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Latino media Gunwalker query shows need to bypass elites to ask tough questions
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "I’m thinking of something simple, like demanding Obama to call for an independent special prosecutor to investigate government gunwalking, and to advocate prosecution of officials when warranted and severe punishments when convicted, regardless of how widespread and high up lawbreaking can be demonstrated. Or perhaps it should take a different direction and ask 'What did the president know and when did he know it?' Perhaps it should encompass both of these elements and more…" ...
 

Safer Streets 2012: What does the history of Citizen CPR have to do with the armed citizen?
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"I have a talk I call The CPR Corollary. It is an overview of my new book of the same name. Last week, I gave that talk to Pistol Packin’ Petticoats, a Republican womens club. You can see a few segments on Video on YouTube."

"In short, the examination of the movement to teach CPR to non-medical persons in the seventies was identical to the examinations of armed citizens today in 2011. How we take the controversy out of the issue of guns on campus, concealed carry of handguns, and the armed citizen in general is the substance of The CPR Corollary, the e-book." ...
 

Truth, media bias, and the collectivist dialectic as practiced by "Media Matters" in their attacks on FOX News using, well, uh, me.
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... "Nothing demonstrates this more convincingly than the 'professional unbiased journalists' actions, or lack thereof, in the current Gunwalker Scandal. I can count on one hand the number of major stories ABC, to pick a network at random, has done on Gunwalker in the more than nine months since the story broke following the murder of Brian Terry with a Fast & Furious weapon. It takes just one finger for NBC ... The overwhelming majority of 'serious newspapers of record' in the country have done hardly better."

"But as the newspapers had to make room, first for radio and then television, all of them are now being forced to make way for, and adapt to the new market forces of, the "new media" of the Internet. ..." ...
 

GRPC With Rev. Kenn Blanchard (video story)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Black Man with a Gun, Rev. Kenn Blanchard, gives his take on the 2011 Gun Rights Policy Conference in this video presentation. ..."
 

Man ordered to surrender guns – just for blogging!
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"An Arizona man has filed a federal lawsuit against some of the state's top judges, claiming they're taking away his freedom of speech and right to own firearms, all because someone didn't like what he wrote on his blog."

"'You can't suspend someone's constitutional rights [for blogging],' said Mike Palmer, who is bringing forth the legal action. 'Everybody in America blogs or Twitters, so it's a First and Second Amendment issue.'" ...
 

Praxis: The M14 Rifle. (video story)
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Gear Review: X-Treme Shooting AR-15 Two Stage Trigger
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"I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, nothing ruins a good gun like a bad trigger. Especially on the AR-15 platform, where everything is precision crafted and tuned for accuracy, even a little annoyance like an extra creepy trigger can throw off your game (and your shots). Thankfully there’s a thriving aftermarket for 'improved' triggers, so you can find one that suits your needs. Today we’re talking about the X-Treme AR-15 trigger." ...
 

Gear Review: Magpul MOE+ Grip for the AR-15
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"This is going to be a short and sweet review because there’s not much to say about a grip. It either works or it doesn’t. Magpul has a track record for making things that fall into the 'works' category, but unlike the legions of Apple fanboys I don’t tend to spend money on something (especially sight unseen) just because the company has a good track record. I mean, look at the Nintendo Virtual Boy — I rest my case. So is this grip as good or better than the previous incarnations? Let’s find out." ...
 

Gear Review: 16" Advanced Armament Corp. Upper (.300 AAC BLK)
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"The nice thing about the AR-15 platform is that with the push of a couple pins you can change the entire ballistic profile. New barrel lengths, new twist rate, even new calibers, delivered straight to your front door without all that mucking about at gun stores. After my visit to AAC’s firearms wonderland, I was bitten by the .300 BLK bug. The silencer is still months away from being mine (the gun store lets me come visit it every once in a while), but that doesn’t mean I can’t play with the upper in the meantime. Despite ammo being rare as hen’s teeth around me (and none too cheap either) I put a couple hundred rounds through it the other day and I’ve formed an opinion. I think." ...
 

