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Arming Society
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Jim had taken note of Jacob Halbrooks' stated goal to purchase at least one firearm per year. An annual firearm purchase, after expressing a political viewpoint based on non-violence, was a little contradictory, in his view. Not bothering to correct him on the whole "initiation of force" point, I set out to lay down my own take on being armed..."
 

Concentration
Submitted by: T.E.Slusser

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"As freedom lovers we see our freedoms go down the drain a drop at a time until there is a flood. Our actions though effective at times are too diffuse, and too impersonal. Our enemies do not fear us on a personal level so they feel free to ignore us. Even when bad policies are reversed the perpetrators get away to harm us another day."

"So let's make it personal."
 

Campaign Finance 'Reform'?
Submitted by: J. R. Miller

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"The day after Congress passed it, the Post's lead editorial celebrated the bill, which includes restrictions on political advocacy by organizations like the National Rifle Association, which has 4.2 million members. Indeed, a number of senators and members of Congress cited the NRA as an organization whose advocacy they sought to inhibit."
 

Satire: GunFree Camps™
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Do you wish that the government would just repeal the Second Amendment and confiscate all the guns, since sensible people shouldn't have to suffer because of an antiquated "right"?"

"While we can't take the guns out of society, we can take the society away from the guns. At GunFree Camps™, we create a domain of tranquility where you and your family can experience the benefits of a gun-free environment..."
 

U.N.: Sustainable Development
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"In 1974, the U.N. General Assembly called for the United Nations Environment Programme, the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources – now called the World Conservation Union, and the World Wildlife Fund – to "develop guidelines to help governments in the management of their living resources through the formulation of a world conservation strategy."
 

WV: Lawsuit Filed to Ban Hunting on Sunday
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"In 2001, West Virginia ... legislature approved a measure to permit Sunday hunting. Now ... The West Virginia Farm Bureau has asked a court to overturn the law. It claims that legislators were misled by last year’s bill. Those who did not read the bill closely were under the impression that an amendment to the bill would require counties to individually approve Sunday hunting by referendum. In fact, the amendment permits Sunday hunting unless a county prohibits it through a countywide vote."
 

OH: Sunday Hunting Bill Passes House
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"House Bill 493, sponsored by Representative Bob Latta (R-Bowling Green), passed the Ohio House of Representatives by a vote of 91-2. The bill would remove all private land restrictions during hunting season."
 

Kentucky State Militia (KSM): No Declaration of War
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"some rogue elements of KSM issued a bogus "declaration of war" against members of the BATF. They claimed in this statement that there was a command staff meeting that drew up this statement. ... None of the real, elected KSM command staff were present at, or aware of, the meeting ... We do not know who is ordering these statements to be issued, but they are not KSM command."

"Kentucky State Militia does NOT support this illegal action."
 

AZ: Liz Michael for United States Senator!
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"In too many elections, the voters don't have a choice, because liberty is not on the ballot. Well, in 2004, liberty SHALL be on the ballot. I urge all Arizonans to support me, regardless of party affiliation. After all, there are really only two parties, Patriots and Traitors. Right now, Traitors are in solid control of the Congress. I would like to do my small part to change that."

http://www.LizMichael.org
 

CO: Gun lobbyist draws fire over political fund-raising letter
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"A former Fort Collins mayor has filed a complaint against gun lobbyist Dudley Brown for soliciting contributions for congressional candidate Marilyn Musgrave while the Colorado legislature is in sssion."

"Brown, executive director of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, rejected the complaint as a "frivolous" campaign tactic. He insisted that the law deals only with state offices and not those running for congressional seats."
 

For retail, night-shift workers, risk of violence shadows the job
Submitted by: Jerry Rowe

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"Few Americans would risk their lives for $7.50 to $10 an hour, but hundreds of thousands of workers do so every night when they go on duty at all-night diners, service stations and convenience stores."

"Industry experts warn that the retail industry, as a whole, is short-changing its employees by providing inadequate security and training."

KABA NOTE: No mention of armed citizens.
 

Personal Protection: A Right and Need
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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The justice system does not save you; you have to be responsible for yourself.

story#2 (Arrested DMV workers tied to counterfeiting): "White has been charged in Richland County with forcing his way into homes and shooting and torturing his victims. Police have not arrested him."

story#3 (Man out on bail charged with rape, murder): "A man free on bail on a previous rape charge has been charged with raping and killing a 71-year-old woman in her home."
 

AZ: State employee can't bring gun to work (followup)
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Shannon Flynn, an Arizona Department of Revenue employee, wants the right to carry a handgun to work. She says her father, in prison for molesting her, is the most obvious danger she faces. He could be paroled in six months to two years."

For more info, see UnarmedVictimZone.com

KABA article: AZ Dept. of Revenue Violates the Right to Self-Defense
 

ID: Boise to be test target for Marine snoops
Submitted by: Don Volkema

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So what "terrorists" are our Special Forces training against in our own cities, the Radical Right, the Gun Nuts, or just Christians? Better check with Rather, Brokaw and Jennings to see who the bad guys are this week!

Nice of them to send along a uniform just to calm the citizens. I guess someone forgot to tell the Deputy in paragraph nine!
 

FL: AFL-CIO Snubs Reno; Cites 'Electability' Problem
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"...the latest setback for former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, whose campaign for governor is plagued by questions about whether she can win..."

"In North and North-Central Florida, it's hard to find any demographic where she would have a base simply because of the people that are there. This is still the 'Deep South' and there's a lot of decisions that she made under the Clinton administration regarding things like gun control and issues like that just don't bode well for her."
 

New Awards For 'Republicans in Name Only' (RINO)
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Club For Growth President Stephen Moore said the RINO awards recognize certain Republican office holders around the nation who have advanced what he called "anti-growth, anti-freedom or anti-free market policies."

Winning the 2001 RINO award was TN Gov. Don Sundquist.

The U.S. Senate RINO of the Year award went to John McCain (R/AZ).

Greg Ganske (R/IA) received the U.S. House RINO of the Year award.

Six CA State legislators were awarded the Legislator RINOs of the Year award.
 

Does The Constitution Protect Anonymous Political Speech?
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"The Federalist Papers were written anonymously. I think that's relevant to the argument, and I think it speaks to the spirit and the intent of where our whole country came from," he argued.

"But the "Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act" (BCRA), signed into law by President Bush Wednesday, expands a different view; one upheld by the Supreme Court in the landmark campaign finance case Buckley v. Valeo [424 U.S. 1 (1976)]."
 

PA: Schuylkill assault suspect waives hearing
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Handcuffed, shackled and on his way back to prison from a hearing Tuesday, a Rush Township man said he's not a terrorist but offered no explanation for the cache of weapons police say they found in his home this month."

-- As if having a "cache of weapons" could have no other explanation?

'I'm not a terrorist. I never was a terrorist,' former police officer Edward J. Nesgoda, 34, said after waiving his right to a preliminary hearing before a Schuylkill County district justice."
 

Klamath: Water Flowing Again
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"The water is flowing at Klamath to the over 1,200 farmers that were deprived last year of their irrigation water."

"The United States Senate in the spring of 2001 voted 52 to 48 to deprive the farmers of the water that had been promised to them by two previous United States presidents. The environmental organizations got all the Democratic senators to vote against the farmers."
 

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