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Firearms ownership: One of the safest activities there is
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The United Sportsmen of Florida have compiled two fact sheets that provide a wealth of insight into the safety of gun ownership, hunting and shooting."

"Citing data sources including the National Center for Health Statistics, the National Safety Council, the Bureau of the Census, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, and firearms industry reports, the 2009 Fact Sheet on Firearms Accidents proves that despite a doubling of our country's population since 1930, and a quintupling in the number of privately owned firearms, the annual number of accidental firearms deaths has decreased 75%. In fact, the fatal firearm accident rate has decreased 92% since the all-time high recorded in 1904." ...
 

Gun Rights and the Constitution: Was Heller Insignificant?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Has the Supreme Court decision in District of Columbia v. Heller ... been of almost no significance? So claimed the New York Times in a recent article by Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak. Unfortunately, Liptak's article followed in a long New York Times tradition of credulously reporting the claims of one anti-gun professor, without conducting sufficient research to see if the claims hold up."

"Let's start with the most obvious facts which the Times overlooked. On the day that Heller was decided, the citizens of five Chicago suburbs ... were prohibited from owning guns. ..."

"Today ... [i]n four of the five Chicago suburbs ... the handgun bans have been repealed. Yet according to the Times, 'So far, Heller is firing blanks.'" ...
 

Clueless in California
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"In California, they've already passed so many draconian restrictions on private gun ownership that it's apparently getting difficult for them to think of any new ones. So, when a career violent felon (and apparent child rapist) murders four cops, which he was able to do despite the most restrictive state gun laws in the country, and when the legislators still want to diagnose the problem as one of not enough gun laws, they have to get creative. ..." ...

"Keep in mind, we're not talking about banning 'large capacity' magazines--that's already done in California. The problem here is that the non-reduced capacity magazine prohibition ... does not work, so now the idea is to create another law, to help the first law work." ...
 

Prize fight for the Second Amendment: Levy vs. Henigan
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"... Tonight, prominent, anti-gun talk host Milt Rosenburg of WUGN radio will host a debate between Cato Institute Chairman Bob Levy who masterminded the Supreme Courts landmark Heller V. D.C. decision and Dennis Henigan, policy director of Handgun Control, Inc. (aka 'The Brady Campaign'). The topic will be no less than repeal of the Second Amendment." ...

"... To give you an idea of who is debating, Levy engineered and bankrolled the Heller lawsuit which led to the U.S. Supreme Court affirming the individual rights interpretation of the Second Amendment. Dennis Henigan has been lead counsel for Handgun Control, including coordinating various city's lawsuits against gun manufacturers." ...
 

Repealing the Second Amendment: The Left v. The United States Tonight
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"In a debate that is announced properly as a prize fight aired on WGNRadio.com and elsewhere the repeal of the Second Amendment to our Bill of Rights is now fiercely and seriously offered by the left in America."

"For years, I've written on how relevant the armed citizen is in self-rule, to everyone, even to non-gun owners, and I can furnish a few key points for non-gun owners to apply in their following the debate. If you cant make it to tonights debate on WGNradio.com, look for podcasts or other media re-broadcasting it." ...
 

The Weakest Case Yet
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The gun-grabbers are at it again, or at least they were until Eric Holder's call for a new assault weapons ban ran into a wall of bipartisan opposition in Congress. The administration told him to pipe down and talk of an assault weapons ban has died with it. But the coverage of all this is amusing. Take Newsweek, which describes Holder's misstep as a 'self-inflicted gun wound.' ..." ...

"Liberals have been trying to limit Second Amendment rights for decades now. The argument has always rested on the damage that American guns do to American communities. ..."

"But for some reason Eric Holder, and apparently many in the press, have some absurd idea that the violence in Mexico will make Americans change their minds." ...
 

U.S. freedoms not to blame for Mexico's drug war
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Here's a summary for the time- or attention-challenged: Never surrender freedom for laws that can't affect criminals; they disobey laws for a living."

"Nobody is surprised that Attorney General Eric Holder wants to make good on his promise to ban guns. We just didn't know whose tragedy he'd seize to advance his agenda."

