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FBI: The Leash Is Off
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"America's KGB, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has had its already sweeping powers augmented yet again, under a set of new "guidelines," issued by Attorney General John Ashcroft."

"Keeping in mind that among other things, you can already be arrested and held incommunicado without bail, conversations with your attorney (if you're allowed one) be spied on and taped and you might even find yourself tried by military tribunal, how could things get worse?"

"Believe it, they just did."
 

The Short Seller and the FBI
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"only a week after revelations that the FBI ignored warnings by field agents about the terrorist threat posed by US flight schools, it comes to light that corrupt special agents with access to restricted databases were accomplices to insider trading, using law enforcement information for their own private gain."

"will the FBI top this? Perhaps they'll trump the terrorists by pulling off the next surprise terror attack on New York or DC themselves. Then we'll have to triple their budget."
 

Traitor Alert: Ashcroft Pledges to Defend Brady Law
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"The Justice Department will continue to defend the Brady handgun law, despite its recent policy declaration that the Second Amendment gives individuals the right to bear arms, Attorney General John Ashcroft said Friday."

"Reasonable regulations regarding the ownership of weapons are appropriate," Ashcroft said in an interview on CNN's "Larry King Live." "Those are reasonable regulations, and they're to be defended."
 

9/11 - Stories from my "What’s up with that?" File
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"The horror of 9/11 was bad enough, but what makes it worse is the positively sinister undertone of what we are coming to learn about the events surrounding that singular event. In reviewing my "what's up with that?" file of 9/11 news stories, it looks like I have enough material for a whole television series: "Unsolved Mysteries of 9/11."...
 

MD: Ehrlich sets reforms for justice system
Submitted by: G. Hughes

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Rep. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. laid out plans to reform Maryland's criminal justice system yesterday, including more aggressively targeting felons with handguns and curbing imprisonment of nonviolent drug offenders.

Ehrlich's push to target felons with handguns would build on a Richmond, Va., program known as "Project Exile", which he has long sought for Maryland.
 

Charter flights' security attracting a closer look
Submitted by: serinde
Website: http://www.progunwomen.com

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"Passengers on charter flights get no security screening at most U.S. airports... Private air charters have surged since Sept. 11. Some aviation officials and lawmakers are increasingly concerned that terrorists could charter planes and commandeer them with weapons."

"The air-charter industry views itself as the most secure way for people to fly. You know that no one else is on board the airplane except people that [you] choose to be there." -- James Coyne
 

National Committee for an Effective Congress Brady Poll
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Each year, thousands of firearms are bought illegally because background checks from the Brady Bill are not required at gun shows. With which of the following do you agree?"

A. "Congress should close the loophole to keep more guns out of the hands of criminals."

B. "It is time to create a national licensing and gun registration system."

C. "Both A and B."

D. "None of the above. Any impediment to gun ownership is a violation of Second Amendment rights."
 

Unsustainable Freedom
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"The opposite side of sustainable development is unsustainable freedom. Sustainable development means: government-managed integration of economic development, environmental protection, and social equity. ... Sustainable development is government-managed development; freedom cannot survive in a government-managed society."
 

MA: Women get $10M for Illegal Jail Strip Searches
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Four years after one woman challenged the city of Boston and the Suffolk County Sheriff's Department when she was strip-searched after being charged with drunken driving, officials yesterday agreed to pay $10 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of some 5,400 women who were routinely and illegally strip-searched over a four-year period at Nashua Street Jail."
 

TN: Tax protest now moves to state's ballot boxes
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Despite success yesterday, many protesters stressed that defeating an income tax is only a first step. They are stressing the ballot box, so they won't have to turn out consecutive weeks to defeat legislation most Tennesseans oppose. They spoke of Republicans' taking control of the House, thanks to Speaker Naifeh putting some Democratic incumbents on record of supporting the income tax last week."
 

