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TX: Store's owner shoots gunman
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"A west Houston convenience store owner pulled a gun from his pocket and shot a gunman who tried to rob him Tuesday, police said."

"The shooting occurred about 5:30 p.m. at Sunny's, 6240 Synott. The gunman, shot at least twice in the chest, was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital. He was expected to survive." ...
 

Joseph and Mary
Submitted by: R. Lee Wrights
Website: http://www.rationalreview.com

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"Imagine how shocked I was to be informed by the alderman that my Lord had to be born in a stable because his parents didn’t have the means to get themselves a proper place to stay. That’s right all my fellow Christians. Our Lord was born in a manger because his earthly father could not afford a room! What nonsense! I have one question for Nelson Malloy, 'What Bible have you been reading, and what were you smoking when you read it?' " ...

"I learned a couple of things that night at city hall. First, that the lady was right. Some politicians will stoop to the lowest forms of emotional blackmail in order to get a little deeper into your pockets. Second, I found out I would rather have Nelson Malloy as someone else’s alderman, than to have him as my children’s Sunday School teacher. God help us all!"
 

Japan: NPA, bankers, guards discuss ATM crime wave
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"According to the NPA, the number of ATM heists using power shovels and other construction equipment soared to 49 in the first 11 months of this year, compared with six in the same period last year."
 

Oh, Shoot! Joan May Lose guns
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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"The sources said Rivers has a permit to carry guns, with two weapons registered in her married name, Joan Rosenberg."

"But her permit could be in jeopardy, the sources said, if the 69-year-old comic is booked for assault after last Friday's incident."

" 'If she's arrested, the license will be suspended,' one source said. 'If she's convicted of assault in the third degree, she loses her license. But she can re-apply in a year.' "
 

WI: Joke empties plane
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"As he boarded a commuter plane ...33-year-old Steven M. Wiese of Cottage Grove peeked around the cockpit door and made a joke: 'I hope you haven't been drinking.' " ...

"In an instant, Wiese's holiday travel plans were ruined. The flight was delayed. The other passengers had to re-book on other flights on Christmas Eve. And the pilots were checked to make sure they indeed had not been drinking." ...

"The deputies then ticketed Wiese for disorderly conduct. He must pay a $225 fine."
 

Guatemala: 17 Inmates killed with machetes in riot
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"Rioting prisoners hacked 17 fellow inmates to death, decapitating and mutilating several of their bodies, during a bloody prison riot that also left more than 40 people injured, authorities said." ...

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In "gun-free" prisons, where only the guards are supposed to be armed, 17 people still manage to get hacked to death.
 

NY: NYC homeless repay officer for being a friend
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"A police officer got a Christmas gift of $3000 from homeless people who wanted to thank him for standing up for them."

"Eduardo Delacruz was suspended for 30 days without pay last month after he refused a sergeant's order to arrest a homeless man asleep in a parking garage"
 

Latin America: 85 die in Xmas accidents
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"About 85 people were killed and another 200 injured in car accidents or bouts of violence over Christmas in Latin America." ...

"In Guatemala, 21 people were killed and 56 injured in car accidents, gun fights or knife attacks, the firemen said."

"In Honduras, 10 people died, including five by gun fire, and 11 were wounded, a police spokesman said."
 

IL: Man Gets Freedom, Not Death Penalty
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"A former death-row inmate who served 23 years in prison for killing a security guard has been released and could remain free because a judge agrees the slaying was accidental."

"Larry Mack, 48, admitted killing 59-year-old security guard Joseph Kolar in the botched 1979 robbery of West Pullman United Savings Bank in Chicago. He was sentenced to death, though he said the killing was an accident that happened because he was struggling with Kolar over a gun."
 

Mexico: No holiday for one Mexican city's police
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"The city is adding 150 officers to the streets and suspending all their holiday or vacation requests."

"Police will target several neighborhoods as well as main streets leading to the tourist-popular Mercado Juarez."

"Last year there was a swell of alcohol-related accidents on and between Christmas Day and New Year's." ...

"Another 30 were charged with illegal gun possession, and more than 42 people were arrested with burglary and robbery charges."
 

CA: Man slain in Modesto holdup identified
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"A man shot to death during a holdup at a Modesto sports memorabilia shop has been identified."

"The Stanislaus County coroner's office says Manuel Quijas was shot to death Monday. Quijas has relatives in Empire -- but it's not yet clear where he lived."

"Investigators say Dave Prendergast grabbed his own gun and fired when Quijas pulled a pistol in a bid to rob the Doctor Sports Cards and Collectibles shop."
 

IL: Off-duty cop praised for foiling robbery
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"The nine-year police veteran moved immediately toward the robber, drew his gun and ordered the shooter to drop his weapon. He said he told Wright repeatedly that he was an officer and to stop."

"When Wright turned and fired a shot in their direction, McClendon did what he'd been trained to do."

"McClendon hit the 40-year-old Wright in the side, and the bullet pierced both lungs before entering his heart..." ...
 

NY: Battered woman likely to be freed
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"A woman who said her boyfriend's repeated abuse drove her to murder him in 1989 was one of four inmates granted clemency by Gov. George Pataki on Tuesday in what long has been considered a Christmas tradition at the Capitol."

