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Nobody got shot at the tea party demonstrations Sunday
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Over the weekend, hundreds of gatherings occurred across America to protest taxes, government spending, and Obamacare, and nobody got shot. Statistically, out of a random group of 100 Americans, one will be carrying a concealed weapon. In most states, many more could be legally carrying weapons openly. Since these crowds were largely conservative in their political bent, I would bet the percentage lawfully carrying guns was skewed higher since this is the same demographic that favor second amendment rights."

"If that is so, in a Georgia or Texas event with 10,000 exuberant protesters, there would be at least 100 people with guns, probably 200 or more. ... And yet, there was no gun violence. ..." ...
 

Overheard in the Shenandoah
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"If you can reliably hit a man out to 500 yards or more -- and you have the will to do so every single time it is necessary -- you have created a 700,000 square yard 'freedom zone' around you.
-- Overheard at a rest area in the Shenandoah Valley coming back from DC
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"The arithmetic and geometry is simple."

"Pi [3.1416] times the square of a circle's radius give you the area of that circle:"

"3.1416 X 500 yards X 500 yards = 785,400."

"Push it to 600 yards and you've got nearly 1,131,000 square yards of liberty."

"The skill is attainable with instruction and practice."

"The tools are equally attainable."

"The will to shoot, hit, reload, shoot, and hit again must come from within ..." ...
 

Gun Safety Legislation
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Gun Safety Legislation what is it? Does it really make us safer? Maybe Gun Safety Legislation is some new bunch of gun bills, state or federal, that we never heard of that will forever put to rest the debate about the second amendment?

"WRONG!! Gun Safety Legislation is a sneaky new tactic by the gun banning politicians and Brady loving gun banners to take the buzz word 'Gun ControlGun Safety Legislation'" ...
 

Helot on Wheels
Submitted by: Larry

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"What an unalloyed blessing it is to live under a government describing itself as a constitutional republic!"

"Unlike undisguised tyrannies of various flavors, the government ruling us often -- but not always -- briefly pretends to defer to the written document from which it derives a set of limited, revocable powers, before its enforcement and judicial personnel dispense with those limitations altogether and inflict whatever atrocities they choose on the rest of us."

"Sure, the outcome isn't materially different from what we'd experience if we lived under an absolute monarchy, or any of a number of dictatorships. But ours is the singular privilege of knowing the specific constitutionally protected 'unalienable' rights that are being violated by the government that blights our society." ...
 

Guns are not the Problem: Crooks Are!
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Almost every gun critic uses specious arguments to support the unsupportable. They are defending a castle in ruins. However, they keep trying by using the Bible and Christ to prop up their fallacious argument: only police and the military should possess guns."

"The argument is not whether or not Jesus carried a weapon ... the question is should Christians have guns and use them when necessary? I have been accused of taking the position that guns are 'godly' but I never took that position. My critics often opine that 'Guns are evil.' Guns are inanimate objects, neither good nor evil, but they can be used for good or evil. Likewise, humans can use drugs, automobiles, knives, clubs, etc., in an evil and harmful way or in a good way." ...
 

'Traditional police powers'
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"David Codrea over at The War on Guns points out this article about the latest attempt to redefine the recent DC v. Heller Second Amendment SCOTUS case in the oh-so-fashionable mold of anything the government says is reasonable, must in fact be reasonable, because we're the government and we say so."

"It was this passage of [DC Atty Gen Peter] Nickles' apologia totalitaria that stuck out at me the most:"
""The District's regulation of handguns at issue here is squarely in the mainstream and eminently reasonable ... safeguarding public safety under traditional police powers,' Nickles wrote, asking that the plaintiffs lawsuit be dismissed." ...
 

Is Mayor Bloomberg adding mayors to his gun control front group without permission?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"With each passing day since Walton Hills, OH Mayor Marlene Anielski notified [BFA] of her decision to resign from New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's gun control front group, Mayors Against Illegal Guns (MAIG), it appears the ripple that began with her resignation has the potential to grow into a tsunami."

