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Shall Not Be Infringed
Submitted by: SaveOurGuns.com
Website: http://www.saveourguns.com

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Promoting the Bill of Rights - Why not distribute and post a positive image. It's worth a "thousand words". Plus, people remember it - long after they forgot what you said.
 

Feds Opt Against Firearms For Pilots
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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"Commercial airline pilots under siege by terrorists will not be allowed to defend their cockpits with guns, federal officials said Tuesday."

"It's not a surprise, but very disappointing," said Capt. Bob Lambert, the author of a petition ... in favor of guns in cockpits."

"to not allow a pilot to completely take care of his passengers from start to finish, and, perhaps, to protect his country from a catastrophic event, I think, is unconscionable." -- Keith Shankland
 

MA: Boston City Hall catches weapons, free carriers
Submitted by: Jim Farquhar

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"Security guards have barred dozens of people with knives and guns from Boston City Hall - but never confiscated the weapons, checked permits or reported the incidents to police.

"Among those turned away: a man armed with two guns and two full clips of ammunition, and another with a knife concealed in the handle of his umbrella, officials said."

Also see: People carrying weapons turned away, but no action taken
 

TX: Group sues over secret high court decisions
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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(Not directly gun-related, but may impact gun cases.)

"Decrying what it calls "secret justice," a group of watchdog organizations filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday to force the Texas Supreme Court to disclose how individual justices vote in deciding whether to hear a case."

"In America, secret justice is not acceptable." -- Cris Feldman

"Because Texas judges raise campaign money from lawyers who appear before them, it is important to know how they vote on appeals." -- Suzy Woodford
 

MO: Ex-custodian is sentenced in pistol theft
Submitted by: Anonymous

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(Should be called 'How Criminals Get Firearms' or 'Let's Close the Stolen Police Evidence Loophole')

Custotian in Courthouse steals firearms from evidence room to sell to support crack habit. Hey, McCain... lets close the stolen from police custody loophole!
 

Armed Pilots; A needed security measure
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"John W. Magaw, a career federal law enforcer and head of the Transportation Security Administration, told a senatorial committee Tuesday that his agency wouldn't allow commercial airline pilots to carry guns in cockpits. While Magaw made reasoned decision, it isn't the right one for the long term. At first blush, the case against letting pilots carry guns appears strong. After all, no major airline anywhere in the world allows it."
 

ALPA Responds to Magaw Statement against Arming Pilots
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The following statement was issued today by Capt. Duane Woerth, president of the Air Line Pilots Association, International, in response to statements by John Magaw, undersecretary for transportation security, that he would rule against pilots being allowed to carry firearms in the cockpit:"

"We are disappointed, but not surprised, by this announcement. The administration, under the influence of opposition by the airlines, has been telegraphing its intent for several months now."
 

Bellesiles: NEH halts backing for "gun historian's" grant
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The National Endowment for the Humanities ("an independent agency of the United States Government") has withdrawn its name from a fellowship for a professor facing accusations of research fraud over his book about the history of gun ownership in America."
 

CA: 6-year-old shows signs of improvement
Submitted by: Tom Allison
Website: http://www.eternalvigilance.blogspot.com

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MERCED -- "A hospital official reported some improvement Tuesday in the condition of a 6-year-old girl who was shot in the head during a family dispute, upgrading her from critical to serious."

"In an act of stupidity, while shooting the weapon around people, her father inadvertently shot his 6-year-old daughter."

--Notice the shooter is blamed, not the gun! Novel!
 

CT: Gun club offers to sell development rights for 56 acres
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The Durham Rod & Gun Club has approached the town about purchasing the development rights to club's 56-acres off of Madison Road."

"Durham Rod & Gun Club member Jack Yeomans said he approached the Board of Selectmen during its Monday meeting, pitching that they acquire development rights to four parcels of wooded land the club has owned since the mid-1980s."
 

What Gun Control Proponents Have to Believe
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"ON every question of construction (of the Constitution) let us carry ourselves back to the time when the Constitution was adopted, recollect the spirit manifested in the debates, and instead of trying what meaning may be squeezed out of the text, or invent against it, conform to the probable one in which it was passed..." -- Jim Cammarano
 

In Harm's Way
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"there are several practical objections to the government's approach. In the first place, there is simply no current or envisioned plan that would place an air marshal on each and every commercial flight or even anything approaching a majority of them. Therefore, it will be a roll of the dice — with the odds in a would-be terrorist's favor — whether any given flight will have an air marshal on board. Second is the objection to the government's straw man regarding explosive decompression."
 

FL: 'Smart Gun' secret nets $550,000
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Using the most sought-after trade secret in the firearms industry without permission cost a tiny Volusia County firm $550,000 Tuesday."

