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.
This is who the NRA really is
The NRA publically defends the Second Amendment to the Constitution; the right of the people to keep and bear arms. Our founding fathers often referred to the Second Amendment as the right that binds all others.
NRA members react to attacks
This is not the first time the NRA has been targeted for destruction, said Linda Walker, from the Buckeye Firearms Association and a member of the association’s board of directors
‘Goods for Guns Program’ not so good
We would have a better chance of reducing fatal injuries of children if we stopped driving our cars and eliminated private pools. The reality is we will never be 100% safe. But common sense safety measures while handling firearms, vehicles, and swimming pools have proven to be effective in reducing injuries.
Mixed gun sales, more federal interference
“Multiple military actions and selling firearms to other countries affects manufacturing and sales,” said Anthony Melé, president of Ami Global Security, an international security consultancy based in Spring Valley, N.Y. A sharp increase in ammunition prices is frustrating sellers.
Suit: Louisiana sheriff kept late son’s seized shotgun, rosary beads
A Louisiana schoolteacher is suing the St. Tammany Parish sheriff for the return of her late son’s shotgun deputies seized more than three years ago. “It was the first gun David ever had. I gave it to him when he was | Read More »
Florida AG Bondi fights against gun rights
Atty. Gen. Pamela Jo “Pam” Bondi and the State of Florida argue that any person is vulnerable to an investigatory stop and a search and seizure because carrying a concealed firearm, in and of itself, is illegal. In addition, having a permit is an affirmative defense, or excuse for a crime, so the stop and search is reasonable.
Louisiana voters choose gun rights
Louisiana is now the only state in the union to enact such a protection for its citizens. For us gun rights supporters, Louisiana’s proposition can be used as a template to further contain the acts of misguided politicians and judges who unfortunately continue to suppress gun rights across the nation, under the false assumption that gun laws keep us safe.
Okyay: Nojay for New York State Assembly
Running for New York State Assembly on both the Republican and Independence lines, Bill Nojay, if elected, has promised to effect positive economic changes in New York State. Nojay is a 55 year old Columbia Law and Business School graduate who understands New York City’s political culture. He also understands what that culture is doing to Upstate New York’s economy.
Okyay: Dieterich for Congress
Too many politicians in Washington are in perpetual ‘solve all the Nation’s problems mode.’ Whether real or imagined, and regardless of the Constitution, they strive for a perfect world when a perfect world does not exist. They seek to control | Read More »