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UK: Media Bias: misrepresenting protests
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Headline: "Residents march against guns".

Fact: They marched to protest gang violence and crime levels.

Unintentional humor: "People living in the troubled areas... live in fear of guns and earlier this year, police started armed street patrols." -- So are people now living in fear of the police?

A link to Manchester's anti-gang task force shows that "eliminating guns" doesn't even make the top 10 on their priority list.
 

Vet's Life Put In Danger By Incompetent Airport Guards
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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"College Station soldier, airport in dispute - Man with wired jaw has cutters confiscated"

"A U.S. Army lieutenant from College Station whose jaw is wired shut from a bullet wound he suffered in Afghanistan said screeners at San Francisco International Airport denied him permission to pass through security with wire clippers used to snap open his jaw in an emergency."

"officials at Easterwood Airport ... tagged the cutters with a code that security personnel could look up to see that the cutters were not a prohibited item. ...the tag didn’t convince security screeners."
 

Signatures of the 'Gun Culture'
Submitted by: serinde
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"Many Internet correspondents set their e-mail program to automatically add a quote or slogan at the end of each e-mail to support their beliefs. These are called signatures or ".sig files" and in no other American subculture are they more popular or seen in greater variety than in the gun rights movement."

"Anyone who wishes to understand this segment of society would be well advised to scan these brief sub-messages..." -- Dr. Michael S. Brown
 

Cyprus: Citizens get guns from police
Submitted by: FundTheCause.com
Website: http://www.FundTheCause.com/rkba

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"Want a gun? In Cyprus it is as simple as going down to your local police station and being sworn in as a so-called special constable."

--This sounds like a good plan. Let's do it here in America -- want a gun, become a constable ;->
 

'There Would Be No Place to Hide' - Unleashing the FBI
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"From now on, covert FBI agents can mingle with unsuspecting Americans at churches, mosques, synagogues, meetings of environmentalists, the ACLU, the Gun Owners of America, and Reverend Al Sharpton's presidential campaign headquarters. These eavesdroppers do not need any evidence, not even a previous complaint, that anything illegal is going on, or is being contemplated.
You might keep a pocket edition of the Constitution handy to present to the FBI agents—like a cross in front of Dracula." -- Nat Hentoff
 

CA: "Gun found in toddler's lunch" (France)
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"A LOS Angeles daycare teacher has found a handgun in a bag belonging to a three-year-old boy, police said."
 

We're Losing Our Civil Liberties for Nothing
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"The actual front page headline in the May 30 New York Times was "F.B.I. Chief Admits 9/11 Might Have Been Detectable." But it could just as easily have been "White House Confesses: We're Losing Our Civil Liberties Needlessly."..."
 

WA: River Owners Bribed By County Agencies to Become “Willing Sellers”
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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OLYMPIC PENINSULA – "Over the past week, property owners along the Dungeness River have been offered the opportunity to sell their land to the county by way of grant money – taxpayers’ money."

"River’s End is near the mouth of the Dungeness River – the end of a 10.8 mile section of the privately owned portion of the river. ... landowners along the river were adamantly opposed to selling their property to the county."
 

CO: Officer Sued For Allegedly Falsifying Evidence
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"A Colorado Springs police officer whose questionable behavior led to a $35,000 lawsuit settlement last summer is being sued for allegedly lying in a police report on a suspected drug dealer."

"In a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court last week, Roman Janowiak claims Dale Huston violated his civil rights by falsifying evidence as a prelude to Janowiak's arrest on suspicion of selling pot."
 

AZ: Tucson wins ruling on gun-buyer checks for shows
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Tucson can require on-the-spot background checks for prospective gun purchasers at gun shows held at the city's convention center."

"Judge Stephen C. Villareal of Pima County Superior Court ruled last year that the requirement was preempted by state law," but "The Court of Appeals said it could find no clear evidence that the Legislature intended a pre-emption law passed in 2000 to cover situations like Tucson's requirement involving a city-owned facility."
 

What was the Declaration of Independence?
Submitted by: SaveOurGuns.com
Website: http://www.SaveOurGuns.com

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"Armed citizens waged war against their own government, which was unfit to be the ruler of a free people."

Why not copy the image onto your computer? Print it out in color and distribute. On the 4th of July, print a larger version for display.
 

Freedom in the Balance
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Those who have tasted America's freedom must realize how close we are to losing it. Whether or not we continue to step back from world government depends upon the leaders we elect to represent us. Never has our vote been more important to the future of America … and to the world." -- Henry Lamb
 

Film Review: Oregon
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--In the totalitarian future, cigarette smoking is illegal and cyborg law enforcement officers will use force to stop it. While the relevance to liberty is obvious, it may not be immediately apparent what this has to do with guns. Be patient. And remember this the next time someone tells you “smart guns” are a good idea.

KABA NOTE: This story is also available as a book.
 

