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Deroy Murdock: The imperative of missile defense
Submitted by: Jeff Rau

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"According to a March 2001 CBS News/New York Times survey, 64% of adults believe America 'has a missile defense system to protect against nuclear attacks.'"
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They must be products of the public school system.
 

Columbine Dad Arrested at NRA Office
Submitted by: skypod
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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The father of slain Columbine High School student Daniel Mauser was arrested outside NRA headquarters Wednesday after refusing to end his one-man march. Mauser was arrested on misdemeanor trespass charges, spent about an hour in a holding cell with about 18 other men and was released on $250 bail.
 

Horiuchi gets off scott-free (Again)
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An FBI sniper who shot and killed the wife of white separatist Randy Weaver at Ruby Ridge will not be tried in an Idaho courtroom, an Idaho county prosecutor said Thursday. Last week, a sharply divided 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that FBI sniper Lon Horiuchi could face trial on an involuntary manslaughter charge for the death of Vicki Weaver in the 1992 standoff.
 

Decision Reached: Court-martial of Michael New Upheld
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After 495 days of deliberation, the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (CAAF) has rendered a decision in the case of Army Specialist Michael New, upholding the rulings of the lower military courts, thereby affirming the original court-martial.
 

Macedonians denied means of self-defense
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Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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Despite specter of war, government rejects citizens' pleas for guns. Those wishing to defend themselves and their families were informed that they could seek to join the local police force or enlist in the army.
 

Where have all the patriots gone, Veterans wonder
Submitted by: skypod
Website: http://GunControlVictories.com

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"A lot of men died for that flag. During the war, it was more than just a symbol." John Cox, a retired Army Special Forces colonel who lives in St. Petersburg, said it seems each year that fewer flags are flying in front of homes on holidays.

"The flag is a great symbol of the sacrifice made for the nation. It is arrogance to forget the sacrifices that got us here."
 

MI: State justices consider concealed weapon referendum
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LANSING -- In a Michigan Supreme Court case that goes beyond guns, a lawyer took just eight minutes to open arguments over whether voters have the right to cast a ballot on the state's controversial concealed-weapon law.
 

Idaho prosecutor drops charges against FBI sniper
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Special Prosecutor Stephen Yagman, who was appointed by Woodbury to handle the case, criticized the decision and said he hoped a different prosecutor might refile the charge or bring a more severe charge.

"I could not disagree more with this decision than I do," Yagman said. "It sounds to me like the system has suffered a temporary corruption."
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This temporary corruption seems more like permanent corruption. Can we stop the corruption without going to that last box?
 

NC: Gun Maker Lawsuit Preemption Clears Committee
Submitted by: Ken Bach
Website: http://www.uiuc.edu/ro/ipw

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Legislation to block counties, cities and towns from suing gun manufacturers cleared a Senate committee Wednesday. The bill, sponsored by State Sen. Fountain Odom (D-Mecklenburg), gives only the STATE of North Carolina the authority to bring lawsuits against gun manufacturers...

Several U.S. cities have sued gun makers, claiming their marketing techniques have increased gun violence. All the lawsuits have been unsuccessful.
 

Shooting at Japanese office building
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"A Russian man was killed and two unidentified women were wounded Thursday night in a shooting in northern Japan, police said Friday... Japan has some of the world's toughest gun control laws, and shootings are relatively rare."
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Of course they have had nerve gas on a subway and at least one knife attack in school.
 

Land Rights Advocate Fears Campaign Finance Reform
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"The environmentalists operate from the top down," said Hardiman. "They get millions of dollars to these big left-wing foundations -like the Rockefeller family and the Pew Charitable Trust- so they've got plenty of lawyers and accountants to figure ... out how to navigate campaign finance law... So if you have all these new free speech restrictions, the environmentalists can just spend more money and shrug it off."
 

Elgin: Turn the radio down or lose your car
Submitted by: Ken Bach
Website: http://www.gunssavelife.com

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Not gun news, but this is a pretty serious example of government encroachment. And yes, this is the same town where the cops sat outside a bar during a mass shooting while the bystanders subdued the perp.
 

Proposed Gun Show Bill Pushes the Limits
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One issue always on the congressional agenda is lowering the crime rate. However, overzealous congressmen and crime control groups are trying to reduce crime rates through removing civil rights.

One of the most glaring examples is Senator Jack Reed's (D-RI) Gun Show Background Check Act of 2001. The new background check act would close the "gun show loophole" by extending the Brady Bill background check requirements to all firearm sales.
 

A Drop In Crime? They Admit They Didn't Count Murders
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The survey says, "Most victims of violent crimes - 67% - don’t face an attacker with a weapon."

And then, "The survey excludes murders because the statistics bureau records only crimes reported firsthand by victims it interviews."

How can they even report such bogus stats?
 

Handgun Control Inc. To Change Name
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Leaders of Handgun Control (HCI) and the Center to Prevent Handgun Violence (CPHV) will hold a news conference Thursday morning, June 14, to announce the new names of the organizations.

"The new names will more accurately express our mission: to
enact and enforce gun laws, to provide public education about gun
violence and to reform the gun industry," said Michael D. Barnes,
president of both organizations.
 

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