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July 15, 2004

A Glorious Sunset

The ban targeted a variety of semi-automatic weapons in the midst of a public debate designed to conflate them with actual automatic military assault rifles. The ban`s logic had far...
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July 14, 2004

Woman Detains Burglar At Gunpoint

Lisa Hansen woke up and heard an intruder rummaging through her house. "He was trying to open my bedroom door," she said. Hearing only one person, she waited until the time seemed right,...
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July 14, 2004

Ruling Muddles Minnesota Right-To-Carry Law

Minnesota`s concealed-carry law was declared unconstitutional Tuesday by a Ramsey County District judge in a lawsuit brought by several churches and other groups. Attorney General Michael...
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July 14, 2004

The Two Johns

For all the firepower the Democratic candidates directed at President Bush for the war in Iraq during the primary campaign, you would think that the Kerry-Edwards presidential campaign...
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July 14, 2004

Kerry Is No War Hero, Say Vietnam Comrades

Some of John Kerry`s former swift boat crewmates will have a high-profile role at the Democratic National Convention later this month, as they attempt to portray Kerry as a decorated...
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July 13, 2004

High Bias

What makes the liberal bias in the mainstream media so pernicious is that they deny that they`re biased and insist that their twisted version of events is "reality," and anyone who...
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July 13, 2004

Liberal Loopholes

In embracing John Edwards, John Kerry has also endorsed his populist "two Americas" rhetoric and has put tax increases at the center of the election campaign. So it`s fair to ask the...
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July 13, 2004

Stabbing, Suffocating Deaths Prompt Gun Law Overhaul Calls

Greens MP Lee Rhiannon has called for an overhaul of New South Wales firearms licensing system after yesterday`s triple murder-suicide in the Hunter Valley town of Gresford. Michael...
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July 12, 2004

Kerry Photo Didn`t Show Firearms Safety

Letter To The Editor: A recent picture in the Wisconsin section of Sen. John Kerry trapshooting shows he knows very little about firearms or firearms safety.Read Original at: Pioneer...
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July 12, 2004

Bush Makes Blocked Judges A Key Issue

President Bush has decided that excoriating Democrats for blocking his judicial nominees is a potent political strategy that he will exploit in both the presidential race and congressional...
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July 12, 2004

Edwards` Life Clashes With Campaign Message

Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina seems like a decent and likable man, the political equivalent of a handsome, slightly under-ripe bunch of bananas, just the thing if you are looking...
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July 12, 2004

Kerry Hopes To Make Inroads With Rural Voters

Four years ago, George W. Bush carried rural voters by 22 percentage points over Al Gore, in an election polarized between "red" rural America and "blue" cities. This year, John Kerry...
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July 12, 2004

Veterans Weigh In On Bush, Kerry

Mike Popadak of Warren Township is the type of voter targeted by U.S. Sen. John Kerry, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. Popadak is a registered Democrat living in one...
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July 9, 2004

Reducing Crime, But Not In The Nation`s Capital

People in Washington are not allowed to defend themselves – despite the Second Amendment’s guarantee of the right to keep and bear arms – and is it any wonder that crime is so rampant...
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July 9, 2004

Maryland To Start Bear Hunts In October

Maryland officials are moving ahead with plans for the state`s first bear hunt in 50 years despite opposition from animal rights groups. The bear hunt is scheduled to be held Oct. 25...
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July 9, 2004

South African Gun Owners Say The Rules Are Way Off Target

Organisations representing gun owners and arms dealers have asked President Thabo Mbeki to order an inquiry into the the Central Firearms Registry (CFR). "The CFR is cloaking itself...
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July 9, 2004

National Concealed Carry for Cops` Sails Through Congress

The`National Concealed Carry for Cops` was sponsored by Congressman Randy "Duke" Cunningham (R-Calif.) and originally introduced in 1992. The House of Representatives passed H.R. 218...
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July 8, 2004

Trial Lawyers, Inc. Run For President

When John Kerry introduced John Edwards as his running mate, he declared, "I have chosen a man who understands and defends the values of America." "The values of America"? Don`t count...
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July 8, 2004

Dove Hunting`s Future Not A Sure Shot

Texas had its first mourning dove hunting season in 1918. Since then, way too many hunters, landowners, biologists and hunting outfitters have taken these wonderful game birds for granted.Read...
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July 8, 2004

First dove season set for September

The Georgia Board of Natural Resources recently approved regulations eliminating the dove zone line and unifying the state under a consistent statewide dove hunting season, announces...
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July 7, 2004

BBC Reports "Littered With Errors"

A significant number of BBC news reports are untrustworthy and littered with errors because the corporation`s journalists fail to check their facts, according to e-mails sent by one...
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July 7, 2004

Ohio, Michigan OK Right-To-Carry Deal

Ohio and Michigan residents with concealed carry licenses can take their weapons across the border after a reciprocating agreement between the states took effect July 6.Read Original...
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July 6, 2004

Stymied Senate Resumes

Senate Republican leaders are hoping to score a few quick legislative victories this month before the window for passing new legislation all but closes. But they’ll have to cut deals...
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July 6, 2004

Enlisting Hollywood Celebrities

After revolutionizing the political use of the Internet, the liberal advocacy group MoveOn.org is now pursuing a leading role in the electoral mobilization of Hollywood. MoveOn is...
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July 6, 2004

Not Exactly An Air-Tight Case

It`s unfortunate—but typical—that Michael Moore begins his new semi-documentary film, Fahrenheit 9/11, with a lie. The film instructs viewers that every legitimate media outlet that...
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July 6, 2004

Animosity That Runs Endlessly

Theaters are filling up with fans of Michael Moore—a propagandist who makes Oliver Stone look like Alistair Cooke. What should not go unnoticed however is that Michael Moore`s drivel...
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July 6, 2004

Slick Willie: Like Old Times

While pushing his memoir on "60 Minutes," Arkansas` prodigal son mentioned that, of all the nicknames he has acquired, he likes Slick Willie the least. "I swelled with pride," writes...
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July 2, 2004

Ever Wonder Why?

Ever wonder why some people hate America so? What is wrong with America, in the eyes of the intelligentsia? The same things that are right with America in the eyes of others. If one...
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July 2, 2004

Bush And Kerry Vie For Support Of Rural Voters

Four years ago, George W. Bush won some of his biggest and most decisive margins among rural and small-town voters. The Bush campaign fired off a news release headlined, "Top 10 Reasons...
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July 2, 2004

Democrats` Spin On Gun Control

Have the Democrats really changed on gun control? Would it matter whether Senator John Kerry or President George Bush won the election this year? Democrats have spent much time and...
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July 2, 2004

More Columbines?

For 200 years, American kids went to school with guns to hunt after classes. They did not turn them on one another. What is different? Here`s a clue. Kids are training themselves on...
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July 2, 2004

Japan Ranks 4th Among Small Arms Importers

Japan was the world`s fourth largest small arms importer in 2001 after the U.S., Saudi Arabia and Cyprus, with $151 million worth of imports of items mainly for the Self-Defense Forces,...
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