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Democratic candidates constitutionally ignorant
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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Wesley Clark: "First and foremost, we need to do a better job of enforcing our existing gun laws." ...

Howard Dean: "I favor reauthorizing the federal ban on assault weapons and requiring use of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System for all sales at gun shows." ...

John Edwards: "...I support modest changes in federal gun laws - closing the gun show loophole and requiring trigger locks on new weapons ..."

John Kerry: "...gun rights come with responsibilities, and those rights allow for reasonable restrictions to keep guns out of the wrong hands." ...

Dennis Kucinich: "In this mobile society, national control of guns is necessary..."

"Joe Lieberman: "I support common-sense gun safety laws..."

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Not one of these neo-fascists recognizes the meaning of "shall not be infringed."
 

Americans For Gun Safety Survey of Democratic Presidential Candidates on Gun Control
Submitted by: Donald W. Bohlken

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The anti-gun organization Americans for Gun Safety (AGS) has done a survey of the Democratic party presidential candidates for their positions on gun control. Not surprisingly, they all support extension of the so-called "Assault Weapons Ban" as well as closing the non-existent "gun show loophole". Because these candidates are not as vehemently anti-gun as they would like, AGS characterizes these positions as a move to the center on gun control.

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"The survey shows that the Democratic candidates for president are taking the gun issue to the political center, rejecting the most far-reaching gun restrictions supported by former candidates Al Gore and Bill Bradley. All of the candidates say the 2nd Amendment confers to an individual the right to own guns and all support closing the gun show loophole, renewing the assault weapons ban, and vigorous enforcement of existing laws. However, six of the eight oppose the federal licensing of gun owners and the registration of handguns – the two gun issues that Gore and Bradley sparred over that some analysts believe ultimately cost Democrats the White House."
 

Freedom vs. equality
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"This will be the first election since candidate George W. Bush made explicit in 2000 what had become implicit in conservatives' behavior. As recently as the 1994 congressional elections, Republicans had triumphed by preaching small-government conservatism, vowing to abolish four Cabinet-level departments, including Education."

"By 2000 conservatives knew that even Americans rhetorically opposed to "big government" are, when voting, defenders of the welfare state. Social Security and Medicare are the two most popular and biggest components of government (together, a third of federal outlays and rising as the population ages)."
 

Why Liberals Fear the Pledge of Allegiance
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Liberals fear schoolchildren in America reciting the Pledge of Allegiance each day. They say they object to the under God phrase, the jingoistic nationalism, or the imaginary offense of the Pledge to minorities. But the hidden reason is that they have carefully encouraged the illusion that America is a democracy, and they fear schoolchildren reciting the Pledge will eventually notice the words. Not the words 'under God'; the words 'and to the Republic'."
 

UT: Firearms are good (Letter)
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"Criminals do not confine their depredations to certain restricted areas or times. Criminals are by definition breakers of laws. If this were not so we could simply post a sign saying 'No violent attacks on citizens of Utah allowed,' and reassign all of our police to other civic duties. If the citizens of Utah are to be allowed to exercise their inalienable right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, they must have the means to defend themselves and their families. Responsible and widespread carrying of firearms is a good thing that has reduced violent crime in the 36 states that have enacted liberal concealed carry laws. It works, and it increases the public's safety."
 

NY: Court fight over pricey pistol
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"A legal duel is shaping up over an antique $500,000 pistol once owned by the son of the king of France, The Post has learned."

"A pending lawsuit in Manhattan federal court alleges that one of the world's most valuable guns - a cased Colt Paterson No. 3 Belt Model - was swindled from its rightful owner and improperly sold to an alleged Gambino associate."

"The suit names two culprits - Robert Lawrence Wilson, a renowned gun expert, and Martin Lane, owner of Martin Lane Historical Americana, a Manhattan gallery."

"The legal battle began in late 1999 when the descendents of the French royal family sought to sell the pistol, the suit charges."
 

OH: Gun law conceals its danger
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More paranoia from yet another hanky wringer.

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"I already felt worried enough about what's going to happen come April 8, when just about anybody you meet in Ohio could be carrying a concealed weapon."

"Think about it. That isn't just the guy who flips you off on the highway. It could be the Mom who drives your kid to the birthday party. The workman who comes to your home to repair your furnace. The mourner who attends your grandmother's funeral. The hot-headed co-worker in the cubicle next to yours."

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The criminals are already carrying. You just don't know it until one of them victimizes you. The only difference is now anyone who did carry against the law might think twice about victimizing you, knowing you might be in a position to defend yourselves.
 

