Monday, February 16, 2009

FL: Gun-toting good Samaritan foils Pompano Beach robbery : "Police say Fabrizzo Sandovaz might want to work on his planning and execution. First, he forgot to put his Jeep in park when he allegedly pulled behind Walid Hamad's car and jumped out to rob the 48-year-old Palm Beach County man. Second, the spot he chose for the armed robbery happened to be in the driveway of a Pompano Beach surveillance and securities retail store where employees are particularly active in exercising their Second Amendment rights. `Friday the 13th wasn't a lucky day for this robber,' said Mike Jachles, a spokesman with the Broward Sheriff's Office."

Pork bailout bill could ban guns for millions of Americans : "The Obama administration is putting a lot of pressure on Congress to slam through the most recent $800+ billion bailout package before anyone has an opportunity to read it. The Obama administration intones that the details are unimportant. The only thing that matters is the `bigness.'"

Kerlikowske pick more proof of Obama's anti-gun agenda : "Reports that Seattle Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske has been tapped to become the nation's next `drug czar' offer more proof of the anti-gun intentions of the Obama administration, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today. `During his eight-year tenure as Seattle's police chief, Gil Kerlikowske has established himself as a devoted lobbyist for every restrictive gun law proposal,' said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb."

WI: Store offers deal on guns, diamonds: "Valentine's Day shoppers are getting more `bang' for their buck at one Eau Claire store. It's an unusual combination. Buy a pair of diamond earrings, get a free gun. General Coin and Gun Exchange owner Brian Zinn says since `guys like guns and girls like diamonds,' he figured he['d] `mesh the two together this year.' He says some wives have been sending their husbands into the store to take advantage of the `bang bling' deal. Zinn says if you buy a $400 pair of diamond earrings, you can pick any gun in the store worth under $300. The free gun deal runs through Valentine's Day."

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