"Now we do. It's the drug-driven death and violence in Mexico at the hands of ruthless criminal cartels."

"Barely a month on the job, Holder cited the Mexican cartel killings as the excuse to resurrect the Clinton gun ban."

"Though a new face to some, Holder is a rabid Second Amendment foe from the Clinton administration who helped orchestrate the 1994 Clinton gun ban." ...
 

Zogby/O'Leary Report Poll Finds Majority of American Voters Don't Fault U.S. Gun Laws for Mexican Drug Violence
Submitted by: Trapper

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"U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has stated that the Obama administration would like to resurrect the Clinton ban on semi-automatic firearms, as well as other gun control laws."

"... Holder says that some of the guns being used by the Mexican drug mafia are being obtained illegally from the United States." ...

"However, according to a recent poll conducted by The O'Leary Report and Zogby International, a vast majority of the American voting public disagrees." ...

"Sixty-five percent of voters say that the international black market is the main source for Mexican drug cartel arms; while only 13.5 percent think these arms are coming from U.S. gun stores ..." ...
 

Blame Criminal, Not Guns for Oakland Shootings
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.examiner.com/x-1417-Gun-Rights-Examiner

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"Again with the untruths. Again with the substitution of 'automatic' for 'semiautomatic.' Whether this is intentional deception or simple incompetence is something we can only speculate on. What it's not is responsible journalism.

"It also sidetracks our attention from what we should be focusing on: the criminal."
 

Permitting citizens to own firearms will go a long way to curbing crime
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Crimes involving firearms are particularly worrying because they frequently end up in death or injury."

"One often gets the impression that some nervous, inexperienced crook gets hold of a gun, which then gives him the confidence to hold up some fast-food outlet or petrol station."

"Then, when the owner or a passer-by shows some resistance, the nervous crook pulls the trigger, only to later claim that he did not actually realise what he was doing."

"... This gun problem is international. In South Africa, there has been a clampdown on gun ownership, but what does that actually achieve? Is there any evidence that the crooks now have fewer guns? I do not think so." ...
 

Black Man with a Gun: Interview with Kenn Blanchard
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.examiner.com/x-1417-Gun-Rights-Examiner

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"OK, but now a challenge. How about I go HARD. Time for something 'fierce'. I’d like to see something inflammatory; and controversial that will make folks wince. We have done the collegiate, academic argument to death. I’d like to turn the tables with this article by painting the picture that people that believe the lies of the anti-gun propagandist are sell outs and losers, unable to make adult decisions. That anti-gun people are victims defending their oppressors."
 

Stop flow of U.S. guns to Mexico drug war
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"America's neighbor to the south is engaged in a bloody war with ruthless drug cartels."

"It is a war that is threatening to bring down the government of Mexico, is spilling over into neighborhoods in the United States and is fast becoming a serious national security concern."

"American gun sellers supply the cartels with 95 to 100 percent of their guns, according to the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives." ...
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Submitter's Note: No matter how many times you repeat a lie, it is still a lie.
 

NBC's Mitchell Pushes Hillary to Bring Back Assault Weapons Ban
Submitted by: JarheadSgt

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"NBC's Andrea Mitchell, in a taped interview from Mexico with Hillary Clinton on Thursday's 'Today' show, partially blamed the Bush administration for Mexico's current drug cartel violence as she charged that '90 percent of the guns used by gangs,' were available because the Bush White House and Congress let the assault weapons ban lapse. Mitchell even went as far to push the Secretary of State to 'challenge the gun lobby,' and 'reinstitute,' the ban."
"ANDREA MITCHELL: And 90 percent of the guns used by the gangs come from the U.S., including the powerful assault weapons that were banned until Congress and the Bush White House let the ban expire." ...
 

A Self-Inflicted Gun Wound
Submitted by: motoboy

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"After fierce resistance from the gun lobby and its allies in Congress, Attorney General Eric Holder has dialed back talk about reimposing a federal assault weapons ban to help curb the spiraling violence in Mexico."