"Last week, Madiera Beach, FL Mayor Patricia Shontz notified [BFA] of her decision to resign from MAIG, and on the same day Brunswick,OH Mayor Dale Strasser notified the [NRA] that he too wanted to have his name taken off the groups' list of members."

"News that a still another mayor resigned from the group last week is raising questions of how many of these mayors got on Bloomberg's list in the first place." ...
 

Buying guns can be an ordeal
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"If Congress were to pass a law that required voters to get permission, in writing, from government before going to the polls, citizens likely would be up in arms, at least figuratively speaking. For some, figuratively might be the only way they could take up arms against injustice."

"Since the Brady Firearms Act required prospective gun buyers to pass a National Instant Check System background check before they were allowed to purchase a firearm from a licensed dealer, almost 1.8 million people have been denied. ... if statistics from 2008 are any indication, an NCIS denial isn't proof-positive that one is a criminal, a fugitive or anyone else legally barred from owning a firearm." ...
 

'Dirty Dancing' not only Swayze film that left its mark…remember 'Red Dawn?'
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Millions of hearts broke Monday with the passing of actor Patrick Swayze, whose performance in Dirty Dancing made those same hearts throb a generation ago and drove the critics wild."

"But there was another Swayze film that drove the critics nuts in hardly the same way. This film was the John Milius 1984 blockbuster Red Dawn, and at the time it earned rave reviews in the firearms community thanks to a couple of scenes that caused the elite Left nothing but heartburn, and the overall premise that armed private citizens might actually be able to put up a devastating resistance to an organized military (evidently the elites never heard of the Revolutionary War)." ...
 

Local guns, local foods: natural allies?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"On April 15, Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer ... signed the 'Exempt Montana-made firearms and ammunition from commerce clause' bill into law."

"The legislation, better known as the Montana Firearms Freedom Act (MFFA), goes into effect on October 1." ...

"... which should make natural allies ... of the Local Food Movement."

"... these folks are foodies who won't go the extra mile, seeking out farmers markets and produce stands for fresh organic foodstuffs as close to home as possible ..."

"In many places that means never crossing a state line, and a Food Freedom Act ... would preclude the power of the FDA to regulate the production and sale of, for example, free-range eggs and raw milk and homemade goat cheese." ...
 

Praxis: L. Neil Smith's KaBar Carbine Bayonet
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"L. Neil Smith, Libertarian thinker and novelist, wrote this reply to my earlier piece on the obsolescence -- or lack thereof -- of bayonets. Bayonets SHOULD BE good camp knives. Alas, the slender issue blades are not. Neil's modification is a great idea which I intend to do to an M-14 bayonet as soon as possible."

"Mike
III" ...
 

It's a mad, mad, mad, mad America
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Why so furious, America? Honestly, this country needs to chill out and work on a little thing called impulse control."

"Suddenly, we're experiencing an increase in passion in every area of life from sports and pop culture to politics and religion. What happened to us?"

"We used to be Prozac Nation -- all mellow and self-satisfied ..."

"Now we gladly conform to the gun-toting, rally-attending, finger-biting ... Ugly American caricature of North Korean propaganda." ...

"Second Amendment absolutists demonstrating within blocks of a presidential appearance openly displayed registered guns and hinted darkly at a willingness to 'water the tree of liberty with the blood of tyrants' again, if necessary." ...
 

Guns for the President
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"As someone old enough to remember exactly where I was when I heard about the assassination of John F. Kennedy — and Martin Luther King, Jr. — and Bobby Kennedy, I cringe at the continuing reports of people taking guns to presidential appearances."

"The latest case is ... a Minnesotan toting a gun to the Saturday rally in Minneapolis. Like the rest of them, he claimed he was exercising his Second Amendment right to bear arms, and stayed just inside the confines of the law."

"That's not really the point, is it? When more people take guns to see the president, the Secret Service has more people to watch, stretching their resources and making it that much easier for a real assassin to slip through surveillance." ...
 

Gun-Carrying Protester: '2nd Amendment Isn't Suspended' When Obama's In Town
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"When 32-year-old Josh Hendrickson leaves his house, he tells the Minneapolis Star Tribune, 'I grab my wallet, my keys and my gun.'"

