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Armed Americans could turn tide of border war
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. . . "Americans are set to lose another war, too, if Washington's ruling elite doesn't collectively grow a spine. Only this war isn't being fought 10,000 miles away. This war is being waged along the U.S. southwest border, and the ramifications of losing it are extreme."

"Granted, it's not the kind of traditional war, where armies face off against each other across a battlefield. But it is just as deadly, and it is growing in intensity year by year."

"This war is being fought between ordinary Americans living in these border regions and elements of Mexican police, military, drug lords and human smugglers—the latter group literally invading our country at will because there is no serious effort to stop them." ...
 

Volokh: Can public housing residents be denied the right to keep and bear arms?
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"A week ago, in Lincoln Park Housing Comm'n v. Andrew, the Michigan Court of Appeals held that a public housing agency may bar its tenants from possessing guns. The public housing agency, though, is governed by the Michigan Constitution of 1963, article 1, section 6 of which says 'Every person has a right to keep and bear arms for the defense of himself and the state.' "

"The court dealt with the right to keep and bear arms by reasoning that:" ...
 

Supreme Court OKs Gas Tank Border Searches
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"The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday that government agents can search and even dismantle a car's gas tank as part of drug and other smuggling interdiction at the nation's borders."

"Border officers can randomly search gas tanks, despite the absence of specific indication that a particular car is suspect, the high court said. People crossing the border have less expectation of privacy than elsewhere, and searching the inner reaches of a car is not the same thing as a strip search or other intrusive search of the driver, Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist wrote for the court." ...

"A federal appeals court in California had said that officers can visually inspect gas tanks, but not dismantle them unless they have reason to suspect wrongdoing."
 

When police can search your glove box
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"In terms of personal privacy, a man's home is his castle."

"It is a bedrock principle of the Fourth Amendment that law-enforcement officers may not intrude into someone's house without the authorization of a judge."

"But what about a car? Do Americans have the same right to privacy when they take to the nation's roads and highways?"

"Not even close, say legal experts."

" 'When you are in a car, you are fair game,' says Tracey Maclin, a law professor and Fourth Amendment scholar at Boston University School of Law."

"The limited privacy protections that do exist for cars may shrink even more as a result of a case set for oral argument Wednesday at the US Supreme Court."
 

Government wants to make Internet phone calls wiretap-friendly
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"Washington's appetite for easy surveillance has again put civil liberties on the run."

"The FBI, the DoJ and the DEA have jointly asked the FCC to extend hidebound, phone-company style wiretap capability into new Internet-based phone calls (called 'VoIP' for Voice over Internet Protocol). They argue that leaving the new technology unregulated would make it harder to monitor possible terrorist communications."

"Apart from this new effort to make Internet phone calls wiretap-friendly, the government has instituted controversial and invasive computer-assisted airline passenger screening, escalated e-mail monitoring, and sought the Total Information Awareness data-mining project. Even a national ID card was proposed."
 

Kubby Refuses to Agree to Terms of Probation
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"Today in DEAland people convicted of 'drug crimes' have to express their remorse and be grateful for merely outrageous sentences. Through this obsequy the defendants may also spare their family from prosecution or loss of their homes. By doing this, they confirm the judgment of the state that the use of marijuana is on a moral par with the violations of the rights of others, while the state violates the most basic of human rights. ... Good is called evil and true evil is exalted."
 

Protest against global biometrics database
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"The International Civil Aviation Organisation is a UN-level body that acts on behalf of governments to create international standards for airline navigation, safety and security. The group is currently meeting in Cairo, where it is discussing such issues as the standards for biometric passports and the transfer of airline passenger data."

"A wide range of privacy, human rights and civil liberties organisations are concerned by the global biometric identity system that they say will be created, without debate, by the standards being set by the ICAO – in particular those requiring the use of biometrics and RFID tags."
 

CT: Students Face Expulsion For Gun Incidents
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"Two Connecticut middle school students who allegedly brought guns to school are facing expulsion."

"School Superintendent David Erwin said the two students at Leonard J. Tyl Middle School in Montville are now serving 10-day suspensions. The Board of Education is considering whether to expel the students, which is mandatory under state guidelines in cases involving guns."

