park at 4pm on Tuesday when a youth of about 18 ran towards him brandishing a black handgun. He held it to the boy's head, forced him to the ground and started to beat him around the head with it. Two other men joined in the attack, kicking and punching the boy's head as he lay on the ground."

"The boy managed to get to his feet and run away. The robbers took his schoolbag, which only carried books, and escaped in the direction of Tulse Hill or Brailsford Road. The boy had swollen eyes, bruised cheeks, cuts and a swelling on the back of his head."
 

Australia: Handguns being stolen in NSW
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"Yet another brazen robbery in Sydney has seen more handguns end up in the hands of crooks. Yesterday a number of handguns were stolen when security guards were bailed up in an area packed with Christmas shoppers."

"It continues a theme of recent weeks where guards have been targeted for their guns, which end up on the black market and often fall into the hands of Sydney's violent street gangs."

"The NSW Government has responded by setting up a police task force for illegal guns, but the gun control lobby says New South Wales has refused to recognise the seriousness of the problem."
 

CA: Salinas Store Owners More Suspicious After Robberies
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"Some Salinas storeowners are buying guns and taking extra precautions to protect themselves after a rash of recent robberies."

"At least five businesses have been robbed at gunpoint on South Main Street alone, and that's just in the last two weeks. The robbers have hit a video store, a bank, a fast food restaurant, a Radio Shack and a Laundromat." ...

"Police are telling stores owners to make sure their video cameras are working and that they have more than one person working at a time. They also shouldn't keep a lot of cash in the register, according to authorities."

"Police do not recommend that store owners purchase guns unless they go through training."
 

NY: More gun crime in gun control "utopia"
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"Longtime criminal and parole violator George Konstantinides, who engaged in a blazing shootout with cops on Saturday, was busted yesterday in the bar of a Times Square-area hotel, cops said." ...

"Two men were shot and wounded early yesterday while traveling in a car in Williamsbridge, police said. The violence erupted at 1:47 a.m. on East Gun Hill Road when a gunman or gunmen opened fire on the two, who were in a moving car." ...

"Cops are hunting for an armed mugger who shot and wounded a 23-year-old man during a struggle in the Arlington section, police said yesterday." ...

"A gang of thieves shot and wounded a man on a Corona street corner last night."
 

A Darwin Award for Government
Submitted by: LFA Editor
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"If we do a Darwin Award for individuals who manage to kill themselves through stupidity what do we give to honor those who manage to destroy lives and opportunities for others through manipulation of legislation and policy? Muddy thinking is a waste of time and resources. It hurts individuals and confused the issue. Our military has been used as a reengineering ground for the idea that male/female individuals are basically the same. This is like using your best china for Frisbees."
 

NY: Rochester police officer's appeal denied
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"The state Supreme Court ruled against a former city police officer who argued a judge erred when he decided not to sever two witness tampering charges related to his arson trial six years ago."

"In 1998, David Michaud was convicted of setting fire to his Rochester home while his children slept inside two years earlier."

"In addition, prosecutors indicted him with two counts of witness tampering charges after he attempted to have a woman recant her testimony and have a man claim he accidentally started the fire."

"Although he was acquitted on the tampering charge involving the woman, Michaud argued the charge involving the two were unrelated and should have been severed according to a 2003 court ruling that a defendant has an absolute right to sever unrelated charges."
 

NY: Diner is killed at Rao's in "gun free" New York City
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Gunfire broke out last night at the exclusive celebrity hangout Rao's in East Harlem when a 67-year-old man allegedly pulled a pistol and fatally shot a patron in the chest, cops said.

The shooting occurred at 10:45 p.m., splattering blood all over the restaurant where the city's power elite often rub elbows with shady GoodFellas.

Witnesses said the laughter and casual late-night dinner conversation turned into screams and cries for help as at least two shots from a .38-caliber handgun echoed through the 10-table establishment.

The gunman, identified as Louis Barone, 67, of East Harlem, was sitting at the bar drinking a glass of wine when the victim walked in, cops said.
 

Dumb, dumber, dumbest: The top 10 crooks of 2003 (Comic Relief)
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Here is just one sample of dumb criminal antics.

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No. 4: On Jan. 1, a man in Palm Beach County, Fla., stole a gun from a friend and robbed a gas station of $200.

The robber left behind his wallet with four pieces of ID and three traffic tickets.

