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Larry Pratt: Why The Instant Background Check Is A Bad Idea (BFA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Congress has legislation before it to expand the Instant Background Check, aka the Brady Law."

"Rather than expand the program, it should be abolished."

"Since the background check is mostly defended on its value in supposedly 'keeping guns out of the wrong hands,' let's consider that idea."

"If we were to do away with the Instant Background Check, the question is frequently asked, how would we keep guns out of the wrong hands. The answer is, we would be as successful without the check as with it. How do we know?"

"The Centers for Disease Control, an anti-gun federal agency, has examined several studies that focused on guns and crime. Their conclusion? They found that there is no impact from gun control laws, including the Brady Law, on crime." ...
 

Banning the guns (or the iPods) can't replace common sense (BFA)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In this latest example of the nanny state mentality comes a ridiculous story. New York State Senator Carl Kruger has proposed banning iPods and the use of other electronics at crosswalks. The reasoning behind this feel-good legislation is the claim that pedestrians are increasingly distracted by iPods, cell phones and Blackberries, allegedly resulting in a rise in traffic accidents. Although Kruger did not produce any statistics, he cited a recent death of a 23 year-old Brooklyn man who, while listening to an iPod walked into the path of a bus." ...

"If we agree that stupidity cannot be cured by legislation, then we must ask ourselves what might be the real reason behind this kind of law?" ...
 

Hoplophobia: "Crazy Is As Crazy Does."
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://waronguns.blogspot.com/

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... "... But I do know this for sure: this country and all her people, including the hoplophobic nitwit housewives of Littleton, Colorado, owe their freedom from before the Founding up through today to brave men with scary guns like Petty Officer 2nd Class Danny Dietz Jr."

"And I'll tell you something else I know for sure. In the practical, common sense corner of the universe that I inhabit, and in my own modest opinion, regardless of where such loonies get their fear of firearms and whether it's treatable or not, I know this with absolute certainty: THESE PEOPLE ARE NUTS!"
 

As National Rifle Association Meets in St. Louis, MO, This Week, New Comprehensive Survey Reveals That Gun Ownership Has Declined Dramatically Over Past 35 Years
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Contrary to public claims by the gun industry and the gun lobby, firearms ownership has declined dramatically over the past 35 years according to new survey data from the General Social Survey (GSS) ... Except for the U.S. Census, the GSS is the most frequently analyzed source of information in the social sciences and is the only survey that has tracked the opinions of Americans over an extended period of time. The NORC data comes out the same week that the National Rifle Association (NRA) begins its annual convention this Thursday in St. Louis, MO."

"The NORC data shows that during the period 1972 to 2006, the percentage of American households that reported having any guns in the home has dropped nearly 20 percentage points: from a high of 54 percent in 1977 to 34.5 percent in 2006. ..." ...
 

Midwest Police Chiefs Gather in Chicago to Fight Gun Violence
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Law enforcement leaders from across the Midwest gathered today in Chicago for the first-ever Great Lakes Summit on Firearm Violence. Armed with first-hand accounts of the devastation guns have wreaked on their communities and their police officers, law enforcement leaders, elected officials, healthcare professionals, and others are working to turn the tide on gun violence."

"Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, and IACP President Chief Joseph Carter addressed the summit ... Top law enforcement officials, including police chiefs, district attorneys, and attorneys general, developed strategies to address firearms trafficking, domestic violence, firearm suicide, drug markets, gangs, and officer safety." ...
 

DC: Poll Center: The Legality of D.C.'s Handgun Ban
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"SO IS THE DISTRICT'S longtime ban on handguns at odds with the Second Amendment? Yesterday at federal court in Judiciary Square, D.C. Mayor Adrian Fenty and other District officials showed up to appeal last month's ruling that the ban violates the Constitution." ...

"For today's Poll Center question, we ask: Should handguns be banned in Washington, D.C.? Go vote (and comment) here and see how your fellow commuters weighed in station by station, line by line."
 

DC: Arrogant ideology trumping reality in Washington, D.C. and United States, notes American gun law expert
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Washington, D.C. Mayor Adrian M. Fenty is upset with a federal appellate court's 2-1 decision declaring his city's handgun ban unconstitutional as a violation of the individual Second Amendment civil right of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms."

"In announcing the District of Columbia’s request this week that the full appellate court rehear the case, Fenty dismissed Senior Judge Laurence H. Silberman's reasoned 58-page decision with the flip comment that 'more guns simply lead to more violence.'"

"This self-righteous 'don’t confuse me with the facts' arrogance on the part of a public official is most troubling. It ignores the facts, including some historic District of Columbia facts." ...
 

