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TN: Reward Money 'Helps Keeps Guns Out of Schools'
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"A Metro student brought a gun to school, but a cash reward prompted a fellow student to turn him in. Cold, hard cash: it's working to help keep weapons off school grounds."

Officer Black is proud of the students who help him fight crime. He said it's better to take a stand than be sorry later. "We don't know if the kid was going to use it or not, but it's not on the streets. It's one less gun we have to worry about."
 

UT: Gun-toting Utah
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"Gun advocates, like other politically passionate groups, sometimes don't know when to quit. Such is the case in Utah. Less than two weeks before the Olympic Games begin, gun advocates are trying to bring guns close to Olympic venues and trying to force guns onto college campuses against the will of colleges and universities." - The Seattle Times Company
 

Jan. 31 Neal Knox update
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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* Bush's State of the Union underscores the importance of elections

* Someone needs to oust McCain

* NRA lies to prevent bylaw passage and members' voices
 

Beretta 9000s Pistol Now Available With Integrated B-Lok Safety
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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Beretta's integrated lock blocks the movement of the hammer using a keyed system. The B-Lok also features a safety warning system, which will allow the gun owner to verify, by both sight and feel, whether the safety is engaged or disengaged. The body of the B-Lok safety is made from hardened steel and the head of the mechanical lock consists of a rotating pick-resistant plunger.
 

In The Spirit of Crazy Horse
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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Before the murders at Ruby Ridge, before the slaughter of the Branch Davidians. Before the federal government's attacks on Bob Stewart, John Lawmaster, Janice Hart, Louis Katona, Harry & Theresa Lamplugh or the murder of Donald Scott...there was the Pine Ridge Reservation and Leonard Peltier. February 6th will mark the beginning of his 27th year in federal prison...held in captivity by one group of tyrants longer than that other group of tyrants held Nelson Mandella.
 

The charade of education reform
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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How do we know that the new reform bill is a sham? Because the federal
government will be giving money to the same people who have caused the
problem.

Bush declared, "If schools don't perform, if, however, given the new
resources, focused resources, they are unable to solve the problem of not
educating their children, there must be real consequences."

What this latest "reform" actually does is accelerate the takeover of public education by the federal government.
 

CO: True Gun Rights Champion Running For Congress
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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GOA ALERT: Marilyn Musgrave is Colorado's #1 pro-gun State Senator. Now we must join together and do everything we can to help elect her to the U.S. Congress. Whether or not you live in Colorado, Marilyn Musgrave will represent YOU by fighting for gun rights in DC. She has not only fought and voted AGAINST every piece of gun control, but she has also led the fight to RESTORE gun rights that have eroded over the years.

Musgrave2002
 

Canada: Federal gun registry has done nothing
Submitted by: Newslinks Director
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"Haven't Toronto's hoodlums learned of the 1995 federal Liberal firearm legislation? Enacted in 1998, it requires all who possess firearms to become licensed. This should lead metro's finest to the location of all the hoods' guns. And under the Firearms Act, these folk will have few protections against search and seizure..."
 

FL: Gun Control Advocates, Wish List Stymied
Submitted by: Robert Waters
Website: http://KeepAndBearArms.com/Waters

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Gun control advocates gave their wish list to lawmakers, then admitted they might as well not bother. "It's pathetic," said Sen. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-Weston). Democratic lawmakers and gun control groups said the "NRA's grip" on the Republican-controlled Legislature prevents open discussion of gun control.

Marion Hammer, Florida president of the NRA, scoffed at that. "It's not NRA pressure, it's common sense that keeps these bills from being heard," she said.
 

Man killed in gun battle at home; Police hunt murder suspect
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Two men wearing black clothing and masks kicked in the front door of the house just after 8p.m. and began shooting into the house, police spokeswoman Virginia Lopez said.

One of the residents, identified by neighbors as Montoya, grabbed a handgun and fired back at the men, Lopez said. In the ensuing gunfight, Montoya was killed. A woman was also shot in the arms. She is in serious condition.
 

TX: Student gunmen hold up teacher
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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"Gun-free" zones = Victim zones.
 

Japan: Families urged to actively fight suicide surge
Submitted by: Bill Brandow

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-- According to this report, families are the cause of the increase of suicides. Maybe it's not those 'evil guns' after all, since they aren't even mentioned in the article. (Additonal interesting headlines at this site as well.)
 

CO: Denver's deadliest cop relates 'pain' of grim title
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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No one "officially" keeps such statistics, but since that first killing in the line of duty in 1979, Silvas has earned the title nobody wants - Denver's "deadliest cop."
 

