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Give Zero Tolerance An 'F'
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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...in addition to searching Bryant's locker, school officials also searched the files of the computer he used at school. There they found that he had visited -- horror of horrors! -- some pro-gun, pro-Second Amendment sites. This information was printed out, says Glink, and presented at Bryant's "expulsion hearing."
 

If Dr. Kellermann Tells You Anything About Guns, Get A Second Opinion
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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Kellermann has said, preposterously, that the evidence questioning Bellesiles' scholarship is "thin and clearly driven by individuals outraged that his book challenges long-cherished beliefs about guns in early American history."

The implication here is obvious: the movers and shakers behind the critiques of Bellesiles are pro-gun people. But, is this true? No, it is not.
 

American Conservative Union Coalition Letter to Senators on Shays-Meehan
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The following is the text of a letter from the American Conservative Union sent, on behalf of a coalition of 56 conservative individuals and groups, urging members of the Senate to vote against the Shays-Meehan Campaign Finance bill.
 

Anti-Tax Group Sounds Off In Washington DC
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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Fuming at the cold treatment a New York-based anti-tax group received from federal officials, the group decided to proceed with its Feb. 27 challenge to the legitimacy of the federal income tax, taking its argument to the nation's capital.

The group, We the People, claims that the IRS does not have the legal authority to force employers to withhold taxes from employee paychecks or to force most Americans to file a return or pay income taxes.
 

Michael A. Bellesiles: Mega Anti-Gun-Nut, Part XXVIII
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Even though he may be the last human being on earth doing it, it's still not exactly a man-bites-dog story to learn that anti-gun junk-scientist Dr. Arthur Kellermann is defending anti-gun junk-historian Michael A. Bellesiles, author of Arming America: The Origins of A National Gun Culture (Knopf, 2000). If ever birds of the same feather have flocked together, it's these two characters."
 

BATF Oversight Hearing Re-cap (NRA-ILA)
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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On Thursday, the House Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on Treasury, Postal Service and General Government held its oversight hearing on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF). In the witness chairs were Under Secretary of the Treasury for Enforcement Jimmy Gurulé and BATF Director Bradley Buckles.

In addition to many other budget and management issues, subcommittee members questioned Buckles on two gun issues...
 

The Real Day of Infamy
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"The day of infamy actually occurred far earlier than September 11. It occurred when airplanes were made gun-free zones. The track record of gun-free zones is— how shall we say this?— less than impressive. Post offices, schools and now, airplanes."
 

Hands-on security or just an excuse to cop a feel?
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"she was taken behind a screen at the airport gate and inappropriately touched by a smirking, non-uniformed man... She said the man slid his hands under her sweater, up to her bra, then down to her hips - just after another female had emerged from behind the screen looking positively stricken."
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We are in a sad state when people allow themselves to be victimized.
 

Congress Not Advised Of Shadow Government
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Bush Calls Security 'Serious Business' -- Key congressional leaders said yesterday the White House did not tell them that President Bush has moved a cadre of senior civilian managers to secret underground sites outside Washington to ensure that the federal government could survive a devastating terrorist attack on the nation's capital.
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THIS IS *NOT* HOW THE GOVERNMENT IS SUPPOSED TO OPERATE.
 

Anti-terrorism law threatens all Americans
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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A 'shroud of secrecy' has cloaked the average American's freedoms, now 'a lot weaker' since the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the United States, the national president of the American Civil Liberties Union said yesterday.

'The USA Patriot Act has so many sweeping provisions that undermine the privacy of everybody in this country, whether they are suspected of any crime at all, let alone a terrorist crime.'
 

FL: 3 living where boy shot charged with negligence
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Three adults living in a Jacksonville home where an 11-year-old accidentally shot his 4-year-old cousin were arrested yesterday for leaving the gun unsecured in the Joos Road residence.

His parents, Troy and Emily Caserotti, and the mother of the 11-year-old, Peggy Amanda Pannell, are charged with felony culpable negligence, Sgt. Don Schoenfeld said. They were being held in the Duval County jail yesterday. If convicted, they could face up to five years in prison.
 

SC: Children face dangers worse than guns
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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second letter on page

"To date, approximately 35,000 concealed-carry permits have been issued by the state. No children have been harmed by the legally carried firearms. Two people have used licensed firearms in an illegal fashion, neither resulting in a fatality.

How many children of this state have died at the hands of a doctor who made a mistake ... been injured in school bus accidents ... been killed by those household cleaners and chemicals ... drowned in family pools?"
 

CDC Offers Prevention-Research Grants ($13M)
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The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is seeking applications for "Community-Based Participatory Prevention Research" grants to "advance the practice of public health and policy in order to promote health and reduce disease, disability, and injury."

Nonprofits, schools, and government agencies are eligible to apply. About $13 million in grants will be awarded this year, with average awards in the $450,000 range.
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Those are YOUR taxes.
 

Baby Boomers Invade Privacy to Protect Kids
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"A new study concludes that Baby Boomers, who grew up in a more liberal, drug-oriented culture, are keeping a closer eye on their own children to protect them from drugs, AIDS, gangs, and school shootings, Reuters reported Feb. 20."
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They have obviously forgotten what they were fighting for back then.
 

'TV Networks Air Few Public Service Announcements'
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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A newly released "study" criticizes television networks for "not airing enough public-service advertisements during prime time."
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Watch - Next will be the government mandate saying how much time must be given to federal brainwashing messages - which of course will have to be first approved by some tax-funded bureau...
 

National Groups Turning to Grassroots for 'Violence-Prevention'
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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The "American Psychological Association" and the "Children's Defense Fund" have recently launched new national violence-prevention programs and in about six weeks the "Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence" expects to have theirs ready.

"It's not us pushing a policy agenda," he said. "It's getting tools into the hands of grassroots activists so they can work on whatever they need to work on."
 

SC: 'Guns in schools'
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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second letter on page

Let's first examine the question posed by Channel 2, "Should people with weapons permits be allowed to carry a hidden gun into schools?"

The question itself is poorly stated to begin with.

It should state, "Should upstanding, responsible, law-abiding citizens, who have taken the responsibility and the constitutional right to carry a concealed weapon who are licensed to do such, be allowed to enter schools as they pick up their children?"
 

PA: Ft. Washington Gun Show Cancelled due to ANTI-GUN BIAS
Submitted by: Chicago Farmer

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Mid Atlantic Arms Collectors: We originally intended to have the show March 16 & 17, but the building owners have returned our deposit check and at this time will not renew our contract saying only, "Current circumstances require that we be more careful with the shows that we permit within the Expo Center."
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Time to get your dialing finger out guys and gals! A nice fax or facts can be found at freerepublic.com/focus/fr/638603/posts?page=21 (see posts 14, 15 and 17).

The Fort Washington Expo Center
phone - 215.641.4500
fax - 215.641.2640
email - info@fortwashingtonexpo.com
http://www.FortWashingtonExpo.com
 

AL: Linden ex-police chief indicted for stealing evidence (guns)
Submitted by: Tammy K.

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A Marengo County grand jury indicted Linden City Councilman and former Police Chief Preston Bowden on second-degree theft charges this week. He stole thousands of dollars’ worth of guns from the Linden Police Department evidence room.
 

FBI agent stops wrong car, shoots driver in face
Submitted by: Jim Sr.

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"FBI agents searching for an armed bank robber pulled over the wrong car last night on Fort Smallwood Road in Pasadena and shot a man in the face who had no connection to the crime."

The FBI agent used a M-4 assault rifle.
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I travel in this area. I am always looking out for potholes. Now I need to watch out for FBI agents?
 

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