VT: Gun advocates concerned by federal program
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"Federal officials insisted Friday that a federal program to combat illegal gun possession was not an effort to crack down on law-abiding hunters or gun owners who might be technically in violation." ...

"Cindy Hill, a Middlebury attorney who specializes in Second Amendment law, said a plan by Vermont's U.S. attorney and the local Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms to 'aggressively pursue' violations of federal gun laws was a 'radical change in law.' "

"She said that if federal officials made good on their public pledge to go after anyone with a felony conviction or even a misdemeanor conviction for a crime of domestic violence, thousands of hunters could potentially lose their ability to hunt or even face prosecution."
 

UT: Unlikely foe opposes end of U. gun ban
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"A bill targeting the University of Utah's 27-year-old campus gun ban has drawn resistance from an unlikely foe -- an organization representing human resource professionals at hundreds of private businesses in Utah." ...

"...an attorney for the Utah Society for Human Resource Management says the bill may have unintended consequences."

"In a Thursday letter to Waddoups, Salt Lake City attorney Michael O'Brien called the bill an unconstitutional and 'blatant effort to restrict the rights of Utah businesses and other private property holders.' "

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If the school gets taxpayers' dollars, it's in no way "private property."
 

The Sanity of Self-Defense
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"It is this simple fact that trumpets the safety of firearms. Guns do not kill people! They are not animate with the ability to remove themselves from their hiding places and discharging without external manipulation. The truth is people kill people. Sometimes they use guns; sometimes they use blades; sometimes they use baseball bats; and sometimes they use their hands. The fact remains that more gun legislation, leading to stricter gun registration, does not and will not stop the killing. People were killing each other long before the first black-powder device was invented (remember, Cain killed Abel with a rock); and, they will continue to kill each other even if you were able to remove every firearm from the face of the planet. It is insane to disarm ourselves only to be left at the mercy of criminals who are no more troubled by the State's new laws than they were with the old ones."
 

OH: Police Officer shoots burglary suspect
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Police have released the name of a man who was shot and killed by a police officer yesterday in Columbus.

The man was 23-year-old Nahum Ramos. Police say Ramos was robbing a house and confronted Officer Barry O'Dell while waving a knife.

Police were responding to a 9-1-1 call from the house and are interviewing residents who placed the call.

 

MA: Teacher arrested after Police find Guns
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"A substitute teacher was arrested and ordered held on $100,000 bail after police pulled over his car and discovered a small arsenal of guns, and found more weapons and ammunition at his home."

"Bryan E. Bridges, 51, of Southampton, was arrested Thursday after Southampton police stopped his Blazer for an equipment violation, The Republican of Springfield reported."

"Police found that Bridges didn't have a valid driver's license, and searched his vehicle. They found a shotgun and 72 shotgun cartridges, a .357 Magnum handgun, a 9mm handgun and a can of mace, according to prosecutor Michael A. Cahillane."

"Bridges told police he was living with his fiancee in Southhampton, Cahillane said. After obtaining a search warrant, police searched the residence and found a .357 Smith & Wesson handgun, a .44 Magnum, a .38 snub-nose handgun and numerous rounds of ammunition in Bridges' bedroom."

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There is something seriously warped about the police state of Massachusetts. A simple equipment violation somehow leads to a search of the vehicle. Mere possession of firearms leads to a warrant to violate this man's home, and same said possession, even though he hurt no one and has no criminal record, has led to his dismissal from his job.

Is Massachusetts even part of the United States?
 

CNN:Teen curfews added in some towns, challenged in others
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"Now even as a number of cities -- from Albuquerque, New Mexico, to Alpharetta, Georgia -- are pushing to add them in an attempt to cut crime, others are being hit with lawsuits that challenge their curfews' constitutionality." ...

" 'If you're 16 or younger, you belong in the house, not standing on a street corner,' says Chicago police spokesman Pat Camden whose department caught 40,335 curfew violators last year. "

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Certainly, the Chicago police department could have put the resources behind those 40,335 citations and/or arrests to much more productive use. But they would much rather focus on exerting their control over juveniles and adults alike by placing the juveniles under what amounts to house arrest after "curfew" and disarming the law abiding.

Perhaps this begins to explain why Chicago has the highest murder rate in the country for the 2nd year in a row.
 

