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School may expel boy in toy gun incident
Submitted by: Tyree White

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The boy, who brought a toy gun to school, was suspended for 3 days and faces expulsion under the state's "zero-tolerance" law. School officials were expected to meet today to discuss the case.

Many federal Web sites track Internet users illegally
Submitted by: Tyree White

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"Dozens of federal Web sites use unauthorized software that tracks Internet users despite policy rules that ban such information-gathering, according to a report to Congress." ~~Are they watching this site?

Conservatism In the Halls of Power
Submitted by: Skypod

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"The Liberals' primary business is controlling people and enterprise through government. As history has shown, this is a very dangerous proposition. ... Case in point; gun control. ... As soon as Democrats and liberal celebrities start their propaganda machine, we should be ready to counterattack. Pull out the FBI figures and start questioning the opposing side." --Dave Corsi

Tucson schools practice double standards
Submitted by: David Morris

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Jim Sheley told school administrators that his band students were talking when they should have been paying attention. "If this were a totalitarian state, I would have them summarily shot," the teacher wrote.

Some of the students' parents filed a police report against the teacher.

Paul Villafuerte, one of the students involved, has since dropped band class, despite having A's in it. That's a double standard, he told television station KVOA: If a student had written such a note, given today's concern about violence and threats on campus, the student would have been punished severely.

Neighbors debate home gun sales request
Submitted by: Skypod

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"Long after the Holland Board of Zoning Appeals had tabled a request for a home gun sales business, a group of neighbors and the applicants stood in the lobby of city hall debating the issue."

~~What DOPES! I wonder if his "neighbors" would be discussing his home business if he was selling used cars or opening up a doctor's office -- two businesses that lead to thousands more deaths per year than firearms do.

Parents want man's gun collection confiscated
Submitted by: Skypod

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At St. Joe, parents are worried enough to call a meeting and ask a police captain to tell them how this could be: How can there be "drug-free zones" to make dealers keep their distance, but no laws to prevent an arsenal from being stockpiled a few feet from where errant balls drift over the fence at school recess?

~~Again, what DOPES! Would they complain if the man was practicing medicine or selling cars? And this man isn't even selling anything!

Elgin Shooter was a Convicted Violent Felon
Submitted by: Ken Bach

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"How did a felon obtain guns that he allegedly used in a crime? ... State Police said they don't have a record of Casteel, a construction truck driver, ever having a state Firearm Owner's Identification Card needed to buy a gun."

~~Because criminals, by definition, don't obey laws!

Police Officer Killed Car Thief
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When the policemen approached, the theif ran and jumped into a stolen car. One officer grabbed the driver's-side door. The theif drove away, dragging the officer, who then shot the theif and fell to the ground.

KABA NOTE: Good for the police! We hope the officer who was dragged will be alright; the article doesn't say.

Feds Respond to Sheriff's ATF Complaint
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Otero County Sheriff John Lee has received response to a letter he wrote to United States Attorney General John Ashcroft: "Your letter ... concerning the conduct of agents ... has been referred to the Public Integrity Section of the Department's Criminal Division. ... We have forwarded your letter to the Office of Inspections of the U.S. Department of the Treasury, for whatever action that office deems appropriate."

KABA NOTE: We will have to wait to find out what that "appropriate action" is.

I have seen an American general and his officers, without pay, and almost without clothes, living on roots and drinking water; and all for LIBERTY! What chance have we against such men! -- young British officer to Colonel Watson describing the American militia rebels in Georgetown, SC [Source: 'Marion, The Life of Gen. Francis Marion' by M. L. Weems, Ch.18]

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