Category: Second Amendment

Crime guns and reoffending criminals are killing New Jersey. Murphy won’t stop them, but we can. | Steinhardt

By Doug Steinhardt _ A trio of statewide crises face New Jersey. We have the Corona virus, and the ever-changing, politically tainted executive orders that have come with it. There is unrestrained borrowing of billions, with no plan to repay Read More

LIVE: Rooney discusses COVID and the Constitution with Fmr. Judge Mike Donohue

By The Staff _ Concerned about your rights? And what happens next? Former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Mike Donohue joins Save Jersey‘s Matt Rooney to discuss the constitutional dimensions of the ongoing public health emergency roiling the Garden State… Read More

N.J.’s NRA affiliate files lawsuit challenging COVID-19 gun range closures

NEWARK, N.J. – A federal lawsuit was filed on Tuesday challenging New Jersey’s closure of gun ranges pursuant to Governor Phil Murphy’s “stay at home” order. “This lawsuit challenges Defendants’ actions mandating and enforcing the closure of all outdoor firearm Read More

AG Barr directs federal prosecutors to monitor state, local COVID-19 policies

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Will states like New Jersey soon need to defend their infringements upon civil liberties in federal court? Possibly. One week after indicating that he found some state COVID-19 lockdown measures “disturbingly close to house arrest” during a national Read More

N.J. Legislature needs to convene, check Phil Murphy’s power grab | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ Checks and balances are a critical component of the American system, Save Jerseyans. This greatest-of-all-nations was formed precisely because we were tired of kings. We refused to be ruled by one in 1776. We’ve endeavored to Read More

Murphy reverses course, lets N.J. firearms retailers reopen (with conditions)

TRENTON, N.J. – Governor Phil Murphy surprised attendees at Monday afternoon’s daily COVID-19 press conference by announcing that New Jersey’s firearms retailers can reopen. He had previously insisted that firearm retailers would remain classified as non-essential. The ardently anti-2A Democrat Read More