We can speculate the effectiveness of gun restriction legislation in a real-world example – the attempted bombing of Islamberg, NY. This is not to lessen the planned horrendous crime, but to try to find a benefit to the public in finding ways to prevent such terrorism. While this cannot be definitive, especially as much is not known, we can generalize to an extent. The questions are thus, can any proposed 2019 legislation make the public safer and is it worth the trade-off in freedom?
As the 2019 legislative session for Federal and State Government approaches, there have been many concerned citizens we have spoken with who have a growing list of questions. In many parts of the nation, the consequences of the 2019 elections have resulted in multiple proposed legislation that impedes, restricts, or alters fundamental inherent Rights. At the same time, there are existing Bills that have begun the path to becoming law that some have forgotten that deserve attention. We will address 2 such Federal Bills.
Liberty First Foundation NY Chapter president Michael Vass addresses free and compelled speech at SUNY Broome
August 20, 2018 – Vestal, NY – This is an amended transcript of a speech, made by <a href="M V Consulting Inc and Liberty First Foundation NY Chapter president Michael …
This is an amended transcript of a speech, made by “M V Consulting Inc and Liberty First Foundation NY Chapter president Michael “Vass” Vasquez to the members of the Americans for Restoring the Constitution (AFRTC) and the general public at the Vestal Public Library. The speech is an over 8,000 words long in-depth observation of Red Flag legislation in New York State and across the nation. Due to the length of the details and data, compiled from over 50 sources in an on-going investigation, in-context excerpts are being provided. Also due to time constraints, the actual live presentation truncated portions of the original documentation, without alteration of the data, details, or context.