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Gun Policy News, 22 November 2008


22 November 2008

Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St Paul), Column

WASHINGTON — Of conservatives' few victories this year, the most cherished came when the Supreme Court, in District of Columbia vs. Heller, held for the first time that the Second Amendment protects an individual right to bear arms. Now, however, a distinguished conservative jurist argues that the court's ruling was mistaken and had the principal flaws of Roe vs. Wade, the 1973 abortion ruling that conservatives execrate as judicial overreaching. Both rulings, says J.... (

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22 November 2008

Portland Press Herald (Maine), Opinion

Thursday's front-page headline screamed, "Gun sales shoot way up." The article that followed was long on spin but short on fact. The reader was asked to believe that the supposed jump in gun sales can be attributed directly to the election of Barack Obama and the fear of increased gun restrictions. A spokesman for Cabela's confirmed this fear because he had seen "a lot of chatter on the Internet." Yes, there is a lot of chatter on the Internet from fringe groups who... (

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Samoa,Samoa américaines

22 November 2008

Samoa News

Samoa Police Commissioner, Papalii Lorenese Neru, began giving evidence, or, testimony, before the Commission of Inquiry in Samoa last Friday Nov. 15, 2008, which continued yesterday and is likely to continue for another day at least, reports Samoalive. The inquiry in Samoa probes the alleged smuggling of guns from American Samoa to Samoa on-board the Samoa police patrol boat MV Nafanua. The guns were allegedly transported on the Nafanua during the 2008 Flag Day... (

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