Gear Review: Burris SpeedBead
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"After my experience with the Eliminator, I started perusing Burris’ product offerings a bit harder. If you’ll remember, I dinged the Eliminator on practicality, but gave it big props for doing REALLY cool things. I have one of their AR P.E.P.R mounts that has performed flawlessly, and Burris offers some really innovative gear. The Speedbead seems to be in that same vein. ... Of course, red dot sights on shotguns aren’t new. Turkey hunters have been using them for years. However, using a low profile red dot mounted at the far rear end of the gun seems pretty forward thinking to me (so to speak). Burris is not messing around with their advertising either. This sight is meant for shooting things out of the sky . . ." ...
 

Brady Campaign Takes Aim at Walsh Gun Comments
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"Tea Party Congressman Joe Walsh told a crowd in Huntley, Illinois that guns were the last line of defense for people against their government."

"'The most important amendment in that Bill of Rights is the Second Amendment,' Walsh said ... 'It protects every other amendment. It is the last line of defense between us and our government.'"

"Illinois is the last state in the country to not have a concealed carry law, and Walsh would like to see that change. He promised to become a 'cheerleader' for gun rights."

"But his comments have drawn fire from anti-gun activists The Brady Campaign, who are worried the his quip about using firearms as a defense against government sends the wrong message." ...
 

Fox Taking Liberties With The Truth About Proposed UN Arms Treaty
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"Suggesting the United Nations is coming for your guns is among the longest running pieces of scarelore for the National Rifle Association and other gun lobby groups. Today Fox News got in on the action, airing a segment that recycled the paranoid accusations most recently seen in NRA fundraising efforts."

"The segment, produced as part of Fox's 'Taking Liberties' series, appeared on today's episodes of America's Newsroom and Happening Now, correspondent Douglas Kennedy interviewed critics of the proposed treaty who inaccurately describe its intended goals." ...
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Submitter's Note: Except of the international treaty models its language on CIFTA, you would need a gov't license to so much as load a firearm.
 

Armor-piercing rounds include hunting bullets
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... "Democrats call bullets that defeat body armor 'cop killer bullets.' Sounds terrible and scary, right? But that's the problem. Democrats replaced reason with fear and asserted in fact and reality that every hunting and target rifle, including grandpappy's rusty old gun collecting dust in dad's closet, is a cop-killing machine. Now, arguments against hunting aside, if that sounds absolutely absurd to you, that's because it is."

"The NRA opposed Democrats' cries to ban armor-piercing ammo because darn near every rifle cartridge in existence would have fallen under the proposed ban. ..." ...
 

Second Amendment shouldn't include armor-piercing rounds
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"I'm not a 'liberal' by any means, but after independently thinking through guns and ammunition, I tend to agree with the liberal 'side.' The right to bear arms and load up on explosive or armor-piercing ammunition is not necessary for private individuals. In this age, I find a lack of threats to justify personal assault rifles, armor-piercing bullets, incendiary bullets or bullets with depleted uranium for an explosive impact." ...
 

OH: Woman says she's alive because she bought a gun rather than counting on a protection order to stop her violent ex
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"The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that a Columbus woman is alive today because she took steps to protect herself in the event that her estranged boyfriend chose to ignore the protection order that was supposed to keep him away from her and their 7-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter."

"From the article:" ...
"She said that Walker, her estranged boyfriend and the father of her two children, broke into her apartment in the middle of the night and came at her with a crowbar in his hand."

"She shot and killed him, using the gun she'd bought this year, Ashley said. She had feared that the protection order that was supposed to keep him away from her and their 7-year-old son and 10-year-old daughter would not be enough." ...
 

Frank Miniter - "Obama's Watergate" (video story)
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"Frank Miniter just had an article published on Project Gunwalker in Forbes Magazine. He discusses it with Cam Edwards of NRA News and says that Operation Fast and Furious may turn out to be President Obama's Watergate. ..."
 