 

MN: New crime lab could help speed justice along
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"Investigators in the state's old crime lab used to joke they worked in Third World conditions: There was a cache of jumbled firearms, heat like the desert and cramped conditions." ...

"With the BCA's move to a new building on St. Paul's East Side, those conditions and others have been improved."

"The criminal justice system should see tangible evidence of improvements from the lab, but benefits to Minnesota communities might be less evident."

"Investigators are expected to be able to analyze evidence more quickly, which could mean getting criminals off the street faster, possibly stopping them from committing more crimes in the meantime, Campion said."
 

MD: Suspect asks for seized guns
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"Four months after police seized more than 80 weapons, including several machine guns, from a Carroll County firearms dealer's home, the man is asking for many of his guns back." ...

"Tabassi filed a motion this month to require authorities to return seized weapons and computers, saying they were beyond the scope of the search warrant served by police in August at his home." ...

"Although Tabassi helped police break up a murder plot by purported cultists in 2001, troopers targeted him in July after being tipped off that he may have been in possession of an unregistered machine gun..."
 

Brazil Gets Sweeping Gun-Control Law
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"President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva signed a sweeping gun-control law Monday in an effort to rein in what he called 'an epidemic of murder by firearms.' "

"Under the so-called disarmament statute passed Dec. 9 by Congress, only the armed forces, police, prison guards and private security personnel can possess firearms in Brazil." ...

"The law was 'a landmark for Brazilian democracy,' Silva said. 'An important aim of the law is to choke off one of the sources of organized crime by denying them access to firearms.' "

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More government delusion. These people haven't heard the British lesson, nor have they seen "Innocents Betrayed."
 

OH: Gunshot Reports on the Rise
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"Reports about gunshots this month are up 59 percent from last December in Franklin County, where authorities are investigating a series of highway shootings in the southern part of the county."

"The sheriff's office has received 149 reports of shots being fired, up from 94 a year ago. In November, there were 126 reports of gunfire, compared with 87 in the same month in 2002."

"Sheriff's Chief Deputy Steve Martin has encouraged the public to call in with tips about the shooter or shooters. Authorities have linked 18 of the shootings on or near a stretch of Interstate 270, including one that killed a 62-year-old woman in November. Most occurred within the past two months."
 

Firearm Facts 2004
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"NRA's popular Firearm Fact Card briefly addresses topics of interest to gun owners, students and other members of the public."
 

CT: Corruption claim governor says he was called by God
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"The governor of the strait-laced New England state of Connecticut has rejected calls for his resignation over corruption allegations, saying he is in direct contact with God."

"In a performance worthy of a fallen 'televangelist' John Rowland, who has admitted accepting favours and gifts from powerful businessmen, defended his position by saying the Almighty had called to him 'loud and clear' in his 'adversity'."

"Mr Rowland, a Republican who faces a federal inquiry into the awarding of lucrative state contracts, spoke flanked by local soldiers recently returned from Iraq." ...

"Several of his aides also face inquiries..."
 

MD: Deer Kills Up Slightly During Gun Season
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Despite some snowy and foggy weather, hunters in Maryland killed slightly more deer during this year's gun season than they did last year.

The Department of Natural Resources says hunters took an estimated 42,166 deer, about 700 more than last year -- a 1.7 percent increase.

About 2,900 kills were recorded in the 12 counties that allowed a Sunday hunt this year. It was the first Sunday hunt since Maryland was a colony.

State officials believe that the kills from the current muzzleloader season and the final bonus firearms season in portions of the state next month will push the annual kill total past 100,000 for the first time in state history.
 

Australia: New taskforce to track down gun gangsters
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"A wave of brazen raids on armoured vans and cash escorts took a violent turn when a teenage girl was shot during a robbery, sparking a manhunt in western Sydney last night and a dramatic boost in police numbers to target the bandits."

"As the Carr Government announced a 16-member taskforce to tackle the robberies, police surrounded a house in Chad Place, St Clair, after a black Commodore used during a cash van raid in Hornsby was tracked to the address. State Protection Group officers swooped on the house about 8.30pm amid fears a suspect was holed up inside, possibly with hostages."
 

UT: Key senator says he'd revisit gun law
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"Sunday's standoff of more than three dozen church leaders in defiance of Utah's pro-gun Legislature met with zero opposition from lawmakers."

