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American Clown Journalism 101
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Journalists around the world are being targeted by suicide bombers, threatened with "hate crimes" prosecutions and thrown in jail for defending a free press from crazed Islamists."

"You wouldn't know it from the circus-show antics of the American media."

"Vice President Dick Cheney, as you all are aware from the Beltway press corps' incessant flapping and yapping, was involved in an accidental shooting during a weekend quail hunting trip in Texas. The victim is recovering." ...

"News anchors who couldn't find the Second Amendment in the Bill of Rights if you put it under klieg lights pontificated about 28-gauge shotguns and hunting etiquette. ..." ...
 

Get on target! Reloading saves money and increases accuracy
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"Most shooters start into reloading their own ammunition to save money. With the exception of military surplus cartridges, shooters can save between 50-75 percent of the cost of ammunition by doing it themselves. Of course if you only shoot a couple of boxes of ammunition a year, it is not worth it. However, many shooters fire thousands of rounds in a year. They can save considerable money by reloading. Shooting sports are growing in popularity with the building of improved shooting ranges such as the Hernando Sportsman’s Club in the Chassahowitzka Wildlife Management Area on U.S. 19 about nine miles north of State Road 50. ..." ...
 

LA: Bystander Fired Deadly Shot, Not Officer (No Charges to be Filed)
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"There were two big developments Monday in the case of a motorist who was shot and killed along Greenwell Springs Road Friday after a fight with a police officer. Investigators say an autopsy shows the deadly bullet was fired by a bystander, not the officer. Police also announced that no charges would be filed in the case, either against the police officer involved or the bystander who fired the fatal shot into the head of George Temple."

"East Baton Rouge Sheriff's spokesman Greg Phares says Officer Brian Harrision was escorting a funeral procession Friday when he pulled Temple over and wrote him a ticket for breaking into the procession. According to Phares, that's when Temple attacked Harrison. Police say Perry Stevens was walking outside of the Auto Zone on Greenwell Springs Road when he heard Harrison yelling for help. Harrison was reportedly on his back with Temple on top of him. That's when Stevens went to his car and grabbed his .45 caliber pistol." ...
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Submitter's Note: This should read private citizen with CCW saves Police Officers Life. Fires five shots from 45 cal to stop perp on top of LEO.
 

LA: Police: Witness shot man five times (follow-up)
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"No arrests will be made in the death of 24-year-old George Temple II, a local businessman shot and killed by a witness during a scuffle with a Baton Rouge police officer on Friday."

"'We are not arresting anyone,' Greg Phares, chief criminal deputy with the East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office, said Monday. 'However, this is not the end of the process. Our investigation will be taken to the district attorney.'"

"Phares said Perry Stephens fired a shot to Temple’s head after witnessing a fight between Temple and Officer Brian Harrison." ...

"Stephens had a concealed handgun license, Phares said." ...
 

South Africa: Armed robber killed by intended victim
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"An armed robber was shot dead on Tuesday when three men tried to rob a store manager near a shopping complex in Pretoria, police said."

"Around 11.30am three men followed a store manager from a bank in East Lynne near his store and attempted to rob him. The three shot at the manager and he fired back with his own pistol, said police spokeswoman Constable Brenda Kgafela."

"The man, who was wounded in the exchange, shot a robber as the three ran away."

"The robber died across the road from where the attempted robbery took place, in front of bewildered shoppers near the East Lynne shopping complex on the Baviaanspoort road, Kgafela said." ...
 

NC: Starks raises crime awareness
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"'I believe people choose to be victims,' Dan Starks said, host of 'Don't Be a Victim' on WCNC-TV. Starks spoke to about 50 students at UNC Charlotte Wednesday about crime and self-defense. 'People say it could never happen to me. This complacency is the single biggest security threat we face,' Starks said, who himself has fallen prey to a violent assault with multiple perpetrators."

