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  1. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    "The Obama administration's loosening of controls goes far beyond anything contemplated by the Clinton or Bush administrations," the Center for International Policy warned, noting concerns that the changes could undercut laws meant to keep weapons and other material "out of the hands of...
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    'Purge surge': Obama fires another commander "After multiple top generals described to WND what they regard as a full-scale "purge" of the U.S. military by the Obama administration, the commander of U.S. Army Garrison Japan was summarily relieved of duty and his civilian deputy reassigned...
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    Bahhhhhhhhhh this is boring. I'm sorry. Safe Act spinoff: Local rod and gun clubs see spike in memberships | syracuse.com
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    House went dark, cable/stereo is still out at lease I've got my NYF, lol. Seriously, weird. Wondering if its local or something more sinister.
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    For the past few weeks cnycentral.com has had several new stories every day of new shootings.
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    White House gives cool welcome to bill restricting online ammo sales | The Ticket - Yahoo! News
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    NRA-ILA: California: Tougher gun laws and safety concerns fuel surge in Sacramento gun sales California: Tougher gun laws and safety concerns fuel surge in Sacramento gun sales Gun sales are booming in Sacramento County, growing at a faster rate than anywhere else in the state. The buying...
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    Right-to-Carry permits surge in Kentucky and Indiana The number of people seeking gun permits has soared in Kentucky and Indiana this year, apparently sparked by fears that President Barack Obama's administration has an anti-firearms agenda. http://www.nraila.org/News/Read/InTheNews.aspx?ID=12645
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    Americans stick to their guns as firearms sales surge At the Guns and Ammo Warehouse they are reluctant to admit Barack Obama is right about very much. But customers enjoy the thought that his controversial campaign comment, that "bitter" small-town Americans are clinging to their guns, has...
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    Missouri: Firearms courses see surge in signups Local concealed-carry firearms safety courses are booming. Missouri's concealed weapons law became effective Feb. 26, 2004. Among the requirements to apply for a concealed-carry endorsement is completion of an eight-hour firearms safety course...
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    Political Change Sparks Ammo Sales Surge Gun buyers and sellers said there's been an increase in ammunition sales across the country and they think it's because of the political shift in Washington. http://www.nraila.org/News/Read/InTheNews.aspx?ID=12066
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    Missouri: Gun control fears spark surge in concealed carry permits In Springfield, concealed carry courses are booked full through April. "I want to be able to have it when I need it," said Kevin Hale of Aurora. http://www.nraila.org/News/Read/InTheNews.aspx?ID=12022
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    Gun sales surge after Obama presidential victory Fears that President-elect Barack Obama and a Democrat-controlled Congress will strip away Second Amendment rights has customers lining up at gun shops all over the country, and in the Kanawha Valley. Even those unfamiliar with the trigger are...
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    A concealed gun surge; Sheriff reports; record number of requests Permits to carry concealed handguns in Boulder County spiked to a five-year high last month, amid a national rush to buy firearms in the days leading up to the presidential election...
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    Gun sales surge after Obama's election Firearms dealers in much of the United States are reporting sharply higher sales since Barack Obama won the presidency a week ago. Buyers and sellers attribute the surge to worries that Obama and a Democratic-controlled Congress will move to restrict...
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    Gun sales surge after Obama's election Weapons dealers in much of the United States are reporting sharply higher sales since Barack Obama won the presidency a week ago. Buyers and sellers attribute the surge to worries that Obama and a Democratic-controlled Congress will move to restrict...
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