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June 25, 2004

Meet the Flint Stone: Shots Fired At Bush From Gassy Troll

The Man from Hope and the Man from Flint are running parallel propaganda campaigns this week. That would be former President Bill Clinton, of Hope, Ark., flacking for his memoir, "My...
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June 25, 2004

Michael And Them: Moore Foes Hold Fest

Just as his "Fahrenheit 9/11" opens nationwide, several filmmakers are readying documentaries aimed at debunking Michael Moore, and a new film festival is being planned that will feature...
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June 24, 2004

Frequent-Flying Senator Pays After a Challenge by a Rival

Howard Mills does not have much money, or support, or, for that matter, basic name recognition in his bid to unseat United States Senator Charles E. Schumer. But Mr. Mills did manage...
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June 24, 2004

Docs Gun For A Ban

The 1994 Clinton Gun Ban is set to expire in September, and even some of its biggest supporters now agree that the law failed to cut crime. Still, gun-control foot soldiers in organized...
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June 24, 2004

House Passes National Concealed Carry for Cops

The House of Representatives today overwhelmingly passed H.R. 218, legislation that would allow qualified off-duty and retired law enforcement officers to carry their firearms concealed...
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June 24, 2004

More Lott, Less Moore

"Last semester, one of my students told me that he was down on America. He didn’t keep me guessing as to the reason for his shame and depression. He immediately disclosed that he had...
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June 24, 2004

Sisters Share Dad`s Hunting Bug

Heather and Chelsea, ages 15 and 14, respectively, have been hunting at Quantico with their father, Lee Davison, for the last three years. Before they began toting their own shotguns,...
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June 23, 2004

Just Like Stalingrad

According to onetime Clinton adviser Sidney Blumenthal, President Bush today runs "what is in effect a gulag." Al Gore accuses Mr. Bush of creating "more anger and righteous indignation...
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June 23, 2004

Ban Limiting Gun Records Upsetting Some

Nearly a quarter of a million electronic records deep inside the Jacksonville Sheriff`s Office are about to become a casualty of a new state law, and Sheriff John Rutherford is none...
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June 23, 2004

Sen. Lott, Other Senators Set To Probe ‘Cumbersome’ FEC

Senate Rules Committee Chairman Trent Lott (R-Miss.), concerned by what many lawmakers consider the slow pace of enforcement at the Federal Election Commission, will hold the first...
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June 22, 2004

Unfairenheit 9/11: The Lies Of Michael Moore

With Michael Moore`s Fahrenheit 9/11, an entirely new note has been struck. To describe this film as dishonest and demagogic would almost be to promote those terms to the level of respectability.Read...
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June 22, 2004

Kerry Commits

Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry`s quest for accountability seems like a vampire`s search for a sunny day—not truly desired. He always has sponsored policies that subordinate our nation`s...
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June 22, 2004

My Life In Spin

In this sense, Sunday night`s 60 Minutes hour could not have helped Bill Clinton: Here`s a guy who desperately doesn`t want to be defined by impeachment, but the bulk of the program...
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June 21, 2004

The Pastiche Of A Presidency

Bill Clinton`s much awaited new autobiography, My Life, which weighs in at more than 950 pages, is sloppy, self-indulgent and often eye-crossingly dull—the sound of one man prattling...
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June 21, 2004

Reagan`s Majority

"When House Republicans stood on the Capitol steps in 1994 and announced our Contract With America, we were standing on President Reagan`s shoulders," writes former House Speaker Newt...
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June 21, 2004

Mario The Magician

After the Motion Picture Association of America slapped Michael Moore`s film Fahrenheit 911 with an "R" rating, and it became clear that the MPAA would not budge, Moore and his distributors...
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June 21, 2004

Sign Of The Times

"Somewhere along the line, the New York Times got out of the news business and into the nation-building business. Its primary intent is no longer to provide objective information and...
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June 19, 2004

Americans Sharpen Shooting Skills

Target shooting dates back to the 14th century, and it became an Olympic sport in 1896. And while some worry about recreational gun safety, the government says a person is more likely...
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June 18, 2004

