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Gun Owners Send the Government a Message
Submitted by: Anonymous

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One almost can’t avoid a news story today about the recent dramatic increase in firearms and ammunition sales.

The reason for this as told by almost every gun store owner interviewed is that people “fear” that O bama and Congress will ban certain firearms.
 

Guns, Guns, Guns
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
Website: http://hubpages.com/hub/Jacks-World-Famous-Carribean-Meatloaf-Jerk

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Steve Crowder gives a hilarious look at both the gun-control policies of the Obama administration and the intellectual honesty of Michael Moore. The argument on guns is excellent, but the highlight comes when Steve demonstrates how Moore edits his interviews for, er, clarity:

Ed.: Also a must-watch video. :-)
 

AR: Arkansas Doctor Arrested On Weapons Charges
Submitted by: clell

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Agents found five more canisters in a shop attached to Mann's garage, two grenade launchers in a safe in his basement, and 110 fully automatic machine guns valued at more than $1 million located throughout his home. It could not be determined whether 17 of the machine guns were legally registered to Mann, the affidavit states.
 

Alternate Names for the “Assault Weapons” Ban
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
Website: http://hubpages.com/hub/Would-a-gun-on-the-planes-have-made-a-difference-on-911

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Since actual assault weapons are already regulated and very hard for a civilian to own in America (to the point they’re pretty much never used in a crime), I had thought the act to ban random semi-autos needed a more accurate name than the “Assault Weapons Ban”. Here’s some more ideas...
 

AR: Concealed Carry Privacy Bill passes House 98-1
Submitted by: ARCCA
Website: http://www.arkansascca.org/blog/index.php

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House Bill 1623 came up for a House vote this morning and was passed almost unanimously, 98-1 and one no show. Rep. Lindsley Smith was the only "no" vote, the same one that voted against it in Committee.

This is an overwhelming majority and should tell others that the House believes that the names of concealed carry permit holders have a reasonable expectation of privacy and irresponsible publication's "right to know" ends where our right to privacy begins.

Now the Bill will go to the Senate Judiciary Committee.


 

Democrats have not taken gun control off the table
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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So, Associated Press writer Jim Abrams ("Democrats Show Little Appetite for Gun Gontrol," News Chief, March 4) thinks we have nothing to fear from Obama-Pelosi-Reid on the gun-control front? Is he that stupid, or does he think we're that stupid?
 

UK: Knife thug gets at least 20 years for murdering Harry Potter actor and wounding his friends
Submitted by: John Fansler

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Two days later he was said to have threatened a man with a knife in a row over drugs. Police were informed but they failed to act.
... 'He truly believes his son could still be alive if the police had done their job properly.'
 

DC: Breaking News - D.C. Residents Have 2nd Amendment Rights
Submitted by: Opposing Views
Website: http://www.opposingviews.com/articles/opinion-breaking-news-dc-residents-have-2nd-amendment-rights

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For the first time in American history, residents of the District of Columbia could get the right to have a voting member in the U.S. House of Representatives. Unfortunately, the NRA is holding that bill hostage with a killer amendment that would strip the District's elected officials of their ability to regulate the ownership and sale of guns to protect the public.

How do they justify robbing DC residents of the right to make their own gun laws as the price for finally giving them the right to a voting member in Congress? According to the NRA's top lobbyist Chris Cox, it is "to restore the Second Amendment rights to lawful residents of the District of Columbia."
 

MD: Stunning video shows officers beating man
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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See video.

Ed.: Must be nice to commit violent felonies and get a *paid* vacation.
 

AL: Opelika victim shoots robber in buttocks
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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An Opelika man approached by a gunman demanding money Thursday night took matters into his own hands by drawing his own weapon and shooting the robber, police said.

The report states the robbery took place at 11:46 p.m. in the 1000 block of York Avenue, Opelika police Capt. Allan Elkins said. The victim shot the robber in the buttocks, Elkins said.

The injured robber was transported to East Alabama Medical Center, where he is being treated and detained, Elkins said. As of Friday morning, no arrest had been made, Elkins said.
 

IN: Police: Father shot son in self-defense
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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Investigators believe that a Noblesville man shot his son Thursday morning in self defense and have filed charges against the son.
Duane Baber, 44, will be charged with burglary and criminal confinement charges, according to Vicky Dunbar, Hamilton County Sheriff’s deputy. Roy Baber, 69, is not facing charges...

The son held his father at gunpoint, but the elder Baber was able to go to a bedroom, where he had a 32 caliber pistol in the nightstand. Fearing for his life, Dunbar said, Duane Baber took the gun to defend himself.
Duane Baber went at his father with the knife, and Roy Baber shot the younger man in the leg. Duane Baber then went after his father again with the knife and was shot a second time.
 

FL: Deputies: Man shot, killed burglary suspect in self-defense
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Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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A deadly shooting in an Orange County neighborhood was determined to be self-defense, according to information released this morning.

Investigators say the shooter, 35-year-old Willie Busby, was cooperative during the investigation and was acting in self-defense when he shot a man on his mother's property Thursday afternoon...

Deputies...found 22-year-old Robert Howard dead. An arrest warrant had recently been issued for Howard's arrest in connection to an armed burglary case. Howard is alleged to have stolen an AK-47 assault rifle, an AR-15 assault rifle, a .45 caliber semi-automatic handgun and two shotguns...
Howard has a long criminal history...His most recent arrest was in November for trespassing.
 

How Much Ammo Do You Need?
Submitted by: Anonymous

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First, several questions need to be asked.

