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Some good news from Canada: Matt Gurney: Ian Thomson acquitted after shooting at his attackers. BTW, donations to help Ian Thomson recoup his huge legal expenses can be sent to:

Ed Burlew, In Trust
16 John Street
Thornhill, Ontario L3T 1X8 (or phone: 1-888-gun-loss)

Barrister Ed Burlew's bona fides can be found here.

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Though nearly all of the dealers in the country seem to be sold out, Bob at Ready Made Resources wrote to tell me that they have three DPMS AR-15s still on hand: Two TAC2s and one Recon. These are not listed at their web site, so please call for details: 1(800) 627-3809.

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Prison Inmates Using Recently Published Pistol Permit Map to Intimidate Guards

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File under G., somewhere between "Global Warming, Unanimous Agreement" and "Gore, Al, Planetary Savior": China is experiencing unusual chills this winter with its national average temperature hitting the lowest in 28 years, and meanwhile, we read: Russia is engulfed in the harshest winter in over 70 years, with temperatures dropping as low as -50 degrees Celsius (-58 Fahrenheit).

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To also file under G.: An article from what G. Gordon Liddy calls "Washington's quaint little alternative newspaper, the Washington Bleep": White House weighs broad gun-control agenda in wake of Newtown shootings. Their perceived "problem" is your birthright! Please contact your Senators and Congressional Representatives, and tell them NO to civilian disarmament, and that magazines deserve the same Second Amendment protection as the guns themselves.

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