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9/11? Blame the Militia!
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Ladies & gentlemen:

"The Clinton administration "de-emphasized" fighting Arab international terrorism to focus on domestic terrorism - namely, white 'right-wing' militia groups - which led to the FBI ignoring Arab nationals flocking to U.S. flight schools, veteran FBI agents told WorldNetDaily."
 

Are Americans Ready to Crown a King?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"In an attempt to alert my readers of the increasing propensity of the Bush administration to foist unconstitutional, even tyrannical, laws upon the American people (under the rubric of fighting terrorism), I found that many readers appear more than ready to accept these Orwellian, police state attacks against their freedoms. "
 

A Government of Men
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"In principle, ours is a government of laws, and not of men, as enunciated by John Adams when he penned the historic Declaration of Rights, which became a part of the Massachusetts Constitution. He thereby first framed the thrust of what Thomas Jefferson was to enshrine in the Declaration of Independence."
 

A Very Disturbing Situation...
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Hi, I'm Bill O'Reilly. Thanks for watching us tonight.

A very disturbing situation involving the widow of a pilot killed in the 9/11 terror attack. That is the subject of this evening's Talking Points memo.

...But Senator Hollings, incredibly, refused to hear the woman, saying the committee didn't have time, even though Mrs. Saracini petitioned for a hearing months ago.

This is, #1, an outrage, #2, disrespectful to a woman who has endured tragedy, and #3, undemocratic.
 

Interview with Ellen Saracini
Submitted by: Anonymous

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ELLEN SARACINI, WIDOW OF 9/11 PILOT: Well, I want to say to the senators that we need to have the armed pilots in the cockpit. The cockpit is now the last line of defense. And we need to have it secure. We need to make our skies safe and we need to have all our citizens of the United States safe.

O'REILLY: All right. So, it's as simple as that. I mean, you don't have anything else other than your contention that everybody would be a lot safer if pilots were armed?
 

Foundations are in place for Martial Law in U.S.
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"Recent pronouncements from the Bush Administration and national security initiatives put in place in the Reagan era could see internment camps and martial law in the United States."
 

Legislation to Arm Pilots Gains Support in the Senate
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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-FREE REGISTRATION REQUIRED-

"Senate opposition to arming airline pilots waned further today as two more lawmakers unexpectedly endorsed the idea and positions against it were all but absent at a hearing on aviation security. The only counterargument that the secretary of transportation could offer at the hearing was that the requisite training would cost money."
 

UK: Shotgun attack gunman jailed
Submitted by: Blacksnake

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Less guns, more crime...
 

No guns in schools, no buts, no maybes
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"There was no reasonable way for the Seattle city attorney to avoid filing charges of illegal weapons possession against James Kelly. Nor is there a reasonable way to regard the local president of the Urban League as a threat. The way out of this conundrum is to negotiate a deal that will impart to Kelly a lesson but preserve his ability to continue his good work."
 

White House Security Rebuffs Attempt to Serve Lawsuit on Dick Cheney
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"According to Judicial Watch, a White House security officer refused to accept any papers for the vice president. The process server said he was told he would be arrested if he simply dropped the federal court summons and complaint on the ground and left."

"Judicial Watch notes it is a crime to interfere with the 'service of process.'"
 

Depleted Uranium May Pose Risk to Children
Submitted by: Anonymous

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"Soil contaminated with debris from depleted uranium shells could be putting children in the Balkans and the Gulf at an increased risk of developing cancer and kidney damage"

"Some 270 tons of DU have been spread over battlefields in the Gulf and the Balkans during the last decade, the vast majority by U.S. forces,"
 

Does the President 'Run' the Country?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"It is common verbal shorthand to say "The president runs the country." If this is taken to mean that he is the commander in chief of the armed services and speaks for us with other nations, well and good. But all too easily, the words may be taken literally. That’s not good."

"In fact, the president does not 'run' the country. He does not even 'run' the federal government. He directs the executive branch of the federal government."
 

Zins Repeats as National Pistol Champ
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Marine Gunnery Sergeant Brian Zins, of Quantico, Virginia, has topped the list of 750 shooters firing in this year's NRA National Pistol Championships, and has won his second national title in a row.
Zins first attracted attention to his expertise with a pistol in 1996 -- by winning the NRA National Championship."
 

Your Grocery List Could Spark a Terror Probe
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"They thought they were making routine purchases—the innocent, everyday pickups of charcoal and hummus, bleach and sandwich bags, that keep the modern household running. Regulars at a national grocery chain, these thousands and thousands of shoppers used the store's preferred-customer cards, in the process putting years of their lives on file. Perhaps they expected their records would be used by marketers trying to better target consumers.
 

NY: Cleanup of lead-tainted soil begins at former gun factory
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The Ithaca Gun Co. plant made guns and ammunition from 1880 to 1986 in the buildings next to the contaminated land. The company has since gone bankrupt, restructured and moved. The buildings also have new owners. Money from the federal Superfund will pay for the project."
 

Ashcroft: Gun Probes Off-Target
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Attorney General John Ashcroft, appearing before Congress for the first time in months, yesterday insisted - to somewhat incredulous Democrats - that the FBI cannot use background information on gun buyers to check whether terrorists bought weapons."
 

IL: Man shot by cop wins suit
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A 23-year-old Harvey man who was shot in the rear end by a rookie cop and then taken to court for brandishing a gun that apparently had been planted at the scene has beaten the charges that his lawyer says have haunted him for years."

"A federal jury ruled Wednesday that Archie Robinson was a victim of malicious prosecution in a case pitting his word against that of Harvey officer Manuel Escalante."
 

