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  1. 4 points
    Best thing the NRA could do is fire LaPierre
  2. 1 point
    My bride just got her FID. Took almost exactly 4 weeks. And thats was with her forgetting to make the finger print appointment. Made the appointment and less then a week later had her permit. If my town can do it, the ones that don't are dragging their feet.
  3. 1 point
    I have an 11 foot StarCraft that my wife wants me to get rid of, you are welcome to it. No leaks that I am aware of, we are off exit 8 on the NJTPK.
  4. 1 point
    The transcript from the trial back in April show LaPierre to be a buffoon. Their gross misuse of funds is comical. https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.txnb.490758/gov.uscourts.txnb.490758.468.2.pdf LaPierre has overstayed his role for too long. The NRA is long overdue for a housecleaning.
  5. 1 point
    Perhaps JB Weld Marine Weld will work...
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    The judge in the NRA's bankruptcy case DISMISSED the case today. They are now in danger of being dissolved as a NY organization. Yes, leftists started the attack, but the NRA has only its own leadership to blame for putting it in the position where it is vulnerable to that attack. https://thereload.com/nra-bankruptcy-dismissed/ From Page 34 of the decision:
  8. 1 point
    Agreed. No election is too small to be ignored. And the primary is coming. Change has to start from the bottom up.
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    Here's a few things . . . Since 1977, no Democrat has been re-elected as governor of New Jersey. Since that same time, every year that the nation puts a Democrat in the White House, NJ puts a Republican in the Governor's Mansion. The polls on Murphy are deeply slanted in his favor. Singh is 35 years old and lives with his parents. He has lost five statewide elections in the last four years. He pulling out Ciattarelli quotes from 2015 to tell us that Ciattarelli didn't support Trump. Back in 2015 I had to stop listening to Glenn Beck because he was so anti-Trump and I had to stop reading National Review because they devoted an entire issue to knocking Trump. Both have since come around and so have many others. All just for your consideration . . .
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    Voted for Singh in the Senate primary last summer, though it ultimately went against him, and have been following him since. He has at least been consistent and he's got my vote in this primary. FWIW.
  12. 1 point
    Heard him today on Breitbart News Saturday. Seemed pretty decent as a candidate. Says he has been and is a big Trump supporter. The others seem like RINOs. We don’t need another Chris Christie.
  13. 1 point
    i Got the same mailing, He seems to be the least damaging at this point
  14. 1 point
    Just received this flyer in the mail today (more like a medium sized poster)
  15. 1 point
    There usually isn't much real activity in the NJ primaries and, in truth, that's the case this year as well. The state GOP has chosen to back Jack Ciattarelli and most ot the assembly and senate seats do have have challengers. The real event is in November. By all means, research the candidates for governor and vote for who you believe to be the best but, in November you need to back the Republican whoever it is. The governor though will have little power without Republicans in the senate and assembly. The states politics needs to be turned upside down this year. We are all hoping for a few SCOTUS decisions to improve 2A rights in the state but we also need to make sure that the legislature will not just pass new laws that we need to fight. Find out who your legislators are today and find out who is challenging them. Get in touch and make sure that they know what your vote will be based on. It's difficult to run a 2A campaign in this state and no matter their personal views most of those running for office are not going to make it a big part of their campaign. That doesn't mean that they are not on your side.
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    Work/life balance is key. Sounds like you have absolutely none right now... Time to make a change.
  18. 0 points
    I am pleased to announce some exciting news about the NRA. The NRA announced it will reorganize the Association as a Texas nonprofit to abandon the corrupt political and regulatory environment in New York. This action will ensure our continued success as the nation’s leading advocate for constitutional freedom. To facilitate the reorganization, the NRA and one of its subsidiaries filed voluntary chapter 11 petitions in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division. As you may know, chapter 11 proceedings are often utilized by businesses, nonprofits and organizations of all kinds to streamline legal and financial affairs. Subject to court approval, the NRA’s new strategic plan involves “dumping New York” and reincorporating the Association in the State of Texas – home to more than 400,000 NRA members and site of the 2021 NRA Annual Meeting being held in Houston. As many of you have observed, New York is no longer a welcome home to our Association, as its leaders have demonstrated their hostility to the constitutional freedoms in which we believe. Our filing today allows us to wisely seek protection from New York officials who illegally weaponized the powers they wield against the NRA and its members. The NRA is not financially insolvent. In fact, this move comes at a time when the NRA is in its strongest financial condition in years. The Association will continue with the forward advancement of the enterprise – confronting anti-Second Amendment activities, promoting firearms safety and training, and advancing public programs across the United States. No immediate changes are expected to the NRA’s operations or workforce. The reorganization aims to help the NRA streamline costs and expenses, organize various litigation matters that involve related facts, and realize other financial and strategic advantages. By exiting New York, the NRA abandons a state where elected officials have weaponized legal and regulatory power to penalize the Association and its members purely for political purposes. The Battle in New York As you will recall, in summer 2018, New York Attorney General candidate Letitia James vowed that, if elected, she would use the powers of her office to investigate the NRA. Without a shred of evidence supporting her claims, James called the Association a “terrorist organization” and a “criminal enterprise.” As promised, she commenced an “investigation” upon being elected to the Office of NYAG and, predictably, filed a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the NRA just prior to the November 2020 national election. In response to the anti-freedom actions of the NYAG, the NRA filed a lawsuit in August 2020 against the NYAG similar to its lawsuit against New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Department of Financial Services, filed in 2018. The NRA pursues the defendants for attempting to “blacklist” the organization and its financial partners in violation of their First Amendment rights. The NRA will continue those legal actions. I firmly believe this strategic plan represents a pathway to opportunity, growth and progress. One important part of the plan is reincorporating in a state that values the contributions of the NRA, celebrates our law-abiding members, and joins us as a partner in upholding constitutional freedom. This is a transformational moment in the history of the NRA. The NRA’s day-to-day business operations will continue uninterrupted. This proven mechanism is a positive for us, allowing our advisors to pursue strategic advantages for the NRA as our leadership team continues to advance our mission. We will continue to promote our Second Amendment advocacy, firearms education and training, and public endeavors. We do not anticipate any measurable impacts to our staffing, public programs or Second Amendment advocacy. We are forming a special committee to study the possibility of relocating key segments of our business operations to Texas or other states. A new committee, under the direction of First Vice President Charles Cotton, will study opportunities for relocating segments of NRA business operations to Texas or other states. We are exploring any option that may work in the best interests of the NRA and its members. In the meantime, the NRA’s general business operations will remain in Fairfax.
  19. 0 points
    He lives in a town the doesn't give a crap about letters. His PD knows N.J. courts have ruled they can take their sweet time on FID applications. The panic gun buying has been going on for a year, obviously at this point excessively lengthy FID delays are deliberate.

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