Center for Science in the 'Public Interest' (CSPI) wants to ban food
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"With obesity as the latest excuse for regulating personal choices, Wootan echoes Kelly Brownell, inventor of the "Twinkie tax" and longtime member of CSPI's Scientific Advisory Board, who said in a CSPI publication as far back as 1998 that "I recommend we develop a militant attitude about the toxic food environment, like we have about tobacco." Brownell has also said "there is no difference between Ronald McDonald and Joe Camel… we have to start thinking about this in a more militant way."
 

PA: Trooper says shooting was self-defense
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"A state trooper told a Westmoreland County coroner's inquest yesterday that he had no choice but to shoot an East Huntingdon woman who opened her apartment door and pointed a 12-gauge shotgun at him."

"Bonesio of Hempfield has been on administrative duty since the shooting."

--If this woman thought it was an intruder, why did she open the door?
 

Ashcroft: I Won't Fire Mueller
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Attorney General John Ashcroft responded Sunday to the Wall Street Journal's call two days ago for the resignation of FBI Director Robert Mueller, saying the embattled bureau chief is doing a good job."

"Bob Mueller is a battle-tested veteran."

--So was Captain Bligh.
 

AL: Primary Election Candidate Survey Results (GOA)
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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Results from the Alabama 2002 GOA-PVF Candidate Survey. Primary voting date: Tuesday, June 04, 2002.
 

IA: Primary Election Candidate Survey Results (GOA)
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Results from the Iowa 2002 GOA-PVF Candidate Survey. Primary voting date: Tuesday, June 04, 2002.
 

MT: Primary Election Candidate Survey Results (GOA)
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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Results from the Montana 2002 GOA-PVF Candidate Survey. Primary voting date: Tuesday, June 04, 2002.
 

NM: Primary Election Candidate Survey Results (GOA)
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Results from the New Mexico 2002 GOA-PVF Candidate Survey. Primary voting date: Tuesday, June 04, 2002.
 

SD: Primary Election Candidate Survey Results (GOA)
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Results from the South Dakota 2002 GOA-PVF Candidate Survey. Primary voting date: Tuesday, June 04, 2002.
 

CA: County confiscates machine guns in Dunsmuir
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"Two MP-5 machine guns and accompanying documents were confiscated from the home of Dunsmuir city manager Michael Powers ... along with two shotguns..."

"The sheriff's department was assisted by two agents from the BATF..."

"Whether the city manager had the legal authority to purchase the weapons is really something for the city council and sheriff to determine," BATF investigator Salas said.
 

IN: Police seize guns, cars, and glass jars in raid
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"The Indiana State Police seized 50 guns worth thousands of dollars this week in connection with an ongoing investigation involving the illegal drug methcathinone..."

"In addition to finding 13 handguns and 37 long guns in three of the vehicles, the troopers found several large glass jars..."

"The older-model cars were taken into custody and towed to a Linton wrecker company within the last two weeks as part of a narcotics investigation that began as a result of anonymous tips."
 

FL: Police find handguns and rifles in filthy home
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"What began as an investigation into a house of filth in Southwest Ranches uncovered much more than trash... police discovered 22 rifles, 40 handguns, and 30,000 rounds of ammunition."

Police say the father and son who live in the house are mentally unstable and took them into custody under the Baker Act.
 

Let the FBI Monitor America Without Having Evidence Of Criminal Activity?
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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YES - "It will help the FBI be more proactive in identifying and stopping terrorist activity. Instead of waiting until terrorist activity becomes apparent, agents will work proactively."

NO - "Expanded surveillance powers could put civil rights in jeopardy."

Not that it will do any good, but VOTE.COM will send your vote to John Ashcroft.
 

A Constitution in Tatters, A Country in Distress
Submitted by: Newslinks Director

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"We must stand together, United, to demand our country, our Constitution, and our Bill of Rights are restored. We must keep our country safe from enemies, both foreign and domestic. Now more than ever we need the protections of the Constitution. Now more than ever we need to stand together and demand honor among our leaders. Together we can assure that Liberty and the true Spirit of America will prevail!" -- Rick Stanley
 

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Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice. Moderation in the pursuit of justice is no virtue. — Senator Barry Goldwater, 1964 (1909-1998)

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