ATF Death Watch 89: 40 Fast and Furious Firearms “Found” in Dallas
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"There are so many curious aspects to the Gunwalker scandal. There are well over a thousand smoking guns still out there, somewhere. All of which prove that the ATF 'lost control' of Operation Fast and Furious. But there is no single piece of evidence that answers the fundamental question about Uncle Sam’s gun running black bag job: why? What was the point of allowing bad guys to buy guns? The ATF claims they were going after the 'big fish' controlling the U.S. gun stores-to-Mexican drug cartel weapons trade. That hardly seems likely—as there were no big fish to be gotten. ... Equally damning, the ATF knew that Bureau-enabled guns were going awry a lot earlier than previously admitted . . ." ...
 

Drug War: Faster And More Furious – Analysis
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"In early September, Mexican authorities arrested a U.S. citizen, Jean Batiste Kingery, for smuggling grenades across the border for the Sinaloa cartel. Astonishingly, U.S. agents had released Kingery a year before when he was captured for the same offense. U.S. law enforcement officials reportedly wanted to use him in a sting operation. The Kingery case is only the most recent scandal involving the flow of weapons from the United States to Mexico. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) recently sent a letter asking the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee for a hearing on the controversial federal operation 'Fast and Furious,' which in 2009 allowed 2,000 high-powered weapons from the United States to reach Mexico ..." ...
 

Lubbock judge dismisses one NRA case
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"One of two court cases that could have expanded gun rights if successful and had drawn national attention in the debate over the constitutional right to bear arms was dismissed today by a federal judge in Lubbock."

"In a 17-page order, U.S. District Judge Samuel Cummings dismissed a challenge to a 32-year-old federal law barring handgun sales by licensed gun dealers to people under the age of 21." ...
 

CA: NRA targets SF’s gun control measures
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"San Francisco currently faces two lawsuits by the National Rifle Association attacking its gun control laws. The lawsuits are part of a nationwide campaign targeting local measures that restrict gun ownership."

"In 1994, San Francisco started prohibiting the sale of certain kinds of particularly lethal ammunition, like hollow-point bullets (which expand when they enter the body, maximizing damage)."

"In 2007, the city passed a law requiring handgun owners to keep their guns locked away or trigger-locked when not in use."

"The NRA argues that both laws interfere with an individual’s Second Amendment right to bear arms ..." ...
 

How Does Rick Perry Relax? By Shooting Off Sniper Rifles. ‘It’s My Golf’ (video available)
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"Some people go to the beach on their days off, while others unwind in their hot tubs. Rick Perry would like you to know he takes it easy by busting caps. The Texas Governor uploaded a home movie to his campaign’s official YouTube feed entitled 'What To Do On A Day Off' featuring the Republican candidate celebrating his Second Amendment rights by blasting off sniper rifle shells."

"'I don’t play golf. This is my golf,' Perry said referring to his marksmanship in what some are calling an implicit jab at President Obama." ...
 

Mitt Romney and Gun Control (video available)
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"In the recent Presidential debate, Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann said America’s voters did not need to 'settle' for the moderate candidate. ..."

"And gun owners do NOT want candidates who talk out of both sides of their mouths."

"As the [GOA]’s Board of Directors looks at the Republican candidates running to unseat radical anti-gun President Obama, we see several who have strong pro-gun backgrounds."

"Ron Paul, Rick Perry, Michelle Bachman all have solid pro-gun records and deserve a hard look from pro-gunners."

"At least one frontrunner candidate stands in contrast with a decidedly mixed record on the gun issue. While Mitt Romney likes to 'talk the pro-gun talk,' he has not always walked the walk." ...
 

IL: Rep. Joe Walsh: Legalize Loaded, Concealed Guns in Illinois
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"Republican Rep. Joe Walsh, (IL-08) has some explaining to do. The Daily Herald and Huffington Post today reported that the freshman who represents the Northwest Chicago suburbs and is a member of the Tea Party Caucus, told an audience at a Tea Party forum in Huntley, Ill. Tuesday that he would fight to legalize the carrying of loaded, hidden weapons in his state. Currently Illinois prohibits the carrying of loaded guns by private citizens."

