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July 28, 2003

NRA Leaders To Sign Books At Camp Perry

Several National Rifle Association of American officers will hold book signings for "NRA--An American Legend," in conjunction with the NRA National Rifle & Pistol Matches. "NRA--An...
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July 25, 2003

Getting Ready For The Hunt

Preparation, physical conditioning key to having a successful season Any good hunter knows the secret to a successful hunting experience is largely determined by how ready he or...
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July 25, 2003

Litigation Without Justification Is Tyranny

The NAACP this week did not distinguish itself in the advancement of black Americans, or any Americans, for that matter. Instead it became the latest in a long list of losers—liberal...
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July 25, 2003

Gun Shop Suing To Stay in Minneapolis

Mark Koscielski says he knows south Minneapolis as only a lifelong resident can. He and his business partner, Barbara Bergstrom, have driven the city twice, armed with $1,400 in customized...
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July 25, 2003

Global Gun Control

On July 23rd, Brazil`s Senate approved a controversial bill to ban almost everyone other than the security forces from carrying guns and sent it to the Congress`s other house, the Chamber...
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July 24, 2003

Pryor`s Religion Triggers Debate

A judicial confirmation hearing July 23 turned into a rancorous debate between Democrats and Republicans over whether it`s possible for a devout Catholic to be confirmed to the federal...
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July 24, 2003

Recall Of Davis Qualifies For Fall Ballot

The drive to remove Gov. Gray Davis from office qualified for the ballot Wednesday, clearing the way for a campaign unlike any other in California history. Barring intervention by the...
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July 24, 2003

House Votes To Prevent Change In Media Rule

The House voted July 23 to block the Federal Communications Commission from imposing rules allowing the nation`s biggest broadcasting companies to buy more TV stations, setting up a...
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July 23, 2003

Lawsuit Targets Sunday Hunting Bans

The state chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is taking aim at Sunday hunting bans. The group filed a lawsuit Monday asking the Ritchie Circuit Court to declare voter-approved...
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July 23, 2003

Firearms In The Capital City

Democrats are hoping that gun control won`t be an issue in next year`s presidential election. Gun control is a loser at the polls, and Democrats know it, even if they are loath to admit...
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July 23, 2003

The Issue Isn`t Gun Control But State Control

The sea to sea rally of Canada`s Unregistered Firearms Owners Association (CUFOA) has been underway for about a month. It started on June 27 in Saskatoon, and has by now pretty much...
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July 23, 2003

Congress Allows Bear Hunting Over Bait

Everybody in the hunting community is happy because a bill that would have outlawed the hunting of bears over bait on federal lands was voted down in the U.S. House of Representatives.Read...
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July 22, 2003

Judge Dismisses Suit Against Gun Makers

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit by the NAACP that claimed gun manufacturers endangered minorities in New York by irresponsibly marketing firearms. U.S. District Judge Jack B. Weinstein...
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July 21, 2003

Firearms Measure Surprises Some in GOP

Rep. Todd Tiahrt (Kan.) surprised many of his fellow Republicans last week when he offered a lengthy amendment, blessed by the National Rifle Association, to the 2004 funding bill for...
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July 21, 2003

Wisconsin`s 130-Year-Old Ban on Carry-Conceal Gets Court Change

A state Supreme Court decision allowing home owners and business owners to carry concealed weapons on their property has re-ignited a movement to relax Wisconsin`s 130-year-old ban...
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July 21, 2003

Bowless In Burbank: Hollywood Is Saying No To Bowhunting

Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Yogi Bear, and Wiley E. Coyote are breathing a little easier these days. The Burbank, California, city council has said “That’s all folks” to bowhunting. You...
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July 18, 2003

Bang, Bang...You`re Alive

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) fired a shot heard around the District of Columbia this week. Three days ago, he introduced legislation to repeal the draconian...
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July 18, 2003

Outside View: UN-friendly To Firearms

"I`m serious," says former Congressman Bob Barr. "I just spent an entire week at the United Nations in New York City. Five full days listening to country representative after country...
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July 17, 2003

Englishman Wins Seventh World Title At Clay Shooting Championship

Southeast Kansas was the center of the world Sunday. The clay shooting world, that is. Claythorne Lodge, located about 10 miles west of Columbus, Kan., was host to the FITASC World...
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July 17, 2003

Female Gun Enthusiasts Take Aim

Ladies: Want to assert some independence? Firing a shotgun a few hundred times should do the trick. The doors will be closed to men at the Geary County Fish and Game Association...
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July 17, 2003

Repeal Of D.C. Gun Ban Urged

The D.C. Personal Protection Act, introduced July 15 by Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah), would repeal the District`s ban on handguns, end strict registration requirements for ammunition...
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July 17, 2003

Wisconsin Concealed Weapons Measure Planned

Legislation that would create a permit system allowing Wisconsin residents to carry concealed weapons will be introduced July 16 after the state Supreme Court this week called for lawmakers...
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July 16, 2003

U.N. Seeking Global Gun Control?

A U.N. group is working toward establishment of an international system to register and regulate civilian possession of firearms, according to former congressman Bob Barr.Read Original...
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July 16, 2003

Feds A Better Target Of Anger Over Missing Guns

More than 800 guns are missing, including 19 submachine guns, 541 handguns and assorted rifles and shotguns. Is that shoddy accounting or criminal negligence? Is this the latest revelation...
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July 16, 2003

Concealed Weapons OK On Own Property

Home and store owners have the right to carry concealed guns on their property for a lawful purpose under a constitutional amendment approved five years ago, the Wisconsin Supreme Court...
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July 16, 2003

Judicious Class Action Reform

Decades of experimentation with class actions in state and federal courts have disclosed unanticipated abuses: forum shopping for local juries or judges hostile to foreign defendants...
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July 16, 2003

Court Denies Clintons Legal Fee Reimbursement

A federal appeals court panel unanimously ruled that the federal government is not obligated to pay the legal fees of Bill Clinton and his wife, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, for their...
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July 15, 2003

State`s High Court Says Home, Store Owners Can Carry Concealed Weapons On Property

Home and store owners have the right to carry concealed weapons on their own property for a lawful purpose under a constitutional amendment approved five years ago, the state Supreme...
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July 15, 2003

Concealed Arms Ban OK

The state`s prohibition against carrying concealed weapons is still legal despite a 1998 constitutional amendment guaranteeing the right to keep and bear arms for lawful purposes, the...
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July 15, 2003

Hunting Planned For Lion`s Den Gorge

Hunting will be allowed in an Ozaukee County park for the first time if the county`s Parks Commission approves a plan to allow deer hunting in the Lion`s Den Gorge Natural Area beginning...
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July 15, 2003

Playing With Guns Is "Good For Boys"

Banning boys from playing with toy guns is futile and may even damage their development, a leading child psychologist has warned. Confirming what many guilty parents long suspected,...
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July 15, 2003

Right-to-Carry Could Disprove Horror Stories

Gov. Bob Holden finally vetoed the right-to-carry legislation last week, expressing fears about the risks the law poses for police and children. With more than 70% of the Missouri House...
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July 15, 2003

PETA-Fried

On May 7, Cheryl Bachelder, president of Kentucky Fried Chicken, crawled to the offices of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) to petition its leader, Ingrid Newkirk,...
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July 15, 2003

U.N. Vs. Guns

Over the last decade it is impossible to find one study by either the U.S. Justice Dept. or the Treasury that measures the benefits from people owning guns. While this has been done...
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