Two reasons why it is foolish to carry only when ''expecting'' trouble...

Columbus' WBNS 10tv.com is reporting that a man who had stopped to fill up at a south Columbus gas station last week was robbed, beaten and kidnapped, and police say his attacker is still on the loose. From the story: It was around 1 a.m. Wednesday at a station on Frebis and Lockbourne Roads when James Kennenbrew was getting gas. The 56-year-old was approached by a man with a gun who told him to...

AP/DDN CHL records roundtable: Another Perspective

By Brian Horton OFCC TeamLeader & CCW-Talk Moderator I think that the DDN round table at Sinclair College went very well. Like Larry Moore I was pleasantly surprised that this really was a fair discussion. I thought Dr. Richard D. Stock, director of the University of Dayton’s Business Research Group, did a superb job of moderating by being fair and balanced with both sides and did a good job...

What will a pro-gun Democrat do to the Ohio governor's race?

In recent years, the pickings for Ohio gun owners have been slim when it came to the governors' race. Whether it was George Voinovich or Bob Taft, the OhioGOP simply has not had much to offer people concerned with the protection of our self-defense rights. Choices among Democrat contenders were even worse. The 2006 GOP primary promises, for once, to offer gun owners a choice on the matter - a...

Editorial: ''Data: begged, borrowed, stolen''

Is this a joke? We certainly did a double-take when we saw the Cleveland Plain Dealer editorializing that "Congress must give consumers the ability to protect their personal information, no matter who happens to possess it..." It is difficult to reconcile this statement with the Plain Dealer's repeated abuse of the Media Access Loophole by publishing the private, personal information of consumers...

OFCC-PAC endorsee enters state attorney general race

Two-time OFCC PAC endorsee and current State Senator Tim Grendell has announced his plans to enter the GOP-primary race for state attorney general. One or two others who have also expressed interest. "I felt it was an opportunity for somebody from Northeast Ohio to step up to the plate and represent the people of Ohio in Columbus, while remembering Northeast Ohio in the process," Grendell, of...

Gun-Control Group, PAC Pay $12K FEC Fine

The Associated Press is reporting that a gun-control group and its political action committee have paid a $12,000 fine to settle a campaign finance case from the 2000 election. From the story: At issue were ads and endorsements by the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and its Brady Voter Education Fund involving various Democratic candidates in 2000. The American Conservative Union, in a...

Teenager pulls gun during fight in Newark park

This is the kind of thing we are told by bureaucrats in the City of Clyde and Toledo to fear if guns are allowed in parks. The trouble is, all the gun control laws in the world didn't stop this 18-year old from getting a gun. Do they really believe a "no-guns" sign would have helped keep him out of this public park? May 6, 2005 Newark Advocate A 13-year-old Newark boy told police an 18-year-old...

Victim Zone: UC Student Punched, Robbed On Campus

Cincinnati's WCPO.com is reporting that a University of Cincinnati student says she was grabbed, punched, and robbed while leaving class Tuesday night. According to the news story, the incident is the latest in several violent crime reports from on and around campus. The student spoke with 9News, but said she did not want to give her name or show her face, fearing for her own safety. From the...

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