Friday, March 24, 2006

TX: "I ... have no remorse now for killing a man" : "Bill Harvey can't explain why he's alive to tell how he wrestled a gun from a robber, shot the man and then survived a barrage of bullets from the suspect's three accomplices. The violent scene unfolded about 6 p.m. Saturday inside Harvey's west Houston home in the 2200 block of Woodland Park Drive while his wife and five children watched. 'I don't know what to think,' Harvey, 34, said Sunday. 'I absolutely have no remorse now for killing a man, and I'm trying to figure out if that's right or wrong.' Police said Harvey would not face criminal charges. He was shot in the neck, side and lower back. The wound to his neck barely missed his carotid artery."

KS: Gov vetos concealed carry legislation: "Citing opposition from law enforcement and business leaders, Gov. Kathleen Sebelius as expected vetoed a bill Tuesday that would have allowed qualified Kansans to carry concealed guns. Supporters promised a swift attempt to override her veto. The governor spiked a similar bill in 2004, and said repeatedly she didn't believe the measure would make Kansas safer. ... If the Democratic governor's veto stands, Kansas, along with Nebraska, Wisconsin and Illinois, would be the only states where concealed guns are banned."

Stop Church Gun Grabbers: "Some church bureaucrats of various denominations have joined the ranks of extremist gun grabbers in promoting bans or restrictive controls on the private possession of firearms. This undermines the right of self-defense and the right to life itself. To stop these ecclesiastical extremists, the St. Gabriel Possenti Society, Inc. works with law-abiding gun owners of various religious persuasions to oppose church gun grabbers. ... Send the churches a message! Download, print and cut out this coupon. Deposit it in church collection baskets! Ask your friends and relatives to do the same."

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