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Anti-hunting organization endorses John "I'm a hunter" Kerry
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"...in terms of public policy, if not in personal participation, John Kerry is the clear choice for people who care about animals. He has been a strong advocate and supporter of pro-animal legislation throughout his political career. He has regularly scored high ratings on the Humane Scorecard, most recently scoring 100+ during the 108th Congress. ..."
 

Sportsmen for Kerry Edwards?
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"Besides the cursory newspaper articles about how John has hunted since a child (a la Clinton in 1992), John Kerry espouses the belief that there should be reasonable controls placed upon gun ownership and availability. The only issue gun owners may have with this is that every restriction that comes along is reasonable to him. Like Clinton, the 2nd Amendment is about hunting. And like Clinton, he believes he should tell us what is reasonable and what we need."
 

Remarks by the President and the Mrs. Bush at Victory 2004 Rally
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"If you consistently vote against the rights guaranteed by the Second Amendment as my opponent has, you are not the candidate of the conservative values. ..."

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And if you promise to sign an unconstitutional ban on "assault" weapons are you the candidate of conservative values?
 

AZ: Libertarian candidate: Scrap IRS, drug laws
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"Legalization of marijuana, loosening of immigration laws and levying of vetoes on proposed government bills were some of the many subjects tackled by libertarian presidential candidate Michael Badnarik during two separate speeches on campus last night." ...

"Badnarik told both crowds if elected president, he would work to protect the liberties of all U.S. citizens. That, he said, entailed abolishing many government agencies, doing away with government regulations on gun control and ensuring that gay marriage be legalized."

"The candidate told supporters that he believes many of the government's regulations, agencies and policies are unconstitutional."
 

Dave Kopel: Follow the Leader
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"Islamist terrorists in Beslan, Russia, are currently holding hundreds of children hostage, threatening to execute them. No one knows how this horrible situation will end; but we do know that it could have been prevented. Decades ago, Israel adopted a policy that swiftly ended terrorist attacks against schools. Earlier this year, Thailand adopted a similar approach. It is politically incorrect, but it does have the advantage of saving the lives of children and teachers. The policy? Encourage teachers to carry firearms."
 

IN: Student Accused Of Bringing Gun To High School
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A 17-year-old at Arsenal Technical High School accused of bringing a pellet gun to school and leading police on a short chase Friday has been suspended, authorities said.

The trouble began when students at the school, located at 1500 E. Michigan St., notified an Indianapolis Public Schools' police officer about 7:30 a.m. that they believed the teen had a gun.

When officers arrived at a courtyard where a group of about 20 students had gathered, the suspect reportedly threw the pellet gun into a trash container and took off.

No one was hurt, police said.

Officials questioned the student and said an investigation would determine if the teen would ultimately be expelled or arrested.
 

LA: Jackson students arrested in gun case
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"Police have arrested two students at the Jackson School Complex while investigating a report this week that a gun was on the campus."

"Police Chief Mitch Giroir says 17-year-old Robert Scott and a 14-year-old girl each was booked with possession of a firearm in a school zone. The girl, whose name was not released because of her age, was also booked with possession of a firearm by a juvenile."
 

TX: High school locked down while officials search for reported gun
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"League City police officers and Galveston County Sheriff's deputies sealed off Clear Creek High School after a student reported he saw another student with a handgun. Nervous students were kept in classrooms while authorities searched for the weapon, but that did not keep teens from calling their parents." ...

"There was a BB gun, an air type BB gun, that was found in a locker. It looked like a handgun, but it was a BB gun." ...

"Like all school districts across the country, Clear Creek ISD has very strict rules when it comes to weapons in the school. A BB gun qualifies as a firearm."

"The district defines firearms as any device designed, made, or adapted to expel a projectile through a barrel by using the energy generated by an explosion or burning substance. ..."
 

Russia: Russians Storm School; 150 May Be Dead
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
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"Commandos stormed a school Friday in southern Russia and battled separatist rebels holding 1,200 hostages, as crying children, some naked and covered in blood, fled through explosions and gunfire. An official said the death toll could be significantly higher than 150."