DC: What a handgun ban didn't do for D.C.
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"Shortly before 3 a.m. last Monday, 41-year-old Vincent White ... was shot multiple times and killed on a street in the southeast section of Washington. It was the District of Columbia's 40th homicide of the year."

"Three weeks earlier, a federal appeals court ruled the district's 30-year ban on keeping handguns in ..."

"There was no cause and effect. The handgun ban remains law pending appeal ..."

"But every new shooting in the nation's capital reminds gun-control advocates what's at stake."

"'We've had this law on the books for a long time,' said Linda Singer, the district's acting attorney general, who is handling the appeal. 'I believe if that law wasn't here, there would have been more guns and more gun violence.'" ...
 

DC: D.C. Gun Ban Back In Court
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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The District of Columbia is asking a U.S. appeals court to strike down a lower court ruling that its ban on handguns is unconstitutional.

District Mayor Adrian Fenty, a Democrat, the district's attorney general and police chief appeared in court Monday to petition the ruling, The Washington Post reported.

Last month, in a 2-1 ruling, judges said the ban contravenes the Second Amendment, which says: a "well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed."

For decades, the District of Columbia has prohibited private citizens from owning handguns and limited ownership and use of rifles and shotguns.
 

OR: Home owner chases burglars off with pistol
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"An East Multnomah County man faced with at least two burglars in his home turned the tables on them by grabbing his own gun and opening fire while chasing one of them down the street."

"But it wasn't a bullet that stopped the one suspect who didn't get away – an asthma attack tripped him up." ...

"Newsome and one to four other suspects allegedly forced their way into the home of a 21-year-old man ... Once inside, the suspects – at least one of whom was armed with a handgun – confronted the victim. A ... struggle ensued between Newsome and the victim, during which the victim managed to get his own gun, a .45-caliber semiautomatic pistol."

"With that, the suspects fled the scene with the victim chasing after them." ...
 

MN: Self-defense, self-protection
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"By using car keys or a pen from your purse to aim directly at an eye, or arm pit of an attacker women can protect themselves in this day of violence in the cities or even smaller towns."

"The evening of Sunday, March 18, 20 women attended a meeting on ways to fend off an attacker. The two hour workshop held at the Sauk Centre Taekwondo Academy under instructor Josh Waltzing who first explained techniques of defense followed by hands-on demonstrations, working one-against-one with a partner. Waltzing is in his sixth year of instruction, three and a half at his studio on Main Street in Sauk Centre." ...
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Submitter's Note: I agree with Oleg Volk.
 

IL: 2 Chicago High School Injured by Gun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A high school student passed a handgun to a classmate inside a Chicago classroom Tuesday when it accidentally discharged, striking both in the leg, police said."

"The two teens were taken to hospital in 'critical/serious' condition ..."

"The boys were sitting in the back of a science classroom at the Chicago Vocational Career Academy on the city's South Side around 2:15 p.m. when one boy passed it to the other and the gun discharged, said Robert Lopez, an assistant deputy police superintendent."

"One was struck in the thigh and the other near the knee, Lopez said."

"The teen who brought the 9 mm pistol to school panicked, ran outside the building and dumped the gun near the front of the building, Lopez said." ...
 

CO: Third DU student is robbed
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Freshman Jenny Lee was looking for a parking space ... As she drove up and down the aisles to find a spot, she noticed a man and a woman walking nearby. She paid no attention to them and was happy that there was an empty spot ahead. ..."

"She got out of the car and went around to the passenger side to retrieve her backpack. That's when she noticed that the man she had seen with the woman was walking straight at her, but now he had a bandana tied around his mouth." ...

"'Drop your keys, bitch!' There was no mistaking what he was saying this time."

"That's when Lee saw the black barrel of a handgun in his hand. The pistol was pointed at her midsection. She dropped her keys." ...
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Submitter's Note: Good thing DU policy says "The University takes a strong and unequivocal position against ... carrying weapons onto University property ..."
 

Will you be Mitt Romney's cheap date?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Gun owners have been learning a great deal in recent weeks about the anti-gun record of former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani ... Less attention has been given to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. But gun owners will ignore Romney at their own peril." ...

"While Romney tries to figure out what the meaning of 'hunter' really is, consider that the now-NRA life member ('Bowling for Columbine's' Michael Moore also can make that claim) supported the Clinton Gun Ban in 1994, telling the Boston Herald, 'That's not going to make me the hero of the NRA. I don't line up with a lot of special interest groups.'"

"As recently as 2002, Romney signed into law what is described as 'one of the toughest assault weapons laws in the country.'" ...
 

IL: Barrett: Feds should slow flow of guns (6th story)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"In a speech delivered in Chicago, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett said today that it was time for the federal government to revive its role in 'hometown security' by helping crack down on the flow of illegal guns to the streets of the nation's cities."

