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Cell Phones Will Be Scanned at U.S. Airports
Submitted by: KABA Newslinks Director
Website: http://www.GunControlVictories.com

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"If you're wondering why security officers want to X-ray your cellular phone, it's because guns disguised as phones have been found in Europe."
 

The Ultimate National ID for Real Americans
Submitted by: KABA Newslinks Director
Website: http://www.GunControlVictories.com

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"in the next few days or weeks, we're gonna hear The Powers That Be in DC try to push a federally-mandated smart-card national ID ... "For your own good and the good of our country." Anyone who resists this could risk, in the present climate of high emotions, being branded as "unpatriotic" "and "unsupportive of national security."

So rather than merely resist, here's my idea on how to deal with this impending Big Brother national ID nastiness." --Tina Terry
 

When the FBI guys come knocking, it's the worst of times
Submitted by: KABA Newslinks Director
Website: http://www.GunControlVictories.com

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"I harbor no ill will toward those agents who interviewed me. I realize that they were just following orders. Like other Americans who are Muslims or of Arabic ethnicity, I earnestly support the FBI's attempts to vigorously investigate this heinous terrorist act and bring those responsible to justice.

What I do not appreciate is being singled out for questioning merely because of my faith, my ethnicity or my legitimate political activism." --Riad Z. Abdelkarim
 

Abby Newman: Justice Denied
Submitted by: Melissa Seaman

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GOA Alerts -- To underscore the danger of this abuse of power, and the danger it poses to gun owners, consider a Denver Federal appeals court decision a few weeks after the August conviction of Abby Newman.

The court, by a 5-4 decision, furthered the erosion of the Fourth Amendment by allowing police to ask stopped motorists (like Newman) whether they have a loaded gun even if officers don't suspect weapons are in the vehicle.
 

US May Confront Its Own Arms, Experts Say
Submitted by: KABA Newslinks Director
Website: http://www.GunControlVictories.com

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As US military planners prepare the final details of a retaliatory strike inside Afghanistan, they seem keenly aware of what's known in the intelligence community as "blow-back."

Defined as US-made weapons and military expertise that are turned against US troops, "blow-back" is a distinct possibility - perhaps an inevitability - in Afghanistan, according to US intelligence sources, military analysts and weapons specialists.
 

The Poster and the Map: Bin Laden vs. Congress
Submitted by: Angel Shamaya

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"I believe that Americans have completely misunderstood the events of 9-11. The attack was not a direct assault on the United States primarily for the sake of making us fearful. It was part of a recruiting campaign. The response of the street people in Palestine was what he had in mind. He gave alienated Palestinians an event to celebrate." --Gary North
 

Bush Contemplates National ID Card for All Citizens
Submitted by: Kevin

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"I can tell you this, the president is very reluctant [to issue a national ID card]," a top White House source said on Sunday. "But we must look at all options."

Just as House Democratic Leader Richard Gephardt [D-MO] says Congress should quickly move to open debate on security measures such as a national ID card. "We are in a new world," Gephardt said. "This event will change the balance between freedom and security."
 

UK: Fingerprint ID cards possible in two years
Submitted by: Kevin

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A national identity card bearing fingerprints could be introduced in the United Kingdom within two years at a cost of up to £600 million, computer firms said yesterday.

Mr. Conway said that infringement of civil liberties was an important issue, but suggested that the card should be made as "user-friendly as possible".
 

One Gun
Submitted by: KABA Newslinks Director
Website: http://www.GunControlVictories.com

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"What about our right to privacy? Our right to keep and bear arms? Our right to freedom of the press? Our right to worship as we choose? How long will it be until these are all construed to be illegal acts of terrorism? ... One Gun is all that it would have taken to stop the box-cutter wielding terrorists." --Danny Keeling
 

The Gun Lobby Is Once Again "Out Of Step"
Submitted by: Kevin

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The people who are targeting innocent Americans because they speak Arabic or vaguely resemble Osama bin Laden also are guilty of terror. Our difficulty now is in separating real from imagined threats.