"The ITAR-Tass news agency reported 646 people were hospitalized, including 332 children, in the latest soft-target attack blamed on Chechen separatists and their allies in more than a decade of violence." ...

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A horrible tragedy, but as the Israelis have discovered, when you arm teachers, schools are no longer "soft targets" for terrorists.
 

Gun maker plans lure for buyers
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft
Website: http://home.comcast.net/~bruce.krafft/

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"Smith & Wesson has launched a program to communicate better with customers and stage events in Springfield and elsewhere to draw gun buyers."

"The program is dubbed Club 1852 in honor of the year in which Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson first went into business together. Almost 10,000 customers have signed up for the program in the several months Smith & Wesson has been shipping information about it with new products."

"The program will include a series of shooting and social events, including an annual meeting in Springfield for program members." ...

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Poster's Note: I believe I communicated with S&W quite well. They sold out gun-owners by signing the agreement with the Clinton administration and I told them I would never buy one of their guns, ever, under any circumstances, until they repudiated the agreement and apologized to law-abiding gun owners everywhere. Then when they said the CA .50 cal ban was "premature" (i.e. it's not wrong, or evil or unconstitutional, just premature) I wrote them again telling them that again, they had lost a potential customer (and enclosed copies of the receipts for my .45 Para-Ordnance, my .357 Ruger and my 9mm Baby Eagle).
 

Final Countdown Has Begun On Clinton Gun Ban (NRA)
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"With Congress set to come back from its Summer District Work Period on September 7, only a handful of legislative days remain before the Clinton gun ban is due to expire on September 13."

"With time running out, two things are certain:

1 - The anti-gunners will re-double their efforts to expand and extend the ban (in fact, next week, the Brady Campaign will once again roll out its typical and ongoing dog-and-pony PR show to blame inanimate objects for the acts of criminals)

2 - and we can not take anything for granted!"
 

CO: Jim Brady: Senate Candidate Pete Coors 'Must Be Dipping Into the Product'
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"The Brady Law's background checks have stopped more than a million felons, fugitives and stalkers from buying guns. The assault weapons ban has saved the lives of police officers and innocent civilians. And if you abuse your spouse, you should lose the right to purchase a firearm. And machine guns on our streets? Mr. Coors must hunt some pretty remarkable deer."

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1 - Read a history book, Mr. Brady. Pick up the Federalist Papers and the Anti-Federalist. Examine what the Second Amendment is really about. It is not about hunting.

2 - The Brady Law's background check may have stopped fugitives, felons and stalkers from purchasing guns, but ONLY where background checks are performed - via legal means. The last time we checked, Mr. Brady, criminals, for the most part, do not purchase their weapons via legal means. And as far as we understand, Mr. Brady, black market gun dealers do not perform background checks.

3 - The "assault" weapons ban has been completely useless. There is no data to indicate that it has saved ANYONE's life, except maybe the Korean shop owners who used these weapons in 1992 to save their lives and property from the LA rioters.
 

ME: UMaine offers storage for student guns
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"For a handful of students at the University of Maine, buying textbooks, fine-tuning class schedules and checking in weapons are all normal parts of their back-to-school routine."

"Student hunters, martial arts enthusiasts and paint-ball fiends are welcome to live on campus or in fraternity and sorority houses, but they must lock their weapons up at the UMaine Department of Public Safety, where a room is earmarked for that purpose." ...

"A 2003 nationwide poll of 150 schools showed that UMaine is one of only 11 schools that has storage facilities for guns on campus, according to Alliance for Justice, an association of advocacy organizations." ...

"If students want to keep their weapons close at hand, they have no other option. University policy prohibits students from keeping or using weapons, including firearms, BB guns, bows, rockets and slingshots anywhere on campus, or in vehicles driven on campus."

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Of course if a student is attacked on campus or in a frat house, they'll have time to run to the "gun room" and get their firearm for self defense, right? Right?
 

ND: Bar owner tired of getting robbed
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"The owner of the Sand Hill Supper Club in Fertile, Minn., says he's getting pretty tired of getting robbed, especially now that guns are involved." ...