Puffy's Chauffeur: Partied with Bodyguard after Shooting
Submitted by: T. Benabe
Website: http://www.nycasa.com

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Many celebrities often wonder why they are sometimes hated. Well, if I were busted for having a weapon after a club shooting in NYC. The last thing I would be able to do is party on through the night. I would be in a cell.

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"Sean (Puffy) Combs' ex-chauffeur says he smoked pot and drank cognac with the rap impresario's bodyguard after they were arrested in an infamous 1999 club shooting."

"Wardel Fenderson, 45, is suing Combs for $3 million, saying he suffers posttraumatic stress syndrome from being forced to drive Combs, bodyguard Anthony (Wolf) Jones and Jennifer Lopez from the Times Square nightspot Club New York on Dec. 27, 1999, as police tried to stop their vehicle."
 

UK: Police swoop on suspects
Submitted by: Sam Cox

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"Six men have been arrested on suspicion of robbery after 10 people were held up at gunpoint at a warehouse in west London."

"Officers surrounded a lorry at the Securicor Omega International warehouse on the Central Park Estate, Hounslow East, Feltham at 0900 GMT on Saturday."

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More gun control efficacy.
 

AZ: Man Caught Robbing Home, Held By Homeowner
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An east Valley man is behind bars, facing four counts of burglary after he he broke into a Mesa home and was captured by the homeowner. Mesa Police say early Thursday morning, they received a 911 call from a homeowner who said he had caught someone breaking into his home. When police arrived, the homeowner told them he had been sleeping when he heard a noise. He got his gun and confronted 24-year-old Bryan Varro Temple inside his home and handcuffed him and called police. The homeowner said he had been burglarized 3 prior times within a two-week period and when questioned by police, Temple admitted to committing the prior 3 burglaries. Temple said that this time, however, he broke in to tell the owner where his stolen property was. Mesa Police recovered the homeowner's property at Temple's residence and Temple was booked on four counts of burglary.
 

ID: This former Boise police officer went from officer to inventor
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.krafft/

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"After 21 years in law enforcement, Mike Lowe had racked up his fair share of equipment mishaps."

"While running after a suspect, he saw his gun bouncing along the ground and realized it had jostled out of his holster. While struggling with an attacker, he had seen the weapon fall to the floor."

"The holsters that did hold the gun securely, Lowe said, made it difficult to quickly re-seat the weapon if non-lethal force was needed."

"Finally fed up, Lowe decided to design a new holster himself." ...

"Lowe's holster is made out of hard plastic and has a cylinder — called a finger tray — running alongside the barrel."

"Inside the cylinder is a button that releases the holster´s grip on the gun´s ejection port. When an officer draws the weapon, Lowe said, he uses an index finger to hit the button and pulls the gun free, leaving the hand in a natural firing position."
 

NV: Reno man pulls gun on suspected burglar
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A Reno man suspected of trying to break into a Ford truck was held at gunpoint by the owner until police arrived, authorities said.

The Reno truck owner told police he saw Bernardo Torres, 28, try to break into his vehicle about 3 p.m. Friday in the 700 block of Gentry Way. He took a handgun from his house and called police.

Torres had driven to Gentry in a stolen Toyota Corolla, police said. He was arrested on suspicion of attempted vehicle burglary and possession of a stolen motor vehicle and booked into Washoe County Jail.
 

GA: Gun sales up since killings, sellers say
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"Almost three weeks have passed since Terry James Chaney shot and killed Tucker High School football coach Bill Venable and his son, Billy Jr., during a robbery at their Lilburn home. Chaney was later shot to death during a gun battle with police."

"Since the Jan. 13 tragedy, shock, dismay and sadness have been widespread in Lilburn. Now, say some area gun dealers whose business has surged since the shootings, other emotions are coming into play: rage and fear."

" 'I have been busy ever since the home invasion,' said Bernie Esguerra, owner of Bernie's Sport Center, Lilburn's largest gun store. 'I can't put a number to it, but there have been a lot of people coming in here talking about the home invasion and buying guns.' "
 

UK: Gun collector cleared over launcher charge
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"A Shropshire gun enthusiast has been cleared of illegally importing an anti-tank grenade launcher. Collector David Ian Fisher had been accused of illegally importing a metal attachment into the UK which allowed his 1950s Lee Enfield rifle to fire grenades."

"He had denied the charge, brought by Customs and Excise, and told the jury he would "certainly not" have bought the item if he had thought it had been prohibited."

"The jury, sitting at Shrewsbury Crown Court yesterday, took just under an hour to find him not guilty. Members of the jury agreed that the weapon was prohibited but that Fisher did not believe it was."
 