"The award in federal court in Orlando amounted to little more than pocket change in the billion-dollar race by the world's gun makers to develop safer pistols, rifles and shotguns."
 

UT: Court officials bracing for a showdown on gun lockers
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"While officials in the 2nd District Courthouse are supportive of a vote of the state Board of District Judges to ignore a new state law ordering gun lockers in courthouses, they're not manning the barricades yet."

"For now, they're proceeding as though the gun lockers are inevitable, while at the same time bracing for what may be a showdown with the Legislature over separation of powers."
 

TN: $360,000 to help city tackle gun crimes
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Nashville prosecutors, who say they are hard pressed to go after violent criminals armed with guns, are getting some help from the federal government."

"Crimes committed with guns, especially gang- and drug-related crimes, 'present many, many, many more problems than other types of homicide cases, and victims and witnesses are frequently reluctant to talk,' said Davidson County District Attorney Torry Johnson."
 

No Guns For Pilots; Lawmakers Set Out To Overturn Decision
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Airline pilots may not carry guns, the government said yesterday, rejecting the demands of thousands of pilots who petitioned for the right to keep firearms in the cockpit as a last line of defense against hijackers."

"Transportation Security Administration director John W. Magaw told the Senate that it is more important to keep pilots focused on flying their planes and that other steps are being taken to protect them."

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CA: Brady Bunch Endorses Gov. Gray Davis for Re-Election
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Today, on behalf of the Brady Campaign Voter Education Fund, Sarah Brady endorsed California Gov. Gray Davis for re-election. In a video endorsement, Mrs. Brady praised Gov. Davis for his unwavering support for common sense gun laws and compared his strong record of leadership on gun safety to the dubious one of his opponent, Bill Simon. Michael D. Barnes, president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, represented the Bradys and the organization in Sacramento."

(So much for "Democrats abandoning the gun issue")
 

IN: Gary isn't done fighting gun makers
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The city of Gary today will ask the Indiana Court of Appeals to revive its lawsuit against gun makers."

"Gary -- one of 32 cities, counties and states nationally to sue gun makers -- is accusing the industry of lax distribution methods that make it easy for criminals to obtain guns. But Gary's lawsuit has made little progress since it was filed in 1999. A Lake County judge dismissed the suit as unconstitutional last year, leading the city to seek a hearing before the Court of Appeals."
 

The Dream of the way it is supposed to be
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"people have been so dummied down by government controlled schools and propaganda that it is unlikely that most have any dreams to speak of and fail to realize that half their lives are spent in complete servitude to satisfying the greed and lust for power of those they pay to protect what is theirs - or should be theirs - FREEDOM."
 

Warrantless Searches or Constitutional Protections?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"There has been a much-debated controversy between the government's ability to secure our rights and liberties and its ability to go after the bad guys. In the current debate, the bad guys are genuinely bad and threaten our lives and liberties. No one questions that the government should get all of the information it needs to bring the perpetrators of the tragedies of 9/11 to justice. The real question is by what means."
 

U.S.: Making Citizens the Enemy
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Power-mad Democrats aside, there are legitimate reasons why the rest of us are imperiled by the war on terror. The certain effect of panic, fear and war is to erode constitutional protections and civil liberties."

"Unable to differentiate terrorists from non-terrorists, laws are enacted that treat loyal citizens as the enemy. An article in a recent issue of the New England Journal of Medicine (Vol. 346, No. 17) shows this to be the case with the Centers for Disease Control's "State Emergency Health Powers Act."
 

MI: Weapons measure may be revised (followup)
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The House Civil Law and the Judiciary Committee may vote today on a six-bill package that would permit law enforcement agents to use their gun training toward the requirements for a concealed weapon permit and allow part-time and retired officers to bring their concealed firearms into gun-free zones."
 

PA: Anti-Gun Rendell Wins Democratic Nod
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Bolstered by strong support in his hometown, former Philadelphia Mayor Edward G. Rendell captured the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in Pennsylvania on Tuesday. Rendell led state Auditor General Robert P. Casey Jr., the son of a former governor, 56% to 44% with 99% of precincts reporting."

Also see: Gun Safety A Prominent Issue in the Race

(So much for "Democrats abandoning the gun issue")
 

CCRKBA Urges Congress To Authorize Guns In Cockpits
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Holding firm to a recommendation it made within hours of the Sept. 11 terrorist atrocities in New York and Washington, DC, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) today supported a call by airline pilots on Congress to pass legislation allowing them to carry guns in the cockpit."

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The Joy of Shooting .50s
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The .50 caliber rifle is the largest firearm that civilians may legally possess. Averaging 34-50 inches in overall length and 25-35 pounds in overall weight, this firearm serves only one civilian purpose - sport."

"Members of the Liberty Belles had the good fortune of being introduced to .50 caliber firearms at the annual shoot hosted by the .50 Caliber Shooters Association and ARM USA at the Angeles Ranges."
 