Study shows gun safety programs often miss the target
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Maybe if they take these kids to the range they'll hit the "Target."
 

Gun Control Group Unloads on Rep. John Dingell
Submitted by: John Fansler

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The dean of the U.S. House of Representatives, Democrat John Dingell, is being targeted for defeat by one of America's most prominent gun control groups, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence.
 

13 Year Old Slaughtered, Killer Gets 6 Years...Media Ignores Crime
Submitted by: Curtis

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"The gunman, Andre Beasley, was sentenced to six years in prison. This story didn’t make much of a splash in the media. But that is standard procedure for cases like this, where black assailants and white victims are involved. The New York Times was silent. The Los Angeles Times turned a blind eye. USA Today didn’t notice. The Washington Post devoted 52 words...— with no mention of its interracial component. Relatively few Americans outside of Ohio ever heard about Raymond Bozak’s death."
 

Police Searching For Sexual Assault Suspect...Photos Enclosed
Submitted by: Curtis

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"University of Detroit Mercy officials released a surveillance photo Wednesday of a man accused of sexually assaulting a 22-year-old female student in a campus dorm. Clark said that the man wore a ski mask and demanded money before he bound her hands and legs. Once she was tied up the suspect exposed himself then sexually assaulted her..."
 

GA: Gun show to make first stop since fatal accident
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A traveling gun show will make its first stop this weekend since a 13-year-old Alabama boy was accidentally shot and killed at a show in Gwinnett County."

"Matt Eastman, president of Eastman Gun Shows, will bring his show to the Georgia Mountains Center on Saturday. Gun enthusiasts will gather for 15 hours over two days."
 

GA: CrimeStoppers, GC&SU receive gun-crime grants
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Efforts to reduce gun crime in Middle Georgia will get a boost of more than $300,000 in federal grant funds."

"Thursday, Middle District of Georgia U.S. Attorney Max Wood announced the recipients of two Project Safe Neighborhoods grants. Macon Regional CrimeStoppers will receive $170,000, and Georgia College & State University will receive $150,000."
 

CT: Gun lock giveaway
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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" Local gun-owners who want to make their homes a little safer have an excellent chance to do so today, at WalMart in Washington Village and Stop and Shop in Centerville."

"Representatives from Project Home Safe will make free gunlocks and safety information available to the public at the two locations. A van filled with thousands of gun locks will be located at Stop & Shop from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. before moving to Wal-Mart from 2-6 p.m."
 

CA: CCW INFO LAWSUIT IN PROGRESS!
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"This is really the fourth of a series of articles on the links between the state attorney general's office, the California DOJ and a systematic coverup of CCW misconduct data. The first three articles: "

"5/22/02: CCW Abuse: The Cover-up At The California State AG/DOJ’s Offices"

"6/20/02: AG/DOJ Aftermath: Repercussions From The First Report"

"7/13/02: AG/DOJ Follies: Reply to my DOJ PRAR Denial Letter"
 

CO: Libertarian gets jail time for gun stunt
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Rick Stanley, the Libertarian candidate running for U.S. Senate, was sentenced to six months in jail Thursday and fined $629 for carrying a loaded gun during a Second Amendment rally in December."

"The jail term will be suspended if Stanley performs 75 hours of community service and does 30 days of home detention before Oct. 31."

"Stanley said he won't do either, and plans to appeal what he described as an unconstitutional act by the Denver County Court."
 

Canada: Judge chastises American for toting gun on vacation
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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Folks, don't assume that your rights are of concern outside our borders. (or inside for that matter!)

"A 41-year-old California man with concerns for his personal safety has learned a hard lesson about smuggling a handgun into Canada."

"David Ward, 41, was arrested Tuesday at the Coho ferry dock after customs agents found a loaded .38-calibre handgun and 40 rounds of ammunition when they searched his vehicle."
 

TX: Friendly fire killed deputy
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Harris County Sheriff's Deputy Shane Bennett was killed by friendly fire from a fellow officer, a ballistics report released today shows."

"The 29-year-old deputy shot two armed suspects in a deadly shootout last month, but was then mistakenly killed by a fellow deputy, Sheriff's Capt. Dick Henderson said during a news conference today."

" 'It has been determined he was the victim of friendly fire during a shootout with armed suspects,' Henderson said."
 

NC: Local governments can inspect inside your private home
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"We get an administrative search warrant, and then they have to let us in…"

"A move by two area municipalities to inspect the inside of residents' homes has opened Constitutional questions about how much authority local governments have to enforce zoning and building codes."

"The town of Montreat, NC is considering 'periodic safety inspections' of 'all homes' along with a long list of other requirements for residences."
 

SC: Big Reward Offered For 'Lucky' Robber-Level of Violence Rising
Submitted by: Curtis

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"On Thursday, agents announced a $10,000 for information that leads to arrest of Marcus Ross, who is suspected in 28 armed robberies across seven different counties. Police said that the violence is escalating and if the robber is not caught, someone could be seriously injured or even killed."
 

Our Freedom and Our Rights
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"Today we find ourselves dependent on a government which becomes more and more the master of our lives. Some people say that our Constitution is no longer relevant. They say that they are happy to pay taxes to defend America and to help the needy. To those we might ask: "Why, after 60 years, do all of our problems multiply and grow?" Today we have an uneasy sense that something is radically wrong in America."
 

MI: Detroit plans to ban guns
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A proposed city ordinance that would require Detroit public buildings, including recreation centers and libraries, to bar concealed weapons was tabled by the City Council Thursday."

"The move led at least one member, Sharon McPhail, to question whether child safety is a high priority with the city."
 

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