Australia: State's gun owners reap $21m
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"Victorian gun owners have surrendered almost twice as many firearms as expected in the handgun buyback and received $21 million compensation."

"Figures show Victorians have handed in 18,814 guns to be destroyed - easily exceeding the Victorian Government's prediction that 10,000 guns would be given up. The buyback is a joint initiative by the federal and state governments."

"Victorians have handed in more guns than shooters in any other state, 40 per cent of the 46,072 weapons collected nationwide. Shooters have also handed in 228,063 gun parts. Almost $60 million compensation has been paid nationwide."
 

AZ: Remove fear factor from gun education (Letter)
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"Trying to enlist the help of children to further gun safety is another so-called 'smart idea' ..."

"However, this program is nothing more than a 'feel-good' suggestion that allows children to continue to fear what they don't understand."

"Making the point that a child observing a parent handling a gun will encourage them to copy the action is far less dangerous than watching parents get drunk at a holiday celebration, or worse, on a daily basis; or physical abuse by some family member as a standard practice within the household."

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This program is nothing more than a taxpayer-funded indoctrination process, instilling fear and paranoia at a young age.
 

Jamaica: St James clergy supports gun amnesty
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"Members of the clergy in St James have thrown their support behind the call for a gun amnesty to help stem gun-related crimes in the parish."

"The call for the amnesty was made recently by Clive Mullings, the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) Member of Parliament for West Central St James and shadow minister of national security. Churches, Mullings said, could play a major role in such an initiative as they are the most trusted entities in the eyes of the public."
 

AZ: New gun crime awareness campaign to target irresponsible firearm ...
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"Arizona Project Safe Neighborhoods (AzPSN) and the U.S. Attorney's Office launched a new campaign to increase public awareness for the tragic effect gun violence has on Arizona families and communities. Gun Crime Hits Home illustrates the reality of gun laws and the harsh ramifications resulting from irresponsible firearm ownership."

"Arizona ranked 15th in the nation in 2001 with a violent crime rate of 540.3 per 100,000 persons according to 'State Rankings 2003' published by Morgan Quitno. According to the same report, 71 percent of all murders in Arizona in 2001 were committed with a firearm."
 

OH: Gun series was biased
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"After reading the Times Recorder's three part gun safety series, I set out to explain how some of the safety features so admired by the Gannett Newspapers were likely to get you killed. I intended to explain how these safety devices actually work, and to examine several different handguns with different types of actions and safety features. This was not to be."

"My letter was rejected because it ran more than 900 words, verses the allowed 350 words per letter. But I must point out one thing, the so-called gun safety article ran over 4,300 words, a 12 to one advantage, in favor of the paper. ...This was a gun control article, not a safe gun article, and I, nor anyone else can adequately refute it in 900 words, let alone 350."
 

TN: Group sets $30K goal for gun safety
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"Postponed because of the May 2003 tornadoes, the Friends of the National Rifle Association event more than made up for lost time Friday evening as the group made strong gains toward meeting its $30,000 fund-raising goal." ...

"More than 300 people supported the Friends of NRA event held at the Carl Perkins Civic Center. The event raised money to promote responsible firearms ownership and use."

"Supporters had the opportunity to rub elbows with such celebrities as NASCAR driver Ernie Irvan, retired NFL coach and sportscaster Jerry Glanville and Irlene Mandrell of the Mandrell Sisters."
 

NJ: Teach children gun safety early (Letter)
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FOURTH LETTER ON PAGE:

"Education is unquestionably the answer. If a criminal is intent on criminal conduct, merely making it illegal to have a gun is not going to deter him. Strict enforcement of existing laws coupled with early and continued education is the best way to solve gun violence."

"No law-abiding citizen should be deprived of the right to obtain a gun for self defense. The Founding Fathers were exceedingly wise when they drafted the Second Amendment stating that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."

"I ask all of the gun-control fanatics to look up the word 'infringed' in any good dictionary."
 

Canada: Gun-control advocates plead for PM's support
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"The crime statistics, the public and the government are all on the side of the gun registry, so why won't the prime minister just come out and support gun control?"

"That was the question posed by four gun-control advocates in Montreal yesterday. All four lost family members to gun violence, two of them in the 1989 massacre at École Polytechnique."

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Maybe because gun control has no hope of stopping or even reducing crime. Maybe because it's a colossal waste of money. Maybe because treating law abiding citizens like criminals because they choose to purchase a tool is immoral.
 

