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"Stand For Children Day" 2001, June 1
Submitted by: Skypod

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"Building Our Voice and Vision for All Children" will consist of Town Hall Meetings across the country to discuss the needs of local children and to develop a clear vision of how communities should support children and families. The results from the thousands of Stand For Children Day 2001 events will be shared at Stand For Children's first convention in Washington, DC at the end of June.
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KABA Note: Get Involved - be a Voice for Gun Rights!
 

TX ALERT: H.B.2353 - to amend anti-gun school law
Submitted by: Jase Murphy

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Introduced by Rep. Suzanna Gratia-Hupp, H.B.2353 (as yet untitled) would amend current Texas state law prohibiting concealed weapons on school grounds, allowing Principals and Superintendents could carry firearms to work.
Contact your TX Reps to SUPPORT this bill!
 

The "Success" Side of American (Public) "Education"
Submitted by: Skypod

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"By some criteria, American education might be deemed a remarkable success. Let's look at it: Pretend you're a politician or high-level bureaucrat seeking low accountability standards, as well as more power and control over American lives. Which would you prefer: ignorant and uninformed constituents, or ones who are educated and informed?" -Walter Williams
 

KS ALERT: Reform Forfeiture Bill
Submitted by: Skypod

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Kansas law enforcement strongly opposes a Reform Forfeiture Bill to would send seized drug money to education and make a requirement for conviction before property or money could be forfeited.

Law enforcement officials told the House Judiciary Committee that if their agencies were not allowed to keep drug money, forfeitures could become extinct in Kansas.

Contact your KS Reps to SUPPORT the Reform Forfeiture Bill!
 

Scalia Slams 'Living Document' Philosophy
Submitted by: Skypod

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Justice Scalia insisted that only his approach - interpreting the Constitution based on the Framers' precise words and the meaning they intended at the time - can preserve the Constitution's guiding principles. "The Constitution is not an organism," the justice said, "it is a legal document."
 

Gun Rights Advocates Pushing Bills in Missouri Legislature
Submitted by: David Shimm

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The legislature's gun-rights advocates, who spent much of last year lying low, have roared back this year with at least 7 bills to keep gun owners happy. 2 proposals would prohibit the state or local governments from suing gun makers. 5 others would liberalize the state's ban on carrying concealed handguns.
Contact your MO Legislators!
 

The Top 400 Donors to George W. Bush
Submitted by: Skypod

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"Mother Jones", the notorious socialist organization, has conveniently set up a searchable database of the top 400 donors to G.W.Bush.
 

Tin Man in the Emerald City
Submitted by: Skypod

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"Why did Seattle's police stand by and do nothing while Kristopher Kime was beaten to death in front of their eyes? Three hundred riot-suited police officers -- to a man -- followed the orders of police chief Gil Kerlikowske: Don't break up the city's fun on 'Fat Tuesday'."
 

Pro-Gun Organization Announces Safe Schools Initiative
Submitted by: Skypod

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"In 1974 Israel armed volunteer parents and grandparents and asked them to patrol their schools and grounds. They have not had a child killed in school since they put this program in place. Even though Israel is the target of terrorists and other violent radicals, they have not had one child killed in twenty seven years! ... John Bender, Executive Director of SUSSA, said, "We want to make our schools safe and stop the killings. Israel has a program that is tested and proven to work."
 

Gun Rights Backers Slam Body-Armor Ban Plan
Submitted by: David Shimm

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"They want to have a big bureaucracy set up on body armor like they have on handguns," said Roy Tarbutton of Pasadena, MD, referring to gun regulations that gun dealers and buyers criticize as increasingly excessive and unfair to law-abiding Marylanders. The comments were made at a hearing before the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee.
Contact your MD Senators to OPPOSE a ban on body armor.
 

Should Guns Be Part of a Patient Profile?
Submitted by: Skypod

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"If Jeremiah Barondess, the patrician elder statesman of the New York medical community, has his way, the average doctor’s examination in the near future will include questions not only about a patient’s consumption of red meat and alcohol, but of ammunition, too. Dr. Barondess, who is president of the august New York Academy of Medicine, thinks physicians should know if their patients have guns in the house. Some 600,000 doctors nationwide are seconding that opinion."
 

Where it's a crime NOT to own a gun
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There is a town in Utah that finds government intrusion into their life very annoying. So the town council passed a law REQUIRING everyone to own a firearm...
 

