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Shadow Government Activated for U.S
Submitted by: Chicago Farmer

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"Since 9-11, governmnet officials are deployed for the operation are not allowed to take their families and may not tell anyone where they are going or why."

-- Should Washington DC ever be nuked, Americans not armed will be at great risk from civil strife in the streets. Unarmed American citizens will be at your door for food and protection - what will you say?

Are you ready? Can you protect your family?
 

SC: NRA may still support Capito although she voted for campaign reform
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Even though Rep. Shelley Moore Capito voted for a campaign finance bill the National Rifle Association bitterly opposes, the NRA's executive director says his organization might still support her in the upcoming election.

"(Her position on) that is one of the things we'll consider, but not the only thing," said Wayne LaPierre, who visited Charleston Thursday night to speak at an NRA fund-raiser.
 

NY: Knives Make A Comeback
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz

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"With homicide on pace to be as low as it has been in more than 40 years in the city, a trend from a bygone era has begun to emerge - knives starting to catch up to guns as the weapon of choice, police statistics show."

-- But... but... but... gun control was supposed to be our salvation from nasty, brutal criminals!
 

NE, OR, SC: 3 Senators Ready to Sell You Out
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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GOA ALERT: The three Senators reportedly getting ready to stab gun owners in the back are:

* Senator Ben Nelson (D-NE)
* Senator Gordon Smith (R-OR)
* Senator "Fritz" Hollings (D-SC)

Contact your Senator -- Nelson, G.Smith or Hollings -- and urge him to support a filibuster. Urge him to vote AGAINST cloture (that is, against shutting off debate) when the filibuster is in progress.
 

If You Aren't Part of the Solution, You're Part of the Problem
Submitted by: The Hunter
Website: http://www.vader.com

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Thoughts on the Dell/Weigand controversy. Contains links to all but one of Sierra Times' stories and op-eds on the subject. I'm continuing to monitor the Dell situation myself, and if further developments warrant will file with ST again. You can contact me with any tips, leads, or pointers at the above address.

The Hunter
 

ME: Pro-Gun Leader Running For Congress
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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GOA ALERT: An important opportunity for gun owners has opened up in the House of Representatives.

Anti-gun Rep. John Baldacci, (D-ME,02) is retiring to run for Governor. Running for his seat in the Republican primary is a proven pro-gun leader, State Representative Stavros Mendros.

As a member of the Maine Legislature, Rep. Mendros has a 100% pro-gun voting record...
 

Rambling Through the Constitution
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The inestimable Father Richard John Neuhaus writes about me in the latest issue of his wonderful magazine, First Things. He says, "Goldberg is among the most artful ramblers in the business…." He means it as a compliment and I take it as one. And in recognition of this praise, I will bury the topic sentence of this column somewhere low. I haven't decided where yet."
 

Canada: Gun Registry A $700M Garbage Collection System
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Today, Garry Breitkreuz, the Official Opposition’s gun control critic, released a summary of recent bureaucratic blunders in the government’s $700 million gun registry called: ERRORS, ERRORS AND MORE ERRORS. On February 7, 2001, the Edmonton Sun reported: Canadian Police Association president Const. Grant Obst said yesterday a lot of Canadian cops who believe in the “concept” of a gun registry have profound doubts that the one being run by CFC [Canadian Firearms Centre].
 

UK: Knifeman Shot With Rubber Bullet
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A man is recovering in hospital after being shot by armed police with a rubber bullet.

It is believed to be the first time a baton gun has been used on the UK mainland since it was approved last year.

Police were sent to the man's home after he called them to say he had a "chopper" and was going to kill his children, aged two and six.
 

NY: Group Announces Plan to Put Retired Cops at JFK
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Port Authority of N.Y. & N.J. officials, Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-N.Y.), NYC Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (PBA) Second Vice President John Loud, and Foreseeable Risk Analysis Center CEO Charles Slepian will hold a press conference to announce a pilot program to use retired law enforcement officers for security at New York's John F. Kennedy (JFK) International Airport.
 

MT: 'Militia Group Was Targeting Officials'
Submitted by: Anonymous

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Judges, prosecutors and law enforcement officers were among those targeted for assassination by a Kalispell-based militia organization, according to local investigators who have been "unraveling the plot since early February."

KABA NOTE: HELLO? Where is the evidence?
 

FL: Grand jury indicts more Miami cops in unrelated shooting, beating
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A U.S. grand jury on Thursday returned two indictments against five current or former City of Miami cops in unrelated cases alleging obstruction of justice and violations of civil rights.

The announcement was made at a 4 p.m. press conference at the U.S. Attorney's Office, 99 NE Fourth Street.
 

Gun Control Aids Terrorism
Submitted by: Du Eulear

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-- He is right!

"An incident last week in Israel makes the case as to how U.S. gun-control groups could be considered terrorist allies.

According to a Feb. 22 story published in The Jerusalem Post, a Palestinian terrorist was attempting to set off an explosive device in yet another crowded Israeli market, when an "alert shopper" recognized what he was doing and "shot him dead."
 

