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News2A Team

NJ Suburbs Face Continued Car Theft

With laws that don’t deter car theft and a pro-criminal Attorney General, New Jersey’s suburbs are an easy and frequent target. As we’ve seen, NJ AG Matthew Platkin tends to take it easy on career criminals while vowing to prosecute law-abiding gun owners to the fullest extend of the law.

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Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Second Amendment Case of US v. Rahimi

With six conservative Justices sitting on the high court, 2nd Amendment cases are becoming more and more likely to be granted cert. SCOTUS has just agreed to hear the case of US v. Rahimi. The case centers around the prohibition on firearms possession by people subject to a domestic-violence restraining order.

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NJ Backsteps After Issuing Nation’s Largest Gun Ban

Last summer, weeks prior to the Bruen ruling, New Jersey Governor Philth Murphy signed numerous gun control laws. One of those laws banned commonly and legally owned firearms without serial numbers, such as homemade guns. Since NJ also considers BB/pellet guns as firearms, it even would’ve banned those too. The NJ AG issued guidance to law enforcement at the 11th hour not to apply the law to BB guns and also clarified some other points.

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A Year Since Bruen… What’s Changed?

It’s been one hell of a year since the US Supreme Court’s historic ruling in the case of NYSRPA v. Bruen. We now have 50-state shall-issue concealed carry and unconstitutional gun control laws are falling left and right. However, the left is relentless and they’ve been keeping us on our toes. They’ve also been keeping the court system packed with 2A cases. But post-Bruen, that’s a good thing, isn’t it?

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3rd Circuit Decision Reinstates Most of Carry-Killer Law

In a disappointing, but not entirely unexpected, given who the judges are, decision, the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued a partial stay against Judge Bumb’s recent preliminary injunction in the now-consolidated cases of Koons v. Platkin and Siegel v. Platkin. These cases challenge just about every aspect of New Jersey’s carry killer law that makes most of the Garden State off limits to civilian concealed carry.

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Hunter Biden… What Felony Gun Charges?

Any member of the public would be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law if they were caught lying on ATF Form 4473, the form buyers must fill out when purchasing a firearm. When one is a member of the Biden Crime Syndicate, what do you think happens? Nothing.

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Third Circuit Renders Decision in Range v. Garland

Huge news today in a case that may very well be headed to the US Supreme Court! A Third Circuit Court of Appeals en banc panel just rendered a very important decision regarding gun possession by non-violent felons. Did the Bruen decision just put more guns in the hands of more people?

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Second Amendment Purist Running For Englishtown Mayor

In New Jersey, it’s difficult to find a political candidate that is honest and unforgiving in their beliefs. Most compromise away their values in our corrupt pay-to-play system. Daniel Francisco, President of Blue Star Union, named defendant in FPC case Francisco v. Cooke, and well-known 2nd Amendment advocate, is running to become mayor of Englishtown, NJ. In small town politics, the primary vote is almost always the decisive vote as to what the outcome will be in November. Get out and VOTE!

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