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CA: Assault rifles serve no civilian purpose
Submitted by: Morgan McKay

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"While gun advocates may bristle at this pejorative phrase, the fact is that assault weapons are designed to kill as many people as possible in rapid-fire succession. One hardly needs an AK-47 and a magazine containing as many as 40 rounds to go duck hunting. Even so, the National Rifle Association would have us believe there is no appreciable difference between an AK-47 and a .22-caliber rifle. The NRA is pressuring Congress to allow the assault weapons ban to expire, as scheduled, in September 2004." ...

"Most Americans and numerous law enforcement organizations support the ban. Ditto for trauma-care physicians who treat the victims of such weapons. They and many others can make the commonsense distinction between owning regular firearms and the folly of legalizing weapons whose primary function is to kill and maim indiscriminately."

"The Republican-controlled Congress should follow the president's lead by extending and expanding the assault weapons ban."

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Yeah, what does it matter that it's ineffective, unconstitutional and downright absurd, right?

Here's the email address of the person in charge of the "Letters" section: beth.barber@uniontrib.com
 

CO: Littwin: Where's crowd for concealed-gun permits?
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"I heard there were lines in other sites around the state. And, besides, you don't need to stand in line to get an application if you have a computer and a printer. It could be, too, the small lines had something to do with the fact that you needed an appointment. Or maybe, in these hard times, it was the money. You start with $150 in fees and then add in the mandatory gun-training classes."
 

Bush Tries to Have It Both Ways on Gun Issue
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Suddenly Top Gun is shooting blanks."

"The president says he wants to sign a measure to keep in place the 1994 federal ban on assault weapons. The rapid-firing guns are used in such pursuits as schoolyard massacres and drive-by shootings. Without a new law extending the ban, it will go out of existence next year and the weapons that police officers curse as a threat to themselves and a plague on their communities will circulate again, unfettered."

"George W. Bush, the candidate, was keen on keeping the gun ban. This was a campaign promise the conservative made when he was trying to convince voters he was compassionate. Now Top Gun would leave it all up to Tom DeLay."
 

Author Accuses Media of Intentional Bias Against Guns
Submitted by: Charles S. McMillion

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" 'Suppose you're the director of a news bureau, and you have two stories. In one case, there's a dead body on the ground, a sympathetic person, a victim,' Lott began. 'In the other case, let's say, a woman has brandished a gun, the would-be attacker has run away, no shots are fired, no dead body on the ground, no crime actually committed.' "

" 'I think virtually anybody who would look at that would find the first news story to be considered a lot more newsworthy than the second,' he continued."

"The research Lott conducted appears to support this thesis. In an examination of New York Times stories from 2001, Lott found 104 articles related to the use of guns by criminals, totaling 50,745 words. He excluded court case coverage, crimes committed with bb or pellet guns, guns recovered at crime scenes but not used in the crime under investigation, wrongful shootings by police and the illegal transportation or sale of guns."
 

Keep assault weapons ban
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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"Assault weapons do not belong in a civilized society. It is as simple as that. Police officers should not be outgunned by criminals. Guns which serve little other purpose than to cut down human beings should not be available for purchase."

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Paranoid pseudo journalists do not belong in a civilized society. It's as simple as that. Intelligent, law abiding citizens should not be exposed to ignoramuses with a computer and a forum in which to spout their ignorance. Morons who serve no other purpose than to spread paranoia and malicious lies should not be printed for public consumption.
 

RI: Profiling study finds major racial disparities
Submitted by: Jim Archer

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"The enforcement actions of several Rhode Island police departments are apparently guided by race, according to the experts conducting the state's racial-profiling study."

"A report due next month will look at differences in the rate at which the police stop and search cars driven by minority group members compared with those driven by whites."

"Figures from the study have already suggested that there are significant differences in those rates."
 

