Electronic filing of ammunition sales logs with LAPD proposed

A pilot program requiring the sellers of ammunition to send the Los Angeles Police Department electronic reports of all sales is being launched in the hopes of taking the program citywide.

Currently, stores that sell ammunition are required to keep logs, though they are printed, and it requires the LAPD to deploy officers to inspect the logs. Under the new proposal, stores would send in electronic versions of the ammo logs, probably on a weekly basis.

Councilman Mitch Englander, who is a reserve officer, said he fully supports the proposal. “The way we do it now is have to go out and manually look at the logs, and it’s a nightmare,” Englander said. “Often, they need to ask for volunteers or assign reserve officers to the work.’

Still, officers say the logs have paid off. In one recent instance, in San Pedro, police were able to find 14 people buying ammunition who had been prohibited from owning weapons.

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One year after Sandy, we’ve gone from ‘Born to Run’ to ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’

When Sandy hit the world was on our side. Governor Christie and President Obama hugged it out on the boardwalk.

Everyone from Bruce Springsteen to the Rolling Stones gave telethon shout-outs to the Shore.

The air was filled with hope.

In a year we’ve gone from “Born to Run” to “Livin’ on a Prayer.” Most money hasn’t made it past the boardwalk. Getting insurance claims paid has been a struggle, red tape and arcane rules have made relief funds a cruel joke and ruinous new insurance premiums threaten to kick us while we are down. Read more . . .

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U.S. Remains Divided Over Passing Stricter Gun Laws

Opposition to banning handgun ownership remains at record-high 74%

PRINCETON, NJ — Nearly a year after the Newtown, Conn., school shootings spawned considerable U.S. debate about passing stricter gun control laws, almost half of Americans believe the laws covering the sale of firearms should be strengthened and half say they should stay the same or be less strict.


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Recession-stalled illegal immigration is on the rise again

The decline in illegal immigrants entering the United States due to the recession has ended and it appears the rush to make an unauthorized entry into America is back on track, according to a detailed survey by the Pew Research Center.

“The sharp decline in the U.S. population of unauthorized immigrants that accompanied the 2007-2009 recession has bottomed out, and the number may be rising again,” said the survey. Read more . . .


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From 1866-1934, the Parker Brothers manufactured 200,000 shotguns in nine grades of quality. Only three were ever produced at the highest level, nine, and they bear the name “invincible.” Today, the Parker Invincibles — two 12-gauges and one 16-gauge — are the most valuable shotguns in the world, with an estimated worth of more than $5 million. The Parker Invincible shotgun set can be seen at the NRA National Firearms Museum in Fairfax, Virginia. More . . .

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Ammunition manufacturers can’t keep up with demand for common hunting calibers

There’s a chill in the evening air and daylight hours are waning. Many animals are beginning to fatten up for winter, and the deer rut is soon to kick in. Traditionally it’s time to start sighting-in the sporting arms and get ready for the fall hunts.

This year, however, many hunters will have a hard time filling their chambers. A nationwide ammunition shortage is sure to impact hunters who shoot some of the most popular calibers. Read more . . .

US police obtaining military vehicles to aid hunt for criminals

Don’t mess with Texas has assumed a whole new meaning in Dallas.

The Dallas County Sheriff’s Office traveled to Fort Hood this month to acquire its own bona fide military vehicle – the International MaxxPro MRAP tactical vehicle —  courtesy of a Department of Defense surplus program. Read more . . .

Maryland gun-control law sparks record gun sales

Maryland residents have been buying guns in record numbers before a law takes effect Tuesday, with provisions aimed at helping keep guns away from criminals and the mentally ill, strengthening safety training and banning 45 types of assault weapons.

Opponents decry what they call an ineffective law that will only make it harder for law-abiding citizens to exercise Second Amendment rights. They say the state also failed to prepare properly for implementation after Gov. Martin O’Malley, who is considering a run for the White House in 2016, pushed the complicated measure through the General Assembly to build his credentials for a potential Democratic primary race Read more . . .


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Starbucks’ Progressive Ways Draw Fire on Guns

Starbucks has always set itself apart by taking strong positions on progressive political issues. Now that reputation has landed the company in the middle of the heated national debate over gun laws.

On Thursday, the Seattle-based company will run full-page ads in major newspapers, telling customers that guns are no longer welcome in its cafes. But Starbucks is stopping short of an outright ban, exposing the fine line it needs to walk on a highly divisive issue. Read more . . .

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Respect Your Elders — because in Texas, they’re the most likely to be armed.

Residents in their 50s and 60s seek more concealed handgun licenses than any other age group in Texas, and at a pace that’s nearly double that of the youngest age group who can legally carry a gun in public, according to an analysis of state records by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Read more . . .

Happy Birthday U.S. Constitution!

Written in 1787, ratified in 1788, and in operation since 1789, the United States Constitution is the world’s longest surviving written charter of government.  Its first three words – “We The People” – affirm that the government of the United States exists to serve its citizens.  The supremacy of the people through their elected representatives is recognized in Article I, which creates a Congress consisting of a Senate and a House of Representatives. The positioning of Congress at the beginning of the Constitution reaffirms its status as the “First Branch” of the federal government. Read more . . .

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Armed EPA agents in Alaska sheds light on 70 fed agencies with armed divisions

The recent uproar over armed EPA agents descending on a tiny Alaska mining town is shedding light on the fact that 40 federal agencies – including nearly a dozen typically not associated with law enforcement — have armed division.

The agencies employ about 120,000 full-time officers authorized to carry guns and make arrests, according to a June 2012 Justice Department report.

Though most Americans know agents within the Drug Enforcement Agency and the Federal Bureau of Prisons carry guns, agencies such as the Library of Congress and Federal Reserve Board employing armed officers might come as a surprise Read more . . .

Mexican police arrest another suspect in Brian Terry’s murder

Mexican Federal agents arrested a second suspect in the murder of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry. Ivan Soto Barraza was picked up in Mexico on Thursday.

The FBI, heads the investigation, however, they are not confirming or denying the arrest. Robert Heyer, Terry’s cousin and chairman of the Brian Terry Foundation tells News 4 “Brian’s family is pleased to hear of another arrest and we remain hopeful that two additional fugitives believed to be in Mexico will be arrested. We also want to applaud the cooperation between U.S. and Mexican authorities that made this arrest possible. This is still an on-going investigation on many fronts. Questions remain unanswered about the death of Brian, including details on the failed gun trafficking investigation known as Operation Fast and Furious. We remain hopeful that all those responsible for Brian’s death will be brought to justice and held accountable.” Read more . . .

California bill would ban conversion kits for automatic weapons

(Reuters) – California lawmakers on Wednesday voted to ban kits used to convert standard firearms into semi-automatics capable of firing more than 10 rounds of ammunition without reloading, although a stricter gun control measure was stalled.

The conversion kit ban, one of a number of gun control bills making their way through the legislature in the waning days of the session, also prohibits the purchase of large capacity magazines in the state. Read more . . .

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