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

4 Responses to “Good”

  1. J T Bolt Says:

    What about gun laws in states other than New Jersey?

  2. Shawn Says:

    SCOTUS will not hear it. Thatís the issue. SCOTUS will
    NEVER rule on any large 2nd amendment cases ever again. Even if it involves banning gun ownership. When states enact sweeping bans they donít hear it. When states confiscate guns they wonít hear it. When there is door to door confiscation they wonít hear it. When gun owners are sent to extermination camps they wonít hear it. When the next democrat is president bans gun ownership and combining all of what I just said and starts to deploy nuclear weapon and exterminates 1/3rd of the United States population they might hear it only to side with the government.

  3. ExpatNJ Says:

    The website quoted is “savejersey ‘dot’ com”.

    Unfortunately, that state is beyond saving at this point. Unless one is a millionaire, it is financially impossible to retire there. Property Taxes and Vehicle Insurance are the highest in the US. Regulations are strangling businesses and homeowners. The Police State is one of the most oppressive, with State Troopers uniforms patterned after Nazi officers (check it for yourself if you don’t believe me).

    Most political activists have either retired or died (or were secretly assassinated, which I wouldn’t put past the politicians there). And, most gun owners have already left for truly greener pastures.

    I know Evan personally. If anybody can do or coordinate something to change the situation, it will be him, and those he partners with. But, if he can’t, then I wish I had my hands on those two little brass keys with missiles targeted at Trenton.

  4. Will Says:

    A significant portion of the towns and cities funding is speeding tickets by the State Police. Back in Jan ’05, they stopped writing tickets over a dispute about “profiling”, and by mid-year, the newspapers(!) were reporting most all the communities were going bankrupt.

    The normal result of accidents and fatalities going down when it becomes obvious that the police aren’t writing speeding tickets was also reported.

    They went back to “normal” when ticketing resumed. REMEMBER THAT.

    The government’s own data collection shows that cops writing tickets is hazardous to the public welfare, and has been tracked as long as records have been kept on accident rates.

    Highest concentration of police radar in the nation. “No-fault” vehicle insurance, with very few insurance companies allowed/willing to write there.