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'KKK began as gun-control organization'--confirms 'Racist Roots of Gun Control'
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"UCLA constitutional law professor Adam Winkler is not likely to be mistaken for a fervent gun rights advocate. As discussed here last November, he referred to the Tea Party's generally gun-friendly stance as the 'Tea Party's Gun Problem,' in an article he wrote for the Daily Beast:" ...

"Even Professor Winkler, though, recognizes what gun rights advocates have known all along--that "gun control" laws in the U.S. are rooted in racism and white supremacy--as Clayton Cramer has forcefully and skillfully argued for decades. From the Wall Street Journal:" ...
 

Dept. of Irony: Budget axe gets honed as Obama comes to town
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Critics of Barack Obama have been joking lately that every time the President speaks the stock market takes a nosedive, so it is with no small amount of irony that headlines in both the Seattle Times and on-line Seattle Post-Intelligencer are talking about $2 billion more in budget cuts looming, just as Obama heads for Seattle Sunday for some fund-raisers."

"Among those budget cuts is one that not only alarms gun owner, but should concern everyone. You can bet law enforcement is looking at this:" ...
 

WILLFUL FALSEHOODS: Another Media Attack on the Second Amendment
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"It's amazing the lengths some on the left will go to try to make a point when attacking the Second Amendment. On September 12, 2011, Bloomberg.com writer John Crewdson admitted to knowingly signing an application that required him to swear under oath that he was following the law. He lied." ...
 

Get A Gun While You Still Can
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"How can any American – much less any American Jew – view the mob lunacy that recently ravaged London and other cities and not contemplate the possibility of similar chaos on our own shores?"

"Armed with the knowledge that Londoners would be universally disarmed by England's 'enlightened' 'gun control' laws, rioters plundered and pillaged orgiastically while timid citizens cowered in hiding." ...
 

Should pardoned felons have gun rights?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"David Scott Blackwell has repaid his debt to society, by Georgia standards."

"He served five years in prison for selling drugs. He successfully finished his probation. He was even granted a full pardon by the Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles, which would allow him to possess a gun in that state."

"But should Blackwell, now living in Franklin, be able to own a gun here?"

"Blackwell is suing the state after being denied a gun permit in Tennessee, arguing that the Georgia pardon fully restored his rights — even the right to bear arms. ..." ...
 

A message from Sipsey Street Irregulars to the Gun Rights Policy Conference.
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "The next hearing of the Issa committee on the Gunwalker Scandal will begin sometime early in October. We are promised one more after that before the end of the year. The format of previous hearings, although understandable, is unwieldy and too truncated for in depth truth-getting from a particular witness."

"The modified limited hangout release by the White House of selected emails between "Gunwalker Bill" Newell and NSC staffer Kevin O'Reilly and then the admission that O'Reilly's boss Dan Restrepo was briefed on Fast and Furious (all the while denying that the anybody in the White House knew anything about gunwalking), demonstrates their abject fear that this scandal will, at least, destroy the chances of a second term." ...
 

Reflections On A World Championship
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Woo-hoo! Just finished competing in the World Championship of IDPA, the International Defensive Pistol Association (www.idpa.com), held at Frank Garcia’s splendid Universal Shooting Academy in Frostproof, Florida. The tournament continues through the weekend."

"It was a fun couple of day with folks from Costa Rica, Italy, Romania, Venezuela, and more countries whose citizen shooters I probably haven’t met yet. The majority of contestants, naturally, were fellow Yanks." ...
 

Anti-Gun Groups Using Suicide to Trick Gun Shops into Doing their Dirty Work
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Recently New Hampshire gun dealers were sent a large manila envelope from the NH Firearms Safety Coalition."

"The packet contained a number of items with a disturbing anti-gun-rights message, including a full color poster proclaiming:"

"'Suicides In NH Far Outnumber Homicides. Firearms Are The Leading Method Attempts With A Gun Are More Deadly Than Attempts With Other Methods.'"

"The poster may be viewed here: www.theconnectproject.org/uploads/docs/Posterfinal.pdf ." ...
 

Live Streaming Video from the 26th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Gun Rights Radio Network has received permission from the Second Amendment Foundation to live stream video for the first time from a Gun Rights Policy Conference."

"This year’s conference is located at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare hotel in Rosemont Illinois a suburb of Chicago."

"Starting Saturday, September 24 at approximately 8:15 AM we will start streaming the conference live through several free services."

"We will continue to stream on Sunday, September 25 and we will try to stream as much as we can." ...
 

Gun Review: Saiga 12 Gauge Semi-Automatic Shotgun
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"To me, firearms fall into three categories. First come work guns, which protect your life or feed your family. Next are fun guns, which are fun to shoot or you can use for competitions. Then there are curiosities, which you own for no other reason than to say that you own one. Guns can fall into more than one category, but it’s rare. The Saiga 12, for me, falls squarely in the curiosity category, mainly because it was so godawful at doing anything else. Let’s take a couple minutes and examine my $500 mistake." ...
 