"Starks talked about how a lot of crime happens in Charlotte. 'Charlotte is the second largest hub for the MS-13 gang,' Starks said. .. 'Crime is a predictable, preventable problem and the most lethal weapon you have is your mind.'" ...
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Submitter's Note: But the safest weapon with which to defend yourself is a gun, which NC statute bans at schools and universities.
 

CA: Police recover assault weapon on college campus
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"After a lengthy investigation, the Susanville Police Department, with the aid of the Coos Bay Police Department, arrested Lassen Community College student Matthew Louis Maumoynier, 21, on Saturday, Feb. 11 in Coos Bay, Ore."

"Maumoynier was charged with possessing an assault rifle, possessing firearms on a college campus, furnishing or loaning a high capacity magazine and probation violation. His bail was set at $45,000."

"During the month of January, the police department began investigating allegations that college students at LCC were in possession of various firearms in the dorm rooms, according to a SPD press release." ...
 

PA: Teenager shot outside Pittsburgh high school
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"A student dropped off at a high school Tuesday morning was shot when someone in a car drove up beside him and opened fire with an assault rifle, police said."

"The 16-year-old arrived outside Westinghouse High School at about 7:45 a.m. and exchanged words with someone in a car. Second later, the boy was shot in the buttocks and leg."

"A school security guard heard the shots and pulled the injured student into the building, police said."

"The school was locked down after the shooting. Parents were told they could pick up their children if they wanted to, but that everyone inside the school was safe." ...
 

FL: Clearwater High abuzz with talk of arrest [follow-up]
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"Talk in the hallways of Clearwater High School Monday centered on a single subject: Christopher Rodriguez, whose arrest police say may have averted a tragedy."

"The 15-year-old sophomore had bought weapons, made silencers, studied military manuals and amassed neo-Nazi hate literature before coming to the attention of authorities, police say." ...

"Detectives found no evidence that Rodriguez had developed a plan to harm anyone, but considering his extreme views, access to weapons and proficiency in using them, police say there's no telling what might have happened." ...
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Submitter's Note: So 'weapons and proficiency in using them' are predictors of violence now?
 

AL: House votes to expand when deadly force is allowed
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"The Alabama House voted Tuesday to expand the instances when a person can use deadly force to protect his or her home or automobile."

"The House voted 97-2 in favor of the bill, just three weeks after the legislation had appeared stymied in a filibuster led by black lawmakers who complained that it would give people 'a license to kill.'"

"But the sponsor ... and the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee ... negotiated with members of the Black Caucus and presented a compromise version of the bill Tuesday."

"Current state law allows a person to use deadly force ... but also says deadly force should not be used if the resident feels he or she can 'avoid using force with complete safety.' The bill ... removes that language." ...
 

WY: Testimony heard on retreat bill
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"The necessity of a bill that would specify that people have no duty to retreat from an attacker before using deadly force was questioned in a House Judiciary Committee meeting Monday."

"Despite negative testimony from the public, the committee decided to further consider the bill later in the day."

"Tom Jubin of the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association testified that years of case law had clarified the issue in Wyoming. He said Wyoming citizens already had the right to defend their homes without a duty to retreat." ...

"Proponents of the bill said it was necessary because the statute needed to be 'crystal clear.'"

"The bill was amended so a person would have the duty to retreat in a public area." [emphasis added] ...
 

FL: Florida bill puts lawmakers in a gunfight with business
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"While the Oklahoma law that permits employees to bring a firearm to work and leave it in a locked vehicle is stalled in the courts, a similar effort to tie an employer's hands is under way in Florida."

"The bill would make it a third-degree felony for any employer who prohibits workers from keeping guns in their vehicles on company property. ..." ...

"Proponents of the law say employers shouldn't have the right to regulate what is allowed in an employee's or a customer's private vehicle. Allowing guns in cars makes the workplace safer and protects employees ..."

"Easy access to guns in employee parking lots makes workplaces unsafe. The issue is one of property rights as much as it is Second Amendment rights."
 