Swiss seek stricter controls on light weapons
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We have heard about it and been warned this was coming since 1993. Now, the French and the Swiss are looking to the U.N. to stop and control the sale and proliferation of small arms.
 

Gun found at school in Durham, NC
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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"Walden (the suspect) was arrested several times last year on charges of larceny,possesion of marijuana up to half an ounce and reckless driving."
~~The suspect said he brought the gun to school for protection. With a record like that I wonder what he was afraid of?
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KABA Note: The article also says that there was no indication he intended to harm anyone.
 

Deputy fired after leaving gun in school sink
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Gibson County, IN Sheriff fired a reserve deputy who left a loaded 9mm pistol in a high school bathroom sink. The incident occurred Saturday, while Deputy Wallace worked security at a music festival at Princeton High School. A school student who found the gun turned it over to his mother. Wallace said he had gone to the restroom because he was having trouble with the gun weighing down his belt.
 

.50 Caliber Shooters Respond
Submitted by: John Rich

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John Burtt of the Fifty Caliber Shooter's Association makes their official position statement in response to Senator Diane Feinstein's latest attempt to restrict .50 caliber firearms with her recently introduced Senate Bill S.505. Her speech introducing the Bill was highlighted here in the Newslinks for Tuesday, March 13.

Link posted with permission from John Burtt and the FCSA.
 

NH ALERT: Anti-Gun Bills Scheduled for Hearings
Submitted by: Skypod

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H.B.736 'The Consumer Safety Firearms Protection Act'
S.B.129 to prohibit children from obtaining CWPs
S.B.154 to require NICS for ALL gun sales

S.B.129 & 154 are scheduled for March 14 at 11AM for Judiciary Committee. H.B.736 is scheduled for public hearing March 20 at 10AM with the Criminal Justice & Public Safety Committee.

CONTACT YOUR STATE SENATORS & REPS TO OPPOSE THESE BILLS!
 

TX ALERT: H.B.2353 - to amend anti-gun school law
Submitted by: Jase Murphy
Website: http://www.tcht.net/

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Texas Principals and Superintendents could carry firearms to work, introduced by Rep. Suzanna Gratia-Hupp.

Contact your Texas State Reps to SUPPORT this bill!
 

GOOD NEWS for Illinois! - Daley FAILS
Submitted by: Skypod

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"Mayor Richard Daley's proposal to limit the number of handguns that people in Illinois can buy to one a month narrowly failed Wednesday in a House committee along with other gun control measures.

Fewer than half of the gun control proposals Daley has pushed survived the House Judiciary Committee."
 

MN ALERT: H.F.1360 - The Citizen's Personal Protection Act
Submitted by: Skypod

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"If H.F.1360 passes, Minnesota will join in the national effort to assert the right to carry as a deterrent to criminal violence." HOWEVER: There are two amendments to this proposed bill that aren't that great. (see link for details)

Contact your MN Reps to SUPPORT this bill, WITHOUT any changes!
 

Defending Gun Shows by Kopel, Gallant & Eisen
Submitted by: Dave Kopel
Website: http://www.i2i.org

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This is an exploration into the very extremist nature of the new, billionaire-funded "Americans for Gun Safety." As usual, these authors strike hard at the truth and hit paydirt, over and over.
 

Michigan Governor John Engler wins special award from the MMM
Submitted by: Rich Henderson-Gragg

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The MillionMomMarch awards The Time Out Chair to Michigan Governor John Engler, who kicked off the new year by signing Public Act 381, which takes affect July 1, 2001, making almost any Michigan adult able to carry a concealed handgun nearly anywhere. ~~I think we should congratulate him in winning this "coveted" award.
 

Homeowner Kills Intruder, Police Say
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Another one for the good guys.
 

"Security or Threat"? (NM)
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Beth Robak says that if a proposed state law allowing qualified New Mexicans to carry a loaded, concealed handgun passes, she'd be among those in line for a license. The class she is taking, introduction to handguns, includes material applicants would be required to master to get a license. "I think for women it's really important," Robak said of carrying a concealed gun for self defense.
 

'Guns and Poses'
Submitted by: glen biddle

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Blaming guns not the answer. Conservative values are the answer. No nonsense editorial about the real causes of violence today.
 

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