"Linda White, 55, has served just over 13 years of the sentence of 17 years to life she received in 1990 after a jury rejected her claim that she shot and killed her estranged boyfriend, John Strouble, 32, in self-defense."
 

U.S. Restricts New Year's Flights in N.Y., Calif.
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"The United States on Tuesday imposed a temporary flight ban over the Statue of Liberty and midtown Manhattan on New Year's Eve due to possible security risks ahead of high-profile festivities."

"The Federal Aviation Administration also issued flight restrictions along the Rose Parade route in Pasadena, California, at the state's request, as a security precaution at the event expected to draw thousands of people." ...
 

FBI seeks info on foreign college students
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"The FBI is asking U.S. colleges and universities to provide personal information about foreign students and teachers so the government can determine whether they have ties to known or suspected members of terror groups, The Washington Post reported Wednesday."

" 'The data obtained from schools will be compared with information compiled by the Justice Department's Foreign Terrorist Tracking Task Force, which is building a classified database of suspected and known terrorists,'..." ...
 

Lawsuit against Ashcroft, INS
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"Several Muslims civil liberties groups Monday filed a lawsuit against U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft and the Immigration and Naturalization Service for what they say is the unlawful arrest of hundreds of Muslims."

"The arrests were part of an INS campaign to register millions of aliens living in this country."

"So far, visitors and long-time residents from mainly 20 Muslim countries have been ordered to register with the INS but the list could be further expanded."
 

License to own ammunition?
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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Despite rumors, new law doesn't require permit for gunpowder, ammo

"Some gun owners have expressed concerned that provisions of the Safe Explosives Act, signed in November by President Bush, could be used to require a license to purchase gunpowder and, hence, all small-arms ammunition."

"However, officials with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms – the federal agency responsible for enforcing provisions of the new law – say the critics are mistaken."
 

UK: Fury as Red Cross bans nativity scene
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"The British Red Cross is facing a sharp drop in donations from an angry public after it banned nativity scenes from its shop windows."

"The charity has been inundated with complaints over its decision to bar religious displays from its 430 high street shops over Christmas because they might undermine its traditional neutrality."
 

Saudi Arabia: A Saudi Christmas Is a Hidden Affair
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"Some embassies... organize gatherings for their citizens during the holiday season, but generally not on Christmas Day to avoid offending Saudi sensibilities."

"Churches are not permitted 'freedom of religion does not exist,' a recent State Department report said about Saudi Arabia though some expatriates gather privately throughout the year for religious services."
 

AZ: Militia gets 90% backing in StarNet poll
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"The border militia has won this battle, at least: A StarNet poll of online readers shows strong backing for the concept of a private militia to halt illegal border crossers in Arizona."

"More than 20,000 votes were cast in about three weeks of polling. Ninety percent of the votes cast backed Tombstone newspaper publisher Chris Simcox's call for a citizen militia, while 9 percent were opposed."
 

NY: 'Potty cops' at private school
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"A Brooklyn private school has suspended two staffers who terrorized eight students Tuesday in a surprise bathroom strip search."

"Two Concord Baptist Elementary School staffers - apparently enraged over finding feces on a bathroom floor - ordered the boys to drop their pants and bend over so they could inspect them for signs of defecation."

"One of the staffers was wearing a rubber glove when the search was discovered..."
 

New Zealand: Armed offenders squads busy
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.armedfemalesofamerica.com/index.php?section=TAKING+AIM...

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"Domestic assaults keep armed offenders squads busy at Dannevirke and Helensville- and man in court over robbery."
 

South Africa: Cop shot dead in hijack attempt
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.armedfemalesofamerica.com/index.php?section=TAKING+AIM...

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"An off-duty policeman was shot dead at his home in Mandalay, Mitchells Plain on Wednesday, Western Cape police said."

"Superintendent Nina Kirsten said 37-year-old Inspector Phumzile Nyawula was shot after he had parked his car in his yard." ...

"The robbers attempted to steal Nyawula's car but were unsuccessful. His service pistol was stolen."
 

CA: Democrats, Republicans must work together on state budget
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
Website: http://www.armedfemalesofamerica.com/index.php?section=TAKING+AIM...

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"Advocates of gun control will try in 2003 to continue their recent successes on related measures with a bill to require every gun sold in the state to have a ballistic "fingerprint" on record in a computer database for use by law enforcement."

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That way it can help solve no crimes and cost lots of taxpayer dollars, just like it does in Maryland.
 

NRA and Crosman Join Forces to Promote the Shooting Sports and Gun Safety
Submitted by: Nicki Fellenzer
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"The National Rifle Association and Crosman Corporation have announced the start of a joint program to foster the growth of sport shooting and gun safety programs, nationwide, using Crosman's air guns and NRA's network of clubs, youth shooting sports camps and certified trainers." ...
 

Judicial Watch’s Dirty Dozen
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"#1 Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY): Like a modern-day Gollum, Mrs. Clinton’s quest for political brass rings frequently descends into evil, from Whitewater to FBI Filegate to Travelgate to taking over 2 million dollars in illegal contributions for her Senate campaign from Judicial Watch client Peter Paul. Judicial Watch’s quest is to throw her ring into the judicial 'Cracks of Doom.' "
 

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