Middle East: 'For the Kids'
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The images are alarming. In some volatile areas, like the impoverished refugee camp in Rafa, Gaza, images of young boys at demonstrations struggling to hold AK-47 rifles almost as large as they are continue to horrify the world."

"Kids as young as four were being taught how to handle weapons at a rally organized by Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat's Fatah movement, in the Rafah camp earlier this week."
 

SC: Lawmakers Mull Constitutional Amendment for Hunters
Submitted by: Anonymous

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Should citizens have a state constitutional right to hunt and fish?

That's what almost 60 state legislators in South Carolina believe, but some "animal rights" activists are looking to shoot down the bill before it becomes law.
 

FBI reform bill includes oversight, internal watchdog
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A sweeping bipartisan bill putting controls on the FBI, including mandated polygraph tests and the creation of an Inspector General's Office with independent jurisdiction, was introduced yesterday by two leading members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.

KABA NOTE: And who will watch the watchers?
 

Firm seeks FDA approval for human chip implants
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A Florida company is preparing to ask the Food and Drug Administration for permission to sell microchips that can be implanted in people's bodies.

The chips, which would be "voluntarily inserted," could be read by scanners for identification or medical information while embedded in people's arms, legs or other parts of their bodies.

KABA NOTE: "Voluntarily" for HOW LONG?
 

Bellesiles wins Coogler Literary Award for 2001
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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And so it is that this year in recognition of this promising trend in our intellectual life the J. Gordon Coogler Award for 2001 goes to the most gifted of the New Charlatans, Professor Michael Bellesiles, author of "Arming America: The Origins of a National Gun Culture."
 

MT: Massive Assassination Plot 'Suspected'
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"A Montana militia group with an arsenal of weapons planned large-scale assassinations as the first step to an escalating confrontation they hoped would lead to a war with the federal government," local authorities said Wednesday.

Flathead County Sheriff Jim Dupont said. "It all certainly supports the theory that there was going to be big trouble. The last I heard, it didn't take 30,000 rounds of ammo to kill a turkey."

The sheriff said his information came from "the very reliable informant."

KABA NOTE: HELLO? Where is the evidence?
 

Dell: Moving Beyond HCI
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Though I would have liked yesterday's statement to be the final word on the matter, I have no choice but to address the number of negative responses both to Dell's public statement and our follow up. Each tirade from Real America came with a link, alleging a tie between Dell and Handgun Control, Inc. (HCI) and "proving" the Dell Corp's "true beliefs" behind the Second Amendment.

I must personally and regretfully admit that once we investigated the matter, I was truly embarrassed... for the hundreds who, in their fury, sent a URL that simply showed that HCI receives a commission for selling Dell computers."
 

CA: Davis Plunges as Simon Soars
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Two years ago, California Gov. Gray Davis was on top of the world. Thought to be a likely presidential candidate for the Democrats in 2004, he was well-funded, had strong support on the left, and was viewed in a generally positive light by the business community," United Press International said today.
 

MI: Stiff penalties to be applied to 'pistol violators'
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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With new government dollars in their pockets, federal and local "law enforcement authorities" in Wayne County announced a team effort Thursday to "crack down on people who carry and use pistols illegally."

"We're trying to penetrate that culture of those who carry a gun as if they're brushing their teeth," said U.S. Attorney Jeffrey Collins, whose Detroit-based office has received federal funding to hire four prosecutors dedicated to gun cases.

KABA NOTE: What if this was YOU, and you were simply carrying a pistol to protect yourself and your family, as is your RIGHT? This is why many prominent gun rights organizations and advocates CONDEMN the current NRA management's betrayal of our heritage known as "Project Exile". Read about it here: http://www.KeepAndBearArms.com/Exile2
 

UK: MPs demand tough action on guns
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A delegation of MPs from London's most violent boroughs is to demand immediate and effective government action to stem the capital's spiralling gun crime.

Following a late-night Commons meeting last night called by Hackney MP Diane Abbott, she and the eight other MPs from Hackney, Brent and Lambeth plan to go to the Home Office to tackle what she described as a "lawless, valueless gun culture".
 

Conservatives Organize to Defeat Unconstitutional Campaign Finance Bill
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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A coalition of more than 50 conservative leaders and groups, led by the American Conservative Union, has united to defeat the Shays-Meehan bill, which is aimed at changing U.S. campaign finance law and is set to be considered in the Senate the first week of March.
 

UK: Disrupt shooting at the Commonwealth Games?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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There are increasing calls for a pro-shooting demonstration during this year’s Commonwealth Games. The Sportsman’s Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (SAGBNI) is under pressure from its former handgun-owner members and others to use the Games as a platform to voice their concerns over the 1996 and 1997 handgun bans.
 

UT: U. may take guns tiff to court
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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What was once a threat may become a "friendly lawsuit" over the impasse between the University of Utah and state lawmakers over the university's ban on legally permitted concealed weapons on campus.

Both the U. and legislators confirmed Thursday they expect a judge will have to decide whether the university's gun ban is legal and whether the state can repeal it.
 

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Arms discourage and keep the invader and plunderer in awe, and preserve order in the world as well as property . . . Horrid mischief would ensue were the law-abiding deprived of the use of them. — Thomas Paine, Thoughts on Defensive War (1775).

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