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gunforhire last won the day on November 26 2020

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  1. 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.
  2. GunForHireRadio #502 Happy New Year fellow peasants and serfs. Here goes another year of over taxation with no representation. The ruling class grows...... https://gunforhire.com/blog/the-gun-for-hire-radio-broadcast-episode-502/ IMG_5524.MOV
  3. Start the year right by supporting those who support you. 270 Pro 2A businesses, products, services, dining, etc. #tipofthespear #supportthosewhosupportyou #quarantinecrawl https://quarantinecrawl.com
  4. H/T Dan Schmutter. I am pleased to announce that we have filed a new lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of New Jersey's highly restrictive handgun carry law under the Second Amendment. The lawsuit, Mazahreh v. Grewal is filed on behalf of three individual plaintiffs, plus the National Rifle Association, the Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs, and the Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners. Last term the Supreme Court denied review of our previous lawsuit Rogers v. Grewal, drawing a scathing dissent from Justices Thomas and Kavanaugh. With a newly constituted Court this term, we hope this lawsuit will pave the way for justice to prevail in New Jersey and throughout the United States under the Second Amendment. https://www.nraila.org/articles/20201201/nra-files-lawsuit-challenging-new-jersey-s-restrictive-concealed-carry-laws https://www.anjrpc.org/page/NewCarryLawsuitFiledbyNRAANJRPCCNJFO
  5. Tomorrow is Black Friday. Stop the corporate welfare. Shop small. Shop local and support those who support you! I did all the work for you. 262 small Pro 2A businesses to choose from. https://quarantinecrawl.com
  6. PS. Robert’s sided with the 3 liberals in this case as expected!
  7. This is what we have been waiting for. Robert’s is now insignificant. From Dan Schmutter. Some hope! Major Supreme Court decision yesterday on an application for an emergency injunction in a First Amendment religious liberty case. This not only bodes well for Second Amendment rights during emergencies, but also shows the kind of difference a Justice Barrett can make. In a 5-4 decision (with Barrett in majority), Court enjoins Cuomo from enforcing highly restrictive capacity rules on houses of worship In NY. Roman Catholic Church v. Cuomo. Majority opinion, as well as concurring options from Gorsuch and Kavanaugh, signal that Court is not willing to abdicate it’s responsibility to protect constitutional rights in emergency conditions. From the opinion: “Members of this Court are not public health experts, and we should respect the judgment of those with special expertise and responsibility in this area. But even in a pandemic, the Constitution cannot be put away and forgotten. The restrictions at issue here, by effectively barring many from attending religious services, strike at the very heart of the First Amendment’s guarantee of religious liberty. Before allowing this to occur, we have a duty to conduct a serious examination of the need for such a drastic measure.” From concurrence by Gorsuch: “Government is not free to disregard the First Amendment in times of crisis. *** Why have some mistaken this Court’s modest decision in Jacobson for a towering authority that overshadows the Constitution during a pandemic? In the end, I can only surmise that much of the answer lies in a particular judicial impulse to stay out of the way in times of crisis. But if that impulse may be understandable or even admirable in other circumstances, we may not shelter in place when the Constitution is under attack. Things never go well when we do.” From concurrence by Kavanaugh: “But judicial deference in an emergency or a crisis does not mean wholesale judicial abdication, especially when important questions of religious discrimination, racial discrimination, free speech, or the like are raised.” This signals a clear willingness not to tolerate arbitrary exercises of power by executives, even in emergencies, exactly when liberty is at greatest risk of suppression.
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