NJ2AS Catches Sayreville police denying all gun-permitting rights to citizens
Recently, we’ve had several tips from our members about the Sayreville police department outright refusing to process gun permits. Their Facebook page, phone messages, and police department lobby all have messaging declaring the firearm department is closed until further notice. Watch to find out the full story. https://youtu.be/NDupIkHelg8
Following 2nd Lawsuit, NJ2AS Will Hold Weekly Livestream Thursday April 30th at 8:30pm
Join Alex “Alejandro” Roubian and Daniel Francisco for another LIVE discussion on the latest events in the New Jersey second amendment landscape. We will publish the link to the NJ2AS Youtube stream immediately prior to the broadcast. Please check back to this page and our social media for the latest update prior to the 8:30pm […]
NJ2AS and Roubian file federal lawsuit against Gov. Murphy
Albert J. Rescinio, Esq.Law Offices of Albert J. Rescinio, L.L.C.1500 Allaire Avenue, Suite 101Ocean, NJ 07712732-531-2005 phone firstname.lastname@example.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 04/29/2020 Trenton, NJ The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) and Alex “Alejandro” Roubian have formally filed a lawsuit against Governor Murphy on Tuesday, April 28th, 2020. Copies of the complaint and related documents […]
Another NJ2AS Success story – Thank you Englishtown Police, Council, and Mayor for Supporting the Second Amendment!
We recently paid a visit to Englishtown’s borough council meeting and brought to their attention some concerns from local residents. We’re very happy to report that the Mayor, Council, and Police Chief are friends of the 2nd Amendment and committed as a borough to comply with NJ state statutes with no additional requirements for firearm applicants. Enjoy our dialogue with the council – we hope that many other townships and cities throughout NJ can hold themselves to the standards of Englishtown. Once again we want to thank the Mayor, council, and chief Cooke for addressing this serious matter with the respect it deserves.
Second Amendment “Super Friday” at the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court announced its decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. City of New York, No. 18-280, earlier today. As foreshadowed at oral argument, the Court found that the City’s post-petition rule change rendered the matter moot. Justice Kavanaugh filed a concurring opinion, and Justice Alito dissented. These two opinions provide […]
NJ2AS will hold its first Q&A QUARANTINE LIVESTREAM
NJ2AS will hold its first Q&A QUARANTINE LIVE-STREAM on Thursday, April 23rd at 8:30pm. We welcome all supporters or antagonists to join us as we field questions live from the audience. You can tune in by clicking below or by visiting our YouTube channel directly by clicking here.
VIDEO: Callahan’s State Police Mocks Gun Owners During 10,000 Gun Application Backlog
In the video, we get an indicative picture of the unprecedented firearm demand. Never forget; if you’re looking for an abortion or for increased welfare benefits, our state-funded social service and healthcare hotlines are fully-staffed and ready to refer you to “essential” service centers for those selective needs. However, when it comes to lawful firearm […]
VIDEO: First They Took The Guns, Then Denied Our Speech
Sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction. The government over-reach in the last two months is quickly reading like best-selling dystopian novels foreshadowing our current times. As New Jerseyans continue to be systematically denied access to firearms for self-protection, Governor Murphy has singularly and intentionally used his monopoly of violent force to silence the voices […]
Endless Resources for Entitlements, but NO GUNS for CITIZEN SLAVES
“Never let a good crisis go to waste.” Fortunately, this menacing line can work both ways. Thousands of New Jersey citizens are discovering for the first time the pains of being a lawful gun owner in our state. While the Governor, AG, and State Police have conspired to destroy the 2nd amendment during the height […]
New Jersey’s top cop: Second Amendment not essential!
Under Governor Murphy’s executive order Colonel Patrick Callahan has the authority to reopen gun stores and ranges so citizens have the ability to protect themselves and learn firearm safety, while also respecting social distancing and health guidelines from State and Federal officials. The same exact way Colonel Callahan guided liquor stores, marijuana dispensaries, and home […]