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August 11, 2004

Coors, Salazar Win Colorado Senate Primaries

The great-grandson of beer baron Adolph Coors handily won the Republican primary for Colorado`s U.S. Senate seat, triggering a face-off with the state`s Democratic attorney general...
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August 10, 2004

Who`s Constitution Is It Anyway?

Larry Kramer, dean of the Stanford Law School and a member of what he himself calls "the liberal academy," argues in "The People Themselves," that the men who wrote the Constitution...
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August 10, 2004

Bush Appeals To Minnesota Farmers

President Bush came to southern Minnesota August 4 to announce his support for an expanded federal conservation program. The crowd at a 300-acre farm near Le Sueur included local neighbors...
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August 10, 2004

Not Speaking Of One Achievement

President Bush`s single best argument for his re-election is one he can`t make: We have not been hit by terrorist attacks in our precious America since Sept. 11, 2001.Read Original...
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August 10, 2004

Judge Hears Minnesota Right-To-Carry Issue

Minnesota`s law enforcement agencies will lose a funding source if the state`s handgun permit law doesn`t remain in effect during the court fight over its constitutionality, the state...
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August 10, 2004

Move Over, Move On

Left-wing "hate Bush" groups just recently proudly announced they have raised some $75 million to run attack ads against President Bush in battleground states. A good chunk of these...
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August 9, 2004

The Gun-Law Sky Falling?

Chicken Little arrives every four years in a feather-ruffled flurry squawking about some kind of impending doom. This year she is incited to a level of hen-ish hysteria by the encroaching...
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August 9, 2004

Three Little Words

"At dinner in Paris a couple of years ago, I was asked about `this American sickness with guns.` I said, `Americans have guns, because a lot of Americans like having guns.` My host...
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August 9, 2004

Kill The Assault Rifle Ban? YES

"The 1994 semiautomatic or so-called assault weapons ban expires Sept. 13. The media drumbeat to reauthorize it has begun, and some politicians are dancing to the familiar tune, writes...
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August 9, 2004

Kerry & Guns

John Kerry, hunter, gun enthusiast, friend of sportsmen everywhere, is a man on the run from his record. That`s nothing we haven`t already seen from Sen. Kerry on any number of issues....
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August 9, 2004

New Law Protects Shooting Ranges From Nuisance Lawsuits

Under a new law signed by Gov. Ruth Ann Minner, the state`s existing outdoor shooting ranges can`t be sued by new suburban neighbors who are annoyed by gunfire. The law also prohibits...
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August 9, 2004

Liberals Gunning for “Assault” Weapons

The renewal of the assault weapons ban--instituted in 1994 and set to expire this fall--is the cause du jour for liberals. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Boston Globe, Los Angeles...
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August 9, 2004

Gun-Free America Still Aim Of Some

This campaign season, the Democrats seem to be throwing everything they can think of at George W. Bush to see what sticks. It doesn`t seem to matter if the charges are true or even...
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August 6, 2004

Bush Needs To Make It Clear

Just before closing shop until September, Senate Democrats began filibusters on four more circuit court nominees. The names and the faceless number (now 10) are ever less important...
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August 6, 2004

Guns And Deep Remorse In The Land Down Under

In reality, Australia does have a "statistical problem" with rising violent crime. So does Britain -- and both countries took unprecedented steps a few years back to not only regulate...
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August 6, 2004

Kerry Camp`s Ad Money Buys Even Race

John Kerry shelled out $80 million over five months to plaster television screens with campaign ads trumpeting his biography and priorities. So what did all that money get him? An even...
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August 5, 2004

The Ties That Bind The Senate (In Knots)

Senator Carl Levin has brought to a grinding halt the judicial-confirmation process for the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. He is a man of principle--a man who...
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August 5, 2004

I Survived The Democratic National Convention

"The Second Amendment recognizes a right to "keep and bear arms," designed by the Founding Fathers to help prevent tyranny by government. Some leftists see a movement toward a police...
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August 5, 2004

Campaigns Release Ad Barrage In Battleground States

Both sides of the hotly contested presidential campaign are unleashing a barrage of ads this week on Florida and other key states. The Media Fund, a so-called independent group supporting...
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August 5, 2004

Sharing Lawsuit Wealth

Class-action lawsuits are seen by some as a wonderful way for high-minded lawyers to come to the rescue of "the little people" who individually do not have a large enough claim to justify...
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August 5, 2004

Teresa`s Free Ride

The time has long past for Teresa Heinz Kerry to end the free ride she has been enjoying ever since she used her immense inherited wealth for the second time in less than eight years...
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August 4, 2004

Why Bush Must Be Re-Elected

"I support the re-election of President George W. Bush," writes former New York City Mayor Ed Koch. "Why? Because I believe one issue overwhelms all others: the president’s strong commitment...
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August 4, 2004

Jury Clears Beretta

An Alameda County jury deliberating a wrongful death suit against gun manufacturer Beretta U.S.A. has ruled that the gun maker is not liable for an accidental shooting of a 15-year-old...
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August 4, 2004

Former POWs Reject Kerry`s Bid

Sen. John Kerry`s bid to become commander in chief of wartime America has opened old wounds among some former Vietnam-era prisoners of war who bristle over the Massachusetts Democrat`s...
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August 3, 2004

Responsible Gun Owners Should Not Be Punished - Subscription Required

"I believe strongly in responsible gun ownership. I guess you could say that I am a big Second Amendment guy. I firmly believe in the right in this country to own and possess firearms."...
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August 3, 2004

Thud

That dull thud you hear may be the John Kerry flop of 2004. The media wanted a post-convention bounce for the Democrats` presidential nominee. The Washington Post, acting as political...
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August 3, 2004

Lt. Kerry Runs For President

Give John Kerry his due for taking aim at a key Republican constituency: the military and military families. If a prime time salute, a convention hall full of flag wavers and his own...
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August 3, 2004

The Manchurian Canard

What’s the greatest danger to America – maniac Moslems longing to resurrect the Caliphate, Stalinist states with nuclear arsenals, terrorist sugar-daddies stockpiling doomsday weapons?...
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August 2, 2004

Arms Collectors And Hunters, Gather

Nearly 300 vendors offering pocketbook-size handguns, semi-automatic firearms and Civil War-era swords, among other things, took over a space almost the size of two football fields...
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August 2, 2004

Bush`s Talk On Terrorism Draws Cheers

"I`ve come by because, first, I love to hunt and fish," Bush said. "Secondly, because I heard you`re expanding the job base here." Earlier in Cambridge, Bush said, "We stand for the...
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August 2, 2004

Newspaper: Michael Moore Faked Front Page

The (Bloomington) Pantagraph newspaper in central Illinois has sent a letter to Moore and his production company, Lions Gate Entertainment Corp., asking Moore to apologize for using...
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August 2, 2004

Big Bash Gives No Bounce To Kerry

The Democratic presidential ticket did not profit from last week`s Boston convention and even slipped behind President Bush among likely voters, a new CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll of likely...
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August 2, 2004

Kerry Leans Right

As his bus tour rolls through blue-collar and Republican-leaning districts, Kerry has repeatedly described how he began a lifetime of hunting and fishing as a young boy. And lately...
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