"The Legislature's point man on guns, Sen. Michael Waddoups, said if clergy have a problem with a new law that requires them to register with the state in order to ban weapons from their houses of worship, 'Why didn't they ask me to change it?' "

"The Taylorsville Republican said he won't come down on churches and synagogues that refuse to comply with the registration provision that he crafted, and insists he is willing to consider amending the law."
 

PA: Penalties Rise For Repeat Gun And Drug Violators
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"The penalties for repeat gun and drug violators have gone up and local law enforcement officials are now hoping for a reduction in violent crime."

"Monday morning in Harrisburg, several officials from law enforcement agencies applauded the new penalties under a federal program called Project Safe Neighborhoods. It prosecutes some state crimes under the federal system and is designed to take repeat offenders off the streets for as long as possible." ...

"Most of the assets seized from criminals under Project Safe Neighborhoods go to local law agencies."
 

Used Gun Seeks Loving Home
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"This is the same in all sports. We grow dissatisfied with perfectly good equipment, usually because we blame our own failings on it, and sell it at a loss to buy something supposedly better. I have done so many times, to someone else’s great benefit."

"The wonderful world of rifles is full of bargains that used to belong to someone else. Mixed in among them, however, is a sprinkling of dogs whose owners ditched them with a song in their hearts. So, just in time for Christmas, here’s how to tell the deals from the lemons."
 

UK: Stun gun leads to jail term
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"A PROPERTY developer caught with a cattle prod-style stun gun in his conservatory during a police search has been jailed for six months."

"Officers made the shocking discovery when at the East Ham home of 54-year-old Barry Turrell in connection with a mail order pornography investigation."

"They found nothing to link Turrell with the pornography sting but uncovered the stun gun, two modified bullets as well as two replica guns when raiding the house in Blenheim Road."
 

Congress Considers More Protection for Gun Privacy Rights
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"Congress has passed a law enhancing the privacy rights of gun buyers."

"In fact, a new law could soon change the approach to buying a gun."

"Gun dealer Larry Deason says, 'used to, didn't have to have a license to order a gun, you used to mail order back in fifties and sixties. Now, in order for an individual to purchase any type of gun, you have to go through the Brady Bill.' "

"Signed into law in 1993, the Brady Bill required a five day waiting period to gather background information."

"In 1998, those checks became instant, but the government kept the records for six months.
Later, that limit was moved to only 90 days.
This past week, the US House of Representatives approved a 24 hour rule."
 

NH: N.H. Guardsman Heads to Iraq After Pardon
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"A New Hampshire National Guardsman was pardoned Monday for an assault conviction involving his wife and son so he could be deployed to Iraq."

"The state's Executive Council, an elected body that decides on pardons with the governor, voted unanimously to pardon Keith McNeil, 42."

"McNeil, from Nashua, was convicted of assaulting his wife and son in 1999 when he learned his son had dropped out of high school against his wishes. McNeil pleaded guilty to two counts of simple assault, a misdemeanor, and was given a suspended sentence. He completed anger management counseling and attended Alcoholics Anonymous."
 

South Africa: 'I felt powerless'
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"According to a 29-year-old motorist, he and his wife and two friends were on their way to Centurion on Friday night and had stopped at the Zambesi Road toll gate when the police inspector, Barnard Mathys van Staden from the finger print unit, pulled up behind them."

"He was in an unmarked car and allegedly caused a scene when he started shouting at tollgate personnel. He threatened to arrest them if they failed to let him through, said the motorist, who has - out of fear - asked to remain anonymous."

"According to him, the police officer was very drunk at the time of the incident. He said he drove off after Van Staden threatened to shoot them."
 

Australia: Bandits again reach for guns - and the money
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"It has become an all-too-familiar sight on Sydney streets. Police comb Hornsby's main shopping district yesterday in their hunt for two gun-wielding men responsible for a daring midday security van robbery."

"As in previous incidents in this new crime wave, the robbers were after not only money, but an even more precious underworld commodity - guns. In the past four months there have been 11 robberies yielding 64 stolen guns." ...

"Whatever the cause, the police have finally had to concede that their existing measures are insufficient to end the violence."
 

Australia: Woman shot in bank raid
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"THIEVES shot a teenage girl as they ambushed security guards during a robbery in a busy Sydney shopping centre yesterday."

"The masked men also stole the security guards' guns before running from the ANZ bank in Hunter St, Hornsby."

"It was the seventh robbery of security guards in the past few weeks."
 

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