MA: Gruesome killing shocks neighborhood
Submitted by: Jim Archer

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"Yesterday, the police asked the public for help in solving the gruesome killing of the man whose body was found about 7 p.m. Saturday by firefighters responding to a blaze in densely wooded conservation land on Mary Dunn Road. After an autopsy Sunday, the man is believed to be 'in his early 20s, possibly a light-skinned male,' Cape and Islands Dist. Atty. Michael D. O'Keefe told the Associated Press."
 

RI: Killer's mother held responsible for his actions
Submitted by: Jim Archer

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"In an opinion handed down last week, the court said that in failing to prevent her mentally ill son from owning guns, Sara Gallagher failed her duty as a property owner to protect her neighbors from 'dangerous conditions' on her land."
 

NJ: SAF Hails Victory for Free Speech in New Jersey Court Case
Submitted by: Second Amendment Foundation
Website: http://www.saf.org

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"The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) today congratulated the Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC) for resolving its lawsuit against the Montclair, N.J. Board of Education, which had allowed anti-gun materials to be distributed in the school, but not pro-Second Amendment materials."

" 'This settlement will put school districts around the country on notice that they can no longer prevent both sides of the Second Amendment debate from being heard,' said SAF Founder Alan Gottlieb. 'Such a ruling is long overdue.' "

"In June 2000, the Montclair School Board distributed materials from Ceasefire New Jersey, an anti-gun organization, for students to carry home. These materials announced a rally sponsored by the gun control group in support of so-called 'Smart Gun' legislation then being considered by the State Assembly."
 

Report Finds Gaps In Firearm Laws
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Lautenberg ...said in a statement yesterday that the Justice Department is not taking the threat seriously enough."

" 'After 9/11, Americans stood in long lines at airports giving up their toenail clippers, while the Bush administration has done nothing to prevent terrorists from acquiring military-style weapons and explosives,' he said. 'If we are serious about shoring up homeland security, we cannot ignore this any longer.' "

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Consider the fact that terrorists can get "assault" weapons free, or at least very cheaply from any number of countries that sanction and support them. Why in the world would they risk life and limb (as well as hundreds dollars) to try and get one in the US? Time for Lautenberg and the hand-wringing socialists to put away their well-beaten and overused strawmen.
 

NY: Man cited for "unauthorized use" of plastic milk crate
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"As he tells it, Jesse Taveras, 19, stepped out for a breather from the hair-braiding salon where he works and sat down on a plastic milk crate that happened to be sitting on the sidewalk."

"A New York City police officer on the Grand Concourse, a main boulevard in the borough of the Bronx, walked up to Taveras and wrote him a ticket citing him for 'unauthorized use of a milk crate.' "
 

Ron Paul: Border Tragedy Reveals Deeper Problems
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"This tragedy highlights something more chilling, however: our continued vulnerability to terrorist attacks. More than four million trucks enter the United States through Mexico each year; border authorities inspect less than one percent. Indeed, our borders have become more porous than ever, as federal authorities in some cases simply will not enforce the laws that Congress has passed."
 

Another War Against Terrorism
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"I believe that there's going to be a war in this country soon, and government does too."

"There's a reason that the people's second amendment rights are being violated so openly."

"There's a reason that 'The Patriot Act' was passed and 'Patriot 2' will also be passed."

"There's a reason why people with any sort of record of serious noncompliance are prohibited from owning firearms."

"Whittling down the numbers, bit by bit, in a preemptive attack against the American people."
 

Feds bar cell phones at all ports of entry
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Inspector: Ban went into effect after congresswoman 'wigged out'."

"The Homeland Security Department has barred border agents from carrying or using cell phones or pagers at federal inspection areas after a Democratic congresswoman complained about not being allowed to use her own cell phone at a major airport, officials tell WorldNetDaily."
 

Times reporter wants to write about his mistakes
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Former New York Times reporter Jayson Blair told CNN on Monday that 'race, substance abuse and psychological disorders' played a much more 'nuanced role' in destroying his career than is being portrayed in the media."

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Maybe the same publisher that picked up Michael Bellesiles' hysterical fiction will run this self-pity fest. They seem to have an affinity for mentally unstable liars.
 

