This sudden declaration of war on gun-related crime comes at a time when Cuomo is “facing multiple probes tied to sexual harassment allegations and the cover-up of nursing home deaths from COVID-19.
The released, violent, dangerous, repeat criminal offenders are, to a person, the protected, core-constituents of today’s Democrat/Communist Party.
An angry confrontation between police and a deli customer with a large knife, ends with two officers shooting the customer 23 seconds after he was disarmed.
New York City is a laboratory where all the experiments the gun-grabbers demand imposing on a national scale are shown to have failed.
The Supreme Court punts on the New York Rifle & Pistol Second Amendment case. Kavanaugh reluctantly signs on with the majority.
John Crudele wrote a column disparaging an ad of guns for Christmas. John does not know much about guns, but he knows what he dislikes. Perhaps he can broaden his horizons.
Now, it seems, that New York City gun banner’s day of reckoning may be nigh, as the high court has scheduled the case for argument on Dec. 2 2019.
The defendant, New York City’s about-face is unabashedly motivated by a desire to deprive the Supreme Court of jurisdiction to review the defendant’s unconstitutional actions.
A police officer for the NYC Department of Environmental Protection was arrested and charged for manufacturing guns and selling them to prohibited people.
What we can guardedly expect here is a recognition that the Second Amendment isn’t only for the home—in other words, “bear” is in the text, and we may finally see that part to be treated seriously.
Knife Rights is going forward with an appeal to the Supreme Court of the United States of the Second Circuit’s decision in favor of New York City and District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr.
The New York City Police Department recently awarded Speer with a long-term contract for its 124-grain, 9mm Luger +P Gold Dot Duty ammunition.
I have lived in New York state my whole life, and despite New York City being a small part of the state, the politics there influence the whole state.
Government agents wield more power than they can use responsibly. Until we restore the doctrine that power flows from the people to the government and not the other way around, no right is safe.
The Second Amendment Foundation condemned the hypocrisy of anti-gunners for remaining silent because the suspect did not use a firearm to create mayhem.
Cuomo once again turned his back on the large coalition of organizations, many part of his own constituency, which supported the bill.
The reply brief is Plaintiffs’ response to the outrageously misleading briefs submitted by the Defendants.
The Defendants have filed their appeal briefs in our federal civil rights lawsuit against Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. and the City of New York.
The department that issues these permits has been fraught with scandal. Several higher-ups have been indicted for accepting bribes [to issue ccw permits].
Knife Rights’ New York Gravity Knife Law Reform Bill passed the Senate by a unanimous 62-0 vote. The bill is now ready to be transmitted to Governor Cuomo.