"On Saturday, when President Barack Obama was in Minneapolis, Hendrickson carried two weapons with him while he was with protesters outside the Target Center."

"'The Second Amendment isn't suspended just because the president's in town,' he told the Star Tribune. ..." ...

"Hendrickson says he was questioned by police and the Secret Service, showed them his license to carry a concealed weapon, and spent about seven hours at the scene."
 

MD: Cops: Student uses sword to kill intruder
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"A Johns Hopkins University student armed with a samurai sword killed an intruder in his garage ..."

"Two laptops and a Sony PlayStation had been stolen by burglars Monday ... Early Tuesday, one of the four Hopkins students who live in the home noticed the garage door was open and took a sword with him to investigate ..."

"In the garage, the student told police he discovered a man and when the student told the man to get out, the man accosted him ... The student defended himself with the sword, cutting off the man's hand and causing a severe laceration to his upper body, he said." ...
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Submitter's Note: Maybe not the ideal tool, but who's to argue with results?

KABA Note: And the thing the antis will never ever admit is that if he'd been confronted with a gun, odds are the burglar would have submitted, thereby sparing his life.
 

IL: Off-duty officer shoots teen in Woodlawn
Submitted by: Adam Peterson

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"An off-duty Chicago police officer in the South Side's Woodlawn neighborhood shot and killed a high school basketball palyer he saw shooting another person on Friday."

"The teen was identified as Corey Harris, 17, of the 7000 block of South Yale Avenue, according to the Cook County medical examiner's office."

"The chain of events began about 3:30 p.m. when another person was shot near 69th Street and King Drive ..."

"The officer witnessed that shooting and chased Harris to the 6800 block of South Eberhart Avenue. The officer 'announced his office,' then opened fire on Harris, striking him, said Chicago Police Officer Michael Fitzpatrick, a police spokesman." ...
 

Pregnant Mom Grabs Shotgun, Stops Robber. Was She Right? (video)
Submitted by: Nathan Slavik
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"Mothers are always protective of their children, and in the case of Randi Fairley that's especially true. When a burglar attempted to break into Fairley's home, Fairley confronted him. After the burglar fled, the pregnant mother of one grabbed a gun and chased him down until police arrived."

"'I didn't want him coming back and making off with our stuff, so I grabbed a shotgun and went out and looked for him,' said Fairley ." ...
 

Bill Parson: Another NV Senate candidate who deserves gun owner support
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"We've been following the Nevada Senate race and met some of the challengers vying to stand against Harry Reid in 2010. Specifically, we've been assessing candidate responses to a questionnaire designed to elicit unequivocal answers from the candidates on the right to keep and bear arms."

"So far, we've seen Danny Tarkanian and Sharron Angle demonstrate a real understanding of that right, and further seen them pledge to support and defend it. And we've further seen the significance and potential this effort presents."

"Another candidate, Bill Parson, has completed the questionnaire. Here's the Q&A:" ...
 

VA: Guns and gays: McDonnell gets NRA endorsement, Deeds waffling on gay rights?
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Virginia's Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob McDonnell received the endorsement of the National Rifle Association this week, which makes news only because his Democrat opponent got the nod from the group four years ago."

"The reason for the switch is due to Deeds withdrawing his opposition to closing the gun show loophole. Deeds changed his mind after the 2007 massacre at Virginia Tech. politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2009/09/14/nra-flips-endorses-mcdonnell-over-deeds/"

"Deeds' aides fired right back by noting the candidate still supports Second Amendment rights." ...
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Submitter's Note: The fact that the killer got his guns from a retail store of course has no bearing on the 'close the loophole' mantra.
 

SC: Mayor stands up to NRA pressure
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"The National Rifle Association has Sumter Mayor Joe McElveen in its sights."

"McElveen has come under fire recently for his membership in a group called 'Mayors Against Illegal Guns.'"

"He said he joined the coalition about two years ago after reading its literature and asking members of the Sumter Police Department to weigh in."

