Tag: rights

CRAZY TOWN: This N.J. legislator wants to give your pet the right to an attorney

TRENTON, N.J. — The Sixth Amendment affords the right to an attorney. To humans. One New Jersey Democrat legislator believes that right should extend to mankind’s furry friends. This week, Assemblywoman Annette Quijano introduced legislation (A-4840) which, if adopted, would permit courts to appoint Read More

I Went to the March for Our Lives Protest. Here Are My 7 Takeaways.

Tens of thousands of protesters—and maybe more—gathered in Washington, D.C., and around the country Saturday to protest in favor of gun control. The demonstrations, called the March for Our Lives, featured children calling for an end to gun violence and Read More

BIG HOUSE VOTING BOXES? N.J. Democrats Demand Voting Rights For Incarcerated Pedophiles, Murderers

By The Staff _ On the same day that New Jersey Democrat legislators killed a legislative amendment to stiffen voter fraud penalties, lawmakers began a new push to afford voting rights to approximately 100,000 New Jerseyans who are either imprisoned Read More

Gun Control vs. 911: Government Has No Legal Duty to Protect Any Particular Individual

By Joe Sinagra _ “Gun control is one of the best examples of laws that corner private citizens—forcing them either to put themselves into danger or to be a lawbreaker.” ~ James Bovard (Mazel Freedom Press, 1999 Introduction to ‘Dial Read More

E-MAIL TO THE EDITOR: Rep. Smith, Congress must support Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act

To the Editor, and to U.S. Rep. Chris Smith (R, NJ-04): As a professional Merchant Marine Officer living in New Jersey, I spend a good deal of time traveling. I may go throughout New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine, some of Read More

Almost 2 Years After Christie Pardoned Him, Former N.J. Man Finally On Track for Dream Job

Steffon Lamont Josey was on track to become a North Brunswick police officer when New Jersey’s wacky gun laws derailed his dream, Save Jerseyans. You may recall that Josey worked as a New Jersey security guard who accidentally left a LEGAL firearm – emphasis Read More