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It’s Nerf or Nothin’

NYSRPA - 1 hour 23 min ago

Every year around this time a bunch of nanny-state busybodies try to suck the joy out of the holidays by releasing a list of toys they believe should not be sold to children.

This year is no exception:

“The Empire State Consumer Project has written a letter to the Hasbro board of directors, calling for them to remove assault-style toy weapons from their product line … The Nerf Ultra One and other nerf machine guns are the target of a letter from the Empire State Consumer Project. Director Carol Chittenden says the toys set a bad example for children. “It’s a matter of this being a very vulnerable consumer group. Children buy what they see and we’re not sure this is driven by market demand for assault weapon toys by children or the industry creating the demand,” said Carol Chittenden, director of the Empire State Consumer Project …”

The Nerf Ultra One looks kinda like a Pancor Jackhammer with a 25 round drum mag.  It’s fucking awesome.

“… Mary Lagana has seen the Hasbro commercial and agrees it is misleading. “It’s a little family sitting around looking at gifts and then grandma comes through and she has one of these big weapon kinds of things,” said Mary Lou Lagana, a Fairport resident … other shoppers think nerf guns like the nerf ultra one are too violent for children. “Actually kinda shocking to see that whole kinda round of bullets like on the gun itself. I would definitely not buy it wouldn’t recommend it. I think there are so many other toys and images that we could be introducing our kids to,” said Lisa Lagana, a Rochester resident. “There’s too much violence in our world, especially gun violence in the United States. So it’s not a good thing to set a precedent when your a kid of a gun like that,” said Debbie Cutter, a Canadaguia resident …”

I pity any small children who are related to these women.  They’re getting itchy socks for Christmas.

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No chance

NYSRPA - 1 hour 51 min ago

At least four incumbent Republican State Senators have announced plans either not to run for re-election or run for a different office next year creating multiple open seats. They would not be doing this if they believed they had a shot at retaking the majority after the ’20 elections.

This is why gun owners must be involved with Democrat party politics. It’s either do that or be totally frozen out the legislative process in Albany.

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Attorneys in Gun Rights Supreme Court Case

NYSRPA - 7 December 2019 - 12:20pm

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Bloomberg announces his gun control agenda

NYSRPA - 5 December 2019 - 3:57pm

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Mom Mimi running for Westchester D.A.

NYSRPA - 4 December 2019 - 2:12pm

The Journal News reports:

MSNBC legal analyst Mimi Rocah will announce she’s running for Westchester County district attorney today, looking to unseat incumbent Anthony Scarpino in a 2020 Democratic Party primary. Rocah, a 49-year-old Scarsdale resident, said she decided to get involved because of the “hateful policies” and “attacks on the rule of law” by President Donald Trump and U.S. Attorney General William Barr … Rocah is also a Distinguished Criminal Justice Fellow at Pace Law School and volunteers with the gun-control activist group Moms Demand Action and My Sister’s Place, which assists victims of domestic violence and human trafficking …”

She gave a talk at Pace back in 2017 on gun control, “Gun Regulation in an Era of Mass Shootings” with a follow-up, “Let’s Keep the Conversation About Gun Control Going.”

Her Twitter feed features a picture of her in a Moms t-shirt and she is not shy about expressing her opinions on the issue:

Every elected official who does nothing to advance common sense gun laws should have to watch this over and over again. https://t.co/Ap0Dp0E44v

— Mimi Rocah (@Mimirocah1) November 9, 2018

With low turnout in the primary she has a realistic shot at unseating the incumbent next year.

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SCOTUS hearing

NYSRPA - 3 December 2019 - 11:25am

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments yesterday in the case of NYSRPA v. City of New York.

Here is the transcript.

This is what I believe the court will do:

On the question of mootness, I believe they will agree with plaintiffs that the case isn’t.  After all, if the case were dropped nothing would prevent the legislature from changing the law back to the way it was before.

On the case itself, I believe they will issue a narrow ruling rule in favor of the plaintiffs, either 5-4 or 5-3 if RBG takes a dirt nap, and it will come near the end of the session next June. It will be something along the lines of you can transport your legal firearms from point A to point B.

On the level of scrutiny, the decision will not address the issue, although Justices Thomas, Gorsuch and Alito may go to town on it in their written opinions.

As for both the clown council and state legislature they simply don’t care.  Albany politicians have made it clear they intend to move forward with even more gun control when the legislature returns to session next month.  If any law is struck down as unconstitutional they will simply rewrite it to do the same thing as before.