Japan: Record number of kids orphaned by parents' suicide
Submitted by: Anonymous

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From "gun-free" Japan:

"The top cause of suicide... was 'job-related problems,' including unemployment, accounting for 28.1% of all suicides. Following were 'financial or daily living trouble,' at 28.1%, and 'health-related problems' at 14.6%.

"A 20-year-old university student who lost his father said... 'I want the government to examine ways to form another path for them.'"

-- What? You mean their "gun control" edicts haven't worked?

KABA NOTE: What? You mean these people need their government to figure out how people should live their lives? That is pretty pathetic.
 

OH: Gun debate ends with volleys fired, without a winner
Submitted by: Doug Huffman

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Fingerhut criticized Lott for disguising his advocacy as scholarly work and disputed many of the figures Lott cited as inaccurate. He said it was illogical and misleading to use crime statistics to support his arguments, because it's impossible to factor in all the reasons some places have more crime than others.

"It is ludicrous to suggest that increasing the number of people carrying loaded weapons around the house is actually going to reduce crime," he said.
 

FL: Murdered boy’s parents want school system blamed
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The parents of murdered seventh-grader Johnpierre Kamel want a jury to find the Palm Beach County School District partly responsible for the 1997 shooting that left their son dead and his classmate Tronneal Mangum a killer.
 

MD: U.S. took carjack case only at Norris' request
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"When Maryland's new U.S. attorney announced last week that his office would prosecute a Baltimore man accused of three carjacking murders in the city, Mayor Martin O'Malley suggested that federal prosecutors had hand-picked one "high-profile, slam-dunk" murder case while ignoring more routine gun crimes." --Gail Gibson
 

Thief shot at Ensley clothing store
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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This hapless criminal should consider another line of work...
 

FL: ACLU sues police chief for arresting publisher for coverup story
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The American Civil Liberties Union sued the city's police chief Friday on behalf of a newspaper publisher arrested after he ran articles alleging a cover-up of police wrongdoing.

Dennis Cooper, publisher and editor of the weekly Key West The Newspaper, alleges in his suit that Police Chief Gordon "Buz" Dillon arrested him illegally and violated his First Amendment rights. He is seeking unspecified damages.
 

NV: Landmark Case Decided in Favor of Property Rights
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The long anticipated final decision on the property rights at issue in Hage v. United States, the takings case filed by Nevada ranchers, the Wayne Hage family, has finally been issued by Senior Judge, Loren A. Smith. On January 29th, Smith ruled Hage owns extensive property rights on his grazing allotments, specifically water rights, 1866 Act ditch rights of way, the right to have their livestock consume the forage adjacent to their waters and ditches and the right of access thereto.
 

NRA Sets 2002 Women's Hunt Schedule
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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As a continuation of their ongoing mission to foster women’s safe and responsible participation in the hunting and shooting sports, the National Rifle Association’s Women On Target™ program has set its 2002 ladies-only hunt schedule.
This year, ladies of all experience levels are invited to take advantage of a variety of sporting opportunities as the Women On Target™ program travels to new and exciting hunting destinations.
 

NRA & Members Will Receive Benefits With New H&R Block Program
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The NRA is offering a valuable new benefit to members that will help relieve some of your stress at tax time.

The NRA has joined forces with H&R Block, the nation’s leading tax services firm, to bring you the guidance and professional assistance you need for your tax services and to ensure that you take advantage of every money-saving deduction and credit that you’re eligible for.
 

CA: Guns, bullying found to be 'normal' among youths
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Ryan Ray was shocked to learn 160 of 459 youths who responded to a survey on youth violence indicated they could a get a gun. "That's 35% of the kids who took part in the survey," said Ray, a 16-year-old student at San Joaquin Memorial High School. "We're talking about kids 12 to 17 years of age who told us they have access to guns."
 

Federal "Health Agency" Unveils 24/7 Plan to Track Patients
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released $1.1 billion and a plan to build "government health surveillance systems in every state."

The stated goal: "To enhance public health infrastructure for bioterrorism preparedness."

The plan: "Government access to everyone's medical record through their hospitals and doctor's offices."
 

NJ: Robbers raid 'gun free' zone, hold students at gunpoint
Submitted by: Kevin Novak

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"To a certain respect, [students] have to be responsible for their own security," Miles said. "They cannot prop doors open, they cannot leave suite doors unlocked."

KABA NOTE: So they hold students "accountable" for their own "safety", while denying them the means to defend themselves. How very quaint.
 

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