Month: June 2019

2AWNY Prepares for Legal Action in Wake of Buffalo School Board Vote

2AWNY Press Conference Ahead of Buffalo School Board Wingo Vote Confirmation actively sought from Wingo, Piwko that they will participate as plaintiffs in Second Amendment lawsuit against Buffalo School Board June 20, 2019 – BUFFALO, N.Y. – Completely caving to the type of rampant hoplophobia that is the hallmark of New York State progressives, six […]

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Local Support Grows for 2AWNY.COM Second Amendment Lawsuit Against Buffalo School Board

Thousands from the WNY military veteran, law enforcement, Second Amendment civil rights, and Libertarian communities stand behind Ulysees Wingo, Jerome Piwko June 11, 2019 – BUFFALO, N.Y. – Just five days after announcing preparations to sue the Buffalo School Board on Second Amendment grounds, groups representing more than 3,360 concerned Western New Yorkers are voicing […]

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Mayor Brown’s ‘Gun Violence’ Press Conference Will be an Exercise in Deception and Ignorance

Grandstanding today at City Hall, Byron Brown will ignore gun control’s spectacular failure across Buffalo while pandering to Bloomberg-backed interest groups June 7, 2019 – BUFFALO, N.Y. – According to Brady Campaign and Everytown-aligned New Yorkers Against Gun Violence (NYAGV), Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown is scheduled to hold a press conference today at City Hall […]

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2AWNY Prepares to Sue Buffalo School Board on Second Amendment Grounds

School Board’s abuse of Ulysees Wingo for exercise of a core constitutional right will not be tolerated June 6, 2019 – BUFFALO, N.Y. – On Tuesday, May 14, 2019, Buffalo Common Council member Ulysees O. Wingo entered Riverside High School to attend the announcement of a new college scholarship. A concealed carry permit holder, Wingo […]

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2AWNY Remembers the Estimated 10,000 Victims Massacred at Tiananmen Square

On 30th anniversary of mass killing by Chinese government forces, New York State encourages a similar event in the U.S. June 4, 2019 – BUFFALO, N.Y. – Thirty years ago today, on Sunday, June 4, 1989, an estimated 10,000 unarmed pro-democracy protesters were mercilessly shot and brutally run over in and around Beijing’s Tiananmen Square. […]

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NYS Senate Attempting to Derail SCOTUS Review of Case Impacting All NY Gun Owners

The upper house of the state legislature is poised to make a change to the penal law this week in hopes of blocking U.S. Supreme Court review of NYSRPA v. NYC June 3, 2019 – BATAVIA, N.Y. – On April 29, 2019, the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) rejected New York City Assistant Corporation Counsel Richard […]

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