"One student allegedly carried a pellet gun to school. Officials said another student showed a handgun and ammunition to other students during a school bus ride home. No one was injured in either case. Erwin said the incidents occurred last week."

"Montville police Sgt. James Powers said police are trying to determine where the students obtained the guns."
 

MI: Boy cited for taking bullets to school
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No, the child didn't have a gun for the bullets.

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"An 11-year-old boy is being petitioned into juvenile court for allegedly bringing live ammunition to Madison Schools and giving it to a 4-year-old boy."

"Three rounds of .32-caliber ammunition were found in the younger boy's possession by a teacher on Monday. School administrators talked to the prekindergarten student and learned he was given the cartridges on a school bus last week, said Madison Township Police Chief Jerry Haensler." ...

"The 11-year-old is being cited into juvenile court for bringing the ammunition to school, Haensler said."

"I would like to remind parents not to let kids bring anything that can be construed as any kind of weapon to school..."
 

OK: Youth finds loaded handgun in bush
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A youngster discovered a loaded handgun under a bush this weekend near the intersection of E Street NW and Palmer. He turned the 25 cal. pistol over to his parents who then called the police.

"We can't tie it to any crime at this time," said Capt. Leroy Johnson of the Ardmore Police Department. "It was weathered and appeared to have been there for some time."

Johnson said should a child find a weapon, he should leave it alone and call for an adult who can secure it and call the police. If the adult is unfamiliar with the weapon, he should not touch it, call the police and stand by until officers arrive.

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Funny, that is what the Eddie Eagle program teaches.
 

WI: UW Madison Campus safety tips
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"At this point, there is no information to suggest that Audrey Seiler's disappearance poses a safety threat to the wider UW-Madison community. However, students, faculty and staff should keep in mind the following safety tips from the UW Police Department:"

"Carry a cell phone and pay attention to road signs and block numbers. Try to know your exact location at all times."

"Walk with a friend whenever possible. Never walk alone at night."

"Use public walkways and avoid shortcuts, especially at night."

"Wear clothing that will allow you maximum mobility if it is necessary to run. Be prepared to drop your valuables (heavy books, packages, etc.), since these can slow you down."

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And remove from office the scum who left you disarmed!
 

FL: Deputy's Gun And Badge Stolen From Vehicle
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"An Orange County deputy's gun and badge were stolen early Monday morning while he ate breakfast at a restaurant in Clermont. Detectives are making this case a top priority because of the danger a gun and badge can pose in the wrong hands."

"After a quick visit to Orange County's cop shop, Corporal Stu Zeller has a new badge and ID holder, but he'd rather have the old ones back."
 

LA: Justice Department clears Shreveport officers in deadly shooting
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"The U.S. Justice Department has cleared Shreveport police officers of any civil rights violations in last year's fatal shooting of an unarmed black man that led to protests and the resignation of the police chief." ...

"Hudspeth, who was black, led police on a high-speed chase, running several traffic lights after officers tried to pull him over on for alleged traffic violations. Hudspeth pulled into a convenience store parking lot, exited his car and struggled with officers, then slipped away and began waving a metal object."

"Officers opened fire, shooting Hudspeth eight times in the back. The object in Hudspeth's hand turned out to be a cellular phone; police said they mistook it for a gun."
 

South Africa: Member of elite, who Sarah Brady thinks should have a monopoly on deadly force, goes on rampage
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"A prison warder on Tuesday shot and injured his wife and mother-in-law before shooting himself in the head, police reported."

"Police spokesperson Inspector Thakeng said Tshediso Mokoena wounded his wife and her mother. A third woman who was also in the house was shot in the abdomen."

"Thakeng said Mokoena took his service pistol to his in-laws, where his wife had been, and demanded to see her. The couple had apparently had problems."

"When the women refused to open the door, Mokoena shot at them through a window, hitting his wife in the leg and her mother in both legs, said Thakeng."

"Police were called and as their vehicle approached, Mokoena shot himself in the head and died on the scene."
 

