Almost two months into the Covid-19 pandemic, the government of NJ is showing their true colors on how they really feel about the Second Amendment.
The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) and Alex “Alejandro” Roubian have formally filed a lawsuit against Governor Murphy on Tuesday, April 28th
The government over-reach in the last two months is quickly reading like best-selling dystopian novels foreshadowing our current times.
But State Police Colonel Patrick Callahan allows liquor stores, marijuana dispensaries, and home improvement stores to remain open and classified as “essential” despite the Federal Government’s direct
You won’t believe the hypocrisy from the Office of The Governor that has denied every New Jerseyan the right to purchase a firearm for protection.
For the third time, NJ paid our legal fees for another Second Amendment legal victory. This brings the total that New Jersey paid to NJ2AS $230,000 in legal awards.
It appears that several New Jersey laws were broken. The guest speaker possessed several “large-capacity” magazines, unserialized 80% AR15 lower receivers all in violation of current NJ gun laws.
Murphy’s order issue a request to financial institutions that provide services to the Department of Treasury to disclose whether they have adopted code of conduct or related to gun safety…
Despite Jersey City losing a legal battle in 2014 and having the court demand they end their illegal practices, Jersey City Police have continued to use their illegal forms.
The State Police now has 30 days to provide NJ2AS the attachments in unredacted form. We will share them as soon as we receive them.
Help us keep the momentum going. You do two things right now to help us win our next victory for New Jersey firearm owners:
Chief Kunz is brazenly not following New Jersey state law, administration code and guidelines and undermining the Second Amendment freedoms of the people he exists to serve and protect.
No gun owner or New Jerseyan in his or her right mind would or should ever vote for him, let alone send Jeff Van Drew to Congress. Jeff Van Drew should be fired, not promoted.
New Jersey Second Amendment Society is ecstatic to announce a firearm safety & training day for Lacey, NJ students on May 20, 2018. FREE OF CHARGE!
Senator Sacco is the same corrupt Hudson County Democrat that is voting to make so-called justifiable need the law but gave his buddy a no-show security job and concealed carry permit…
Apparently, Chief Dowd and Judge Galis-Menendez really know how to issue CCW permits to mentally unstable people but not the everyday law abiding gun owners of NJ.
We at NJ2AS are asking that if any gun control bill comes across your desk, it guarantees New Jersey citizens the right to concealed carry.
CNN and other mass media organizations are scripting teenagers comments or censoring the youth that don’t agree with their anti-Second Amendment agenda.
Since New Jersey Democrats are essentially running out of ideas for new gun laws that turn law-abiding citizens into incarcerated criminals, they have introduced a new scheme to undermine the 2A..
NJ2AS is inundated with questions from our membership & supporters on who we should vote for in this year’s 2018 NRA Board of Directors election.
Late on, January 12, 2018, Gov. Chris Christie personally made the call to Ryan Watson, Esq. that his client, Meg Fellenbaum, received a pardon.
New Jersey’s draconian gun laws and overzealous prosecutors have once again entrapped an innocent Pennsylvanian woman, Meg Fellenbaum…
Over a year of legal battles, the ban was lifted and NJ residents regained their right to acquire, possess, and carry an electronic self-defense device
The New Jersey Second Amendment Society is already formulating new political strategies and developing citizen action plans to counter the Murphy Administration.
In shocking video Shayna Lopez-Rivas has a message that women in New Jersey need to hear about Phil Murphy, the Democratic nominee for governor…
There is a silver lining to all this. We learned where recently appointed Justice Neil Gorsuch stands on the Second Amendment.
State Senator Loretta Weinberg’s law has had the effect of stopping any technological progress in the area of “smart guns.”
Unlike a number of large restaurant entities Starbucks has chosen to defer to local laws regarding the right to keep and bear arms on their premises…