Tag: carol bowne

OPINION: Assembly GOP’s Pro-2A Push Can’t Stop with Carlo Bellario

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Back in September 2014, Save Jerseyans, after the highly-publicized case of Shaneen Allen, Governor Chris Christie‘s attorney general moved to expand prosecutorial discretion in the sentencing phase; “[i]n cases where the prosecutor Read More

Cory Booker epitomizes the stunning ignorance that makes debating guns impossible

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Chris Christie elicited some jeers from the talking heads over the weekend for suggesting that America’s “mass shooting” problem is fundamentally a mental health problem and not a gun problem, Save Jerseyans. Why that’s a controversial pronouncement Read More

UPDATE: West Deptford approves Sweeney-inspired picketing ordinance

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Did the First Amendment take it on the chin tonight in West Deptford, Save Jerseyans? An ordinance which we were the first to report on last month attained final passage Wednesday night Read More

UPDATE: Christie moves to expedite gun permits for DV, violent crime victims

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Here’s a launch eve nugget for ya’ll, Save Jerseyans, all despite his earlier protestation that the legislature tied his hands: On Monday night, Governor Chris Christie directed the New Jersey Attorney General to file Read More

West Deptford Dems take up ordinance to stop picketing at Sweeney’s home

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog This story is priceless, Save Jerseyans. Background: you may have heard that pro-Second Amendment activists have peacefully protested in front of Senate President Steve Sweeney’s West Deptford (Gloucester County) home two Sundays Read More

Update: 2A activists return to Sweeney’s house and visit Weinberg’s office, too

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Second Amendment activists were back at Steve Sweeney’s home for the second weekend in a row, Save Jerseyans, laying blame for the tragic death of Carol Bowne at the feet of the Senate President Read More