"As much as 90 percent of the assault weapons and other guns used by Mexican drug cartels are coming from the United States, fueling drug-related violence that is believed to have killed more than 7,000 people since January 2008, according to estimates by Mexican and U.S. law enforcement officials. But the political obstacles to addressing the U.S.-to-Mexico weapons flow are dramatically underscored by Holder's experience in just the last few weeks." ...
 

AZ: Politicians gun-shy on 'loophole' law
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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"Can we actually expect the government to secure our 2,000-mile border with Mexico when politicians on every level can't even agree on closing a teeny, tiny loophole in the law that allows some very bad people to purchase some very big guns?"

"Because that is what's happening." ...

"... a person could argue that another way to fight gun trafficking - at least a small part of it - would be to close what is referred to as the 'gun-show loophole.'"

"And it would be (or should be) easy." ...

"Closing the loophole won't erode anyone's rights. Licensed dealers already do the background checks. Nor will closing the loophole prevent criminals from getting weapons. But it will make it a little tougher on them." ...
 

LA: Gun bill: Dead wrong
Submitted by: jgh
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"Official ULM administration, faculty and student organizations is clear about legislation to permit concealed weapons on their campus: They stand opposed, as do campus leaders around the state."

"That's not because they disdain the U.S. Constitution, which guarantees Second Amendment rights, but because they value public safety, which they think will be compromised if too many students are packing heat on campus. The faculty in its resolution suggests that too many armed students is a bad idea, that too many guns on campus might heighten rather than lessen the possibility of campus violence. They are correct." ...
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AZ: Cops: Bobcat walks into bar, attacks patrons
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A bobcat attacked three people in a community in central Arizona, including two men who were bitten when the animal wandered inside a bar.

Officers called to the Chapparal Bar in Cottonwood arrived to find the bobcat in the parking lot, where they shot and killed it, KVRD-FM radio reported.

Tests were ordered to determine if the animal was rabid. It wasn't clear how seriously the victims had been injured.

Cottonwood police say the animal attacked Monday when it scratched a woman who thought she had hit it with her car. Then police got a report of a bobcat acting aggressively toward a woman outside a Pizza Hut.

Later came the call from the bar that a bobcat was inside as patrons climbed atop bar stools to get away.
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KABA Note: In AZ carrying is prohibited in bars.
 

Congressman Ross leads effort to keep gun control law at bay
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"U.S. Congressman Mike Ross said a delegation of pro-gun Democrats was successful in stopping the possibility of reinstating a weapons ban that had expired five years ago."

"... Ross said he had led the effort, which included a 65-member delegation. The group wrote a letter in opposition to reinstating the weapons ban, which had recently been discussed by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder."

"Ross said his reasons for speaking out against the weapons ban are simple. 'The Second Amendment to the Constitution gives[sic] us all the right to own firearms,' Ross said. Ross said that ownership of firearms for hunting is one aspect, but that owning firearms for personal protection is an equally important part of that right." ...
 

National Park Lead Ammo Ban in Doubt
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The National Park Service has stepped back from a plan it announced earlier this month to ban lead-based ammunition and fishing tackle by 2010 ... The proposed lead ban triggered a fierce counterattack by gun groups that has put into doubt the pledge to eliminate lead ammunition from the park system by 2010."

"On March 4, 2009, Acting National Park Service (NPS) Director Daniel Wenk sent out an internal directive that the agency would outlaw the use of lead in firearms, fishing and hunting by 'December 31, 2010 or sooner.' ..."

"Reaction from hunting groups after the lead ban was publicly announced was immediate and sharp ..." ...

"Shortly thereafter ... NPS issued a 'Clarification' that steps back from the vow of a ban:" ...
 

KS: Kan. House advances proposed change on gun rights
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A proposed amendment to the Kansas Constitution to guarantee an individual's right to own a firearm is one step from going to a statewide vote.

The House gave first-round approval on a voice vote Wednesday to a resolution containing the proposed change. House members expect to take final action Monday.

If it is adopted then with a two-thirds majority, it will go on the November 2010 general election ballot. The Senate adopted it Tuesday, 39-1.