"The willy-nilly sale of guns to those who suffer from prejudice, ignorance and fear can pose as much a threat as bin Laden, especially when the paranoid gun buyer views his government and fellow Americans as the enemy." --Tallahassee bureau chief John Wark can be reached at 850.222.8382
 

Bush prods Congress on "Terror Bill"
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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"The United States will remain vulnerable to terrorist attacks unless law enforcement agencies are given a wide range of new counterterrorism tools, including improved wiretap capabilities and easier access to voice mail and Internet users’ personal information," Attorney General John Ashcroft told lawmakers Monday.

But momentum for passage of anti-terrorist proposals has slowed in Congress, and some members are questioning the constitutionality of some of the tools Bush seeks.
 

Cellphone guns: New security risk?
Submitted by: Doug Charette

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In the wake of recent terrorist attacks in New York City and at the Pentagon, U.S. officials have begun beefing up security at airports, at border crossings, in ports across the nation and at other points of entry.

A new type of gun could cause authorities problems, however, because it doesn't look like a gun – it looks like a cellular telephone.
 

Netscape Homepage Poll running in favor of armed pilots
Submitted by: Michael Pelletier

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A Netscape poll asking whether the respondant is for or against arming pilots is running 73% in favor as of 12:30pm EST September 25. See the results at the link above; enter your opinion at the Netscape home page.
 

Don't mess with mama
Submitted by: Jeff

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Art with great message.
 

Officer pleads innocent in shooting cover-up
Submitted by: Kevin

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Jorge Castello is one of 13 members of special Miami police squads charged with planting guns after four police shootings that left three people dead. He's also accused of lying to cover for fellow officers.
 

Chilean held without bond on plane threat charge
Submitted by: Kevin

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Juan Carlos Riquelme San Martin, who identified himself as a clothing designer, was on the first jet from Miami to Chile after international flights resumed following the attacks Sept. 11. "In trying to get a better seat, he told a flight attendant that he had a bomb."
 

National Homeland Security Agency Act, H.R.1158
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{CLICK HERE FOR TEXT OF H.R.1158}

Many people are not aware that the National Homeland Security Agency is not a new idea. It was originally conceived by the Clinton Administration and a final draft of the report on the plan to create this agency was finally released on Jan 31, 2001. The link above goes to the text of House Bill 1158 introduced on MARCH 21, 2001.
 

September 11th: The Real Cost of Gun Control
Submitted by: annie
Website: http://www.codyexpress.com

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"Our current gun-control laws are far too protective of terrorists and far too dangerous for honest citizens ... Congress needs to immediately change the law that restricts honest, CCW licensed citizens from traveling anywhere without their firearms." --Joseph G. Lolli
 

Mom's questions remain after police officer's trial
Submitted by: Kevin

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“All we seek is the truth,” she said. “But justice is not for everybody ... This is not a black and white issue. If it involves a police officer it's not justice — it's just us.”

Officer Roach, who fatally shot 19-year-old Timothy Thomas, is charged with two misdemeanors: negligent homicide and obstructing official business. The charges combined carry a punishment of up to nine months in jail.
 

Armed Pilots offer added Protection, new "Danger"
Submitted by: BobL

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A report on the Congressional hearings regarding arming airline pilots.

Some of the "objections" raised:

"I don't think the pilots want to get into a gunfight at 31,000 feet."

"the risk [of] a stray bullet going through a passenger window. That could lead to rapid decompression."

"if pilots are fighting hijackers, they might be hard-pressed to return to their control chairs."

"What if a handgun accidentally discharges in the cockpit?"

"What if the hijackers themselves have guns and a shootout ensues, with passengers caught in the middle?"
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
"Some people think that the Second Amendment is an outdated relic of an earlier time. Doubtless some also think that constitutional protections of other rights are outdated relics of earlier times. We The People own those rights regardless, unless and until We The People repeal them. For those who believe it to be outdated, the Second Amendment provides a good test of whether their allegiance is really to the Constitution of the United States, or only to their preferences in public policies and audiences. The Constitution is law, not vague aspirations, and we are obligated to protect, defend, and apply it. If the Second Amendment were truly an outdated relic, the Constitution provides a method for repeal. The Constitution does not furnish the federal courts with an eraser." --9th Circuit Court Judge Andrew Kleinfeld, dissenting opinion in which the court refused to rehear the case while citing deeply flawed anti-Second Amendment nonsense (Nordyke v. King; opinion filed April 5, 2004)

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