Turkey: Police brutally beat nine journalists
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"Reporters Without Borders has protested after police beat nine journalists who were covering the crushing of a demonstration against fraud in local elections in south-eastern Diyarbakir. Three journalists needed hospital treatment."

"The journalists, who were beaten with clubs and chains, were only doing their job, said the international press freedom organisation, condemning such practices. It called on interior minister, Abdulkadir Aksu, to do everything possible to identify and punish those who carried out the abuses."

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But police should be the only ones armed, because they would never use their power to deprive people of their rights, would they, Sarah?
 

AK: House nixes bid to arm child-support workers
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"A proposal to allow child-support workers who investigate 'deadbeat' parents to carry weapons was rejected by the state House on Monday."

"Investigators with the state Child Support Enforcement Division already have limited police powers and at times wear bulletproof vests, supporters said."

" 'We are sending them into very high-risk situations,' said Rep. Eric Croft, D-Anchorage. 'I think it is inappropriate to say you can't have a weapon, even for defense.' "

"The Alaska Legislature has a 'pro-gun' reputation and approved a bill last year to allow Alaskans to carry concealed weapons without a permit."
 

IL: Self-defense bill is common sense
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"While Blagojevich supports lowering the FOID card age, he will not sign legislation that would broaden protections for gun owners who shoot home invaders."

"The proposal, House Bill 4075, would allow gun owners to use protection of family and home as a defense in cases where they shoot an intruder. ..."

"Ottenhoff said the proposal would allow citizens to break local gun laws and open the door to conceal-and-carry permits in Illinois." ...

"Rep. John Bradley, D-Marion, said the proposal would not take away a local government's ability to charge people who violated the law."
 

MI: Double cheese: Pizza shop robbed twice in night
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"A store manager discovered after midnight that money in the restaurant's tills had been cleaned out."

"After reporting the break-in to police, owner Mitch Degele was still worried. He suspected a former employee and he thought the thief might return for the safe."

"So, Degele went home got his pillow, blanket and gun and returned to the restaurant to keep his money under lock, stock and gun barrel." ...

"The accused is an employee's roommate who overheard talk of the first robbery and apparently thought it was a good idea to go back for the safe, said Degele, who did not fire his gun."
 

MI: McDonald's staff escapes robber
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KABA NOTE: Apparently McDonald's doesn't allow its employees to carry weapons on its premises. Had these people been executed in the cooler and shot execution-style, McDonalds would be morally responsible for their deaths.

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"A lone robber who held up a McDonald's restaurant shortly after 6 a.m. today attempted to force employees into the walk-in cooler before leaving with cash, according to Norton Shores police."

"The suspect had his hand in his pocket, implying he had a gun, when he confronted employees at the restaurant at 1831 W. Sherman, police said."
 

TX: Renter Fires Gun During Alleged Home Invasion
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A woman and her husband were arrested and put behind bars early Tuesday morning after an alleged early morning home invasion failed in northwest Houston.

Investigators said the couple, along with four other men, forced their way into a northwest Houston apartment around 1 a.m. Tuesday and ransacked the apartment.

The renter told officials the intruders demanded money and drugs.

Officials told News2Houston the homeowner grabbed a gun and fired shots, causing the home invaders to run away.

Houston police said no one was hit by the gunfire and no injuries were reported.

Officers caught up with the woman and her husband down the street. They were arrested and put in jail.

The four other men escaped.
 

AL: Governor Promotes Gun Safety
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The gun safety program is on Governor Riley's agenda. He will join U.S. attorney Leura Canary to announce the distribution of gun safety kits throughout the state.

Monday, Governor Riley stopped briefly in Huntsville. He talked about the legislative session which is halfway over.

The governor says he's not pleased legislators haven't passed accountability measures. With another state budget short-fall this year, Governor Riley urged legislators to act now.

"Not a one has passed - nothing. We're back to the same old situation we've been in the last 20 or 30 years."

Governor Riley also made stops in Birmingham, Mobile and Montgomery.
 

FL: Gun Safety Activist Enters Florida House Race
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"Arthur Hayhoe, a longtime gun-safety activist, has announced that he would challenge state Rep. Ken Littlefield (R-Dade City) this fall because of two controversial gun bills that Littlefield co-sponsored, the St. Petersburg Times reported March 25."

