''Road rage deputy'' on the street as trial approaches

Ohioans For Concealed Carry has learned that a Franklin Co. Deputy accused of aiming a gun at a Columbus cabbie and saying "I’ll shoot you dead" last May is finally going to face a jury. When Columbus police stopped Brinkley’s car, they did not file any charges. Instead, they told the victim that he could pursue charges through the city prosecutor’s office. When news of the incident became public...

Lima News: Good theology, but RIGHT hand does not know what Left is doing

The Lima News has published an excellent editorial examining the expansive growth of violent crime in countries where guns are banned. It starts like this: A Gun Lesson From Britain All too often, government officials believe the cure for a failing policy is more of the same. That’s the case with a near-total ban in firearms in Great Britain. Gun control activists and politicians in the United...

Loveland gun range on ballot Feb. 8!

The Cincinnati Enquirer reported Saturday that residents will decide Tuesday about the fate of a proposed indoor shooting range on Loveland-Madeira Road. The owners of Shooters Supply, a 16-year Loveland business, are proposing a new retail store and indoor shooting range on Loveland-Madeira. The newspaper reports that Loveland council last year passed an amended gun law that allows the range,...

Patron subdues would-be armed robber at Fremont Wal-Mart store

The Fremont News Messenger is reporting that a Columbus man was arrested Saturday night after he was accused of trying to steal merchandise and threatening store employees with a knife when they tried to stop him. According to a report from the Fremont police which as refernece by the newspaper, about 7 p.m. Saturday, Ian Wilson, 24, of Columbus, attempted to steal two pairs of scissors, a box...

Letter to the Editor: Resnick's run-in raises questions

February 7, 2005 Toledo Blade I was born on a Wednesday, but not last Wednesday. I may be a little naive, but not that naive. After reading the account of Justice Alice Resnick's run-in with the law, I cannot believe the back-tracking of Bowling Green city prosecutor Matt Reger. I ask all law-abiding citizens of Ohio: What if it had been you approached at the BP gas station and you gave your...

Police say criminals casing Fremont homes as prep for burglaries

Time and again, when told that publishing lists of gun owners (CHL-holders) would provide criminals lists of homes from which to steal guns, or would let potential attackers know who isn't able to defend themselves, the media responded by saying that criminals just weren't smart enough to utilize the newspaper to premeditate their crimes or select their targets. The Akron Beacon Journal has...

Gary Nasal's 8 mo. "investigation" yields no indictment of Sheriff O'Leary

by Chad D. Baus “Quis custodet ipsos custodes?”, Juvenal Who will guard the guards themselves? That is the question many Ohioans are likely to be asking themselves in the wake of two current events in Ohio. Last week, Democrat Supreme Court Justice Alice Robie Resnick was arrested in Wood County for driving with a blood alcohol content 2 ½ times the legal limit. It was later revealed that despite...

New video proves Resnick lied to police officers in initial stops

As can be seen in the first three traffic stop videos released by law enforcement, anti-CCW Ohio State Supreme Court Justice Alice Robie Resnick repeatedly denied having consumed alcohol or taken medication when first approached by police at a gas station in Bowling Green and later when pulled over on I-75 South near Cygnet in Wood County. However, the Toledo Blade is now reporting that law, just...

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