"This time, Vetter's surveillance system, which he installed after he was robbed the third time, paid off."

"It allowed him to see the thieves breaking into his lounge and stop them before they could get away with his money." ...

"I didn't know he had a gun when I saw them on the monitor... But I would do it again. Next time, I'll bring my gun."
 

U.S. Soldier Convicted of Trying to Aid Al Qaeda
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Notice the stab at guns at the bottom of the article. What the heck does that have to do with anything, especially the story???

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" A U.S. soldier was sentenced to life in prison on Friday after his conviction on charges he tried to aid al Qaeda by detailing ways to destroy U.S. weapons and kill soldiers to undercover agents, the Army said." ...

"The converted Muslim and gun-rights advocate was from Lynnwood, Washington."
 

CA: Detectives in slaying of Calif. camp counselors test local guns
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"Two Sonoma County men who voluntarily turned in their handguns after being contacted by detectives probing the mysterious slaying of two Christian camp counselors complained that they have unfairly faced suspicion simply because government records list them as gun owners." ...

"If this is going to help them, great... But while they're in here, they're asking, 'Hey, you got anything illegal we need to know about? No, except for the meth lab in my bathroom.' C'mon guys. This is a fishing expedition."

"The other man who surrendered his guns said he, too, thinks his think civil rights were violated when two detectives showed up unannounced and asked if they could come inside to make sure the weapons were 'safe and accounted for.' "
 

CA: LAPD Narcotics Analyst Erred
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"A Los Angeles police chemist botched evidence in 47 narcotics cases, leading to a review of all 972 drug cases he handled, The Times has learned."

"The errors have prompted inquires by both the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles County district attorney's office and raised questions about the credibility of Jeff Lowe, who has analyzed drugs for the LAPD since May 2003."

"The Los Angeles County public defender's office has demanded from prosecutors a complete list of cases in which Lowe analyzed evidence. Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley, whose office learned of the problem in March, has yet to decide whether to comply."
 

PA: $5 million trooper misconduct settlement
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"The state police have agreed to pay $5 million to settle allegations that commanders failed to rein in a rogue trooper who was sexually assaulting women."

"The settlement covers civil lawsuits filed in federal court by four women, including one who was 14 in the late 1990s when she was assaulted by former trooper Michael Evans."

"Evans pleaded guilty to criminal charges in 2000 and is serving a 5- to 10-year prison sentence. The women said several of his supervisors knew he had a history of unsavory conduct, but never punished him or removed him from duty."
 

John Lott: Banning Guns In the U.K. Has Backfired
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"Worried that even showing a starting pistol in a car ad might encourage gun crime in Britain, the British communications regulator has banned a Ford Motor Co. television spot because in it a woman is pictured holding such a 'weapon.' According to a report by Bloomberg News, the ad was said by regulators to 'normalize' the use of guns and 'must not be shown again.' "

"What's next? Toy guns? Actually, the British government this year has been debating whether to ban toy guns. As a middle course, some unspecified number of imitation guns will be banned, and it will be illegal to take imitation guns into public places."

"And in July a new debate erupted over whether those who own shotguns must now justify their continued ownership to the government before they will get a license."

"The irony is that after gun laws are passed and crime rises, no one asks whether the original laws actually accomplished their purpose. Instead, it is automatically assumed that the only 'problem' with past laws was they didn't go far enough. But now what is there left to do? Perhaps the country can follow Australia's recent lead and ban ceremonial swords."
 

CA: Toy gun troubles
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"Some Gilroy police sergeants aren’t happy that a local hobby shop sells 'airsoft' guns, which look like real firearms but in fact shoot plastic BBs."

"They would like to see a law limiting the possession or sale of these replica guns, such as one that will ban their possession in Morgan Hill public places as of Sept. 24."

"Gilroy City Council members say they would consider such a law if the proposal came from Police Chief Gregg Giusiana."

"A bill that would do the same statewide is stuck in a Senate committee, but a 76-0 approval by the Assembly on May 10 indicates that opposition may be sparse. ..."
 