"Hayhoe, a Democrat, decided to enter the race after Littlefield co-sponsored bills that would protect gun ranges with lead and arsenic pollution from lawsuits from state environmental agencies, and prevent the state from creating a list of gun owners from gun-sale records."

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Just remember: gun banners are now called "gun safety advocates."
 

FL: Being Prudent About Guns
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"Our elected Florida legislators may be a bit gullible, but they're not stupid. Yes, they are willing to authorize stiff fines (of as much as $5 million) on police officers who commit the 'crime' of keeping a list of gun owners."

"And they are willing to make it a crime for state environmental regulators to try to force gun ranges to clean up lead pollution."

"But they're too smart to want armed constituents actually walking around in their midst.

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Yeah, because God forbid the people who gave these petty tyrants these power in the first place be "allowed" to exercise their Second Amendment rights in their cowardly presence!
 

IL: Gov once backed bill letting retired cops carry guns
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"As a congressman, Gov. Blagojevich supported a gun measure similar to a General Assembly bill he promised last weekend to veto."

"The legislation the governor vowed to veto allows retired police officers and former military police to carry concealed weapons. A Blagojevich spokeswoman said the measure he supported in 1999 was acceptably narrow because it only applied to retired cops."

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In other words, Blagojevich is a gun bigot and a tyrant, who supports disarming the populace, while creating an "elite" class of privileged citizens who are allowed the privilege of exercising their Second Amendment rights simply by virtue of having, or once having had, a badge.

 

KS: Police department adds Taser weapons
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"Under pressure to prevent suspect deaths, Kansas City, Kan., police have unveiled a shocking new weapon."

"Patrol vehicles and special units are being equipped with Taser International's X-26 stun gun, a weapon designed to incapacitate suspects using a 50,000 volt charge."

"Chief Ron Miller demonstrated the conductive energy weapon to Unified Government commissioners and staff during a meeting Thursday night at City Hall."
 

KY: Bill bars zoning limits on makers, dealers
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"The House passed a bill yesterday exempting gun dealers and manufacturers from most zoning regulations directed at them, after defeating efforts to preserve such regulations in Jefferson County."

"The House included an amendment allowing zoning boards to regulate the exterior appearance of firearms businesses in residential areas, and to limit their location according to the number of employees they have."

"The measure, Senate Bill 95, passed 77-17 and returned to the Senate for consideration of the amendment. The bill's sponsor, Sen. Albert Robinson, R-London, said he expected the Senate to pass it and send it to Gov. Ernie Fletcher."
 

LA: BPSO receives gun safety kits
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"The Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Department recently received firearm safety kits through a partnership with Project Childsafe, the nationwide firearms safety education program."

"The safety kits, which include a gun lock, will be available at the Beauregard Parish Sheriff's Department, located at 412 Mayeaux Drive here in DeRidder."

"Project Childsafe, a program developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation will distribute millions of firearm safety kits throughout the country over the next year."
 

MA: Smile, you're on security camera - What would the Sons of Liberty say? Boston's main streets are filled with hidden eyes
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"In an unofficial count last April, two members of the Surveillance Camera Players that opposes the use of surveillance cameras in public places, toured Boston on foot to spot and map cameras they saw installed in public places. Armed with binoculars, the pair led six people on a survey centered in the Financial District that located 128 such surveillance cameras."

"In some quarters, though, the camera eye's quiet spread is raising alarms about privacy."

"Carol Rose, executive director of the ACLU of Massachusetts, says she's concerned about 'mission creep' -- cameras that are set up for one purpose, such as catching traffic scofflaws at an intersection, and are used for another, such as identifying participants in a political rally."
 

MI: Grand Rapids City Commissioners unhappy with U.S. Patriot Act
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Many people aren't happy with parts of the U.S. Patriot Act.

Grand Rapids City Commissioners added their names to the list Tuesday by voting for a measure that puts the city on record as opposing any law discriminating against Arab Americans, Muslim Americans and Americans from South Asia.

Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell is taking issue with provisions of the U.S. Patriot Act. He says it violates civil liberties.

