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Bearing Arms, Braving Insults
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Paul Wilder avidly defends the right to bear arms, and he's heard all the insults. Crazy, trigger-happy, gun nut to name a few.

Standing outside a hotel ball room near LAX on Saturday where 400 gun rights advocates from around the country gathered for the 20th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference, Wilder tried to explain the stigma that he and his fellow devotees of the 2nd Amendment were up against.

 

New Orleans police can't disarm evacuees
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U.S. District Court Judge Jay Zainey ordered the New Orleans Police and St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office to stop taking weapons from law-abiding people and return any they already took in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
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Imagine that.
The New Orleans police having to abide by the law and a judge who interprets it instead of trying to make a new one.

Zainey, Jay C.

Born 1951 in New Orleans, LA

Federal Judicial Service:
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Nominated by George W. Bush on October 10, 2001, to a seat vacated by A.J. McNamara; Confirmed by the Senate on February 11, 2002, and received commission on February 14, 2002.
 

Gun law useless: Critic
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
Website: http://www.nysrpa.org

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The rash of murders on Toronto streets this summer shows that Ottawa's gun registry program does nothing to keep neighbourhoods safe, industry experts said yesterday.
 

US forced to import bullets from Israel as troops use 250,000 for every rebel killed
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US forces have fired so many bullets in Iraq and Afghanistan - an estimated 250,000 for every insurgent killed - that American ammunition-makers cannot keep up with demand. As a result the US is having to import supplies from Israel.
 

Second Amendment Hypocrites: Senators Schumer and Feinstein Pack Heat
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A recent poll conducted by the National Association of Chiefs of Police indicated that almost 64 percent of police commanders and sheriffs favor a law allowing private citizens to carry concealed firearms for protection.

At the same time, there are outspoken opponents of gun ownership, such as Senators Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Diane Feinstein (D-CA), who are carrying concealed weapons, according to WABC Radio's Mark Levin.

Not only does Schumer carry a handgun, the New York City Police Department also provides armed escorts for the good senator.

And then we have Senator Diane Feinstein on the Left Coast who possesses something more rare than a conservative Republican in San Francisco, an unrestricted concealed weapons permit.
 

Group opposed to new gun law targets tourists
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TALLAHASSEE - Enter Florida at your own risk. That's the message supporters of gun control are sending in an ad campaign designed to warn visitors about Florida's new law allowing victims to shoot first in self-defense without fear of prosecution.

The law, passed by the Florida Legislature in the spring and signed by Gov. Jeb Bush, takes effect Oct. 1. That's the day the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence will start its newspaper ad campaign in London, Chicago, Boston and Detroit and hand out fliers to arriving passengers at Miami International Airport.

 

No firearms for citizen border patrols-Calif gov.
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MEXICALI, Mexico, Sept 23 (Reuters) - California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said on Friday that citizen patrols of his state's border with Mexico must be unarmed to avoid violence.

"I never believed in armed Minutemen," the former movie star told a news conference in Mexicali after meeting with Gov. Eugenio Elorduy, the head of the Mexican state of Baja California.
 

Pistol packin' passion
Submitted by: New York State Rifle & Pistol Association
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Kathy Hill won't hunt bears because she doesn't eat them. Lara Madison loves shooting pistols for the joy of watching things blow up. Gary Davis brings extra handguns and ammunition to Sunday morning fellowship sessions. Others compare their passion to church and baseball. There are thousands of sportsmen and sportswomen like them who form the membership of local rod and gun clubs. These gun owners say the uninitiated misunderstand their character-building passion for firearms and the role their clubs play as athletic and social institutions. They say they are responsible people who enjoy a good time in good company. They are not recluses. Club officials say their membership forms the fabric of their communities.
 

Four arrested in theft of 188 firearms
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) Four Philadelphia men were arrested and charged with stealing 188 firearms from a Tioga County dealer in January, one of the largest firearms thefts ever committed in the state, federal authorities said Friday.

 

Gov launches gun safety campaign
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On Friday, Schweitzer took aim at firearm owners, announcing a statewide gun-safety initiative and championing proper handling and storage of firearms.

Schweitzer is working in conjunction with local law enforcement communities and the National Shooting Sports Foundation to support a national initiative called Project ChildSafe.

"Protecting our children is a family value," Schweitzer said. "In Montana, having guns is a family value, too. I think we can do both." Funded through grants from the U.S. Department of Justice, Project ChildSafe is conducting a series of community safety events across Montana.
 

Self-defense cases often a legal dilemma
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Although the New Hampshire Attorney Generals Office ruled on Friday that a Sept. 15 shooting at a Rochester home was justified, the law governing self defense doesn't provide a license to kill, legal experts say. Investigators determined Geoff Hamann of 80 Pine St. in Rochester was justified in using deadly force when he shot and killed Brian Gaedtke, 21, of Fremont after he had broken into Hamann's home.
 

Homeowner cleared in killing
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A Rochester man who fatally shot a home intruder was justified in using deadly force and will not face criminal charges, the attorney general's office said Friday.
 

Fla. College Police Officer Fatally Shot (By Another Cop)
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A university police officer working with the state to curb underage drinking was shot to death by an Orlando police officer outside the Citrus Bowl as fans were arriving for a football game, authorities said.

Mario Jenkins, a canine officer working with Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco agents, was killed.

Williamson said Jenkins was wearing street clothes. He would not talk about the circumstances of the shooting.

Witnesses told the Orlando Sentinel that the incident started when an undercover officer tried to break up a tailgate party. When he encountered resistance, they said, he fired three shots into the air. An Orlando Police officer saw the man with the gun and shot him several times, the newspaper said.

 

Compliance with gun registry 'virtually nil'
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A 72-year-old Fawcett man with 25 unregistered guns and a bumper sticker on his car boasting he transports unregistered firearms said compliance with gun registry in Alberta is low. "It's virtually nil," said Jim Turnbull, president of the 5,000 member Canadian Unregistered Firearms Owners Association.
 

Canada: Shootin' from the lip
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When it comes to handling any type of firearm, safety is always the key. This factor was the basis for the Firearms Safety Education program that began in Minnesota 50 years ago.
Since its inception, over a million people have participated in the program. As this number continues to increase, hunting-related accidents have declined steadily. This downward trend has made hunting one of the safest outdoor sports.

 

RK Gun Show attracts dealers from across nation
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The RK Gun Show hit the bull's-eye for Enid and surrounding community shoppers out looking for deals this weekend. About a 150 tables were set up at the Chisholm Trail Expo Center, loaded with more than just pistols, rifles and knives. "You guys (Enid) bring in a lot of good venders for the shows," said RK Inc. gun show manager, Daniel Walker said. "There are some vendors and collectors here all the way from California." Walker said the RK show in Enid had about 30 different dealers, selling guns and knives, and even more.
 

Carlson column: Firearms class focus is on safety
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When it comes to handling any type of firearm, safety is always the key. This factor was the basis for the Firearms Safety Education program that began in Minnesota 50 years ago.
Since its inception, over a million people have participated in the program. As this number continues to increase, hunting-related accidents have declined steadily. This downward trend has made hunting one of the safest outdoor sports.

 

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