"But Walsh's impassioned support for carrying loaded guns went far beyond the typical rhetoric of self-defense. ..." ...
 

Delegation blasts federal gun-marijuana memo
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"Members of Montana's congressional delegation have denounced a recent memo from the [ATF] that says it's illegal for licensed medical marijuana cardholders to own or possess firearms or ammunition."

"Montanans voted in 2004 to legalize the use of marijuana for certain medicinal purposes. As of Aug. 31, the state had 26,492 medical marijuana cardholders."

"Democratic Sen. Jon Tester, in a letter Wednesday to Attorney General Eric Holder and the memo's author, Arthur Herbert, assistant director of federal bureau, urged them to 'immediately reconsider this misguided effort.'" ...
 

OH: Ohio firearms and concealed carry laws change Friday, September 30 - What do these improvements mean for you?
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"Ohio concealed carry licensees, and gun owners in general, benefit from multiple changes in Ohio laws that take effect this Friday, September 30, 2011."

"Prior to explaining the changes in the laws, I must first take care of some personal business. As readers of this website are aware, last fall I had concerns about John Kasich's commitment to these two bills, should he be elected governor of Ohio. (Both bills were pending ... during the last Ohio gubernatorial election.) I wrote very confrontational posts on this website expressing these concerns."

"People are 'quick to damn and slow to praise,' so I would like to take a moment to acknowledge that my concerns about John Kasich's commitment to these bills were wrong. ..." ...
 

State lawmakers push to allow guns on college campuses
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"State lawmakers across the USA are pushing a growing number of bills this year that would legalize carrying guns on college campuses, according to groups tracking the trend."

"This year, at least 14 states have introduced 35 bills that would allow students and faculty to carry concealed weapons on state colleges and universities or loosen restrictions on gun bans on campuses, according to the National Conference of State Legislators. Meanwhile, two states, Maryland and Washington, have introduced bills to prohibit guns on campuses. None of the bills have passed so far." ...
 

VA: College's safety on
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"When you think of the College of William and Mary, do you feel safe? Could there be more ways to maintain students’ safety? Well, there could be fewer lamp posts with burned out light bulbs and maybe a bit more security at night, but we believe the College is safe. While there have been muggings and other situations that have put students’ safety at risk in the past, these situations don’t happen often. In fact, we would be hard pressed to think of a very significant breech of safety on this campus in recent history." ...
 

MI: Second man sues Detroit police over alleged beating at MGM Grand Casino
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"A man sued Detroit Police officers in federal court Thursday, claiming he was beaten with a billy club and choked into unconsciousness at the MGM Grand Casino, the second federal case filed in recent days against officers involving a skirmish at the downtown hot spot."

"The lawsuit, filed Thursday by Detroiter DaJuan Moncrief, alleges officers beat him with a billy club, broke three ribs, choked him until he passed out and falsely accused him of crimes to cover-up the alleged beating." ...
 

LA: Falsely accused sues sheriff, two others for charges
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"A Bastrop resident is suing the Morehouse Parish sheriff and two deputies he said conspired to falsely incriminate him in a federal hate crime."

"Christopher Shane Montgomery filed the suit Friday along with his attorney Charles Kincade, claiming Sheriff Mike Tubbs, Deputy Chris Balsamo and former deputy Jamie Wallis deliberately concealed evidence of his innocence in order to cover up the guilt of Wallis' two sons." ...
 

NY: Second Video of Pepper-Spraying Officer Anthony Bologna + History Of Violence = NYPD PR Disaster (videos available)
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"We were willing to give NYPD’s Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna the benefit of the doubt when we called the video of his pepper-spraying defenseless female protestors on Wall Street last Saturday a case of 'alleged' police brutality. ..."

"The New York Observer was reserving judgment on Officer Bologna, because there is a lot of misinformation being spread out there by both the NYPD and 'Occupy New York' sympathizers. But now a second video has surfaced of Bologna using the pepper-spray on another group during Saturday’s protests, just to get them out of his way." ...
 