"With the USA Patriot Act, those rights are threatened. We've given them up out of fear and perhaps that fear has passed now. But we want to reclaim those rights," said Mayor Heartwell.

The vote was not unanimous.

Second Ward Commissioner Lynn Rabaut says the city's measure is too broad.
 

MO: Missouri Supreme Court Acts Properly by Rejecting CCW Challenge, Says CCRKBA
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" 'Obviously the Supreme Court saw through this stalling tactic by Missouri anti-gunners,' said CCRKBA Executive Director Joe Waldron. 'Dozens of counties in Missouri are already taking applications for concealed pistol licenses, and it's time that every county in the state get on board with this, because it's the law.' "

" 'Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr. summed it up correctly in his original Feb. 26 opinion when he noted that the state constitution is plain and unambiguous,' Gottlieb added. 'There is no prohibition in the constitution from carrying concealed weapons, and the legislature acted correctly when it passed the statute over Gov. Bob Holden's veto.' "
 

NY: Shootings decline, but guns remain
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"The number of reported shootings inside city limits declined for the third year in a row last year, but law enforcement experts say illegal guns are still pervasive in the Capital Region."

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So let's get this straight. Those "evil, illegal guns" aren't causing death and mayhem?
 

OH: Concealed weapons permit applications now available News Herald reports
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"Applications for concealed weapons permits are available from 8 to 5 p.m. weekdays at the Ottawa County Sheriff's Office. They can be picked up at the office's main desk on the third floor of the Ottawa County Courthouse." ...

"Ohio's concealed weapons law takes effect April 7."

"Under the law, Ohioans age 21 or over who pass a criminal background check and training course will be able to carry guns in their vehicles, pockets and purses. And the law stipulates only sheriff's office can issue the gun permits."
 

OH: Local Gun Advocates Gear Up For New Rules
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"People in Ohio want to can apply for permits to carry concealed weapons can get the permits now and take them to the sheriff's office on April 8."

"It might take a while longer than that to get one, however."

"There are two reasons for that."

"One is that people might not know all of the things they have to do before they can apply for a permit and, two, there's going to be a heavy demand for permits and it's going to create a pile of paperwork for sheriff's departments."
 

OR: Young shooters impress
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"Oregon junior shooters scored big at the 2004 National Junior Olympic Championships, including Shasta Little, a deadeye from Redmond who took first place in her age group in Precision Air Rifle."

"Competition was held during spring break March 13 through 17 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo."

"Little finished fourth overall among all junior women in the 10-meter air-rifle competition, and was the No. 1 shooter in the nation in the event among 15- to 17-year-olds."

"A pair of Salem shooters also finished in the top 20 in the same event, with competition held during two days."
 

Liberal Radio Network Employment Application (Humor)
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"We respect your civil rights and your right to privacy and do not ask you to reveal any personal information. We rely on the honor system to inform us if you are a pervert, terrorist, or carrier of mad-cow disease." ...

"2. You’re at a Peter, Paul & Mary reunion concert when a right-wing militiaman bursts into the hall with an AK-47 and declares that he will hold everyone hostage until the U.S. government admits to war crimes against patriots and agrees to pay one billion dollars in reparations. Do you:

(a) Defuse the situation by asking the audience to join Peter, Paul & Mary in singing 'If I Had a Hammer.'

(b) Confront the militiaman and ask to see his gun permit.

(c) Take up a collection among the audience to pay a token reparation.

Answer: Perhaps none of the above? Instead, why not call a town meeting and have a free and open debate?"
 

War of the Fanatics
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"By being secretive, insular, unilateral, the Bush administration must seem fanatical to the citizens of other countries. By using the Patriot Act to deprive U.S. citizens of their rights, the members of the administration seem like fanatics to their own citizens."

"Could it be that our entire country, not only the Bush Administration, have become fanatics? Ideologues? Is using force our only solution to any problem? That doesn't seem like the American way, at least not the fabled America I was led to believe in as a child."

"I'm all grown up now, and it seems as though fanatics are running things. Perhaps it is time for the rest of the world to stand up and say, 'Enough,' and disarm the fanatics."
 

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