Lawmakers question NYS anti-corruption commission | www.WHEC.com
"There are a lot of problems with the Governor's commission. Number one, they don't have a public budget. But more importantly, if you look at the members of the commission, they are all products of the culture of corruption in...
House Oversight Rules That Lois Lerner Waived 5th Amendment Protection | The D.C. Clothesline
The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee passed a resolution Friday finding that senior IRS official Lois Lerner waived her Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate herself at a hearing last...
Concerning Draft Resolution #0154 - Opposing the NY SAFE Act
If you were planning to attend the Ulster County Law Enforcement & Public Safety Committee meeting tomorrow, they have changed the venue.
I believe it is because they are expecting a larger than usual crowd.
The meeting is Tuesday Feb...
I was not exactly sure where to post this so if it is not in the right section can a move it please.
Here is the 2 letters he mentions and talks about in his video...
Bills need to get past their respective committees before going to the floor for a vote. If they die in committee, they don't get voted on.
Most of the gun control bills in the Senate have been referred to the Codes committee:
Here's who we need to be writing too.
My first post.....
Joined the NRA yesterday. Made about 15 phone calls and around 20 emails over the past couple of days. More to follow.
Just found the following statement released today 1/7/2013 for the NYS gun legislation committee. These people need to be contacted.
I also donated to...
Requires employees of dealers in firearms and gunsmiths to submit to a criminal background check
This proposal would require that all employees of a gunsmith or dealer in firearms
submit to a background check in the form of a National Instant Check System (NICS)
check. This would entail the...
Sotomayor Voted Out of Senate Judiciary Committee
By a vote of 13-6, Judge Sonia Sotomayor's nomination to become an Associate Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court was voted out of the Senate Judiciary committee on Tuesday, July 28.
Senate Judiciary Committee to vote Tuesday on Sotomayor; Gun rights an issue
Yesterday, Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., announced that he will vote against Sotomayor, saying her speeches and writings indicate "dramatic expressions of an activist view of judging," the Associated Press reports.
NRA-ILA: NRA Sends Letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Expressing Strong Concerns Over Sotomayor's Record on the Second Amendment
NRA Sends Letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Expressing Strong Concerns Over Sotomayor's Record on the Second Amendment
NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox...
Louisiana Senate Committee Strikes Down Anti-Gun Resolution!
On Tuesday, June 16, the Senate Judiciary B Committee defeated House Concurrent Resolution 150. This resolution, sponsored by anti-gun State Representative Cedric L. Richmond (D-101), officially urged the New Orleans City Council to...
Arizona: Senate Judiciary Committee to Hear Two Pro-Gun Bills!
On Monday June 8th two very important pro-gun bills head to the Senate Judiciary Committee. It is vital that we communicate and respectfully express our desired support of these two bills.
Senate Bill 1243, sponsored by State...
NRA-ILA: New York: Micro-Stamping Bill To Be Heard In Senate Codes Committee Tomorrow!
New York: Micro-Stamping Bill To Be Heard In Senate Codes Committee Tomorrow!
Micro-Stamping Bill To Be Heard In Senate Codes Committee Tomorrow!