Category: Second Amendment

NRA elects New Jersey’s Anthony Colandro to 76th director position

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – Gun For Hire proprietor Anthony Colandro is the new 76th director for the National Rifle Association (NRA).  NRA President Oliver North announced he wouldn’t serve a second presidential term amid fresh infighting and a NY Attorney General probe, Read More

2A NEWS: Garden State’s highest court will consider justifiable need’s constitutionality

TRENTON, N.J. – The constitutionality of “justifiable need,” the bane of law-abiding citizens seeking concealed carry permits in New Jersey, will soon get N.J. Supreme Court treatment. AmmoLand.com has the full story. _ Second Amendment attorney Evan F. Nappen – Read More

Phil Murphy’s proposed ‘gun tax’ is really another tax on New Jersey’s poor, defenseless

By Matt Rooney _ Live in a rough neighborhood? Want to protect your family? Tough s*** , Save Jerseyans. Phil Murphy wants to tax THAT, too. _ A less widely discussed aspect of Governor Murphy’s wacky FY 2020 budget proposal Read More

N.J. Democrat votes to keep ICE from learning of illegal alien gun purchases

TRENTON, N.J. – Only ONE New Jersey freshman in the U.S. House thinks notifying U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) whenever illegal aliens attempt to purchase firearms is a bad idea. Care to guess who, Save Jerseyans? _ The answer: Read More

REPORT: Glen Rock schools believe images of U.S. military heroes holding guns are offensive

GLEN ROCK, N.J. — The New Jersey American Legion’s ‘Americanism Award’ coloring contest is an annual tradition for Garden State 4th and 5th graders. According to NorthJersey.com, public schools in the trending-blue Bergen County suburb of Glen Rock are opting Read More

Grewal sued over attempt to end 3-D gun blueprint sharing

TRENTON, N.J. — The 3-D gun fight isn’t over. A federal complaint was filed this Tuesday against New Jersey’s notoriously activist Attorney General Gurbir Grewal, Save Jerseyans, seeking to overcome Grewal’s office’s ongoing effort to block the distribution of 3-D gun blueprints by Read More

Kerik says Murphy’s magazine ban is “endangering the life of every off duty NJ cop”

NEW YORK, N.Y. — New Jersey’s newly-enacted ban on ammunition magazines holding more than ten rounds has plenty of critics in Second Amendment circles. Some law enforcement boosters are fit to be tied, too. Former NYC Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik took Read More