The state constitution already says: "The people have the right to bear arms for their defense and security."

But a 1905 Kansas Supreme Court decision said it's a collective, not an individual, right. The proposed amendment would give the right to each person.
 

AR: Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe Stands Against Permit Holders
Submitted by: ARCCA
Website: http://www.arkansascca.org

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... "The latest development [on HB1623 The Concealed Carry Privacy bill] is that Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe finally picked a side, I am sad to say that it was not the side of law abiding gun owners."

"This from Today's THV, 'Gov. Mike Beebe says he prefers to keep the list of Arkansans licensed to carry concealed handguns public, but he stopped short of saying he'd veto a bill to make that information secret.'"

"Speaking to reporters Thursday, Beebe said that he prefers to keep the list open under the state's Freedom of Information Act. Beebe would not say he would reject a bill by Rep. Randy Stewart, a Democrat from Kirby, to seal that information from public scrutiny."
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MT: Let's keep Montana's gun laws reasonable; HB228 doesn't do that
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"There has been much recent discussion about the concealed weapon aspect of House Bill 228. But another section of the bill is just as troubling. That is Section 3, which would allow a person to draw his gun in almost any setting without justification."

"... I support gun rights. I strongly believe that the Second Amendment gives[sic] individuals the right to own guns without having to register them with the government. I own a number of those guns myself."

"I hunt. I am pleased with the battle that was recently won for gun rights supporters when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the Washington, D.C., case. ..."

"Bear with me while I also clarify what is already legal in Montana without any permit whatsoever ..." ...
 

TX: Bring-a-gun-to-work bill passes Senate
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"Texans could bring their guns and ammunition to work - as long as it stays in the car or pickup truck - under a bill passed by the Senate on Wednesday. The measure by Sen. Glenn Hegar, R-Katy, would bar employers from having policies that prohibit their employees from storing legal firearms in their locked vehicles ... The measure is intended to protect the rights of the 230,000 Texans who have state permits to carry a concealed weapon."

"Businesses would still be able to prohibit employees from bringing their guns into the office or transporting them in a company vehicle. ... Hegar said several states, including Louisiana and Oklahoma, already have similar laws and have had no incidents as a result. ..." ...
 

IL: House votes down gun control measure
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"For the second time in a year, an attempt to toughen state gun laws fell short of passage in the Illinois House."

"The proposal, which failed on a 55-60 vote Wednesday, aims to close the so-called private-sale loophole." ...

"... Supporters say current law allows guns to get into the hands of criminals who would otherwise not be able to buy firearms." ...

"A majority of lawmakers, however, doubted additional gun laws would stop the violence." ...

"Downstate lawmakers argued that Chicago-area lawmakers are trying to impose stricter gun laws on the rest of the state when the problems of gun violence are primarily limited to within the state's largest city." ...
 

CA: Bill calls for tracking of large-capacity weapon magazines
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"Ammunition magazines with a capacity of 10 rounds or more the kind that Oakland parolee Lovelle Mixon used to kill two of four police officers would fall under a stricter tracking system under legislation proposed Wednesday by two East Bay lawmakers."

"Law enforcement officials currently have few tools to keep the dangerous ammunition devices out of the hands of criminals ..."

"'This horrible tragedy will pinpoint for us some of the holes in our gun laws,' said Hancock, a member of the Senate Public Safety Committee. 'There are a number of lessons from this, and I'm prepared to learn them all. We may need to have a hearing on the status of gun control. I'm very committed to looking at this.'" ...
 

TX: Texas Senate approves bill allowing workers to store guns in cars even on company property (another view)
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Texans who love guns and pickup trucks with equal fervor could soon have the right to keep them together all the way into the company parking garage."

"The Texas Senate gave unanimous approval to legislation Wednesday that would allow people to carry firearms to work and then store them in their parked vehicles outside. Businesses could still keep guns out of their offices and company-owned vehicles."

"But the bill, a top priority of the National Rifle Association, would no longer let employers ban guns in company parking facilities as long as they remain locked up inside an employee's vehicle." ...
 