UT: Gunmen assume they're on God's side
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"As most anyone who follows gun news knows by now, virtually all of Utah's churches have come down on the 'no guns' side of the firearms-in-church debate, either by complying with state law and giving notice that no one can enter the premises armed — which is the route the LDS Church recently took — or by standing on what they claim is their constitutional right to do so without giving formal notice."

"Either way, conventional wisdom in the 21st century says that guns do not belong in church."

"Now, if we could just keep churches away from guns."

"That's a law that would make real sense." ...

"The solution is as simple as the problem is complicated. If society could get as serious about keeping guns away from church members as it is about keeping guns away from church houses, we would really be on to something. Especially if the ban applied to all weapons, including planes, trucks, buses and bodies."

"When it comes to religion, shooting off anything other than your mouth ought to be against all law. If that were the bottom line, there would be a lot more of us around to enjoy Sunday services."
 

VA: Airports' Gun Ban Under Fire
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"The authority, which operates Dulles International and Reagan National airports, says it is not bound by 'the more general' state laws and that the ban is necessary for security. The authority, created in 1987, is an interstate compact between Virginia and the District of Columbia."

" 'We believe we do have under our authority the right to have such a ban, even though Virginia has legislation that would prohibit other airports in the state from having such a ban,' said Edward Faggen, general counsel for MWAA. 'We're sort of a stand-alone authority with the powers given us by Virginia and the District of Columbia.' "

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Your very existence is made possible by the taxpayers. Obey the Constitution, and shut up about it.
 

MN: Minneapolis Airport Security Official Threatened Screeners
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"A top federal security official at the Minneapolis-St.Paul International Airport angrily threatened to 'shoot' baggage screeners and financially ruin their families if they did not do their jobs to his satisfaction, airport employees have told the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general."

"Following the reports of verbal abuse by the airport's assistant federal security director, IG investigators also gathered allegations of security violations and other indiscretions by top Transportation Security Administration (TSA) management there."

"The investigation is ongoing."
 

Bush is a promise keeper (Letter)
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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THIRD LETTER ON THE PAGE

Simpering claim: He lowered taxes.
Fact: And increased spending, while creating the largest bureaucracy in America's history

Simpering claim: Our president has not forgotten the nearly 3,000 Americans who died on 9/11.
Fact: And in their honor, using them as an excuse, he has transformed this country into a police state.

Simpering claim: President Bush has increased border patrols by more than 10 percent to try and stop the flow of illegals and protect us from terrorists.
Fact: And then he rewarded the violation of our immigration laws by allowing millions who are already here to remain with impunity.

Simpering claim:When the United Nations called for America to surrender all firearms, President Bush supported the right of Americans to keep and bear arms.
Fact: And then voiced his support for the unconstitutional "assault" weapons ban.

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Hell of a guy. NOT!
 

WI: Concealed carry law causes worry
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Somehow, I grew up with this impression that carrying six-guns everywhere a person went just might be dangerous or menacing. It seemed to me that 'lawmen' in the movies and on TV made it a special point to collect all those six-shooters from the cowhands and gunslingers and put them away for safe-keeping until the gun owners left town. If the sheriff didn’t get the necessary cooperation, he threw the culprits in jail or sent them to the undertaker./;

"It helped keep the peace, prevented indiscriminate shooting and avoided a bevy of bullet holes in saloon ceilings. ...Maybe it was just a movie thing. I don’t know."

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One would think that an adult writing an editorial would learn the difference between television and reality.
 

IL: Legislator wants to start registering gun owners at an earlier age
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"An 18-year-old can vote, but he cannot obtain his own Firearm Owner's Identification card."

"State Rep. Brandon Phelps, D-Norris City, said that does not make sense. Phelps is proposing two "simple" changes to the FOID card laws that include reducing the age at which a person can apply for a card from 21 to 18." ...

"Under current law, people under the age of 21 must have the written consent of a parent or guardian to apply for a FOID card. If still in the custody of a parent who has a valid FOID card, those under 21 are not required to carry the identification."
 

Australia: Police probe 'execution-style' killing
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Detectives are investigating whether a young man shot death in a smash repair factory in Sydney's south-west last night was the victim of a gangland execution."

"The victim, aged in his 20s, was killed in an industrial area at Condell Park about 6.30pm."

"Task Force Gain, which is investigating a spree of violent gangland shootings in the area, is assisting with the homicide squad's investigation."

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The wonders of gun control in Australia.
 

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