1. Exactly what are you storing it for? For the Survivalist, it is food gathering (hunting) and home or self-defense.

2. How long will the situation causing the need last? Let’s assume TSHTF and commonsense says it will be 5 years. So for a baseline let’s use a five (5) year SHTF time frame.

3. Could buying and storing ammo be a legitimate investment like gold? Yes and very likely as a barter item for stuff you may need and can’t buy. In my case yes, it has because most was bought 8-10 years ago when .223’s were $125/1,000.
 

Hostility on college campuses against Second Amendment threatens First
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College and university campuses are supposed to be bastions of learning and the expression of different ideas, but when it comes to the Second Amendment, the door to the ivory tower is evidently closed.
 

New Black Panthers Demonstrate Responsible Gun Use?
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.examiner.com/x-1417-Gun-Rights-Examiner

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"Fifty men with guns exercised their rights, and the state was afraid to do anything about it."
 

CO: Keep them guessing
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"A large part of the reason most folks decide to carry a gun is personal protection. After that, they want to protect their family. Beyond that, they would really have to evaluate the situation before they would intervene. Did you know that by carrying a gun you help strangers everyday? Economists call it the substitution effect. When the possible number of people carrying a gun goes up, the criminals can't know who is carrying and who isn't. They sense that their job risk has gone up and they shift from confrontational crimes like robbery, murder, and rape to safer ones like car theft and burglary. ...
 

DC: NRA Notches Victory After House Postpones District Voting Rights Bill
Submitted by: RPA-PAC
Website: http://www.rpa-pac.org

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The National Rifle Association’s push to roll back the District of Columbia’s semi-automatic weapons ban has halted momentum for giving a full House voting member to Washington, less than a week after backers celebrated what they called a “historic” Senate vote.
 

'Shoot first' legislation and the concept of fair play
Submitted by: Daniel White
Website: http://www.OhioCCW.org

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The gun grabbers always try to tag any legislation or policy favoring guns with a scary label. "Assault weapons," "gun show loophole," "hidden guns," and now "shoot first legislation."
 

DC: The Gun Lobby Outvotes D.C.
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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The measure to at long last allow District of Columbia residents a voting member in the House has run afoul of the gun lobby that is determined to deny Washington another fundamental right: to regulate firearms...
The gun lobby’s malevolence now extends to the House, where Democratic leaders suddenly pulled back a clean bill. The leadership is agonizing, trying to convince Democrats from pro-gun districts to resist gun lobby pressure for the dangerous amendment. “This is Democratic members doing something to kill a basic civil rights bill,” Eleanor Holmes Norton, the city’s nonvoting House delegate, complained to The Hill newspaper...
Speaker Nancy Pelosi is in a political bind that calls for true leadership...
 

LA: Woman Shoots Home Invader
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VILLE PLATTE -- Ville Platte Police detectives are investigating an incident in which a woman killed a man who she said took her boyfriend hostage and invaded her home.

The woman, Nedra Gallow, said she shot 19-year-old Antonio Thompson twice in self-defense after he broke into her home.
 

Ten Common Sense Reasons For Gun Control
Submitted by: jgh
Website: http://secondamendmentfreedom.blogspot.com/

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1. If a student has a concealed permit and a concealed handgun in a classroom where someone intent on killing comes in and starts shooting, someone could get hurt by the student's gun.

2. Shooting firearms contributes to global warming.

3. God forbid that someone could be injured while breaking into your home.

4. Requiring the use of child safety locks for all guns will force gang members to use them when driving around town with guns.

5. The foreheads of all gun owners should be micro stamped for easy identification.

6. If all handguns were fired in one direction at once, the earth's orbit will shift.

7. If too many birds are killed by hunters, all we will have left to eat are clay pigeons...
 

TX: Woman Says 911 Call Got No Answer
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A rural North Texas woman said she dialed 911 repeatedly but got no answer as an intruder roamed her home in the dark.

She said she was awakened one night last month by someone breaking through her back door. She dialed 911 several times from her cell phone but got no answer. Then she called her daughter...

She and her husband arrived at her mother's home and held the intruder at gunpoint while dialing 911 over and over before getting an answer.
 

WA: Ex-Sergeant's son charged with 1st degree burglary.
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Prosecutors charged Lusher with first-degree burglary and second-degree assault. He also faces an illegal gun possession charge because he lost his right to possess a firearm following an earlier conviction on felony drug possession charges.

At the time, Lusher was wearing sheriff's office garb apparently issued to his father, a retired sergeant with the department.

In court documents, investigators assert that Lusher broke down the door with the butt of his rifle before accosting a woman living in the home. Police claim Lusher later admitted to officers he was looking for marijuana stolen from a friend of his.

After searching the North 138th Street home for several minutes, Lusher moved to leave, but the woman blocked him.
 

WA: PDF: Man impersonating cop charged Thursday
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A Seattle man arrested this week wearing a King County Sheriff's Office-issued jumpsuit and bullet-resistant vest was charged Thursday in an attempted drug robbery.

Police said Jason M. Lusher, 38, forced his way into a North Seattle home early Tuesday morning while armed with an AK-47-style assault rifle. At the time, Lusher was wearing Sheriff's Office garb apparently issued to his father, a retired sergeant with the department.

Lusher has a long criminal history that includes guilty pleas for negligent driving, obstructing a police officer and assault, court records show.

In his most recent Seattle Municipal Court case, the 38-year-old Seattle man pleaded guilty to obstructing a police officer. The case was filed in September
 

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