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Friday, January 31, 2003

John Ashcroft`s political enemies mocked him for belonging to a denomination that does not allow its members to engage in dancing. As Attorney General Ashcroft has done absolutely nothing to infringe upon the rights of people who like to dance. Tom Daschle, however, is pushing legislation that could send dance promoters to federal prison. Hidden deep within Daschle`s "Justice Enhancement and Domestic Security Act of 2003" (S. 22) bill are numerous anti-civil-liberties proposals, including ballistics testing for all new firearms and language making gun shows presumptively illegal except when authorized by the BATF.

Read Original at: National Review


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