New Jersey –-(Ammoland.com)- REMINDER, DENNIS MALLOY OF NJ101.5 TO ADDRESS THE NJ2AS ON WEDNESDAY JULY 18, 2012
Dennis Malloy is the VERY popular co-host of the NJ101.5 Dennis & Judy show. We are very fortunate to be able to bring this wonderfully talented Media Personality to speak with our members and guests. Those of you who listen to Dennis regularly as I do, know that he is an ardent supporter of the rights of INDIVIDUALS over the mandates of an overreaching government. Of all the New Jersey Media Personalities, it was Dennis Malloy who took up the cause of Brian Aitken and championed the move to get him released from prison. I am truly looking forward to his appearance.
Please tell your family, friends and neighbors about his appearance. REMEMBER this meeting is *FREE* and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! I would like to see as many people as possible at this meeting so that we can thank Dennis PERSONALLY for his role in freeing Brian Aitken. Please preregister so that we have an idea how many people will be attending. A cash bar will be available for members and guests who wish to purchase beverages. Thank you.
THE NJ2AS NON-RESIDENT CCW LICENSING PROCESSING PROGRAM CONTINUES
Those of you interested in obtaining an out of state, non-resident CCW license can have all your processing done by the professionals at Gun For Hire Training Centers. Fingerprinting, photos, notarization, help with the application, etc. will be provided. For cost, prerequisites and other information, please visit our site at www.nj2as.com. Please preregister and prepay for the CCW processing. Thank you.
*** THE CAMPAIGN TO CONVINCE LINDA STENDER TO WITHDRAW A1216 CONTINUES!
PLEASE keep up the pressure on Assemblywoman Linda Stender to withdraw her bill A1216. I realize that I ask a lot of the members, but we need to be seen as a force in New Jersey if we are EVER to accomplish our goal of ELIMINATING the unconstitutional obstacles to our RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS! Now is the time for action. Please email, FAX, write, call and visit Linda Stender’s office. As always, be polite, professional and firm. Here is the relevant contact information:
Assemblywoman Linda Stender (D)
DISTRICT OFFICE ADDRESS:1801 East Second St. 2nd Floor Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
- PHONE NUMBER: (908) 668-1900
- FAX NUMBER: (908) 668-9962
- Email: [email protected]
THE LIST OF TOWNSHIPS AGREEING TO DISCONTINUE USE OF ADDITIONAL FORMS GROWS
As Operation Establish Compliance continues its campaign, we have been able to encourage the following New Jersey towns and municipalities to discontinue the use of their additional forms:
- Egg Harbor Township
- West Long Branch
- Asbury Park
- Long Branch
- Ocean City
OPERATION ESTABLISH COMPLIANCE REMOVES ADDITIONAL FORMS FROM MONMOUTH COUNTY – OCEAN COUNTY IS IN PROGRESS AND WE ARE MOVING ON QUICKLY!
As you can see from the previous paragraph, Operation Establish Compliance is in full swing. It is more important than ever that you inform us of any cities, towns or municipalities that are still requiring any additional forms other than those allowed by the NJ Firearms Statutes – STS-33, SP-66 or SBI-212A. It is our intention to ensure that additional forms are eliminated from every county in our State. The NJ2AS was successful in convincing Long Branch, the last remaining Monmouth County Township to STOP using additional forms. We are well on the way to eliminating these illegal forms from Ocean County with their removal from Ocean City and Pennsville.
We are currently targeting all of Ocean County. Please inform us of any violations in Ocean County and elsewhere by emailing [email protected] Thank you for your continued participation in Operation Establish Compliance.
UPCOMING FUTURE EVENTS
Alison McHose is the assemblywoman for NJ Legislative District 24. Assemblywoman McHose is a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, RKBA and individual liberty and responsibility. She has served in the General Assembly since 2003 and is currently the Deputy Minority Whip. Alison attended the 2008 Republican National Convention as a delegate from New Jersey and has held several leadership positions. She has distinguished herself as on of the most important Conservative Republican leaders in New Jersey. We are honored to have Assemblywoman McHose address our members and guests. Assemblywoman Alison McHose is scheduled to appear at our meeting on Wednesday August 22, 2012 at Gun For Hire Firearms training Center on 75 Rutgers Street in Belleville, NJ.
FIRST ANNUAL NJ2AS BBQ!!!! *** LET’S CELEBRATE ***
Your Society, the New Jersey Second Amendment Society has a *LOT* to CELEBRATE this year. We have worked so hard and achieved so much. Now it is time to develop the third leg of our mission “TO ENGENDER A SPIRIT OF CAMARADERIE AMONG OUR MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES”. What better way than to get together for a BBQ/PARTY?
There will be MUSIC with a DJ – GAMES – PRIZES – FUN and SPECIAL SURPRISES FOR ALL!!!
The Social/Party committee is hard at work preparing for this *FANTASTIC* event. You won’t want to miss it. Please show your support by registering ASAP. Our permit limits us to 100 people. If we see a LARGE response early enough, we can apply for a permit for a higher number.
Come and bring the entire family. Kids under 12 are free. A small donation is requested for adults and children over 12 to help defray the expense.
MORE TO COME – LET US KNOW
We have plans for some other special guests that we are still working on. Please feel free to make suggestions for speakers you would like to see appear at one of our meetings. If anyone has a connection to a speaker who would enhance our mission, please let me know. I am especially interested in finding speakers who are willing to travel to our south jersey meeting location at SJSC in Winslow.
Please consider making a donation to the New Jersey Second Amendment Society so that we can continue to represent you in our fight to restore and preserve the right to keep and bear arms in New Jersey and throughout this great nation.THANK YOU! Frank Jack Fiamingo
President – NJ2AS
New Jersey Second Amendment Society – Our mission is to promote the free exercise of Second Amendment rights within the community and Legislature of New Jersey, to educate the community regarding the enjoyable, safe, and responsible use of firearms, and to engender a sense of camaraderie and fellowship among the members and their families. Visit: www.nj2as.com