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Governors say it's "too easy" for citizens to affect government
Submitted by: Rascal

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Two governors launched frontal assaults on direct democracy efforts last week, saying citizen-initiated referenda are too easy to put on the ballot and that voters aren't as informed as legislators to make decisions on complicated public policy issues.

Arkansas Judge maintains a list of anti-gun businesses
Submitted by: Hunter

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Bill Velek is a city court judge in Arkansas. He's developed a web
site with a lot of good information, and a gem of a pro-gun
campaign. His web site explains his idea for a national boycott of
businesses posting "no concealed carry" signs, and he has already
begun to implement a list.

40,000 Mom March gets a million dollar donation
Submitted by: Stanley

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While organizations like KABA & COA struggle. GRRRRRR!!!!

San Francisco public servant seeks law to make it easier to sue gun manufacturers
Submitted by: Stanley

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"Supervisor Alicia Becerril wants to make it easier for gunshot victims and their families to sue gun manufacturers, dealers and importers with a new San Francisco law that the National Rifle Association is dismissing as "lame brained."

Becerril introduced legislation Monday that would allow people who are shot in The City to sue firearm companies just for making or selling the weapon used to injure them.

Judge Roy Bean's revolver being auctioned
Submitted by: Stanley

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A Colt revolver that belonged to Judge Roy Bean, memorabilia of Mexican revolutionary Emiliano Zapata and an Abraham Lincoln political pin from 1864 are among the rare items that will be auctioned off Saturday morning at A&S Antique Auction Co. in Waco.

Panel set to hear gun lock scheme in Florida
Submitted by: Muffin

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"I don't think a trigger lock ordinance is going to do any good whatsoever," said Jeff Sanders, a gun owner and north Palm Beach County resident. "You can't legislate responsibility."

Undeterred, county commissioners on Tuesday gave the preliminary go-ahead to an ordinance requiring all residents to lock up guns accessible to children. They also rejected a proposed jail penalty tied to the plan and set a public hearing date for further comment."
We need a LawLock Plan.

Gun makers' ad draws fire from mayors
Submitted by: Surefire

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"Mayors suing U.S. gun makers said yesterday they deserve equal television time to rebut a firearms-industry ad that they allege attacks their patriotism."

"Actor Martin Sheen also jumped into the fray, accusing the gun makers of using his younger brother, Joe Estevez, to perform the ad's voice-over so viewers would believe it was Sheen. Sheen and Estevez have similar voices."
Gun grabbers demanding equal time? Say WHAT?! Sounds GREAT!! Let's have EQUAL TIME!!

Black Men with Guns
Submitted by: Brother of Freedom

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Very nice, succinct article covering the topic of racism and gun control which recounts a historical event in the 50's of African-Americans repelling KKK attackers and assuring they'd not be attacking again.

Houston Airport Uses New Revealing X-Ray
Submitted by: Jaguar

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U.S. Customs inspectors at Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport and five others nationwide have announced that they have a new tool to help detect contraband.

It's a low-power X-ray that penetrates a few millimeters below the skin, eliminating strip searches.

But some privacy advocates are upset. The X-ray's scans are so sharp, the user can view the shape of a subject's navel, or the shapes of other, more private parts.

The device is called BodySearch.

Anger as Aussie Govt. gives Army power to shoot citizens during civil unrest
Submitted by: Jaguar

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"THE Australian Government is under mounting pressure to water down draconian new security laws that would give the military the right to shoot civilians on sight during the Olympic Games next month."

Civil rights campaigners fear that the Government is using the threat of terrorism at the Games to introduce laws that could be used during strikes and legitimate protests."
Thank goodness for Australia they kept a good many guns...

No thank you on trigger locks
Submitted by: Tim

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"Cheney now says he might support outlawing armor-piercing bullets and plastic guns and definitely has no problem requiring trigger locks on handguns."

Cop Shot in Groin by Partner
Submitted by: Jim Garofolo

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Like everyone just because you use a tool in your trade, it doesn't mean you are proficent with it. There are some police officers who only fire a gun once or twice a year to qualify per job requirements.

Other officers enjoy shooting, and sharpen their skills at ranges whenever possible.

Before a standing army can rule, the people must be disarmed; as they are in almost every kingdom of Europe. The supreme power in America cannot enforce unjust laws by the sword; because the whole body of the people are armed, and constitute a force superior to any bands of regular troops that can be, on any pretense, raised in the United States. Noah Webster in "An Examination into the Leading Principles of the Federal Constitution," 1787, in Paul Ford, ed., Pamphlets on the Constitution of the United States, at p. 56 (New York, 1888).

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