"But the NRA criticizes the group for its founding members, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino, and the organization's stance on gun legislation."

"The NRA Institute for Legal Action's Web site calls Bloomberg and Menino 'virulently anti-gun mayors.'" ...
 

Police are 'setting up' themselves
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"How ironic is this?"

"When the police get themselves caught by an informed and armed citizen they immediately claim are being 'set up'. The two West Allis officers who arrested Brad Krause last year for not breaking the law claimed the same thing. Well your acting unlawfully and being caught at it is not someone else's fault. You cops are setting yourselves up. We know some of you are ignoring the attorney general's advice concerning open carry and the fourth amendment." ...

"If 1,000,000 Wisconsin citizens openly carried a gun daily, I'm betting we would see some serious effort in all police departments to train officers ... So, start carrying a gun so we can get over this training hurdle sooner." ...
 

'Battle of the badges' between ATF and FBI
Submitted by: Foo Bar

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"Agents of the FBI and the [ATF] are feuding over bomb investigations — racing each other to crime scenes, failing to share information and refusing to train together, according to a draft report ..."

"The report says Justice Department bosses have repeatedly failed to fix the problem."

"The Justice Department's Inspector General, Glenn Fine, has drafted a preliminary report on the two agencies' repeated squabbles to claim jurisdiction in investigations of explosives incidents across the country ..." ...
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Submitter's Note: Here's an idea: Why not eliminate the ATF and consolidate their constitutional functions like investigating actual crimes under the FBI and revenue enforcement under Treasury?
 

FL: South Florida residents strike back at intruders
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"With handguns and baseball bats, South Florida residents in recent days have been striking back at home invaders, beating and even killing those who violate the sanctity of their homes." ...

"Winick fears the [Stand Your Ground] law can send the wrong message. ..."

"Brian Cavanagh, veteran homicide prosecutor ... shares that view."

"'The 'Stand Your Ground' law, I hate it, and I think I can speak for most prosecutors and law enforcement officers,' he said. 'It's a dangerous, dangerous law, especially if it's misinterpreted by citizens who think it gives them the right to use unbridled force. It doesn't give you or anybody a carte blanche right to use force. Anybody who thinks that way better read the law.'" ...
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H/t to David Codrea.
 

GA: Full-Time Cops, Part-Time Convicts
Submitted by: Larry

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"Captain Scott Moore and Patrolman Floyd Berger of the Roberta, Georgia police force were recently convicted of making a false report of a crime and sentenced to five consecutive weekends in the Crawford County Jail."

"This arrangement is not all that uncommon; judges will sometimes arrange for sentences to be carried out during the weekends in order for a student to continue with school, or a breadwinner to continue earning a living."

"The difference here is that Moore and Berger, despite being convicted of a crime in which they perjured themselves about a 2007 drug bust, are continuing to serve as law enforcement officers during the work week." ...
 

WI: Madison police dispatcher misled 911 caller on open carry
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"On August 8, 2009 a person named Ryan working at 'Fromaginations on the Square' called the Madison police to ask if there was a 'law in the state of Wisconsin that allows you to carry a gun,' reporting that 'a gentleman walked past me with a rather large rather large gun attached to his hip ...' Replied the police dispatcher, '[n]o there is not . . . let me get someone to check that area to see if we can find 'em because there is no such law here.'" ...

"But there is more to the story - Ryan's report to the police was made via the non-emergency line in the form of an inquiry ..."

"Based upon this report of orderly lawful conduct to the police, it's not clear why a police unit was dispatched in the first place ..." ...
 

MI: Lansing officer's shooting probed
Submitted by: Mitch

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"Authorities are trying to determine if a woman who shot her husband this weekend after an apparent fight was justified in using the gun."

"Colin Kacmarsky, 33, a Lansing police officer, was seriously injured after being shot early Saturday morning at the couple's Dimondale home."

"Eaton County Prosecutor Jeff Sauter said there was evidence Kacmarsky's wife had been physically assaulted and injured prior to the shooting."