Editorial on our Constitution by The Guardian (UK)
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Freedom to Hate, Freedom to Harm" by Julian Borger, The Guardian, UK
 

'Parent or Guardian' Must Sign This Treaty
Submitted by: Roger Tweeddale

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In 1984 Americans watched a movie by the title of "Red Dawn" and it chilled us to the bone. It starred Patrick Swayze, Charlie Sheen and Lea Thompson. Who can forget Lea shooting down Russian Special Forces with her AK-47 in front of McDonalds. That was chilling. I can assure you that even today, the mere thought... is enough to give any Russian Special Forces soldier nightmares.

This article shows all the more reason for American citizens to STAY ARMED.
 

RI: 9th grader charged in 'bomb drawing'
Submitted by: Bill Armstrong

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"This is another example of zero tolerance run amuck," said Steven Brown, executive director of the Rhode Island Affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union. "It really is a shame to see school administrators responding in such a knee-jerk fashion."

"Brown said the 10-day suspension is more appropriate than time at the 'Training School', where some youths are sentenced for crimes such as murder."
 

TX: Gun to be destroyed so it 'doesn't cause more trouble'
Submitted by: serinde
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"The missing pistol used in the shooting death of Tejano singer Selena has been turned over to the Nueces County Sheriff's Department and is set to be destroyed, despite some protest."

"District Attorney Carlos Valdez and Nueces County Sheriff Larry Olivarez said they do not want the gun to cause more trouble."
 

DC: Court strikes down ban on Capitol protests citing 1st Amendment
Submitted by: serinde
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-2nd story on page-

"A federal appeals court Friday struck down a 30-year-old ban that keeps protesters from the House and Senate entrances of the Capitol, ruling that security concerns do not outweigh First Amendment rights at a building that is "a centerpiece of our democracy."

--Score one for the Constitution.
 

Unexpected Allies in Gun Control (Followup)
Submitted by: Art Schreiber

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--Editorial Claims Stolen Guns Are Sold At Gun Shows To Criminals. More lies and misinformation from anti-gun media in an editorial promoting more record keeping of gun sales.
 

NJ: 'Gun-Shop-Free' School Zone?
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"Gun store by school prompts changes" -- "Responding to an outcry from school officials, parents, and other concerned residents, the Borough Council has tightened its zoning rules in a bid to prevent a gun shop from opening next to an elementary school."
 

Unleash the FBI?
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Can an agency that has repeatedly abused its powers be trusted to play nice?" -- J.D. Tuccille
 

Louis Turner Comes out Swinging
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Having the government force us, as private citizens, to fly disarmed, and to accept their decision to fight terrorism by disarming pilots, is like having an airline pilot tell his passengers that the plane is going too fast and suggesting that the passengers all stick their heads out of the windows and blow!" By Louis Turner - Assistant Editor, The Federal Observer
 

CO: The “Charade” by Duncan Philip
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“On May 29th I appeared in the Denver county court of one Judge Celeste for my trial. But rather than have a fair and impartial trial a “charade” took place. I had been charged on December 15th, 2001 for violating a Denver city ordinance that prohibits a person from carrying a gun openly for the purposes of self-defense. ... the Colorado State Constitution clearly says that my “right” to carry a gun openly for the purpose of self-defense “Shall not come into question.”
 

NH: Laconia drops idea of 'gun-free' zone
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"Police Chief Bill Baker, who had suggested the ban, said he received hundreds of calls, letters and e-mails from those opposed to any restrictions on Second Amendment rights during the annual event which draws 350,000 to the state."
 

The Real Deal On 9/11: Rewarding Failure
Submitted by: Mark M Stehly

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"The numerous allegations regarding fraud, government sponsored narcotics trafficking and black budget funding over the last two decades at the Department of Defense and the Department of Housing and Urban Development are deeply disturbing. Originally published in Global Outlook, a magazine published by Centre for Research on Globalisation."

--Any remaining doubts why they want your guns?
 

The Candidate The U.S. Government Favored in Columbia
Submitted by: Mark M Stehly

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The 1st round of elections in Colombia produced a "winner" the White House was glad to see win. -- Why?

Strong indications of a major tie in to cocaine smuggling and a reputation of violence force me to denounce my elected leaders' enthusiastic acceptance of this man.

"for failing to alert the DEA that it would make shipments of 500 kilos of the cocaine precursor chemical - one percent of the 50,000 kilos destined for Moreno's company in Colombia - the Connecticut company had to pay $50,000 ... Moreno's company, by contrast, was not fined a single devalued Colombian peso by the United States government for those 50,000 unreported kilos of the cocaine precursor."
 

'No Problem With New FBI Surveillance' - says CATO Institute?
Submitted by: Mark M Stehly

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"As reported in the press, the new FBI surveillance guidelines present no serious problems. Especially under post-September 11 circumstances, law enforcement monitoring of public places is simply good, pro-active police work that violates the rights of no one. The same is true for topical research not directly related to a specific crime." -- Roger Pilon, VP for legal affairs at the Cato Institute and a former U.S.DOJ official
 

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The limitation of tyrants is the endurance of those they oppose. — Frederick Douglass

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