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Home invasion suspects killed in gunfight with NC homeowner

Two men suspected of attempting to invade a home in North Carolina Friday died after a gunfight with the homeowner.

Fayetteville Police tell WTVD both robbery suspects fled the home after the exchange of gunfire. One of the suspects, 25-year-old Dominik Council, was found dead on the side of the road nearly two hours after the incident.

The other suspect, 20-year-old Xavier White, was found wounded and transported to an area hospital, where he later died, according to the station.

Police said the homeowner, who was not identified, was injured during the gunfight. Details on the individual's condition were not immediately available.

Police on Saturday identified 24-year-old Lamyer Campbell and 24-year-old Derek Hair as suspects in the attempted home invasion.



Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/04/14/home-invasion-suspects-killed-in-gunfight-with-nc-homeowner/?intcmp=trending#ixzz2QSjotIYC

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Here' some good news.....

Senators who crossed party lines on background check vote

The following is a list of lawmakers who crossed party lines on the "Manchin-Toomey amendment," the proposal to expand background checks to Internet sales and gun shows. The amendment failed in the Senate Wednesday on a 54-46 vote.

Republicans who defected and voted "yes":

Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey

Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk

Maine Sen. Susan Collins

Arizona Sen. John McCain

Democrats who defected and voted "no":

North Dakota Sen. Heidi Heitkamp

Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor

Alaska Sen. Mark Begich

Montana Sen. Max Baucus

Nevada Sen. Harry Reid (Reid only voted no for procedural reasons, so that Democrats can call up the provision later on)


Read more: http://politics.blogs.foxnews.com/2013/04/17/senators-who-crossed-party-lines-background-check-vote/#ixzz2QlTxm8C4

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Reed does that kind of crap all the time. The next time he runs for reelection he will tell the gun owners that he voted against the bill and make it sound like he is for the second amendment.

He likes to vote last and when he knows it won't pass he votes against it and tries to make himself look better.

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Seems We the People made enough Stank on this one to back off some of the Fat

Jowled Folks.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/04/17/background-checks-bill_n_3103341.html

I'm tired of hearing that 90% of the people want the backgrounds checks, they get these numbers from a poll of a few hundred or maybe a 1000 people not the over 300 million people in the USA, even if they polled 100,000 it would only be a few drops in the bucket of all the "people" that they are saying is for gun control!!! :2mo5pow::2mo5pow:

And I'm sure that the ones doing the polls make sure to only call the areas that they know will get the results they want.

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I'm tired of hearing that 90% of the people want the backgrounds checks, they get these numbers from a poll of a few hundred or maybe a 1000 people not the over 300 million people in the USA, even if they polled 100,000 it would only be a few drops in the bucket of all the "people" that they are saying is for gun control!!! :2mo5pow::2mo5pow:

And I'm sure that the ones doing the polls make sure to only call the areas that they know will get the results they want.

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Have no fear America.....our Exalted Leader is protecting us...here's how:

Obama taking executive action on guns after Senate vote

Blocked by Congress from expanding gun sale background checks, President Obama is turning to actions within his own power to keep people from buying a gun who are prohibited for mental health reasons.

Federal law bans certain mentally ill people from purchasing firearms, but not all states are providing data to stop the prohibited sales to the FBI's background check system. A federal review last year found 17 states contributed fewer than 10 mental health records to the database, meaning many deemed by a judge to be a danger still could have access to guns.

The Obama administration was starting a process Friday aimed at removing barriers in health privacy laws that prevent some states from reporting information to the background check system. The action comes two days after the Senate rejected a measure that would have required buyers of firearms online and at gun shows to pass a background check. That's already required for shoppers at licensed gun dealers.

Stung by the defeat, Obama vowed to keep up the fight for the background check expansion but also to do what he could through executive action.

"Even without Congress, my administration will keep doing everything it can to protect more of our communities," Obama said from the Rose Garden shortly after the Senate voted. "We're going to address the barriers that prevent states from participating in the existing background check system."

Obama also mentioned giving law enforcement more information about lost and stolen guns and establishing emergency plans for schools. Those measures were among the 23 executive actions the president signed in January when he announced his broader push for tighter gun laws in response to a mass shooting of first-graders and staff at Newtown, Conn.'s Sandy Hook Elementary School.

The Health and Human Services Department on Friday was beginning to ask for public comment on how the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, passed by Congress in 1996 and known as HIPAA, is preventing some states from reporting to the background check system and how to address the problem. Under HIPAA, health care providers such as hospitals may release limited information to police, but only in certain circumstances such as when a court is involved.

Since 1968, federal law has banned the sale of guns to those who have been deemed a danger to themselves or others, involuntarily committed or judged not guilty by reason of insanity or incompetent to stand trial. The background check system -- which is also used to prevent convicted felons from buying guns -- was established under the 1993 Brady Bill.

A few state agencies shared mental health records voluntarily for years, but the Virginia Tech massacre in 2007 spurred passage of legislation that required states to submit the records or eventually risk losing up to 5 percent of the federal funding they receive to fight crime.

Last year's review by the Government Accountability Office found that although the number of mental health records available to the background check system increased 800 percent since 2004, some states said they were not sharing mental health information because of concerns about restrictions under HIPAA privacy law. Obama is interested in a change that would specifically allow disclosure of mental health records for the system, and he wants to increase financial incentives for states to contribute the information.