"The 25-year-old woman was arrested and jailed after the incident. She was released after Kacmarsky refused to give a statement to detectives investigating the case, Sauter said."

"'I decided to release her from custody and review the facts after the investigation is complete,' Sauter said." ...
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Submitter's Note: Would Colin have been arrested and jailed if his wife had hit him and he shot her?
 

Nevada draws fire after shooting down Utah gun permits
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Utah gun owners are protesting Nevada's decision to reject Utah-issued concealed-weapon permits."

"On July 1, the Nevada Sheriffs' and Chiefs' Association, which sets the Silver State's permit recognition requirements, dropped Utah from the list of states whose permit holders also may carry concealed firearms in Nevada."

"The reason: Utah does not require permit holders to prove their proficiency with a live-fire test on a shooting range." ...

"Gun Owners of Utah sees no difference in safety records among states that require a shooting test and those that don't, Clayton said. So the group does not support changing Utah's requirements to regain Nevada's confidence." ...
 

NY: Long Island buyback day nets 243 illegal guns
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"Long Island officials say 243 illegal guns were collected during a one-day buyback program held at two Nassau County churches last Saturday."

"All those who turned in a working gun were paid $200, no questions asked. Money for the program had been seized in criminal investigations and donated by police unions."

"It was Nassau County's third buyback program since last December and officials have netted a total of 982 guns. The program's goal is to reduce crime and tragic accidents."

"Authorities will also hold a press conference in Mineola on Tuesday to announce the results of a one-day Drug Disposal Program to dispose of both legal and illegal drugs." ...
 

CA: Sonic Weapons Used In Iraq Positioned at Congressional Twonhall meetings in San Diego county
Submitted by: Larry

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"'Long-range acoustic devices [LRADs] for crowd control can be extremely dangerous. These are used in Iraq to control insurgents. They can cause serious and lasting harm to humans…We want to know WHY our Sheriff Dept has this weapon,' Sal Magallanez of San Diego-based Liberty One Radio said in an e-mail sent to East County Magazine, prompting a joint investigation."

"The device was stationed by San Diego County Sheriff deputies at a recent town hall forum hosted by Congresswoman Susan Davis (D-San Diego) in Spring Valley and at a subsequent town hall with Congressman Darrell Issa (R-San Diego). The Davis Rally drew an estimated 1,300-1,500 people, including vocal conservative and liberal protest groups." ...
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Submitter's Note: The best weapons that tax-payer money can buy, to be used against the resistance both foreign and domestic.
 

OH: They were for it before they were against it: Cleveland Plain Dealer editors call for repeal of statewide preemption
Submitted by: Bruce Krafft

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"Last week, upon the occasion of the injury of two Columbus officers by a marijuana-growing suspect who fired on them with a semi-automatic AK-47 rifle, gun ban extremists quickly ran out to dance in the officers' blood."

"These groups ... sought to sell the line that the incident had occurred because the Ohio General Assembly acted in late 2006 (via HB347) to preempt local gun control laws ..."

"Over the weekend, the gun banners' accomplices on the Cleveland Plain Dealer editorial board dutifully took the gun control groups' ball and ran with it ..."

"In doing so, the newspaper failed to acknowledge that it editorialized in favor of the law on August 7, 2007, or provide any change that would explain its new position ..." ...
 

AZ: Family: Police negligent in 'Baseline Killer' investigation
Submitted by: Larry

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"The family of a suspected murder victim of the alleged 'Baseline Killer' filed a claim Wednesday against the Phoenix Police Department, citing negligence in the handling and processing of the suspect's DNA."

"In September 2006, the alleged 'Baseline Killer', Mark Goudeau, was arrested and charged on suspicion of nine murders ... One of those murders was that of 37-year-old Romelia Vargas, ... in February 2006 ..."

"The claim states that Phoenix Police collected DNA from a sexual attack on two sisters in September of 2005, but 'intentionally' waited until June 2006 to send the samples ... for testing. Police ultimately linked the DNA from that attack to Goudeau, who was found guilty of those two assaults in 2007." ...
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KABA Note: Four words children: No duty to protect
 

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