Month: April 2019

First Conviction Prosecuted Under SAFE Act Overturned by NYS Supreme Court

Five-judge panel finds disgraced former AG Eric Schneiderman failed to demonstrate authority to prosecute the state’s first ever SAFE Act case April 26, 2019 | BUFFALO, N.Y. – The New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Fourth Department issued a crushing rebuke today to Albany’s far-left progressives seeking to legislate Second Amendment civil rights out […]

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SUNY Geneseo Professor Uses Columbine Anniversary to Peddle Mass Gun Confiscation

Data Cited by the Professor Makes a Flimsy Argument for Scrapping the Second Amendment April 19, 2019 | BUFFALO, N.Y. – April 20, 2019 marks the 20th anniversary of the Columbine High School mass killing. Therefore, remembering victims of the tragedy, assessing the efficacy of school defense and emergency response procedures, and pondering societal shifts […]

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NYC Attempts to Sidestep U.S. Supreme Court Review by Rendering its Firearms Transport Rule Moot

Invoking the ‘Voluntary Cessation’ exception to the ‘Mootness Doctrine’ will allow SCOTUS review of NYSRPA v. NYC to proceed April 18, 2019 | BUFFALO, N.Y. – On April 12, 2019, New York City Assistant Corporation Counsel Richard Dearing submitted a motion to U.S. Supreme Court Clerk Scott Harris “to request that the Court stay the […]

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Erie County Executive’s Security Detail Demonstrates Second Amendment Civil Rights Disparity Between Privileged NY Politician and Average Citizen

Poloncarz claims threat to life, immediately receives taxpayer-funded personal protection. Average citizen claims same, is forced to beg a judge for permission to exercise fundamental right to self-defense. April 3, 2019 | BUFFALO, N.Y. –The Buffalo News reported Tuesday that Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz is traveling to scheduled events with a personal security detail […]

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Last Week’s U.S. Senate Hearing Confirmed Red Flag Laws are the 2A Rights Killer we Suspected

The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee held an almost 2.5-hour red flag law hearing on March 26, 2019 April 1, 2019 | BUFFALO, N.Y. –The primary thrust of the ‘Red Flag Laws: Examining Guidelines for State Action’ hearing, as outlined by Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) after conceding that passing a federal red flag provision is likely […]

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