VA: $100,000 paid out in Ames wrongful death suit
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"John F. Ames and his insurance company paid $100,000 to settle a wrongful death suit filed against him by the family of a man Ames shot and killed in April 2004 in Caroline County, court documents reveal."

"The terms of the settlement, which had previously been sealed, were revealed today after lawyers representing The Free Lance–Star and The Richmond Times–Dispatch successfully argued that it was a public document." ...

The Brooks' original wrongful death suit asked for $10.4 million." ...

"A Caroline jury last year found that Ames acted in self-defense when he shot and killed the 74-year-old Brooks in April 2004 on Ames’ farm near Bowling Green." ...
 

KS: Proponents: 'Old West' concerns not valid
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"It was the late 1870s, the height of the mythic Wild West, and W.N. Morphy, editor of the Ford County Globe, pondered the presence of guns on Dodge City streets."

"'An honest man attending to his own business doesn't require the constant companionship of a six-shooter to make him feel easy and safe,' he opined on March 5, 1878, referencing a local ban on concealed guns. Indeed, 'there is something rotten with a man's conscience,' he continued, if he must walk the streets with a weapon."

"Fast-forward to 2006, and a different attitude emerges among many."

"'Your right to self-defense doesn't stop at your property line,' said Sen. Phil Journey, sponsor of a legislative proposal that would allow Kansans to carry concealed handguns beyond the confines of their homes and businesses." ...
 

MI: Bill allows use of force in cases of self-defense
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"If your home is your castle, can you use force - even deadly force - to protect it without getting sued or arrested?"

"The answer would be yes, under legislation to be discussed today at a hearing before a state Senate committee."

"The bill has sparked debate: The head of the Michigan Sheriffs' Association says the concept raises questions about taking another person's life, and gun-control advocates contend it's too broad and could apply even to bar fights and playground squabbles."

"Nearly identical bills introduced in the House and Senate provide legal immunity for the use of force in self-defense. The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing today." ...
 

FL: Guns 'n' Bosses
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"Where is the magical line that separates the right to bear arms from the responsibility of business owners to control what occurs on their premises?"

"Some state lawmakers think it's at the parking lot's edge, and they have two bad bills to back it up."

"H.B. 129 and S.B. 206 would block any effort by an individual or entity that prohibits the lawful possession of a firearm when it is locked in or locked to a motor vehicle in a parking facility. Violators would face a felony penalty with a maximum prison sentence of five years and $5,000 fine."

"The bills also provide immunity from civil liability, in certain circumstances, to individuals and entities for any damages that may result from the use of a [lawful] firearm ..." ...
 

TN: Congressional hopeful: 'I want the America I was promised'
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"Long before Bill Jenkins decided not to run for Congress again, and long ong before anyone else had decided to challenge him, there was one man who thought it was time for a change."

"Way past time, in fact."

"Joel Goodman ... has been watching the developments in the news and seeing where the country is heading, and he does not like it. It does not fit with what is right and true and inherently patriotic, he said." ...

"'I'm a political conservative and a social liberal, a constitutional Democrat,' he said. 'Being a constitutional Democrat I don't cherry-pick through the Bill of Rights; I support all the amendments, including the Second Amendment. As a matter of fact, I have been an NRA (National Rifle Association) certified firearms safety instructor.'" ...
 

OR: Assistant watermasters seek to carry pistols
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The Baker County watermaster has asked county commissioners to let his assistants carry pistols while working in remote areas.

Watermaster Rick Lusk, who as a state employee is not allowed to carry a handgun, told commissioners last week he's concerned that his assistant watermasters are vulnerable to attack from predators while servicing headgates, measuring equipment and gauging stations.

The commissioners decided that training procedures need to be spelled out, as should rules for how and where guns are stored when the employees work in the courthouse.

Commission chairman Fred Warner Jr. said he doesn't want the employees to lock weapons in their courthouse desks. Warner said he will develop a policy that commissioners will vote on in March.
 

