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National ID: Our Line in the Sand
Submitted by: Ted Vaughn

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Claire Wolfe does it again. This should be required reading for the "If you've nothing to hide it shouldn't bother you" crowd. Specifically mentions how gun owners among others should abhor any National ID.
 

Armed Pilots will save your life when others want you dead
Submitted by: saveourguns.com
Website: http://www.saveourguns.com

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Demand Armed Pilots who can defend your plane!
 

Even Ollie Can't Help Geraldo (nobody likes him)
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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"The military remembers his support of Bill Clinton," one insider told the paper. "They won't let him get near stories he wants — particularly if it involves interviewing U.S. personnel."

Rivera is so desperate to "get into the gung-ho Fox spirit" he has vowed on air that he was packing a gun and might be the one to off Osama bin Laden. Happy hunting, Geraldo.
 

South Africa: Shootout between Husband and Five Robbers
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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"It was like a Bud Spencer movie." That's how Hester Trouw on Tuesday described the wild shoot-out between her husband and five robbers at their house in Bronkhorstspruit, in which the culprits came off second best.

Trouw fired several shots and a bullet hit one of the robbers in the chest. He died in the kitchen. Another robber was also shot in the chest and is being treated in a hospital in Pretoria.
 

OK: Oklahomans urged to get "free" gun locks (followup)
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and rain have stranded thousands of "free" gun locks at IGA Superthrift grocery stores throughout Oklahoma.

The locks are part of a nationwide program to make homes with guns safer. Lt. Gov. Mary Fallin and other officials planned to give away 60,000 gun locks this year in Oklahoma, but unforeseen events made the giveaway difficult.
 

MI: Zeeland HS suspends boy, 15, with NO GUN
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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REASON for suspension? - "He failed to disclose that classmate had a weapon."

Annette Broekhuis said her son had never been properly briefed on how to report another student with a gun. She also said the handbook says students must follow the law, yet administrators don't elaborate on what those laws are.
 

WI: Boy, 7, Suspended For Bringing Cap Gun To School
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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A 7-year-old boy was suspended from Hampton Elementary School in Milwaukee after bringing a cap gun to school.

Police said a school employee saw the first-grader carrying the gun on the playground.

The gun never actually made it into the school building.
 

Norway: More rigorous gun laws
Submitted by: WildWest

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The Police Directorate wants to make it more difficult to obtain permits to carry a gun.

In the Directorate's opinion, "too many Norwegians own revolvers and pistols, compared with the activity of gun clubs," and fear that guns may be stolen.

"The police now wants those who are no longer active marksmen to hand in their guns."
 

The Real Story of Flight 93
Submitted by: Tim Fulton

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The passengers had just minutes to respond. a band of patriots came together to defy death and save a symbol of freedom - Americans to die for liberty. The flag flown by the patriots of the Revolutionary War was not the Stars and Stripes but a banner showing a coiled snake with the don’t tread on me. The latest began with a group of citizen soldiers who rose up like their forefathers to defy tyranny. When they came down the aisle it wasn’t the Americans who were afraid. It was the terrorists.
 

NC: Dole does a dance over Gun Control (followup)
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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In a May 1999 speech in Washington, according to The Washington Post, Dole stated, "It’s wrong to let people carry concealed weapons."

Dole has changed her tune, now characterizing North Carolina’s concealed-weapons law as "common sense...that allows citizens to obtain a concealed handgun permit from the local sheriff after being trained and certified."
 

America Arms - Gun rights gain in the wake of Sept.11
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Liberal Delaware (Gore by 13.06%) awoke the other morning to the news that gun sales are up 32% since Sept.11, range use is up 25%, and advanced gun classes are booked through February. The FBI reports that in the month after the attacks, requests for gun-related background checks through its National Check System rose 20%.

"In other words, the people who feel the most vulnerable are taking action to protect themselves."--Pete DuPont
 

BBC World Service will not call attacks on U.S. 'terrorism'
Submitted by: Michael Pelletier
Website: http://www.firearmsfreedom.net/

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According to The Guardian newspaper, the BBC has joined Reuters News in refusing to label the September 11 attacks on America as acts of terrorism. Mark Damazer, the BBC's deputy director of news, said the service would lose its reputation for impartiality around the world if it were seen to use such a subjective term. He says guests on the company's various networks may continue to use the term, but news correspondents must use more neutral terms, such as "attack."
 

Fremont, CA cops say no to ACLU; will help question terror suspects
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Police in Fremont have turned down a request from the American Civil Liberties Union, which asked them not to help the FBI question foreigners as part of the domestic assault on terrorism.

KABA NOTE: You can read ACLU's request at KPIX-CBS Channel 5
 

Civil Liberties vs. Surveillance is a challenge
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Will America's civil liberties suffer as a result of our new war on terrorism? Part of the answer lies in how we deal with issues raised by increased use of new digital surveillance technologies. Some, like the American Civil Liberties Union, oppose any increased deployment. A better approach is to place limits on what government does with the information it collects.

By Jeffrey A. Eisenach, President, The Progress & Freedom Foundation
 

Hats off to John McCain effort to close gun-show loophole
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Furthermore, he (Tom Diaz) says, 25 50-caliber sniper rifles weapons were purchased in this country by the al-Qaida terrorist network of Osama bin Laden in the 1980s."

"This chilling new information presents the NRA and its gun-industry cohorts with a stark choice: Support America or support terror," Diaz argues.

Another opinion article by Helen Thomas in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer filled with the same inaccurate liberal anti-gun rhetoric spouted by the rest of the high-profile socialists in America.
 

In rural America, many boys will find a gun under the tree
Submitted by: Tim Fulton

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"SCHOOL SHOOTINGS have darkened the popular image of a boy with a gun. But in rural towns...guns [are] on [many] children’s holiday wish lists...

The companies that sell guns for children, and the parents who buy them, realize that much of society doesn’t approve. Gun proponents point out, however, that in some high-profile school shootings...the kids firing the shots didn’t get their weapons from parents."...
 

A World Without Guns
Submitted by: Anonymous

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Let's try hard to imagine what a world without guns would look like. It isn't hard to do. But be forewarned: It's not a pretty picture.

By Dave Kopel, Paul Gallant, and Joanne Eisen of the Independence Institute
 

TX: El Paso Crimes Against Persons
Submitted by: Robert Waters
Website: http://www.RobertWaters.net

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This case doesn't involve guns. But it does describe an egregious example of how our criminal jusitce system failed again. One sentence states that there is no redress for those victimized by a system which kept this guy on the streets to be able to kidnap, rape, and murder this little girl--the Dial 911 and Die Syndrome.
 

OH CCW in Court: Gun no cause for search (followup)
Submitted by: Tim Fulton

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Patrick Feely says there was no reason to be arrested, fingerprinted and strip-searched for carrying a gun to protect himself while working. He is a key witness in an attempt to overturn Ohio's carrying a concealed weapon law.

Currently, the only way someone is "legally allowed" to carry a concealed weapon is to be arrested, processed through the jail, hire a lawyer and be acquitted by proving in court he needs the weapon for protection.
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
Thanks to the government’s past record, it is unfortunately very predictable that, in spite of the severe penalties mandated, tens of thousands of people will not comply at all (with Bill C-68). A new class of criminal will be created among harmless citizens whose previous lawbreaking may have resulted in nothing more than parking tickets. — Lee Morrison, Canadian Mounted Police

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