GA: Officer accused of terrorizing citizens, still on force
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"A Metro Atlanta police officer is accused of being out of control and assaulting the citizens he was sworn to serve and protect."

"CBS Atlanta News has obtained more than 500 pages of internal affairs complaints lodged against Clayton County police officer Michael Hobbs in the last five years."

"Chief Investigative Reporter Wendy Saltzman found dozens of use-of-force reports brushed aside by Clayton County internal affairs, including claims Hobbs is terrorizing citizens." ...
 

TN: Police: MPD Cop In Murder For Hire Plot (video available)
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"Memphis Police Sgt. Norman Benjamin has been arrested by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation."

"Benjamin is charged with solicitation to commit first degree murder, filing a false police report and unlawful sale, loan or gift of a firearm." ...
 

CO: Denver tentatively reaches settlement in one police-brutality lawsuit
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"Denver city attorneys have agreed to settle an excessive-force lawsuit that would have required them to reveal unprecedented details on years' worth of police-brutality investigations."

"But the settlement does not appear to have gotten the city out of the obligation to hand over the documents. Earlier this week, U.S. District Judge John Kane — who had previously demanded that the city produce the documents in the lawsuit — ordered the city to hand them over in a separate excessive-force case. City officials have said that meeting such an order would take thousands of hours of staff time and cost tens of thousands of dollars." ...
 

WA: SPD ordered to pay $20K for denying records in excessive-force complaint
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"A King County judge on Wednesday ordered the Seattle Police Department to pay a penalty of nearly $20,000 for denying public records to a 72-year-old antiques dealer."

"Turner Helton sought the records in 2010 after a department internal investigation cleared two officers of misconduct in a 2009 incident in which Helton complained he was the victim of excessive force." ...
 

KY: Former Whitley sheriff sentenced in conspiracies
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"A former southeastern Kentucky sheriff has been sentenced to 15 ½ years in prison for being involved in conspiracies to commit extortion, distribute drugs and launder money." ...

"Hodge pleaded guilty to the charges in May, admitting he conspired with defense lawyer Ron Reynolds to extort money from people charged with drug crimes, that he conspired with drug dealers to distribute prescription pills and conspired with a former bookkeeper to embezzle and launder tens of thousands of dollars belonging to the department." ...
 

IN: Jury convicts former IMPD cop in Far-Eastside arson
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"A Marion County jury found a former Indianapolis police officer guilty of arson today for starting a fire at a Far-Eastside apartment complex."

"Jesse Russell faces a sentence of up to three years in prison. The trial started Monday and the jury deliberated for about four hours before announcing its verdict in Judge Grant Hawkins’ courtroom." ...
 

AL: Former MPD officer sentenced to 48 months for wire fraud and identity theft
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"A former Montgomery Police Department officer was sentenced to 48 months in federal prison with two years supervised release on Wednesday. The sentencing comes after a June conviction for federal wire fraud and identity theft charges, according to U.S. Attorney George Beck."

"The trial revealed that Sgt. Bradley Howard Pemberton, 41, stole his cousin’s identity by improperly accessing a law enforcement database. He then used that information to apply for and obtain a credit card in his cousin’s name for which Pemberton used for his personal use, according to information from a Department of Justice release." ...
 

WA: Issaquah incident shows fallacy of ‘gun free’ school zones
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"Out of gas, and possibly out of his mind, Issaquah gunman Ronald Ficker gave Washingtonians another real time lesson why the notion of 'gun free school zones' is a fantasy, and today’s revelations in the Seattle Times about his firearms show that some reporters sensationalize when they should be fleshing out details." ...
 

OR: Police seize 12 guns and 2,000 rounds of ammunition from Southwest Portland apartment
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"Law enforcement authorities found an arsenal of weapons and ammunition when they searched the Southwest Portland apartment of a man who threatened his neighbors late Wednesday."

"In addition to 12 firearms and 2,000 rounds of ammunition, police also found gas masks, Kevlar Body Armor and a ballistic helmet ..." ...
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H/t to David Codrea who notes: "An 'Arsenal'? Looks more to me like what you'd bring along for a day at the range."
 

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