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    this is exactly what those "journalists"needed. . now watch the media cry a river about how unfair that was, and an invasion of privacy.
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    @Phreakwars I'm a hunter, but I also have a carry license which I have every right to have. If you don't like guns I suggest you don't buy them, but tell me I can't have guns. I'm not crazy or a coward.
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    LOL - turn about is fair play. The publishing was stupid, it may protect the ones with guns from being robbed though. What a stupid stunt for the paper to do, and for what? Liberals are a strange lot, really, stranger than a three headed snake.
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    I love it...what comes around goes around. It's about time the liberal media got a good dose of what they have been dishing out.
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    I don't live in New York. I am a gun owner, and a parent, and a woman. All that being said, I believe in ALL constitutional rights. However, what happened to conscience? Why can people not THINK about their actions? I know that this information that was printed was public knowledge. But was it NECESSARY that it be printed? They're within their rights, but was it responsible? How is this going to help anything? Is it going to stop violence? No. Is it going to cause even more division? Yes. Is it going to pit one another against each other? Yes. In my opinion, the issue of gun control is never going to be anything but a pipe dream b3cause of arrogant, selfish people such as this causing more harm than good.

    I am a gun owner. Do I have a problem with better registration procedures? Longer waiting periods? Even drug testing? No I don't. Do I have a problem with being told I can't own a gun? Yes I do. When I have gun in my hand, do I use it irresponsibly? No. And there is the issue. I'm responsible and think of the consequences of firing that weapon. Maybe these "journalists" should do the same with their pens.
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    I'm glad it back fired on them, both with public reception and with retribution. Sucks that it came to this but they deserve it.
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    Gee these left wing journalists don't like it when you fight back. Too bad. You published the gun owners names and addresses and now someone publishes yours. I love it.
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    Personally, I think publishing personal information as a way to attempt to punish people for their beliefs is wrong. Period. By whoever does it.
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    Ok.. I have searched and searched... I find dozens of articles about the guy posting the names and address of the people that work for the Journal,,,,,, But I cannot find the Actual List of their names and info.... Can someone please post the link to the list ....
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    @culinary ... I found dozens of links to articles about the list but can't find the list any where.. Even went to the lawyers blog and it's not mentioned.... Could it be that it has been Censored?
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    @culinary .. again not a list of the info of the 50 people that work for the Journal... I can still find the list and map of the Gun Owners but not the people that work at the paper ....
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    Tit for tat. The real problem is that gun opponents feel that they have any right to try and intimidate legal gun owners, why don't they publish the names and addresses of gang members or of people actually convicted of crimes involving guns. Oh, I guess that would take intelligent thought not just fear mongering & capitalizing on tragedy.
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    Why do you feel that folks must curtail the first amendment to cater to those who like the scond amnd? Aren't both amnds in the bill of rights? Who is stopping you from Publishing the names of gang members or people convicted of crimes with guns? I see such names in newstories all the time. If you want to compile a list and publish it you should.
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    @PoliticalSpice
    I don't need to publish the names of gang members because in my part of the country there are none. Drug dealers yes, but the police know for the most part who they are, and wait for them to screw up or catch one of their buyers to roll on them, none of my business. Welfare cheats or lazy good for nothing's, we have plenty of those too. While we have our share of crime, most of the violent crime is domestic. A few years ago a man accidently shot his wife in the back of her head while walking to the firing range. Two weeks after the life insurance paid off their crippeling dept with her life insurance the husband was shot between the eyes on his front porch. An unfortunant hunting accident. Se le vie, at least his kids were taken care of.
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    "Tech wars" One country attacks another trying to shut down their banking. Another country (US) tries to shut down Iran's nuclear centrifuges. The govt doesn't have anything better to do than read our emails. China is making people use their real names to stop people from being so rude. It is what it is..........The end of the world as we know it.......and I feel fine.
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    The media won't care. It's called free speech, now they get to laugh at the gun nuts for sniveling and whining about it.
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    @Phreakwars
    Just wondering how many "gun nuts" you actually know? You keep talking about gun owners crying, when in fact it is the people opposed to guns that started this whole conversation after the tragedy in Newtown, CT.

    I am asking you seriously if you think any meaningful discourse about guns can ever happen with people throwing outrageous labels at gun owners. Sure there are "gun nuts" and I know that some probably shouldn't be allowed to own a gun, but we're never going to get anywhere fast by generalizing or calling people names.
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    Who is crying, its your people who are the cry babies. They were pitching fits about having the names of gun owners published. Like cry babies. I thought only adults were allowed to own guns. I cry not a tear. What is good for the goose is good for the gander.
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    I don't care if people know I have guns, when I'm not home go ahead, come and take 'em, I'll file an insurance claim and buy more. Now, if you don't have any guns, well you might be more likely to be broken into when you're at home...and guess what kind of individual is more likely to break into an occupied, unarmed home, a very unsavory one.
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    Neal Horsley published the names, addresses and photos of doctors on his website to incite violence against them. And when doctors were murdered, Horsley greyed out the names and put a "strikethrough" tag, as if the murdered person were crossed off a list.

    When the gun nuts published the names of the newspaper editors, they were hoping for the same thing: to incite a murder by some extremist, and then claim, "Oh, we only did what the editors did!"

    The editors published public information, things that could have already been found by anyone. It wasn't secret or private information, and it wasn't done to incite violence.
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    So, when someone goes to either a house with a gun to steal it and gets killed, or someone goes to a house that does not have one and rapes and robs someone this rag will have a story either way!!!
    They should publish the names, and home addresses of all those involved in writing and publishing this story as well !! They deserve some publicity!
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    The tragedy is that we are now a democracy. No democracy has ever survived for a long time. It almost always results in a bloody revolution or a dictatorship. My best guess is that we are headed to a dictatorship. Sad.
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    HA HA, I love it!! What goes around comes around. Those "journalists" got what they deserved, maybe next time they'll respect one's reasonable expectation of privacy, especially if that one is a law-abiding citizen.
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    Isn't it funny how the 2nd amendment fundamentalists who cried fowl about the gun list (and I am not exactly fond of the list) aren't saying boo about the journalists 1st amendment rights. And since when do all the journalist work on one story? Oh I get it "you picked on my friends so I'm going to pick on yours". Welcome to America. We aren't 3rd world (yet) but we are 3rd grade.
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