Canada: Probe into 'gun cache'
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Durham Regional Police are still investigating an Uxbridge family who were charged after a cache of assault rifles and other weapons was found in their posh home. The father and son were arrested after police stopped a rented cube van in an rural area of north Pickering early Saturday."
 

UT: CCRKBA Denounces Panel for Urging Judges to Break Law
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Calling it an outrageous recommendation, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) today blasted the Utah Board of District Judges for urging its members to ignore a state law that requires gun storage lockers to be installed in courthouses."
 

'60 Minutes' Airs 'ASK' and 'Speak Up' Propaganda Campaigns
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"On May 12, the CBS News Show 60 Minutes aired a segment addressing the increasing momentum in the medical community behind the idea of asking patients about guns as a potential health risk to the family. This segment demonstrates the success of the ASK (Asking Saves Kids) Campaign, created by PAX -- Real Solutions to Gun Violence. The ASK Campaign urges parents to ASK if there are guns in the homes where their children play."
 

'Street Smart' to discuss 2nd Amendment on National Radio
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"WorldNetDaily CEO and Editor Joseph Farah will guest host the cutting-edge radio program "Street Smart" today, filling in for regular host Jim Metcalf."

"Street Smart" is a nationally syndicated radio talk show that airs weeknights in 55 markets from 7-10 p.m. Eastern. Since Farah is pre-recording the show early in the day, you can hear it streamed throughout the afternoon at streetsmarttalk.com before it hits the radio airways through national syndication.
 

None of Their Business - Congress and gun liability suits
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Quite simply, the power to control frivolous lawsuits belongs to the states. Those who would have it otherwise, including the NRA, are asking for trouble. When Congress's authority to regulate commerce is misused to impose federal rules that restrict state gun lawsuits, we should not be surprised that it will also be misused to impose federal rules that restrict gun possession and ownership."
 

When it comes to being safe, it is very personal
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Tom "Lee" Anderson read the newspaper article again. And again. It said guns in homes were 43% more likely to be used against a family member. "Being a reasonable man," Lee says, "I said, 'I better saw this gun in half.'"

"Being an educated man, he researched both sides of the gun debate first. "It turns out that that is absolutely" wrong, Lee says of the statistic, although he used a much more colorful word than "wrong."
 

National Education Council Backs Machen's Gun Stand in Utah
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The American Council on Education is rallying behind University of Utah President Bernie Machen, whose defense of the school's long-standing gun ban is the subject of a federal court dispute."

"An attorney with the council confirmed Tuesday that the organization plans to file a friend of the court brief with the U.S. District Court supporting the university's claims that it has a right to ban guns under constitutional guarantees of free speech and the right to maintain a safe environment."
 

MA: Legislators take aim at Reilly's gun regulations
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Gun rights advocates are trying to take gun ownership rules out of the hands of Attorney General Thomas F. Reilly, whom they accuse of improperly using his regulatory authority to restrict handguns."

"State Rep. George N. Peterson Jr., R-Grafton, and Sen. Guy W. Glodis, D-Auburn, have co-sponsored a bill that would give the Legislature the power to review consumer protection regulations proposed by the attorney general's office."
 

FL: Palm Beach County repeals gun law
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"County commissioners voted Tuesday to repeal a law that fines gun owners who have not secured their firearms from children. The measure passed 4-to-3, with Commissioners Burt Aaronson, Addie Green and Carol Roberts dissenting."
 

US Bans Cockpit Guns; Pilots Still Want Right to be Armed
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Mr. Magaw said only trained air marshals should be allowed to carry weapons on planes. But Republican Senator Conrad Burns of Montana urged Mr. Magaw to reconsider his opposition to arming pilots."

"The majority of them that want to be armed will submit themselves to that training," Senator Burns said. Senator Burns is co-sponsoring legislation authorizing pilots to carry guns in the cockpit. Similar legislation is pending in the House of Representatives."

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FL: Pistoleers searching for new home
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"More than two months after the Englewood Water District declined to renew its lease, the Englewood Pistoleers Gun Club has yet to target a new home. "We do not know where we're moving. We haven't' found any land yet," said the club's secretary and treasurer, Patricia Mulryan."
 

ACU: Magaw, Mineta, Ridge Wrong on Arming Pilots
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The U.S. Department of Transportation's position on arming pilots -- as expressed Tuesday by John Magaw, under secretary for transportation security -- puts the flying public at risk according to American Conservative Union National Field Director Kerri Houston."

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UK: Gun Charge Man Cleared
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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--I don't understand their judicial system, and based on the comments below I don't want to!

"The jury were ordered to return a not guilty verdict on the affray charge and later cleared him of the firearms offence."
 