Group Launches Petition to Stop Feinstein-Schumer Gun-Control Act
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Though House Majority Leader Tom DeLay says 'The votes in the House are not there' to renew the measure, Feinstein and Schumer just introduced a bill in the Senate to renew the law, and they will press the House for a roll call vote in the upcoming election year. Unfortunately, President Bush has reiterated that he SUPPORTS the gun-ban -- an affront to the Constitutional right of all law abiding citizens to possess select semi-automatic pistols and rifles for lawful purposes."
 

An Interview With Ron Paul Part 1
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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FREEDOM PRINCIPLES

· Rights belong to individuals, not groups.
· Property should be owned by people, not government.
· All voluntary associations should be permissible -- economic and social.
· The government's monetary role is to maintain the integrity of the monetary unit, not participate in fraud.
· Government exists to protect liberty, not to redistribute wealth or to grant special privileges.
· The lives and actions of people are their own responsibility, not the government's.
 

GA: County considers gun safety programs after twin shoots brother
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"The fatal shooting of a 13-year-old of a Walker County boy by his twin brother has a community considering gun safety programs at local schools." ...

"The sheriff plans to discuss a youth gun safety program offered by the National Rifle Association with local school boards. The sheriffs office also distributes free gunlocks to anyone who asks for one."
 

UK: Gun crimes spreading 'like cancer'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"Gun crime has spread across Britain 'like a cancer' on the back of drug-dealing and prostitution, police chiefs were warned yesterday."

"A leading expert on firearms crime, Alan Green, assistant chief constable of Greater Manchester Police, told the chief constables at their annual conference: 'It's coming your way. Believe me.' "

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But what happened to that outlandishly "successful" gun amnesty?
 

IL: Shootings of kids spur gun crackdown
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"For the first time, a Cook County prosecutor will be assigned to make cases against traffickers in handguns and other weapons used in crimes that wound and kill kids."

"As part of this push, two investigators with the Cook County state's attorney's office will work solely on tracking down the histories of these guns. The new team will tackle cases such as the two highly publicized shootings of children on the South Side last month."
 

CO: Denver plans to sue state over new gun laws
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"The city of Denver wants to determine where its citizens carry concealed weapons, but a new state law, Senate Bill 25, eliminates all local gun laws, making the state measure the law of Colorado."
 

Bush Supports Semi-auto Gun Ban
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Déjà vu all over again. Recall that the president’s father made a similar reversal. After having voted for federal gun control legislation while in Congress, the senior George Bush sought to mend fences with the pro-gun voters before his 1988 presidential campaign. So he bought a membership in the NRA and proclaimed himself a champion of the Second Amendment. However, he soon showed his true colors. In 1989, the first Bush administration followed the lead of the radical gun-control lobby and arbitrarily banned the importation of various rifles that have a 'military appearance.' Then, in 1995, the former president helped the anti-gun fanatics and his liberal successor, Bill Clinton, by staging a dramatic resignation from the NRA. Like father, like son?"
 

JoinTogether lies about Bushmaster's stand on AW ban
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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Original title: Gun Maker Supports Assault-Weapons Ban

"Bushmaster Firearms, the Windham, Maine gun manufacturer that made the weapon used in the sniper shootings around Washington, D.C., last fall, said it supports the proposed extension of the semiautomatic assault-weapons ban..."

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If the anti-freedom maggots had any integrity at all, they would also admit that part of Bushmaster vice president of administration Allen Faraday's quote was deliberately cut to perpetuate a lie.
 

MN: Edina church sues over new state gun law
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"An Edina church sued the state Tuesday, asking to have portions of a new handgun permit law declared unconstitutional."

"The church council at Edina Community Lutheran Church took action after congregation members unanimously supported the lawsuit during a Sunday worship service."

"Church officials say the law infringes on the Minnesota Constitution's guarantee of religious freedom."
 

UK: Gun gang threaten girl
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A teenage shop assistant had a gun pointed at her in a terrifying armed raid on a Coventry corner shop."