UK: Police close nightclub after drug inquiry
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"One of London's popular celebrity haunts has been shut down by police under new powers following a three-month undercover operation into drug dealing on the premises."

"Trap nightclub in Wardour Street, Soho, famous for its clientele of soap stars and minor pop bands, was raided by officers from Scotland Yard's clubs and vice unit at 11.30pm on Thursday."

"Earlier detectives arrested five people - two men in a nearby street and two men and a woman at a flat in Russell Square - on suspicion of possession of drugs with intent to supply. It is understood at least one gun was also found."
 

WV: What's the Matter with West Virginia?
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"During the Republican nominating convention, NPR interviewed a delegate from West Virginia who claimed to have spoken to people throughout the state. She had travelled far and wide to find what issue was of greatest importance to her fellow citizens. What she found was that the number one issue was gun control. West Virginia is a state of hunters she explained, and guns are an important part of their lives."

"With gun control at the top of the list, you might think that West Virginia was otherwise problem free, especially when you consider that no serious gun control measures are being considered other than the renewal of the Brady Bill. ...But you would be wrong."
 

Gun controls work well (Letter)
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Fifth letter on the page

"While Kooinga is correct in his inference that Great Britain and Australia have very restrictive gun control laws, he could hardly be more wrong regarding those countries' crime rates."

"The Seventh United Nations Survey on Crime Trends shows that, in 1999 for example, compared with the U.S., Great Britain had 32 percent and Australia had 40 percent of the total recorded homicide rate per 100,000 population."

"The same survey shows that the corresponding figures for homicides committed with a firearm are 4 percent for Great Britain and 11 percent for Australia, again compared with the U.S. figures per 100,000 population."

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Of course statistics confirm that crime has risen significantly after gun control was implemented in both countries, while America's crime rates have been declining steadily.

So yes, "Gun controls work well..." to disarm the victims and make them vulnerable to armed thugs.
 

NV: PV man faces weapons charge
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"Agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives seized 15 machineguns during a search warrant Friday at the home of an unidentified Pahrump man." ...

"According to McKee, Special Agent in Charge John Torres of the bureau's San Francisco field division, said, 'I've got to tell you, I'm very happy to have these extremely lethal weapons out of the ... market. I hate to think where they may have otherwise ended up.' "
 

Canada: Law in your own hands?
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"Sheldon Haynes is mad as hell, and he's not going to take it anymore."

"The Mission Heights resident put up a sign in the front yard of his 103 Street home a few weeks ago, issuing a dire warning to all would-be vandals: 'Security camera in place. Vandals will be shot.' "

"Haynes, who moved to Grande Prairie from Vancouver three years ago, said he's willing to follow through on the sign's promise. But he's coy when asked if that means he plans to shoot mischief-makers with a gun, or a camera."

" 'The warning is up. It's the truth. I'm not trying to scare anybody - that is what will happen,' said Haynes."

"He said he has put up cameras, but refused to answer when asked if he owns a gun."
 

PA: Philadelphia Police Take Direct Aim At Violent Crime
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"Philadelphia police are taking aim at gun violence in a whole new way with a program called Priority Corners." ...

"The new program targets violent crime in Philadelphia, one street corner at a time. The goal of Priority Corners is to take back street corners that have been hit hard by gun violence." ...

"As part of Priority Corners, an elite crime-fighting unit of the Philadelphia highway patrol is also targeting violent crime with Operation Rolling Thunder."

"The officers' jobs are to overwhelm crime-ridden neighborhoods and take them back from the criminals."

"One night a week, Operation Rolling Thunder sends more than three dozen highway patrol officers into troubled neighborhoods."
 

UK: MI5 machete intruder questioned
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"Detectives are quizzing a man who stormed a key Government building wielding a machete and a large knife."

"Two security guards were injured after the man went berserk in Thames House, where both the Security Service MI5 and the Northern Ireland Office are based." ...

"A police armed response unit arrived and he was hit twice with a Taser stun gun before slumping to the ground in the street."