IA: Burlington officer 'top gun'
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A Burlington Police Department officer won this year's Top Gun trophy, but the overall department trophy will go to the Des Moines County Sheriff's office."

"Sixty–two law officers competed Saturday for the annual marksmanship award, sponsored for the 13th year by the Des Moines County Attorney's office."
 

TN: National Guardsmen with M-16 rifles Lock Down Capitol
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"This crowd is growing and growing! The Interstate highways around the area have Metro Police and State Highway Patrol units idling along the shoulders near the capitol for easy access if they are called in. It has just been announced on the radio that they have locked down the capitol and it is now ringed with TN National Guardsmen with M-16 rifles with fixed bayonets!"

"The TN State Legislature is now in session. We have learned that the House will vote on the income tax issue first."

Also see: Tax Protesters Won't Give Up
 

Do we want democracy?
Submitted by: Anti-Federalist

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--Walter Williams discusses democracy. Smart man.

"You say: "What's the story, Williams? Is there a better method of making important decisions?" I say yes, but let's first decide whether we'd really like majority rule as a criterion for making important decisions..."
 

Armed and Safe - We have met the militia and it is us.
Submitted by: Tom Allison
Website: http://www.eternalvigilance.blogspot.com

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"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." -- U.S. Constitution, Amendment II

"The militia of the United States consists of all able bodied males at least 17 years of age and ... under 45 years of age who are ... citizens of the United States." -- 10 U.S. Code, Section 311
 

INS confirms border incident with Mexico
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Mexican army shoots at U.S. agent -- What would happen if the agent shot back? What would happen if some poor gun owning shlub shot back?
 

CA: Sporting-gun enthusiasts are battling tax proposal
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"State Sen. Don Perata (D-Alameda) has introduced Senate Constitution Amendment (SCA) 12, which would impose a sales tax of an additional 5 cents on every piece of ammunition sold in California after Jan. 1, 2003, to finance a Trauma Center Fund."

"The Trauma Center is a good thing. Victims of gunshot wounds, mostly received through illegal activity (i.e. robbery, drugs, etc.) need a place to be treated."
 

UT: Shurtleff calls for a 'fix' in gun law
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Trying to avoid a court battle, or even a constitutional separation of powers impasse, Attorney General Mark Shurtleff on Wednesday asked Gov. Mike Leavitt to allow legislators to "fix" language in a gun law that has angered state judges."
 

Is the GOP Capable of Self-Criticism?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Its silence about NRA honcho Wayne LaPierre suggests not."

"Two weeks ago, Chatterbox invited any nationally prominent Republican to come forward and endorse the proposition that comments made by Wayne LaPierre, the National Rifle Association executive vice president, about Andrew McKelvey, the CEO of Monster.com, were "lunatic" and "completely wrong." In a speech, LaPierre had compared McKelvey, who provoked LaPierre's ire by founding a gun-control group called Americans for Gun Safety, to Osama Bin Laden."
 

IL: Remarks by ISRA President Richard Pearson
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Luckily, the voices of gun control are falling on deaf ears in our nation's capitol."

"Our grit and determination are beginning to pay dividends."

"Just this week, we enjoyed a stroke of good fortune that will shape the Illinois gun policy landscape in our favor for years to come."
 

Pilots ready to fight gun ban; Congress considers legislation overruling Bush
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Pilots unions and the powerful gun lobby are gearing up to fight a decision by the Bush administration not to allow airline pilots to carry guns in the cockpit."

"The government already has told us that if terrorists take control of one of our cockpits, they will send military aircraft to shoot down the airliner and all its crew and passengers," said Capt. Duane Woerth, president of the Air Line Pilots Association. "In the face of such choices, we do not understand why these same government officials refuse to give pilots a last chance to prevent such a tragedy."

Contact U.S. Officials
 

Criminal Alien Amnesty & Citizenship for Immigrant Children
Submitted by: Curtis Wood

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H.R.1452, introduced by Representative Barney Frank(D) would make it easier for foreign nationals to avoid deportation who have been convicted of serious crimes in addition to allowing some convicted and deported felons to return to the U.S. and become permanent residents.

S.672, introduced by Senator Dianne Feinstein(D) that would allow the unmarried children of U.S. citizens who apply for a visa before they turn 21 to keep their status all the way through the [immigration] process.

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Dems 'abandon' gun issue in 2002 races
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Mindful that Vice President Al Gore lost the states of West Virginia, Arkansas and Tennessee in 2000 partly because of his support for gun control, Democrats are backing away from the politically sensitive issue as they head into this year’s midterm elections."
 

UK: Three-quarters of public support shooting
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Three-quarters of the UK population support shooting when carried out legally and safely, according to an independent research poll commissioned by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), which claims it is the first examination of attitudes towards shooting to be made public."
 

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