"The armed robbery happened at the Spar shop, in Parkhill Drive, Allesley, just before 11pm on Saturday."

... "Four young men burst into the shop brandishing what looked like a small handgun."

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Well, there you have four young men who obviously didn't take advantage of the amnesty.
 

CO: Counties hit with barrage of requests for gun permits
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A steady stream of people wanting to carry a concealed weapon flocked to area law enforcement agencies Monday to apply for permits under a new state law."

Says one source.

Another source paints a different picture.
 

Australia: Thief fires gun in store raid
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"A shot was fired in a robbery at a Melbourne convenience store early this morning."

"An attendant was alone in the store in Dandenong Road, Prahran, when a man armed with what appeared to be a sawn-off shotgun entered and demanded money."

"A police spokeswoman said it was believed one round from the gun was fired into a cigarette display case before the gunman made off with cash."
 

Privacy Villain of the Week: G8
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Word from Paris this week is that the G8 nations -- the governments of France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, Italy, Canada, and Russia -- have agreed to develop a biometric passport system, perhaps complete with barcode, eye scan, and fingerprints."
 

CNN rapped over gun segment
Submitted by: Charles S. McMillion

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"CNN has found itself the target of criticism for misleading viewers about the types of weapons prohibited by a federal law due to expire next year."

"Two CNN broadcasts last week, which featured firing demonstrations by the sheriff's department in Broward County, Fla., suggested that firearms banned under a 1994 law are more powerful than similar, legal weapons. Yesterday, CNN admitted that was not true."
 

Pentagon System Hopes to Identify Walks
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Watch your step! The Pentagon is developing a radar-based device that can identify people by the way they walk, for use in a new antiterrorist surveillance system."

"Operating on the theory that an individual's walk is as unique as a signature, the Pentagon has financed a research project at the Georgia Institute of Technology that has been 80 to 95 percent successful in identifying people."
 

End the War on Drugs
Submitted by: LFA Editor
Website: http://www.libertyforall.net

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"As most Libertarians agree, the best way to win the so-called 'War on Drugs' is to end it once and for all. Not partially, but completely. As long as there are any drugs that are illegal, there will be people willing to risk prison in order to profit from them as well as use them. It's a classic no-win situation. You would think that someone would've paid attention to that old adage about being doomed to repeat the mistakes of the past if we don't learn from them and draw a correlation between the current Drug War and alcohol prohibition. But, for a non-Libertarian politician to apply a little common sense to this multi-billion dollar a year fiasco would be political suicide."
 

Australia: Fingerprint scans in trial
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"French company Sagem says it is trialling a fingerprint access system at a number of Australian sites."

"MorphoAccess is currently used only for door entry, but Sagem Australasia said fingerprints would soon replace conventional methods of identification including computer log-ins."
 

NRA Ad Urges Daschle to Support Gun Bill
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://www.idcwebdev.com

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"Freed for the moment from restrictions on political ads, the National Rifle Association says it will air an advertisement urging Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle, D-S.D., to support legislation shielding gun dealers from lawsuits."

"The NRA said it would run the radio ad as early as Wednesday, two days after a federal court blocked a ruling that the group believed put its ability to run such commercials in jeopardy."
 

Yellow is for politics
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"What's going on? Politics."

"Recall that as we went to war, the administration hiked the threat level to orange – high – warning that al-Qaida would use the war as a pretext for launching attacks against America. Homeland Security sent us scrambling for duct tape and plastic sheeting to protect us from nerve agents and other alleged weapons of mass destruction Saddam Hussein allegedly shared with bin Laden in their alleged terror co-op."
 