In the Virginia Tech rampage, student Seung-Hui Cho shot 32 people to death and committed suicide. He was able to buy two guns even though he had been ruled a danger to himself during a court hearing in 2005 and was ordered to undergo outpatient mental health treatment.

Authorities have not described a possible motive or released details of any mental health condition that might explain why Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza killed 20 children and six adults before killing himself. The rifle he used was purchased by his mother, whom he also killed at home before heading to the school.

The background check system does not give retailers access to mental health records but simply tells them whether a buyer is approved, denied or needs additional investigation before a firearm may be purchased. The system doesn't tell the seller why a potential buyer was denied.


Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/04/19/obama-taking-executive-action-on-guns-after-senate-vote/?test=latestnews#ixzz2R0O3WcPL

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So I went to the local gun show today with $1500 in my pocket and could not find anything to spend it on. Sad day when I can't spend money on guns or ammo. On the way out the door picked up 2 boxes of practice 380 and one box of carry loads just to say I got something. Called the guys at work to see where lunch was, told them my story and got to buy lunch for five.

On a positive note got home and found an email about the colt defender in 45 auto that I have been looking for so a large chunk of that money is now spent. Been carrying my colt mustang 380 for so long and finally decided to move up to the 45. Still a single stack 7 round and not much bigger than the mustang. Now I need another custom holster.

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The Doctrine of the Three Percent.


The Three Percent are the folks the Founders counted on to save the Republic when everyone else abandoned it.

And we will.

There will be no more free Wacos and no more free Katrinas.

For we are the Three Percent.

We will not disarm.

You cannot convince us.

You cannot intimidate us.

You can try to kill us, if you think you can.

But remember, we’ll shoot back .

We are not going away.

We are not backing up another inch.

And there are THREE MILLION OF US.

Your move, Mr. Wannabe Tyrant.

Your move.
The Three Percent today are gun owners who will not disarm, will not compromise and will no longer back up at the passage of the next gun control act. Three Percenters say quite explicitly that we will not obey any futher circumscription of our traditional liberties and will defend ourselves if attacked. We intend to maintain our God-given natural rights to liberty and property, and that means most especially the right to keep and bear arms. Thus, we are committed to the restoration of the Founders' Republic, and are willing to fight, die and, if forced by any would-be oppressor, to kill in the defense of ourselves and the Constitution that we all took an oath to uphold against enemies foreign and domestic.



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Little bits-o-good crap
"If you’re not shootin’, you should be loadin’. If you’re not loadin’, you should be movin’. If you’re not movin’, someone’s gonna cut your head off and put it on a stick."

"You cannot save the planet. You may be able to save yourself and your family."

The police cannot protect the citizen at this stage of our development, and they cannot even protect themselves in many cases. It is up to the private citizen to protect himself and his family, and this is not only acceptable, but mandatory.
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The Gunwalker Scandal Made Simple
There are five key accusations against ATF and DOJ made by ATF whistleblowers and other sources within FedGov:
1. That they instructed U.S. gun dealers to proceed with questionable and illegal sales of firearms to suspected gunrunners.
2. That they allowed or even assisted in those guns crossing the U.S. border into Mexico to "boost the numbers" of American civilian market firearms seized in Mexico and thereby provide the justification for more firearm restrictions on American citizens and more power and money for ATF.
3. That they intentionally kept Mexican authorities in the dark about the operation, even over objections of their own agents.
4. That weapons that the ATF let "walk" to Mexico were involved in the deaths of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and ICE agent Jaime Zapata, as well as at least hundreds of Mexican citizens.
5. That at least since the death of Brian Terry on 14 December, the Obama administration is engaged in a full-press cover-up of the facts behind what has come to be known as the "Gunwalker Scandal."

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Eric Holder's future as a children's book.
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"Run! Run! Run! As fast as you can! You can't catch me! I'm the Gunwalker Man!"

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So i'm standing in line at the gun show and we happen to be by one of the few ash trays in the hallway. This is in a casino where almost everyone smokes. Some guy comes over and lights up, uses the ashtray and then gets back in line. The younger guys next to me, maybe 25 years old get upset and finally confront the guy when he makes his third trip to smoke. The guy has to be at least 65, camo pants, oath keeper t shirt, long gray hair and a neck braise, looks like Vietnam was his high school field trip. The old guy is very polite and tells his side then gets back in line. One of the young guys is mouthing off about kicking the guys ass if he comes back saying how easy it would be to knock him down and put the pack of cigarettes someplace not nice. So I finally turn around and say you know if you pushed that old guy to the ground he would probably put a knife in you first then when he hit the ground he would put a few rounds in you to finish the job. I said old guys don't fight fair they fight to win. He starts to give me crap back when the old guys behind them explain that I am probably right and they should shut up. So they continue to carry on about all this when security shows up to escort them out. As they walk down the hall the crowd erupts in applause. Got to love those old guys. :old:

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Thanks for steeping up and taking care of business Greg....us old farts appreciate the help.....I love that part about Vietnam

being his high school field trip....X2 here....graduated at 17 in Nam when still 17.....

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