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September 17, 2004

The Balance Of Power

Americans understand the importance of the nation`s charter to our lives and our rights--the Constitution of the United States. "But what we sometimes fail to recognize," writes U.s....
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September 16, 2004

Kerry`s Nuanced View Of Gun Rights

John Kerry is a hunter--ergo he`s a strong supporter of the Second Amendment. At least that`s what he wants voters to believe. In fact, during Mr. Kerry`s 20-year Senate career, he...
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September 16, 2004

A Media Watershed

However the flap over CBS and those National Guard "memos" turns out, the past few weeks mark a milestone in U.S. media and politics. Along with the Swift Boat Veterans` ads, the widespread...
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September 16, 2004

House GOP Turns On Rather

House Republicans have demanded a public retraction from CBS News of its report on President Bush’s National Guard service, which was based on documents widely believed to be forgeries.Read...
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September 16, 2004

Dan Rather, Terry McAuliffe And Those Phony Papers

Dan Rather may have trouble finding supporters these days, but he’s always got one at 430 S. Capitol St. That’s the address of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), where on Tuesday...
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September 16, 2004

Amid Protests, House Of Commons Votes To Ban Fox Hunting

After a day of rowdy demonstrations that saw five protesters storm the chamber at the House of Commons, legislators voted today to outlaw the centuries-old sport of fox hunting with...
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September 15, 2004

Fully Automatic Propaganda

"Last week," writes Mike Adams "I was asked to go on a radio show to debate the assault weapons ban, which was passed on September 13, 1994. My opponent was a former New York City police...
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September 15, 2004

Whodunit?

CBS has chosen to bet its own credibility on highly suspect memos. Why? The consequences are plain to everyone. As former NBC News President Larry Grossman told the Wall Street Journal:...
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September 14, 2004

House GOP Proposes To Repeal D.C. Gun Bans

A majority of the U.S. House of Representatives is supporting legislation that would repeal virtually all of the District`s gun restrictions, targeting one of the nation`s most stringent...
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September 14, 2004

Kerry Misfires

John Kerry`s flip-flopping on the Iraq war is well known. His statements on hotly contested social issues have also been all over the place. (Kerry says that that life starts at conception,...
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September 14, 2004

Electing The Supreme Court

More than the White House, the future of the U.S. Supreme Court and constitutional law are at stake in November`s balloting. An unprecedented 10 years have elapsed since the last vacancy...
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September 14, 2004

Courts Run Amok?

According to Phyllis Schlafly, judicial tyranny stalks the nation like a colossus, issuing with abandon constitutional encyclicals voiding legislative enactments and executive decrees....
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September 14, 2004

Hoeffel Speaks Loudly For Gun Control

Some call this dangerous turf, a Democrat touting gun-control laws in a state thick with gun owners. But U.S. Rep. Joseph M. Hoeffel has been doing exactly that lately, talking up audiences...
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September 13, 2004

Bait-`n`-Switch

At midnight September 13, the federal ban on so-called "assault weapons" expires. As a constitutional moment, the expiration is as significant for the Second Amendment as the March...
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September 13, 2004

Assault Weapons Ban, R.I.P.

The 1994 federal assault-weapons ban was a bad job from the beginning, a fraudulent piece of legislation pushed through by hard-line gun-control advocates during the glory days of the...
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September 13, 2004

As Lapses In Parole Rose, So Did Killings

Washington, D.C., parolee Anthony Kelly, a veteran criminal, was released from prison nearly five years early. Prosecutors now are charging Kelly with killing three people, raping two...
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September 13, 2004

Democracy Imperiled

Our nation may be on the brink of repeating the 2000 Florida election debacle, but this time in several states, with allegations of voter fraud, intimidation and manipulation of voting...
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September 13, 2004

Hunters Shouldn`t Be Fooled By Kerry`s `Support`

Sen. John Kerry is going to great lengths to present himself as a pro-hunting, pro-firearms candidate. With even limited research, you will find this is clearly not the case.Read Original...
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September 13, 2004

Clinton Gun Ban Both Cause, Victim Of Dems` Loss Of Power

While the ban was a significant legislative victory for Senator Dianne Feinstein, it had enormous political consequences for Democrats -- and, critics say, little practical effect....
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September 13, 2004

Tougher Sentences Will Deter Gun Crime

Harsh and strictly enforced sentencing for anyone who commits a crime with a gun will do more to deter crime than trying to keep guns out of the hands of criminals and law-abiding citizens...
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September 13, 2004

Subverting The Constitution In High School

Parents of high school students would be well advised to look at We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution, the federally mandated text for what students learn about the founding...
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September 10, 2004

Clinton Gun Ban Was Useless Anyway

"With the federal assault weapons ban sunsetting on Monday at midnight, the gun-control movement has a lot to fear, but not what most people think. Despite claims that letting the 10-year-old...
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September 10, 2004

Whitewashing The Kerry Record

In addition to the $233 million John Kerry raised before the Democratic convention, the $75 million in taxpayer funds he received afterward and the $200 million or more that will be...
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September 10, 2004

`60 Minutes` Documents On Bush May Be Fake

Documents unearthed by CBS News that raise doubts about whether President Bush fulfilled his obligations to the Texas Air National Guard include several features suggesting that they...
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September 10, 2004

Elyria Winged By Its Wild Shot At Keeping Guns Out Of City Parks

The decision by Elyria City Council to specifically ban concealed handguns from the city`s parks carries no penalties. That makes it unenforceable, and Police Chief Mike Medders says...
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September 9, 2004

NRA Radio Ads

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September 9, 2004

Gun Rights Could Play A Significant Role In Battleground States

Large populations of hunters and gun owners in Ohio and other battleground states could provide critical support in the close presidential election, the National Rifle Association`s...
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September 9, 2004

Bush Gains In 2 Key States With Clear Leads In Missouri And Ohio

President Bush holds clear leads over Sen. John Kerry in the battlegrounds of Missouri and Ohio -- states the president probably needs to hold to win re-election -- according to USA...
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September 9, 2004

The New York Times Wants Our Servicemen Overseas Disenfranchised

In its August 31 editorial, "The Pentagon`s Troubling Role," the Times accuses the Pentagon of preparing to operate a system "...in which employees who answer to the secretary of defense...
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September 9, 2004

NRA Ads Focus on Kerry`s Anti-Gun Rights Record

The National Rifle Association mocks John Kerry`s attempts to portray himself as friendly to hunting and other gun sports, putting the Democrat in its sights with a television ad buy...
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September 9, 2004

Clinton Gun Ban Set To Expire

The Clinton gun ban, passed 10 years ago to prohibit the sale of some firearms, will end next week, and Congress will not move to extend it. "It will expire Monday, and that`s that,"...
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September 8, 2004

Who Controls The Past?

Who controls the past, George Orwell wrote in "1984," controls the future, and who controls the present controls the past. But a 72-year-old great-grandfather like Zell Miller, whose...
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September 8, 2004

Liberals Scramble to Extend Clinton Gun Ban

The National Rifle Association argues that the question, "Who needs an assault weapon?" is an illegitimate question because "in a free society, the burden of proof is not upon those...
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September 8, 2004

Let The Gun Lie Die

"The embarrassing dirty secret is that no government agency dares claim that the ban has produced any reduction in crime. More embarrassingly, no agency predicts benefits from renewing...
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September 8, 2004

Electoral College Mischief

Since the 2000 election dispute, serious people have sounded the same theme, including Sen. Hillary Clinton, who after Al Gore`s defeat called for direct popular election of the President....
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