Tag: second amendment

2A Attorney: 70% of N.J. gun laws could go away if SCOTUS takes up this case on May 23rd.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – There’s a major challenge to New Jersey’s gun control regime which could get taken up by the U.S. Supreme Court. A decision will be made on May 23rd.  The Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Club 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

Murphy continues to blame other states for N.J. gun crime. Is that fair? | Rooney

By Matt Rooney _ The anti-Second Amendment administration of Phil Murphy says it wants to stop gun crime. Whether it’s aiming at the right target is a different question altogether. On Wednesday, N.J. Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced that all Read More

Phil Murphy Hates Guns (But He’ll Use Them To Fill His Coffers)

Phil Murphy may hate guns but, in pursuit of his historic New Jersey spending blitz, he’s perfectly happy to make money off of them, Save Jerseyans, proposing a new sales tax on Garden State firearms purchases. Our contributor Katie Cericola of Read More

Self-Defense: 12 Cases Where Law-Abiding Americans With Guns Saved Lives, Prevented Crimes

In the gun control debate that reignited after the Feb. 14 shooting at a Florida high school, much of the mainstream media appears to have joined in calls for stricter laws restricting gun ownership for Americans. … . (The Washington Read More

Menendez: Opposed to ‘Assault’ Weapons (Unless They’re Protecting Him)

By Matt Rooney _ Bob Menendez is NOT a fan of the Second Amendment or certainly so-called “assault” weapons, Save Jerseyans. “These military style weapons and their capacity magazines don’t belong on our streets,” Menendez told reporters earlier this month while Read More