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SCOTUS could take gun legislation ‘off the table’

NYSRPA - 2 December 2019 - 5:20pm

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Newsbits

NYSRPA - 2 December 2019 - 7:25am
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Gun bills enacted without de Blasio’s signature

NYSRPA - 27 November 2019 - 7:21pm

INT 1548-2019, Amends the administrative code of the City of New York, in relation to reporting on the seizure of three-dimensional printed guns and ghost guns, or any piece or part thereof, and INT 1553-2019, Amends the administrative code of the City of New York, in relation to prohibiting unfinished frames or receivers, became law last week by default when Mayor de Blasio neither signed nor vetoed them.

I doubt he really cares much about gun control or any other issue he cannot exploit for personal political gain.

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A-8770 introduced

NYSRPA - 27 November 2019 - 11:10am

A companion has been introduced to Senator Gaughran’s liability bill S-6803.

A-8770 was introduced on Monday to Assembly Judiciary by Charles Lavine.

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Problems back home for Lentol

NYSRPA - 26 November 2019 - 1:42pm

Following up my previous post on Assemblyman Lentol having a primary opponent comes this announcement from his opponent:

BIG NEWS We're thrilled to announce that last night our campaign received the endorsement of @BKYoungDems!

BYD engages, educates, and empowers young people across the borough. We're so excited to win alongside them. Join us: https://t.co/x4qhlZjZLb pic.twitter.com/rPYIk1oI4i

— Emily for Assembly (@em4assembly) November 22, 2019

This is a sign Joe has problems back home.

As I originally stated, Gallagher’s position on 2A is irrelevant. The only way to remove a hostile Democrat in the City is in a party primary where turnout is low. 2A advocates should vote for her in the primary.

As Codes Chair Lentol has shepherded most of the gun control legislation through the Assembly. Kings County Politics reminds us why he needs to go:

“Assembly Member Joseph R. Lentol (D-Greenpoint, Williamsburg) yesterday reminded constituents that beginning today, Nov. 26, the state ban on the possession, manufacture, transport, shipment and sale of rapid-fire modifications like bump stocks and trigger cranks goes into effect (Ch. 130 of 2019). These devices turn firearms into military-style assault weapons and make it possible for shooters to slay numerous people in the blink of an eye. They have no place in New York. “This law is just one of many gun safety measures I helped pass this year. New York also created a ‘red flag’ extreme risk protection order, strengthened background checks, banned undetectable guns and required safe storage of firearms, rifles and shotguns (Ch. 19, 242, 129, 134 and 135 of 2019). Last year, we made the Domestic Violence Escalation Prevention Act law, prohibiting an individual who has been convicted of a domestic violence crime from purchasing or possessing a firearm (Ch. 60 of 2018),” said Lentol. “New Yorkers shouldn’t have to worry about losing their lives to gun violence while doing everyday things. The New York State Assembly has taken action to help prevent these tragedies, but there is still more to do. I’ll continue fighting to keep guns out of the wrong hands and protect New Yorkers from senseless acts of violence,” he added.”

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Bloomberg’s past support of Pete King backfires

NYSRPA - 26 November 2019 - 10:45am

Mother Jones writes:

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg officially entered the 2020 Democratic race Sunday with a potent asset: The vast trove of email addresses amassed by Moms Demand Action, the nonpartisan gun control advocacy organization hosted under the umbrella of Everytown for Gun Safety, which Bloomberg co-founded and largely finances. The leaders of Moms Demand Action state chapters and local groups received the news from Aimee Tavares, a senior national organizing director for the group, who sent an email roughly three and a half hours after news broke that Bloomberg would formally announce his candidacy. “Given his unique role in launching Everytown, his leadership in advancing the cause of gun safety, and the significant investments he’s made in helping to grow our movement, Mayor Bloomberg’s campaign is temporarily renting access to our list of supporters so they can communicate his plans for achieving our shared goal of a nation free from gun violence,” Tavares wrote …”

So, how has Duh Maya’s gun control advocacy gone over with the Democrat base?