 

UK: Castledawson family suffer terrifying robbery ordeal
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"A Co Derry family are recovering today after a gang of armed robbers forced their way into their home and threatened to electrocute them with a stun gun."

"The incident occurred at around 10.30pm last night when three masked men forced their way into the house on Main Street in Castledawson."

"Local businessman Ronnie Doey, along with his wife and three teenage sons, were tied up during the ordeal and money was demanded."

"The assailants then used a stun gun on Mr Doey and threatened to put him into the bath and electrocute him. One of his sons was subsequently put into the bath and threatened with a stun gun."
 

UK: Is it any wonder the criminals keep coming back for more?
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"Armed robbers have struck at a West Bromwich bank - mirroring a raid which took place less than a month ago at the same premises in High Street."

"The NatWest Bank was stormed by two men who pulled up outside it in a black Audi at around 10am, the same time the bank was attacked on August 6."

"Detectives said that staff in the building were threatened with a silver gun which was produced by one of the raiders before both offenders made off with the cash."

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They know the bank patrons are disarmed. They know they can get away with it. When will the Brits learn?
 

UK: DJ was secret gun manufacturer
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"A DISC jockey who built an underworld weapons factory in an suburban garage under the noses of police has been jailed for seven years."

"Shaun Halcomb, 35, set up his secret workshop in a seemingly innocuous lock-up less than 500 yards from South Norwood Police Station."

"The former record spinner amassed enough hardware at the hide-out in Dixon Road, South Norwood, to convert blank-firing guns into an arsenal of deadly firearms ready for use on the borough's streets."

"But his clandestine enterprise was foiled when police were tipped off by suspicious neighbours whose sleep was disturbed by the sound of machinery and drilling through the night."
 

Canada: Pit bulls don't chew babies; people chew babies
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"Dogs are not guns. As is being pointed out, guns are inert objects; they don’t think or react. Guns are only dangerous when a person decides to handle or use one. And as long as the gun works, the consequences of its actions are well known and predictable. This is not so with animals and a case in point was the attack last week. ..."

"In a nanny state like Canada where all levels of governments have absolutely no qualms intruding on the lives of its citizens, the first solution to any problem is always to ban something. After all it is much easier to ban something than it is to regulate it. ..."
 

CA: Firearm Ban Applies Only Where Shooting Is Illegal
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"Conviction under a Penal Code provision criminalizing carrying a loaded firearm in public requires evidence the arrest took place in a city or another area where discharging firearms is banned, the Third District Court of Appeal ruled yesterday."

"The court overturned the convictions of James Edward Knight for possession of a controlled substance with a firearm, transportation of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, having a concealed firearm in a vehicle, and carrying a loaded firearm... Prosecutors failed to establish that Knight was either in the city of La Canada in El Dorado County or in an unincorporated area in which firing the weapon would be illegal, Justice Ronald Robie said."
 

MI: Top Law Enforcement Officials to Help Highland Park Residents Reclaim Their Streets at the Second-Annual 'Call to Action' Town Hall Meeting
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"More than 500 Highland Park residents will attend the second-annual "Call to Action" Law Enforcement Town Hall Meeting to continue their effort to reclaim their streets and restore safe neighborhoods on Wednesday, September 8 from 6-8 p.m. in the Highland Park Community High School. Highland Park continues to be a priority community for the federal Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative. Since the first Town Hall Meeting in April 2003, the Project Safe Neighborhoods initiative has invested more than $800,000 in Highland Park to expand law enforcement and gun violence prevention initiatives. ..."
 

OH: Order that bars gun ban is extended
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"Unless the City of Clyde requests a hearing, a temporary court restraining order barring enforcement of a ban on legally concealed weapons from public parks will continue indefinitely."

"According to records from Sandusky County Common Pleas Court, Clyde City Solicitor Barry Bova consented in a phone conversation to the extension of the original temporary restraining order imposed by Common Pleas Judge Harry A. Sargeant, Jr. on Aug. 12."

A court hearing is not required 'until and unless one or more of the defendants file a written demand for a hearing,' records show."
 

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