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Very important that you watch the full interview. Sheriff Mack's new book The County Sheriff - America's Last Hope presents a plan with which we can avert catastrophe brought about by domestic enemies in the federal government. The full interview can be seen at Action For Liberty Website

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Lew Rockwell

Fifty-seven percent (57%) of Americans say gun sales are up in the United States because of a fear of increased government restriction on gun ownership. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that just 23% say gun sales have risen because of a fear of increased crime. Twenty-one percent (21%) are not sure. Sixty-three percent (63%) of men say the threat of more gun control is behind increased sales, compared to 51% of women. Fifty-nine percent (59%) of whites agree, while African-Americans are more closely divided on the question.

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Houston Chronicle

In front of a run-down shack in north Houston, federal agents step from a government sedan into 102-degree heat and face a critical question: How can the woman living here buy four high-end handguns in one day?

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 The Arizona Department of Public Safety office that processes permit applications for licenses to carry a concealed weapon has already cut its staff in half in an attempt to comply with directives to save money during the tax revenue downturn. Now, the potential shutdown of the state government threatens to shutter the office all together. Let's get an insider's point of view.

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Rand Paul, G. Edward Griffin & Guns in Church Posted by shelly on Thu, 06/25/2009 - 9:54am in * Economy Introducing a new podcast at BTM called Take Back TV! The first two episodes are up, with more on the way covering some of our favorite guests & topics: Rand Paul:

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PAUL DAVENPORT / Associated Press Writer

[There is a danger that people would realize how useless Law enforcement is ED] Law enforcement officials on Thursday said public safety would be put at risk by proposed legislation that would allow Arizonans to carry concealed weapons without state permits and allow those with permits to take concealed weapons to schools when picking up and dropping off students.

State Sen. Sylvia Allen, the bill's sponsor, said public safety would be enhanced, not diminished, if her bill becomes law, particularly in the state's urban areas.

One of several gun-rights measures advancing in the Legislature, the bill would replace the current misdemeanor for carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, with one prohibiting use of a concealed weapon for violent or other serious crimes.

The bill (SB170) proposed by Allen of Snowflake and

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NRA-ILA has recently received several calls from NRA members in border states who have been visited or called by agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. In some cases, agents have asked to enter these people's homes, and requested serial numbers of all firearms the members possess.

In each case, the agents were making inquiries based on the number of firearms these NRA members had recently bought, and in some cases the agents said they were asking because the members had bought types of guns that are frequently recovered in Mexico.   Some of the agents have used heavy-handed tactics.

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AZ Central

Law-enforcement officials are working to quash a proposal that would allow gun owners in Arizona to carry concealed weapons without a permit.

The proposal, which is scheduled to be heard today in the Senate Judiciary Committee, has sparked a debate over what restrictions should be placed on gun owners who wish to carry weapons in public buildings, schools and other places.


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PHOENIX -- A Mesa homeowner used a shotgun to defend himself during a home invasion late Wednesday night, authorities said. According to Mesa Police Department spokesman Sgt. Ed Wessing, two men armed with guns and demanding money forced their way into the home near Stapley Road and Southern Avenue. The intruders rounded up the four men who live there and forced them into a room, Wessing said.

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Washington Post

The federal government has failed to develop an coordinated strategy to stop the illegal trafficking of firearms into Mexico, according to a new government report.

The General Accountability Office investigation cites Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives data that approximates 87% of firearms seized by Mexican authorities and submitted to the U.S. for tracing in the last five years came from the U.S., and found that roughly one quarter of the guns seized are high-caliber, high-powered assault style weapons, including AK-47s and AR-15s.


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Barack Obama supports handgun registration and licensing... I know that the NRA believes people should be unimpeded and unregulated on gun ownership. I disagree. I do not object to the lawful use and ownership of firearms, but I do think it is entirely it appropriate for the state to monitor it. Too many of these guns end up in the hands of criminals even though they were originally purchased by people who did not have a felony. I'll continue to be in favor of handgun law registration requirements and licensing requirements for training. [Chicago Defender, 7/5/01] and more....

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WTAN Radio/Freedom Works! Show

Excellent discussion between Christine Smith & talk show host Paul Molloy on a variety of aspects of gun control & The Second Amendment.  (17-minutes in length)

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According to the email, any attempt “hide” the items will be dealt with severely. “Please do not try and hide this as all weapons and equipment not accounted for will be reported to the FBI and BATF as stolen military equipment,” writes Dan West, retired Sgt. USMC.

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 "The only thing that can stop a bad person with a gun is a good person with a gun. Law enforcement can't be everywhere, so law-abiding people should have as many options as possible if and when they are attacked." (Vote in their poll - Ed)