Not very well:

“Michael Bloomberg’s past efforts to support gun control by endorsing Republicans are already backfiring on his presidential bid in Pennsylvania, highlighting how the party-switching former New York City mayor and multibillionaire media mogul could struggle to win over his new party’s partisans … The resistance to Bloomberg in Pennsylvania exemplifies the broader struggle the Democrat-turned-Republican-turned-Independent-turned-Democrat might face as he campaigns for his new party’s nomination. Bloomberg has a long history of backing and funding candidates in both parties, including supporting politicians whom the Democratic base views as out-and-out villains … In the 2018 election cycle, he backed Rep. Peter King, a Long Island Republican infamous in Democratic circles for his anti-Muslim views and record. King has supported some gun control measures, including his introduction of a 2011 bill … that would have barred people from bringing a gun within 1,000 feet of a government official. But King’s decades long career in Congress includes its fair share of votes against tougher gun rules, such as a 1999 effort to close a loophole exempting gun shows from background checks …”

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Wilt to primary Morelle next year

NYSRPA - 25 November 2019 - 1:10pm

Incumbent Congressman Joe Morelle is facing a Democrat primary challenger next year:

Robin Wilt has kicked off her campaign to run again for the 25th Congressional District. That’s the seat now held by Democrat Joe Morelle, who was elected last year to the spot held by the late Louise Slaughter for many years. Wilt ran unsuccessfully for the same congressional seat in a Democratic primary in June of 2018 … When contacted about a possible opponent last summer, Morelle’s office issued a statement saying that he has been, “fighting tirelessly to lower prescription drug prices and protect individuals with pre-existing conditions, safeguard our planet from the devastating effects of climate change, ensure every woman has the right to make her own healthcare decisions, and enact common-sense gun reform like universal background checks.” …”

Morelle has never been a friend of gun owners.  Based upon her position statement Wilt isn’t either:

“Adding to the debate around gun reform in the United States, Robin centers the issue of urban gun violence. Rochester is one of the murder capitals of the country, and we need policies that combat not only mass shootings, but gun violence as a whole. We need to talk about why we as a community have become inured to gun violence when it happens in only some places, to some people. Robin believes we need to also talk about access, not just background checks, as well as the tagging of ammunition—something the gun lobby has fought for decades against. We need to target the illicit transfer of guns, limit accessibility, and hold gun manufacturers accountable for the proliferation of guns.”

How can Rochester be “one of the murder capitals of the world” given that Govenor Cuomo signed his so-called SAFE Act in Rochester back in ’13?

“It is appropriate to sign the NY SAFE Act here in Rochester, where just weeks ago a gunman senselessly murdered two first responders as they responded to a fire in Webster,” Governor Cuomo said. “This new law will limit gun violence through common sense, reasonable reforms that will make New York a safer place to live. When society confronts serious issues, it is the function of government to do something, and the NY SAFE Act will now give New York State the toughest, strongest protections against gun violence in the nation.”

Neither Morelle nor Wilt intend to confront serious issues.

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Newsbits

NYSRPA - 25 November 2019 - 12:36pm

Monday’s Newsbits:

Elections:

Guns:

Jurisprudence:

Legislation:

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Bloomberg seeks Democrat nomination

NYSRPA - 25 November 2019 - 8:54am

Mayor Bloomberg is running for the Democrat nomination for President.

I see no need to cover his stance on the issues as New Yorkers suffered through 12 years of his statist bullshit. He is old, unpleasant and obnoxious. The only thing he brings to the table is money.

Will he be able to buy enough support to secure the nomination?  Consider this:

“A key group of volunteers who Michael Bloomberg is likely counting on to support his newly announced presidential run, and who represent a cause that’s central to his attempt to appeal to Democratic voters, told BuzzFeed News they are uncertain if they’ll support the billionaire in 2020 … BuzzFeed News spoke with 11 Moms Demand and Students Demand Action grassroots volunteers, several of whom lost family members to gun violence, on what they’re planning to do in the 2020 campaign, who they’re backing — and whether they’d support a Bloomberg run. None of them said they’d definitely vote for Bloomberg or that he was their top candidate …”

He spent tens of millions over the years on this phony astroturf and he clearly doesn’t have their loyalty. Hopefully this is a sign of things to come.

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Blake clearly wasn’t at gun control conference

NYSRPA - 21 November 2019 - 5:51pm

Crain’s New York Business reports, “Bronx pol got taxpayer reimbursements for political trips“:

Bronx Assemblyman Michael Blake flies while New York taxpayers buy. A Crain’s analysis of the ambitious state lawmaker’s use of Assembly travel vouchers and per diems—intended to reimburse legislators for the costs of commuting to and rooming in the state capital—as well as of his social media accounts show that for years he has hobnobbed around the state and country with Democratic Party leaders, while letting the public foot his bills … On August 6 of that year, the assemblyman sought $331 in reimbursement to cover a flight from the Bronx to Boston and lodgings for the American State Legislators for Gun Violence Prevention conference, an event scheduled to begin at 1 pm. But Blake’s Instagram shows him two and a half hours away on chic Martha’s Vineyard, attending a Democratic Party fundraiser with Georgia Rep. John Lewis that ran from 10 am until noon …”

Crook.

