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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
Gun rights advocates are having a field eyewitness statements from one of those sponsors of the bill banning high capacity magazines.
Democratic congresswoman Diana -- -- out of Colorado.
Was asked how banning sales of those magazines would be effective since there are millions already in use.
She said best.
These are ammunition bullets -- you ban them in the future the number of these high capacity magazines is going to decrease dramatically over time.
Because the bullets will have been shot and there won't be any more available.
The problem of course is the magazines can be re loaded with more bullets and used -- gap.
Her spokeswoman tried to clarify things explaining big -- meant to say -- not magazines.
However clips can also be reloaded.
North Korea's government which has been accused of hacking has apparently fallen victim to the practice.
Normally -- the -- Twitter and Flickr pages published pictures of leader Kim Jong -- -- meeting with military officials are conducting official business.
Well today this picture came out depicting Kim with a pig like -- And there were several more postings -- other North Korean government web one web sites were also -- Finally senator Jay Rockefeller asked carnival cruise line to pay back the government.
For government assistance during recent mishaps.
Carnivals response no way.
Rockefeller says the navy and Coast Guard spend four point two million dollars hoping the passengers and crew of the Carnival Splendor and triumph.
When those ships were -- it.
But particle -- according to maritime tradition it is a universal obligation to -- help those in trouble let's say.
Rockefeller calls carnivals response.
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