FL: Why you might find a few holes in this column
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"In the old days, the newsroom was a cavernous hall with so many rows of orange metal desks and dangerously clear sight lines to the city desk. Bad for ducking editors. Worse for ducking hot lead."

"A certain reporter with a famously volatile temperament was known to be armed. ..." ...

"No wonder assistant city editors, downright ruthless with the rest of us, edited her copy with the timidity of palace servants scrolling royal proclamations."

"Other reporters observed this process hunkered low in our chairs, aware that an ill-considered change in her copy could result in serious gunplay. ..."

"The reporter has long since departed, but she has been memorialized, I suspect, in company policy. Employees have officially been barred from bringing guns ... and other weaponry onto company property." ...
 

GA: Hunting, fishing store opens -- Oakwood shop to feature an indoor shooting range
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"Hunting is big business in Georgia."

"Statistics from the state Department of Natural Resources show that hunting generates $515 million in sales each year, with a $1 billion annual economic impact."

"Those figures were in Wayne Strickland's mind when he and two partners decided to build a 30,000-square-foot hunting, fishing and sporting goods store in Oakwood." ...

"Walt Sippel, a certified gun instructor who works at the store, said there is a growing market for gun enthusiasts." ...

"Sippel said there are many rifle and pistol enthusiasts who have little interest in game hunting. He said many parents bring their older children to learn about guns." ...
 

NH: Businessman Aims to Put Firearms Facility Up in Groton
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"A Rye businessman wants to build a firearms training facility in Groton, just west of Plymouth."

"Groton doesn't have any zoning."

"That makes it nearly impossible for the town to block the project...if it wants to."

"No zoning means no public hearing."

"No public hearing means rumors are flying around about just what a firearms training facility is."

"At the same time, some residents have organized opposition...and hired a lawyer." ...

"The wish list for the ideal site: rural location, but close enough to major airports and roads, a big piece of land with few neighbors."

"After 40-some possibilities, he thought he found the spot he wanted in Farmington."

"But citing local ordinances, town officials killed his plan late last year." ...
 

NY: Hunters Have The Safest Season On Record
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"New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Denise M. Sheehan today announced the results of the 2005-06 deer hunting seasons, including deer harvest, information on Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD), and hunter safety statistics." ...

"Reports of hunting related shooting incidents received by DEC indicate that 2005 was the safest year in hunting in New York since records have been kept. During 2005 hunting seasons in New York, there were 29 hunting related shooting incidents. The previous record low was 32 incidents in 2003. There were four fatalities, three of which occurred during the big game season and one during spring turkey season." ...
 

OR: Target practice an essential tool
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"I guess I'd rather hunt mule deer than anything else. But that's not the way the state of Oregon sees it. Usually, I'm able to draw a mule deer tag just about every other year. Last fall, being one of the off seasons, I jumped at the chance to do a bit of guiding for an outfitter."

"It would give me a chance to walk those ridge tops in October and look into the canyons and peer under the junipers. This time I'd be carrying my spotting scope instead of a rifle." ...

"A lot of hunters, when they book a guided hunt, pay attention to all the details, except for the one that means the difference between filling a tag and finding an excuse - target practice." ...
 

IN: 2006 Rifle Championship Selections
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"The NCAA Men's and Women's Rifle Committee announced today the team and individual qualifiers for the 2006 National Collegiate Men's and Women's Rifle Championships."

"The United States Air Force Academy and USA Shooting will host the championships, which will be held March 10-11 in Colorado Springs, Colorado." ...
 

NV: Nevada Air Rifle Squad Qualifies For NCAA Championships
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"The University of Nevada was one of eight teams selected for the NCAA Rifle Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo., March 10-11, the NCAA Rifle Committee announced today."

"The nationally-ranked Nevada team qualified with a strong showing at the NCAA West Regional in Reno, Nev., Feb. 10-12, but official bids were not released by the NCAA until today. Nevada was one of nine schools to qualify for the eight-team championships. Seven schools qualified in both air and small bore with Nevada earning a spot in air and Jacksonville State getting the nod in small bore to complete those two, eight-team fields. Army won last year's NCAA Championship in Colorado Springs, Colo., hosted by the University of Nevada." ...
 

