Monday, February 27, 2012

Gun News

Salt Lake City Police Chief Burbank carries gun to intimidate fearful public

Anti-gun activists and complicit press aid Mexico’s call for U.S. ‘gun control’

Traces are sometimes useful for law enforcement. However, because of selection bias in finding and determining which guns to trace   sometimes intentional and sometimes not but always impossible to correct or adjust for   no study based on tracing data is worth the paper it's printed on, regardless of how sophisticated or honest the analysis following the data collection. As the acronym has it, GIGO ("garbage in, garbage out").

Read the article: The Washington Post

Gun owners, possessing firearms for hunting and self protection, are beset each year with a volley of laws, rules, regulations, ordinances, and judicial decrees that affect their hunting privileges and rights under the Second Amendment.

Read the article: The Buffalo News (N.Y.)

A Senate committee approved a bill Friday that would let people carry concealed weapons without getting a permit if they had a driver's license and met state standards for gun ownership.

Read the article: The American News (Aberdeen, S.D.)

A proposal that supporters say would give people in Iowa greater legal protection to use a gun to defend themselves fueled disagreement between two lawmakers serving Webster County Saturday morning.

Read the article: The Messenger (Fort Dodge, Iowa)

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