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Schimminger retires

NYSRPA - 19 November 2019 - 7:40pm

One of the few pro-gun Democrats in Albany Assemblyman Robin Schimminger announced he will not seek re-election next year. He was one of the co-sponsors of the original right-to-carry legislation in Albany back in the ’70s.

He sent me a nice thank you note 15 years ago after I helped beat Gov. Pataki’s plan for statewide renewable pistol licenses.

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Melting snowflakes

NYSRPA - 19 November 2019 - 1:28pm

Being a product of the SUNY system, I am not surprised by this, “Student activists protest tabling event promoting gun rights, criticize UPD for response“:

“Approximately 200 students congregated on the Spine on Thursday afternoon to protest after Binghamton University College Republicans and Turning Point USA (TPUSA), an organization that is not chartered by the SA, tabled in support of gun rights. The tablers held signs that read, “I’m pro-choice. Pick your gun” and “Coexist,” spelled out with rifles and other types of firearms … In a statement released by the College Republicans on Nov. 17, they said they were also promoting an upcoming event sponsored by the Young America’s Foundation (YAF) featuring economist Arthur Laffer. During the protest, which lasted approximately 45 minutes, protesters were heard shouting, “No justice, no peace, no racist police” and “Pack it up,” as well as other chants against both groups’ position …”

What does this chanting have to do either with 2A or free market economics?

“… According to Ryan Yarosh, senior director of media and public relations at BU, Binghamton’s New York State University Police (UPD) were dispatched to the Spine following reports of conversations becoming “loud, aggressive and possibly volatile.” “Police response was appropriate and important to make sure that every student involved in this matter was safe and remained safe,” Yarosh wrote in an email. “The incident ended and the crowd was able to be dispersed without anyone getting injured.” …”

Who was being loud and aggressive? Leftist snowflakes, not the Republicans.

“… After officers began separating the groups, some of the protesters turned their message toward UPD, shouting, “Who are you protecting?” The confrontation between UPD officers and protesters comes days after UPD was criticized for arresting Dheiva Moorthy, vice president of BU Progressives, member of the Frances Beal Society and a sophomore double-majoring in environmental studies and sociology, for tearing down Birthright International advertisements on multiple Off Campus College Transport buses. Birthright International aims to provide a nonjudgmental confidential zone to pregnant women seeking help, according to their website, but students have raised concerns that its advertisements are misleading because it presents pregnancy options with an anti-abortion view …”

Moorthy is so insecure she is unable to stand the mere sight of someone expressing a different point of view.

“… Sam Backner, a junior double-majoring in sociology and philosophy, politics and law, said the police response to the protest highlighted the injustices occurring on BU’s campus by UPD. “This is very much showing me how the police are actively working against people of color and communities of color at this school and protecting racist [President Donald] Trump supporters,” Backner said …”

The most racist thing Trump has done is lower black unemployment.

“… Jennifer Roman, a junior majoring in psychology and vice president of the Latin American Student Union (LASU), said she was not shocked to see the police response, given the discrimination present on BU’s campus. “I feel like [with] the administration and the staff you can tell there’s been a whole history of racism,” Roman said. “I was talking to the cops, and they were telling us to leave as if we were the issue. I feel so emotional. I feel like crying.” …”

Your behavior was the issue.

“… Lacey Kestecher, president of BU’s TPUSA chapter and a freshman majoring in business administration, said protesters were aggressive. “They took our tables,” Kestecher said. “They took our stuff. They were basically ripping it apart, and now we’re just watching everything.” …”

College is supposed to be about learning. Republicans should learn that this is how their opposition reacts and plan accordingly at future events.

“… After the protest, students and community members filled Lecture Hall 9 for “Pigs and Prejudice,” a previously planned event hosted by the Binghamton University College Progressives. Fliers posted around campus publicized a discussion surrounding the increase in the size of the UPD and over policing. The event turned into a student-led discussion on the protest and the reactions of those involved …”

This makes me suspect the outrage against the Republicans and Turning Point was planned ahead of time.

“… The Binghamton University College Democrats released a statement on Nov. 15 requesting the SA suspend the College Republicans for disregarding SA tabling rules and ban TPUSA from tabling in the future. The BU College Republicans also released a statement demanding the University protect their First Amendment rights by taking action against the protesters …”

The college Republicans should respond by requesting the Democrats be suspended for hate speech and attempting to cause a riot.  They should report the protesters under the Red Flag law as well.

As for the protesters, here’s some advice for you:

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