MS: Ole Miss Rifle Headed To NCAA Championships
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"For the first time in the program's 10-year history the Ole Miss Rebel rifle team has advanced to the NCAA Championships and will compete beginning March 10 for a national title."

"'I can't explain what this means for our players and our program,' said Ole Miss head coach Valerie Boothe, who is the only head coach in Ole Miss rifle history. 'The girls worked so hard all year, and I am proud of them for reaching their goals.'"

"Ole Miss will join Alaska-Fairbanks, Kentucky, Murray State, Navy, Nebraska and defending national champion Army, at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo., for the two-day event." ...
 

Australia: State under the gun
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"THE number of legal guns in NSW has surged 25 per cent in just three years amid claims the State Government is secretly retreating from the Port Arthur firearms reforms."

"Registered guns now outnumber people in many rural areas of the state, new figures show, as the total weapons stockpile on the NSW Firearms Registry reached 650,185."

"A The Daily Telegraph investigation on the eve of the 10th anniversary of the Port Arthur massacre shows the number of legal firearms in the state grew 133,717 since 2002."

"A confidential NSW Police document showing the geographic distribution of legal guns, obtained under Freedom of Information laws, shows that even Sydney suburbs have high numbers of registered weapons." ...
 

Australia: Gun ownership explodes
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"GUN ownership is on the rise in Queensland with evidence the tough restrictions introduced after the Port Arthur massacre nearly a decade ago are losing their effectiveness."

"Despite bans on certain types of weapons and a successful buyback and amnesty, police figures show there are more firearms in the community now than three years ago."

"Police Minister Judy Spence yesterday foreshadowed possible changes to the Weapons Act, to be reviewed this year, saying she was 'aware of some operational suggestions from police and these will be considered as part of this review'." ...
 

UK: Evil killer would shoot people at the drop of a hat
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"TRIGGER-HAPPY Gary Nelson forged a reputation as a man never to be crossed."

"His willingness to use guns to avenge even the slightest of insults made him one of Britain's most feared criminals."

"The powerfully-built cop killer - nicknamed Tyson because of his likeness to the boxer - raked in an estimated £1million fortune through armed robbery, extortion and suspected contract hits."

"Those who witnessed his rise to power in South London's under-world are convinced his tally of victims goes beyond PC Patrick Dunne and bouncer William Danso." ...

"He was rarely without body armour and his weapon of choice - a Browning 9mm pistol he nicknamed Satan." ...
 

New Zealand: King misses point about speakers at gun conference
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"Police Minister Annette King should stop dodging the issue and investigate the Police role in inviting five pro-gun lobbyists to be keynote speakers at the gun safety conference taking place in Christchurch, Green Party Police Spokesperson Keith Locke says."

"'No-one is denying that there will be useful discussions on gun safety at the conference. But how does it advance safety to give a platform to speakers who promote more guns in the community and support people arming themselves for self defence?' Mr Locke says." ...
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Submitter's Note: I think Mr. Locke is the one missing the point here. He objects to hearing from people who promote the safe and responsible use of guns?
 

UK: Court told of pastor's threat 'to shoot mum'
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"A PASTOR wielding a pistol threatened to shoot a woman at the door of her farmhouse, a jury heard today."

"Mrs Yvonne Neilson claimed Pastor Thomas Baird, 47, was wearing a balaclava when he turned up on her doorstep with three men, pointed a gun at her and her brother Robert, 37, and told them: 'You're getting it.'"

"The 42-year-old mum told the High Court in Glasgow she and her brother dropped to the ground in terror and crawled to the phone for help."

"Describing how she felt, Mrs Neilson told prosecutor Hugh Irwin: 'Shock, disbelief and fear.'"

"She claimed she recognised the pastor by his voice and build, and when asked what she thought he was going to do she replied: 'Shoot me.'" ...
 

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