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?
The 2019 State of the State of New York announcement by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is expected to include several anti-Second Amendment proposals, a peek to what can be expected occurred in Rochester NY. On January 14, 2019, police were notified of an individual in possession of a shotgun in a residence. This resulted in deployment of SWAT and shutdown of the area in the early morning hours. The questions that should be asked are, what crime occurred and how much worse will the single Party Government of NY punish firearm owners?
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.
Monday November 5, 2018 at 5:17am two police officers from the Anne Arundel County Police were sent to the home of 61-year-old Gary Willis and order to remove the guns from his residence. This was in response to a complaint filed by a family member under the State of Maryland’s newly adopted Extreme Risk Protective Order (ERPO) (commonly known as Red-Flag Law).
By Michael “Vass” Vasquez Over recent decades we have often heard that the 2nd Amendment is only intended for hunting and recreation if at all. We have heard opponents of …
There is never a good moment to discuss the Second Amendment and gun control after a shooting incident, especially when that crime has taken lives. Like all Americans, I mourn …
There is never a good moment to discuss the Second Amendment and gun control after a shooting incident, especially when that crime has taken lives. Like all Americans, I mourn the loss of innocents to the actions of a mad man on a mission of evil. It is because of that loss, and the utter loathing of acts of evil, that I will never utter the name of the sick individual who committed this crime in Jacksonville, FL, in any commentary or reporting. Even in 2018, there is such a thing as infamy and it deserves no glorification.
By Michael “Vass” Vasquez Once again July 4th has come and gone and in Chicago the celebration ended with violence and death. Not that the general public would know as …
Once again July 4th has come and gone and in Chicago, the celebration ended with violence and death. Not that the general public would know as the cone of silence over discussion about this City on a national level continues to be in effect.
We need to keep the pressure on New York State Senators to reject all 5 Red Flag Bills in the State Legislature. While the major news media in New York State (and the country) have pushed the highly distracting partisan message that the US Government is akin to Nazi Germany, the dearth of coverage of these Constitution-killing “Red Flag” Bills – sometimes called ERPO or Extreme Risk Protection Orders – remains deafening. But citizens are learning the facts for themselves.