Double standard for some in law enforcement
Submitted by: Daniel White
Website: http://www.OhioCCW.org

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... "My point in bringing all of this up is not to kick the man while he is down, but to illustrate the double standard that exists in the eyes of the gun control movement. They claim time and time again that only law enforcement officers should be allowed to have guns, yet here is a man who only by luck and shady dealings managed to evade being thrown in jail for his crimes against the community instead using his connections to be elected sheriff. He then became a stain on the office of sheriff in Ohio ..."

"Take any common man with a similar history and the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence would be writing up scathing articles if he were granted a concealed handgun license. ..." ...
 

Why it matters that the Army was on the streets of Samson, Alabama
Submitted by: Larry

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"Now that the Army has conceded that 22 military police soldiers were dispatched from Fort Rucker to Samson, Alabama, in the wake of the horrific mass murder there, local officials are coming out to take responsibility for inviting the military presence and to thank the troops for their assistance. While local reaction to the presence of troops seems overwhelmingly to be one of gratitude, and the small-scale deployment was almost certainly well-intentioned, the actions likely violated federal law. It was also a step in the wrong direction." ...

"The offer of troops and their acceptance seems to be a sincere act of assistance by good neighbors."

"But it's probably illegal." ...
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Pentagon exploring killer robots that can fire on their own
Submitted by: Larry

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"The unmanned bombers that frequently cause unintended civilian casualties in Pakistan are a step toward an even more lethal generation of robotic hunters-killers that operate with limited, if any, human control."

"The Defense Department is financing studies of autonomous, or self-governing, armed robots that could find and destroy targets on their own. On-board computer programs, not flesh-and-blood people, would decide whether to fire their weapons."

"'The trend is clear: Warfare will continue and autonomous robots will ultimately be deployed in its conduct,' Ronald Arkin, a robotics expert at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, wrote in a study commissioned by the Army." ...
 

TX: Police delayed NFL player as relative died
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A Dallas police officer who detained an NFL player in a hospital parking lot despite his pleas that his mother-in-law was dying inside has been placed on administrative leave.

Police Chief David Kunkle said Thursday that Officer Robert Powell will be placed on leave with pay pending an internal investigation over the March 18 incident with Houston Texans running back Ryan Moats.

The officer had pulled over Moats as he and relatives were hurrying to see his dying mother-in-law. Powell drew his gun, threatened the NFL player and held him in the parking lot, officials said. By the time Moats got inside, the woman had died.

Kunkle said the department is "embarrassed and disappointed."
 

IL: Law-abiding people deserve right to carry firearms
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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"During my 23-year law enforcement career, I have developed a good sense of the character and nature of the people who commit violent crimes. With very few exceptions, the perpetrator is not the father who is taking his children to a ballgame. It is not the mother walking into a dark parking lot after a long shift at work. It is not the college student walking home after a study session with friends. Sadly, these persons are often the defenseless victims of violent crimes."

"In Illinois, it is the 'solid citizen' who is precluded from possessing the tool that he or she needs for self and family protection - a firearm ... this misguided and dangerous attitude serves only to empower and embolden the violent thug." ...
 

CA: O.C. Sheriff Sandra Hutchens is revoking concealed weapons permits
Submitted by: jgh
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"Several major GOP power brokers with ties to convicted former Orange County Sheriff Michael S. Carona are about to lose their concealed weapons permits under an order by the new sheriff."

"Those who have received notices of revocation ... include Michael Schroeder, chief political and legal advisor to Carona and a former chairman of the state Republican Party; Adam Probolsky, a GOP pollster; and Stephen Mensinger, a political ally of Carona and business executive for major GOP benefactor ..."

"Schroeder, for one, is fighting back."

"He said his attorney on Wednesday sent a letter to Sheriff's Capt. Dave Nighswonger alleging that Hutchens' 'abrupt and inappropriate attempt to strip the license violates Mr. Schroeder's rights.'" ...
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KABA Note: Really bites to be treated like the hoi polloi doesn't it?
 

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