"Barrett spoke at the Great Lakes Gun Summit, sponsored by the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Joyce Foundation. ... " ...

"'Let me be clear - if you are a hunter or a sportsman, I don't want your gun,' Barrett said. 'This is not about the Second Amendment. This is about saving young lives and futures in cities like Milwaukee.'"
 

NY: Mike's school war blast: UFT= NRA
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Bolstered by a vote of confidence from 100 civic leaders, Mayor Bloomberg yesterday took aim at what he called "special interests" trying to derail his education reforms, and compared the tactics of the teachers union to those of gun lobbyists." ...

"Casting his critics as 'selfish' and small in numbers, Bloomberg suggested their message, however misleading, was gaining traction."

"'You always do have the problem of a very small group of people who are single-issue focused having disproportionate percentage of power. That's exactly the NRA,' Bloomberg said, referring to the National Rifle Association." ...
 

NY: Blazin' Bloomberg - Mike fires salvo at school policy foes, comparing them with NRA fanatics
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"Mayor Bloomberg is sick and tired of getting flak for how he's handled the takeover of city schools - suggesting his critics are no better than the rabidly pro-gun NRA."

"Bloomberg said his detractors, including the teachers union, are merely a 'small chorus' that supports the status quo for its own self-interest, just like the National Rifle Association."

"'You always do have the problem of a very small group of people who are single-issue focused having a disproportionate percentage of power,' he said. 'That's exactly the NRA.'" ...
 

OH: Cincinnati tries new way to stop gun violence
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Dr. Victor Garcia's aim is starkly simple: Stop young men from shooting each other."

"The trauma chief and pediatric surgeon at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center has pleaded since the mid-1990s to reverse the rising numbers of young gunshot victims."

"Now, with the Cincinnati City Council's unanimous approval, he gets his chance, as board chairman of a counteroffensive against street violence that's different from anything tried here before." ...
 

NY: Getting it right on guns
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Say this much for Albany Mayor Jerry Jennings and his concern about gun crime. He's as well-intentioned as he is understandably frustrated, even if the gun registry he was proposing last week was ill-conceived and poorly researched to the point of being superfluous."

"And, by week's end, Mr. Jennings was in full and not ungracious retreat, hardly the most common of sights coming out of City Hall. The kind of law he was suggesting is going nowhere. It might even be said that the mayor has learned an invaluable lesson about guns and gun laws that all of his contemporaries should learn, if not under such public, even embarrassing, circumstances. We'd hope so, certainly." ...
 

LA: Grand Isle cop cleared of murder charge
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A Grand Isle police officer accused of shooting and killing another man was found not guilty of the charge against him this afternoon."

"Former police Sgt. Keeland Cheramie was acquitted ... He had been accused of second degree murder in the June 2, 2003, death of Bret Lemoine, 33." ...

"Cheramie said he fired on Lemoine's pick-up truck only after Lemoine drove it toward him at the tail end of a chase ..."

"But prosecutors on Monday presented testimony and evidence gathered by the Sheriff's Office that they say shows Cheramie fired on Lemoine's truck from the side, arguing that the officer was not defending himself when he unloaded nine rounds from his Glock .40-caliber service pistol." ...
 

NY: Troy police are getting new guns
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The Troy Police will switch to a new service revolver [sic] later this spring, Chief Nicholas Kaiser said."

"The city will allocate $45,000 to buy 120 of the nine-shot Sig Sauer P220 pistols, Kaiser said."

"'I wasn't happy with the Smith & Wesson. We found this gun to be the best for our purposes,' Kaiser said. 'The number of rounds is the same. The Sig Sauer has a lot better trigger pull. As a result, it's a lot more accurate.'"

"The Police Department last changed revolvers [sic] about a decade ago, the chief said." ...
 

WI: Sheriff gives himself a ticket
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Brown County Sheriff Dennis Kocken didn't have to write himself a ticket. But he says it was the right thing to do."

"'As sheriff, I'm held to the highest standard in law enforcement. How can I hold officers accountable if I don't hold myself accountable?' he said. 'I'm satisfied I'm doing the right thing.'" [emphsis added]

"Kocken issued himself a ticket March 27 for an unsafe lane change, three weeks after he had rear-ended a suspected speeder after that driver slowed to turn. Neither the deputy who completed the accident report nor the Brown County district attorney's office felt that Kocken deserved a citation." ...
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Submitter's Note: Kudos to a sheriff who gets it!
 

CA: Ban on Lead Sparks Battle
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"If the state Fish and Game Commission likes what it hears Friday, hunters in San Benito County may have to switch from lead to copper bullets to help preserve California's condor population."

