Louisiana authorities deny gun to mourning family
Louisiana family gets run-around from sheriff deputies seized late son’s shotgun, rosaries.
Thousands of New Yorkers rally against Cuomo’s SAFE Act
“When our governor decided to strip away New Yorkers’ rights, we the people moved to reject those policies,” Gottstein said.
St. Tammany gun shakedown
Under current federal scrutiny, a Louisiana sheriff shifts his position after spending years defending two lawsuits that request the return of items seized at the residence of a former deputy. “I’m not surprised that, two days after I was served | Read More »
The state of Obama is ‘nonsensical’
Obama’s speech amounts to huff, puff, and propaganda.
Okyay: Gun loving grassroots in New York
Growing discontent for New York’s latest gun control law creates major resistance from grassroots activists, who are fighting back. “The Second Amendment is the absolute bulwark of the Constitution. It stands between freedom and oppression,” says Carl R. Gottstein, Jr. | Read More »
Empire State gun owners sue to block state’s gun ban
“There are two different cultures in New York State, the New York City culture verses the rest of the state,” he said. “There are a number of people in New York City who are vehemently against guns.”
Gun rights battles marks Empire State’s upstate, downstate divide
While some Republicans in the state legislature put up a good fight against the bill, the downstate Republican coalition operate to protect their power base whether it restricts the rights of law abiding New Yorkers or not, he said.
NYS GOP lawmakers rail against rush gun ban
“Fifty-seven sections of the law were amended. Why are we rushing things?” McLaughlin asked.“It’s like cooking a meal for only half the time needed.”
Gun rights atty: Biden heard us out; No minds were changed
“I do not think anyone’s minds were changed,” Feldman said. “They have their point of view. We have ours.”
Nojay against ‘feel-good’ gun laws that help nobody
“The murderer who killed two volunteer firemen just 20 minutes from my home had previously smashed his own grandmother’s skull in with a hammer, yet here he was living free, without parole supervision,” said. Republican William R. Nojay, who is an attorney and radio show host.