Theorists Open Book On Clinton`s Real Game Plan

Bill Clinton has written a 900-page book and is all set to promote it, but is there anything else on his agenda? Clinton`s former strategist, Dick Morris, says the timing was no coincidence....
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June 18, 2004

More Gun Control Isn`t The Answer

Gun control has not worked in Canada. Since the new gun registration program started in 1998, the U.S. homicide rate has fallen, but the Canadian rate has increased. The net cost of...
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June 18, 2004

Spinning 9/11

We`ll say this on behalf of the latest staff reports from the 9/11 Commission: They are far more interesting than the media coverage suggests. Americans who go online to read the reports...
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June 18, 2004

Kerry Search for Running Mate Intensifies

John Kerry is intensifying his top-secret search for a running mate after meeting with one top candidate, Rep. Dick Gephardt, in a secluded Capitol office. Others mentioned to be in...
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June 17, 2004

Ashcroft Cites Success In Fighting Gun Crime

Though national and local efforts against gun crimes are helping reduce incidences of violent offenses, no level of crime is acceptable, U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft said June...
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June 17, 2004

Please Pick Edwards

A cabal of House Democrats is quietly lobbying Sen. John Kerry to select Sen. John Edwards as his vice-presidential running mate. The group is trying to fly beneath the radar of their...
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June 17, 2004

Where Hip-Hop Votes

John Kerry can claim to be "fascinated" by hip-hop. He can say he hopes to succeed Bill Clinton as our second "black president." But despite the naked pandering, Kerry has failed to...
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June 17, 2004

House Panel Approves Gun Bill For Officers

The House Judiciary Committee yesterday passed a bill that allows active-duty and retired law-enforcement officers to carry concealed firearms anywhere in the country.Read Original...
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June 17, 2004

A Tradition Of Hunters--And It`s Safety First

Since courses started in California 50 years ago, the hunter injury/accident rate has dropped by 87%. Other states, which run similar programs, report similarly positive results. Proof...
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June 16, 2004

Gun Group`s Radio Show Tests Limits On Advocacy

In a direct challenge to federal limits on political advocacy, the National Rifle Association plans to begin broadcasting a daily radio program on Thursday to provide news and pro-gun...
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June 16, 2004

The U.N. Investigates Itself

In a stunning development that even the United Nations` fiercest critics will surely hail as a turn for the better, Secretary-General Kofi Annan announced yesterday that he is "entirely...
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June 16, 2004

Weapons Of Mass Instruction

When visitors walk into the new Frazier Historical Arms Museum, the first thing they see is an 1880s Gatling gun. But if they think this is merely another gun museum, they soon learn...
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June 16, 2004

L.A. Times Poll Draws Fire

Republicans are accusing the Los Angeles Times of conducting a bogus political survey. A Times poll released June 10 showed Democratic Sen. John Kerry leading President Bush by 51 percent...
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June 16, 2004

Carry Permit Requests Piling Up

Faced with a backlog of pending Right-to-Carry applications, the Lorain County, Ohio, Sheriff`s Department will restrict the days and times that it will accept applications. ``This...
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June 15, 2004

New Objections To Michael Moore Movie

Move America Forward, formed in May to rally support for U.S. troops and the war on terror, has asked the public to call and e-mail executives at theater chains scheduled to show Fahrenheit...
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June 15, 2004

New Poll: Police Chiefs Support Firearms Rights

The National Association of Chiefs of Police recently released its 16th Annual Survey of Police Chiefs and Sheriffs, and some of the survey findings are surprising and compelling.Read...
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June 15, 2004

Federal Hammer Falling On Convicted Felons With Guns

An increasing number of gun crime suspects are being prosecuted in federal court, where the prison terms for carrying illegal guns are much harsher, and there`s no such thing as parole.Read...
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June 15, 2004

Canadian Gun Registry Proves To Be A Hot Campaign Issue

The federal election has reignited anger in southeast Saskatchewan over the smoldering issue of gun control. Indeed, the federal gun registry is the most important issue in the campaign...
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