UT: Which Was It? A Routine Checkpoint or Unconstitutional Searches?
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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" 'Broad-based, suspicionless inquiries are reminiscent of the much hated and feared general warrants issued by the British Crown in colonial days, where British officers were given blanket authority to search wherever they pleased and for whatever might pique their interest. It was precisely this type of activity that the Fourth Amendment was designed to prohibit.' "
 

The Perversion And Destruction Of The Constitution
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Most Americans have been taught that the federal government is the government of the whole people of the United States, as comprising one nation, and is superior to the States. This is not the case. The federal government is, by definition and intent, the common government of the several States, not the general government of the people, as comprising one nation." ...
 

Dead on arrival
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"The first thing you have to understand about proposed gun legislation in Washington is that it isn't necessarily proposed to get passed. Not when it can be used as voter bait during a presidential election."

"Anti-gun Democrats have been known to sabotage anti-gun bills so that they can blame Republicans as a means of wooing soccer moms. That happened in 2000 after the Senate passed, then alleged purists in the House killed, a bill that would have required background checks for purchase at gun shows. Dems bolted --"
 

Assault on Common Sense
Submitted by: Tom Keeling

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"Only in Washington would it be considered imperative to extend legislation precisely because it's been so ineffectual. Such is the logic behind a Democratic push to prevent the assault-weapons ban from expiring next year, and even to broaden it."

"It was obvious at the time of the ban's passage in 1994 that it couldn't possibly have any effect on crime as advertised, which it hasn't. The ban nonetheless is such a nice-sounding idea -- who wouldn't want to ban 'assault weapons'? -- that even President Bush has endorsed its reauthorization."
 

GOA Slams Sen. Schumer's Hypocrisy
Submitted by: Newslinks Admin

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"Schumer does not trust Americans to own guns, but that does not keep him from thinking that he is special. Schumer's elitism justifies his traveling with an armed New York City detective to protect him. Too bad if the rest of us cannot afford to hire armed police detectives."
 

UK: Police: most gun calls are hoaxes
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"Cops in Lewisham receive at least three reports of gun incidents every day - but only a fraction are genuine."

"The borough's gun amnesty spokesman, Inspector Peter Amos, says people call police claiming a gun is involved in an incident in a bid to get a quicker response."
 

Top Ten Worst States To Travel In With A Handgun
Submitted by: Jim Rudd, Editor
Website: http://www.covenantnews.com

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"A recent article written by attorney J. Scott Kappas for Handguns Magazine chronicles the ten worst states for U.S. citizens to travel in with a handgun. Interestingly enough, none of the offending states are located in the Southeast or the West. Predictably, seven of the ten are located in the Northeast. Here is the list, ranked in order."

1. Washington, D.C.
2. Massachusetts
3. Hawaii
4. New Jersey
5. New York
6. Connecticut
7. Maryland
8. Illinois
9. Rhode Island
10. Michigan
 

DC: Even cop doesn't feel safe at home
Submitted by: The Eggman
Website: http://www.the-eggman.com/

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"The latest shooting wasn't the first time a police officer's family members were targets. Deborah Rosario, the wife of 5th District Master Patrol Officer Fred Rosario, was shot at in December 2000 as she and her 3-year-old son stood outside their house, which is 2-½ miles from Capt. Malone's home."

"She was shot at two days after she provided grand jury testimony in a homicide case. According to an investigative report obtained by The Washington Times, police officials downgraded the shooting to an 'incident' three days after it occurred and closed the case."
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
"Some people think that the Second Amendment is an outdated relic of an earlier time. Doubtless some also think that constitutional protections of other rights are outdated relics of earlier times. We The People own those rights regardless, unless and until We The People repeal them. For those who believe it to be outdated, the Second Amendment provides a good test of whether their allegiance is really to the Constitution of the United States, or only to their preferences in public policies and audiences. The Constitution is law, not vague aspirations, and we are obligated to protect, defend, and apply it. If the Second Amendment were truly an outdated relic, the Constitution provides a method for repeal. The Constitution does not furnish the federal courts with an eraser." --9th Circuit Court Judge Andrew Kleinfeld, dissenting opinion in which the court refused to rehear the case while citing deeply flawed anti-Second Amendment nonsense (Nordyke v. King; opinion filed April 5, 2004)

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