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UT: No Gun Lockups at the Games (SaltLakeTribune)
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Ever since the activists "struck a deal with state lawmakers" nearly three years ago, they have expected guarded storage lockers for Utah's 41,800 concealed-weapons permit holders outside Olympics areas where weapons have been banned.

But a lack of support from government security officials and from the Salt Lake Organizing Committee has prompted the advocates to abandon those expectations.

KABA NOTE: Will they (we) also boycott the Olympics?

Check out the press release from UTGOA.
 

IL: ISRA: Chicago Murder Statistics Not Surprising
Submitted by: kevin Novak

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"More troubling, the legislature also shot down a proposal designed to protect battered women.

Under that proposal, women holding restraining orders could carry concealed firearms to protect themselves against violently abusive men.

Apparently the legislature feels that if a woman needs more than a piece of paper to protect her, she is just out of luck." --Illinois State Rifle Association
 

TV's Strong men, cartwheeling pickups, fallen deer...
Submitted by: J. R. Miller

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"But as Bybee and Co. exclaim happily about the buck they have just killed ("Real pretty!" Bybee says, fondling his limp neck) and start stalking another deer they see nibbling the bushes on the next hillock, I can't help thinking that another network, BambiTV, say, would play it late at night. As a gruesome movie about serial killers." --Peter Ames Carlin
 

OH: Gun-case jurist's wife once held by gunman
Submitted by: SLangner

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Within a few days Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Bob Ruehlman will rule on whether Ohio's ban on carrying concealed weapons is constitutional. His wife is "firmly in the camp of those who think Ohioans ought to be able to arm themselves against crooks."

In Cincinnati, he is known as a conservative who hands out tough sentences - and sometimes tough lectures. "Anti-gun groups admit they're worried about Ruehlman."
 

CA: Poll finds state voters "smiling on incumbents"
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Sens. Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer have nearly 2-to-1 approval ratings, and a strong 58% majority of those surveyed approve of the work Congress is doing.

"These are as high numbers for the Congress as we've seen," said Mark DiCamillo, director of the Field Poll. "We're in a post-Sept. 11 world, and we've seen these kinds of very positive ratings for the Congress and the president in national polls. Now, we're seeing them in California."
 

UT: Olympic Organizers Nix Gun Lockers at 2002 Games (FoxNews)
Submitted by: Scott Chapman

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"Gun-rights activists" who grudgingly agreed to a ban on firearms at the 2002 Winter Olympics were angered to learn the venues will not have gun storage lockers.

KABA NOTE: When you compromise away a right you already have, you always loose. Hasn't anyone learned this yet?

Check out the press release from UTGOA.
 

WI: Hunters, Homeowners a "Tough Mix"
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Hunters in southeastern Wisconsin are in increasing conflict with the growth of suburbia, and the increasing number of conflicts worries state conservation wardens.

Homes and commercial development continue to sprout across former farm fields and woodlots, pushing out hunters who aren't staying far enough from new rural homeowners who are not accustomed to the sound of gunshots, the wardens say.
 

Power grab at Interior Department?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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In the wake of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, certain parties in the Department of Interior are using the nation's heightened concerns about security to advance a long-standing agenda that would turn DOI into one of the nation's "top cop" agencies right up there with the FBI, BATF and the other law-enforcement agencies of the Justice and Treasury departments.
 

PAKISTAN: Weapons Sales Suffering
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A stream of bearded men walked into Mohammad Shah's cramped shop, sat cross-legged on an Afghan carpet, sipped green tea and started haggling over the price of AK-47 assault rifles, pistols and shotguns.

A half hour later, three men walked outside and began firing into the air, testing their purchases.

Still, Shah complained that business is lagging. "My shop used to be packed all the time," he said as he dismantled a Russian-made shotgun that was too expensive for his customers.
 

SAF: Justice Department Correct in Refusing to Release NICS Records
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The Second Amendment Foundation said that it supports the refusal by the Department of Justice to hand over firearms purchase background check records to the FBI, which wants to find out whether any of the 1,200 people detained after the Sept. 11 terrorist attack had purchased a gun.
 

CA: AG Lockyer Claims he can't get a Fair Trial from Fresno Judges
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Unprecedented County Prosecutors' Lawsuit Cites DOJ Created Confusion Over "Assault Weapon" Law...

The DOJ's "change of venue" motion argues that the Attorney General cannot get a fair hearing in Fresno County because the DOJ could be "perceived as...the distant,
oppressive sovereign trampling on the interests of the local residents."
 

Cat Fight (followup of fake evidence planted by our government)
Submitted by: tdoff

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"If scientific studies are being purposely skewed to achieve a particular outcome or to discover "evidence" in support of particular positions, it will over time corrode the credibility of the agencies that conduct the studies, the sponsors of the studies, and the scientists who engage in the activity."

--Do they have any credibility left? Tell'em what you think: resources.committee@mail.house.gov
 

Exercising the Right: Armed Self-Defense
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A review of six armed self-defense incidents, by Robert W. Lee.

KABA NOTE: For more recent armed defense articles, check out the Operation Self-Defense Archives!
 

OH: Cleveland Plain Dealer Article of Bias and Lies
Submitted by: Ohioans For Concealed Carry
Website: http://www.OhioCCW.org

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Ohioans For Concealed Carry, Inc joined the SAF and other grassroots organizations in a lawsuit seeking to declare Ohio's ban on concealed firearms what it is: unconstitutional. As you may expect, the liberal news media can't handle this. As a result, they're trying to discredit the judge because his wife was attacked twelve years ago. They go on to quote HCI's mouthpiece with lies, lies, and you guessed it: more lies. Link goes to original article & OFCC's response.
 

KY: Disdain for gun control "complicates Capitol security"
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz

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New security measures at the state capitol include metal detectors, expected to be installed by the 2002 General Assembly starting Jan. 8.

But security personnel do not know if they will allowed to "do anything" about guns detected by the machines. State Police and the agency responsible for state property are still trying to determine if people with guns can be kept out of the Capitol, or if they "merely can be identified and watched."
 

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The people are not to be disarmed of their weapons. They are left in full possession of them. Zachariah Johnson, 3 Elliot, Debates at 646

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