Gun Preview: Ruger SP101 .22LR Double-Action Revolver
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Before I began capturing the video above, Adam Deciccio told me he was going to shoot 'five rounds single action, five rounds double action.' And so I intro’ed his demo promising ten bullets a leapin’—even though I knew the $675 Ruger SP101 .22LR revolver 'only' chambers eight. That’s still a lot of cartridges for a wheelgun. And the non-dud 'dud' demos just how steady Adam is with a gun. Any gun. In this case, a Ruger that’s wikkid pissa—in theory. I mean, who wouldn’t want an Ruger SP101 chambered in .22LR to go with their higher-powered Ruger SP101? In practice . . ." ...
 

On shooting from the rooftops: Who plays with rhetoric that reflects lunacy?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"'When all else fails … vote from the rooftops.' That’s how a T-shirt logo advertising Michael Dukes’ radio show reads. What can that statement, in blood-red lettering over a black background and paired with the image of an assault rifle, possibly mean except that people who aren’t satisfied with election results should use an assault rifle to take matters into their own hands. That they should climb to the top of a building and start killing people?" ...
 

NRA President Wayne LaPierre: "Fast and Furious" biggest cover-up since Watergate
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The American people were 'never supposed to find out' about ATF's 'Fast and Furious' operation, NRA President Wayne LaPierre told attendees during a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) today in Orlando."

"As CBS News has reported previously, the ATF's controversial 'Fast and Furious' operation allowed thousands of weapons to be smuggled into Mexico and into the hands of drug cartels, and the operation is now being investigated by congress." ...
 

ATF Agent Shrugs Off The Death Of American Border Patrol Agent
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "The fact is, it’s the responsibility of gun owners and grassroots activists like you and me to keep a close on eye on our government, particularly on departments like the ATF, which has worked so hard for so long to restrict our Second Amendment rights."

"That’s why the latest emerging developments coming out of the ATF’s gun smuggling operation, 'Fast & Furious,' are so concerning." ...
 

OK: House studies Oklahoma gun laws to increase citizen rights
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"For the first time in at least a decade, state lawmakers met to review the status of Oklahoma’s gun laws in an effort to maximize citizens’ rights."

"'We are conducting a serious, thoughtful examination of Oklahoma’s gun laws,' said state Rep. Mark McCullough, a Sapulpa Republican who requested the study. 'Our goal is to develop responsible proposals for expanding the right to carry firearms in self-defense.'" ...
 

MS: Miss. TSA official charged in fatal stabbing
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"One of the top federal Transportation Security Administration officials in the state of Mississippi has been arrested in connection with the killing of TSA worker Stacey Wright." ...
 

National Hunting and Fishing Day is tomorrow!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"National Hunting and Fishing Day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the conservation efforts of outdoorsman across the nation."

"Always the fourth Saturday in September, NHF Day 2011 will be Sept. 24."

"Help us celebrate this special annual 'holiday' established by Congress (in 1972) to recognize hunters, anglers and recreational shooters for their leadership and contributions to conservation in America. Through dues and contributions to conservation organizations, hunters give an additional $280 million annually for wildlife and habitat." ...
 

FL: Guns are a loaded issue for doctors
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A recently passed bill in Florida, the 'Privacy of Firearms Owners Act,' infringes upon both free speech and doctor-patient confidentiality. The Florida law (EB 155) makes it a crime for physicians to record firearms ownership information except if the information is relevant to the patient's care and safety or the safety of others."

"This piece of legislation is not about Second Amendment rights, but rather a restriction on the right of free speech between doctors and their patients." ...
 

OH: Central State University Pre-Law School Day - HB256 Guns on college campus debate
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Third Annual Central State University Constitution/Pre-Law Day was held Sept 15 at the College of Education and Natural Sciences. It was quite an eventful day. The activities included various law colleges on hand to speak with the pre-law program students regarding their programs. The next activity was very important to the pre-law program at CSU as agreements were signed with four additional law schools. This provides the students more opportunity to enter law school following graduation from CSU. The final phase was the debate on HB256 (Rep. John Adams) which will allow concealed carry on college campuses and also allow concealed carry without a license for persons not otherwise prohibited." ...
 

NY: Subway Crime Up 17 Percent: NYPD
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"A recent string of subway attacks in New York City, including the robbery and attempted rape of a woman on the F train Thursday, are part of a citywide crime spike underground, according to officials."

Crime in the subways is up 16.6 percent over the same period last year, according to the NYPD." ...
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SUBMITTER'S COMMENT: Life in Billionaire Bloomberg's earthly paradise.
 

TX: Former Houston police officer gets 20-year sentence for stealing $656K from police union
Submitted by: jac

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"A former Houston police officer who confessed and pleaded guilty to stealing at least $656,000 from the Houston Police Officers Union was sentenced today to 20 years in prison."

"'I think you're remorseful, no question,' State District Judge Michael McSpadden told a teary-eyed and choked-up Matthew Calley, 46, of Magnolia, after his ruling."

"The judge also praised Calley's exemplary police record and described the folder of support letters and professional commendations the former officer received during his roughly 25-year career." ...
 

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