"The commission is expected to vote on a proposal would require hunters to use copper bullets when hunting animals such as deer, pigs and coyotes in the California condor corridor, which stretches from Los Angeles to the Bay Area." ...

"But some sportsmen question whether lead bullets really contribute significantly to lead poisoning in condors, and also whether those pushing for the ban on lead bullets are really going after gun-owner rights." ...
 

CA: NRA dinner Saturday, tickets still on sale
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"A limited number of tickets are still available for the 12th annual fund-raiser dinner for the Friends of the National Rifle Association and will be sold at the door, Saturday, April 14 at 5:30 p.m. at the Kerr McGee Center, 100 W. California Ave." ...

"'This is a great event for our community — promoting safe firearms usage and the enjoyment of the shooting sports in the valley,' said event coordinator Judith Rogow. 'The Friends of the NRA has brought over $200,000 into our valley for shooting programs. Every shooting club and range in the valley has received FNRA grants, so you know your money, time and donations are being used wisely.'" ...
 

FL: Survey: Gun freedom edges employer property rights
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Employers should not be allowed to stop employees from bringing firearms to work, even if they are stowed away in a parked car."

"That's the opinion of 52 percent of the 457 responses to the latest Business Pulse Survey, the Tampa Bay Business Journal's weekly, non-scientific online poll designed to provide a snapshot of what readers are thinking."

"The results were close, as 200 people, or 43 percent, said yes, employers should prohibit anything they don't want in the workplace, with 16 people, or 3 percent undecided on the controversial issue - one that garnered a large volume of comments from readers - many sympathetic to gun owners." ...
 

PA: Registry would treat gun owners like criminals
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"If someone told you he had been forced to provide the Pennsylvania State Police with their fingerprints, photograph, Social Security number and a host of other personal information, you'd probably assume they were arrested and charged with a crime."

"Well, that kind of police 'booking' process could be in store for Pennsylvania's roughly 3 million firearms owners if gun-control advocates in Harrisburg have their way." ...

"You can bet your bottom dollar that criminals will not register their guns. In fact, the NRA noted the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that since felons are prohibited from owning firearms, compelling them to register them would violate their Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination." ...
 

VA: NRA honors Lingamfelter with award
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Del. L. Scott Lingamfelter, R-Dale City, is a self-proclaimed defender of the Second Amendment - and the National Rifle Association thinks so too."

"The gun rights organization awarded Lingamfelter a 'Defender of Freedom Award' for his legislative work to defend those issues 'of paramount concern to law abiding gun owners,' said Joel Partridge, legislative liaison for NRA's Institute for Legislative Action."

"'This is an award, while given this year, that was given to him for his tenure of work in the General Assembly,' Partridge said."

"Most recently Lingamfelter penned a bill that protects legal gun dealers from fake straw arms deals that aren't performed by law enforcement officers, Lingamfelter said." ...
 

MO: Gun group promotes safety
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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"The National Rifle Association on Monday warmed up for its national convention here this weekend with an appeal to a key group that doesn't own firearms: Stay away from guns."

"Students at two area elementary schools were the target."

"'Eddie Eagle,' the mascot of the group's 'GunSafe' program, highlighted visits Monday to Gibson Elementary in the Riverview Gardens School District and Cole Elementary in St. Louis. Visits today and Wednesday will include other city schools." ...
 

CO: Air Force names Launi Meili rifle coach
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"The Air Force Academy today named Launi Meili (pronounced LAW-nee MY-lee) head rifle coach. Meili comes to the Academy from Nebraska, where she coached for five years. Meili replaces Lt. Col. Bill Roy, who served an interim coach this season."

"Meili led the Cornhuskers to a No. 2 national ranking this season. The team finished fifth at the NCAA championships in 2007. She has coached 21 All-Americans, an NCAA individual champion and placed seven women on the U.S. Development team. In addition, Meili led Nebraska to a pair of Great American Rifle Conference championships while earning coach of the year honors in 2006." ...
 

Canada: Oshawa looks to ban toy guns
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"Replica handguns may soon be outlawed in Oshawa, a city east of Toronto, in an effort to tackle increasing use of the fake firearms in intimidation and crime, the mayor says."

"City council is expected to approve a bylaw Tuesday evening banning the use or display of imitation guns, including toys that could be mistaken for a firearm and guns adapted to not discharge."

"Oshawa Mayor John Gray said imitation guns are being used by criminals and children trying to scare others."

"'It's the fact that these things are dead ringers for the real thing,' Gray told CBC Radio's Metro Morning in an interview Tuesday. 'Why don't we just say that we as a society really don't need this?'" ...
 

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