White flag? Jointogether.org will no longer publish gun violence news...

Jointogether.org, which was originally founded to combat substance abuse, began supporting gun control efforts after having received funding by the anti-gun Joyce Foundation in 1996, and again by the David Bohnett Foundation in 2001. Last week, JoinTogether.org announced that, as of May 30, it would cease its practice of publishing gun violence news. Since no explanation is given, this...

Wild Boar Blamed for Golf Course Damage

Less than a month after rabid coyotes attacked several people in a Cleveland MetroPark, Dayton’s WDTN.com reported further proof last week that concealed carry in parks is a necessary defense against (two AND four-legged) predators: From the story: Monday we told you about bobcat sightings in Germantown. It's a different story in Preble and Butler counties though. Officials at Hueston Woods State...

Dayton Daily News publishes final report on CHL Records Roundtable

On May 5, the Dayton Daily News asked about 20 people to participate in a roundtable discussion about the issues of concealed handgun licenses and the public's right to know vs. an individual's right to privacy. The roundtable was part of a national effort sponsored by the Associated Press Managing Editors to encourage newspapers to discuss open government and freedom of information issues with...

One more thing before I leave to serve my country…

----------Original Message---------- Date: Fri 20 May 2005 From: Justin S. Subject: Letter to Business Owners Hi, I am an NRA instructor and teach the CCW course. I am deploying to Afghanistan on Sunday as a Captain in the Army. Before I leave, I wanted to leave something to help continue the fight for the right to bear arms. Although I see a lot of the "No weapons" signs coming down, I still see...

Zogby Poll on Terrorism and Guns

www.JohnRLott.com Since the 9/11 tragedy, anti-gun forces have tried to use the threat of terrorism to disarm law-abiding sportsmen and gun owners. Asked whether they agreed or disagreed that banning guns would reduce the threat from terrorists, poll respondents disagreed by a margin of 75 percent. Only one in five supported the notion, and five percent were not sure. Zogby polled 1,009 likely...

CCW news from the States

D.C.: Senate to pursue gun ownership law for city Some Senate Republicans are preparing to launch an assault on the District's gun laws. Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cronyn of Texas and George Allen of Virginia are signing on as sponsors of the District of Columbia Personal Protection Act of 2005. The measure would repeal the District's prohibition against most private handgun ownership...

Canada: Crime rate 66% higher in Prairie Provinces than in 4 bordering US states

April 26, 2005 News Release Today, Saskatchewan M.P., Garry Breitkreuz, Conservative Firearms Critic, released two Library of Parliament research papers that concluded: ”Comparing average crime rates for 2003 in the three prairie provinces and in the four bordering states as presented in the report for those crimes that are similarly defined and measured in both countries, we found that, in total...

Man charged after two UDF robberies and high-speed chase

One day after a school teacher was carjacked at a Cincinnati UDF store, WHIOTV.com reported that a man is facing charges this week, having been accused of robbing two United Dairy Farmers stores and leading Dayton police on a high-speed chase. From the story: A grand jury indicted Elmer Hampton on charges of robbery by force, failure to comply and felonious assault on a police officer. Hampton...

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